Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Book review from Phenomena Magazine


Title:               Russia’s USO Secrets
Author:            Paul Stonehill and Philip Mantle
Publisher:        Richard Dolan Press
ISBN:              9781532898402

This new and timely book from veteran Ufologists Paul Stonehill and Philip Mantle lifts the lid on USO’s from the perspective of sightings made by the Russian navy. USO’s (or unidentified undersea objects) are a genuine enigma, even in the already esoteric culture of Ufology and have been the cause of much debate regarding what they are. Some accounts stemming from former sailors in the Russian navy talk of mysterious glowing patches in the ocean, many of which are explainable by bioluminescent algae and also shoals of small fish that spontaneously glow and flash, sometimes with remarkable brightness. However, when these glowing ‘something’s’ suddenly emerge from the water and become airborne then this simple explanation becomes woefully inadequate. The two authors have gathered a treasury of hitherto unobtainable information from former Soviet crewmen and officers revealing convincing evidence that ‘something’ appears to be present under the oceans of this world. This ‘something’ does not appear to originate on this planet and can only be assumed to be extraterrestrial, unless of course we share our world with an unexpected adjunct to the human race. This book is a must read for anyone interested in one of the often neglected side roads leading for mainstream ufology and is well worth serious study.

Brian Allan
Editor, Phenomena magazine

Russia’s USO Secrets out now on Amazon.

the U.S. in 1972.

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