States of Denial by Carl Nally & Dermot Butler
Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, which fly in the face of the laws of physics, intrude upon all aspects of aviation around the globe. These conundrums seem like tangible proof that the cases discussed by the authors, one particular event was instrumental in directing their research into aerial phenomena: the mysterious crash of an Aer Lingus airliner close to Tuskar Rock. The contradictions between the eyewitness statements and the official reports suggested to them that paranormal forces were at work in the fatal incident. Other cases explored indicate that the unexplained is more prevalent than anyone has dared to imagine.
From bizarre displacements of time and space, to unknown aerial craft interfering with nuclear missiles, this book's contents ensure that no one will ever look at the sky in quite the same way again.
Dimensions: H 197 mm, W 128 mm, D 16 mm.