Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Trim: 6½ x 9¼
978-1-5381-1837-5 • Paperback • April 2019 • $15.95 • (£11.99)
978-1-5381-1838-2 • eBook • April 2019 • $15.00 • (£11.99)
John Greenewald, Jr. began researching government conspiracies at the age of 15. For more than two decades, he has turned his popular website, TheBlackVault.com, into one of the internet's premiere resources for officially declassified U.S. Government documents, totaling more than 2,000,000 pages. Greenewald is also a television producer, having helped create a variety of programs for outlets such as the History Channel, National Geographic Channel and the Discovery Channel, and has been a guest on hundreds of radio and television programs throughout the globe.
Chapter 1: Debunking The “Roswell” Explanation
Chapter 2: The “Company Line”
Chapter 3: The Project Blue Book Dilemma
Chapter 4: Investigation or Explanation?
Chapter 5: Inside The Desks of Project Blue Book
Chapter 6: The National Security Threat Begins
Chapter 7: The National Security Threat Deepens
Chapter 8: UFOs Invade the U.S. Military
Chapter 9: The Nuclear Connection
Chapter 10: The Reason for Secrecy
Chapter 11: UFOs and the CIA
Chapter 12: UFO Regulations That Should and Should Not Exist
Chapter 13: Canada Comes Through
Chapter 14: The Greatest Trick of a Magician
Chapter 15: Debunking the Debunkers
John Greenewald is one of the most dedicated UFO investigators on the planet, and he proves it again... with this book. It is a fascinating read!
— George Noory, host, Coast to Coast AM
A long awaited book by John Greenewald, the man who put the 'I' in FOIA.
— Philip Mantle, Publisher at Flying Disk Press
A fascinating account of how a teenage fan of The X-Files became a thorn in the side of the CIA, the NSA and other parts of the US government, using the Freedom of Information Act to uncover some real-life X-Files.
— Nick Pope, UK Ministry of Defence (Ret.)
As a teenager, John Greenewald began a quest to learn as much about UFO as he could by using the FOIA. Today, he hosts The Black Vault, filled with that information. And now, in this book filled with important information and interpretation, we see what he has discovered. This is an important work that should grace every researcher's library, and it is a good read for those interested in UFOs and the government.
— Kevin D. Randle, Lt. Col. USAR (Ret)