The Great Airship of 1897: A Provocative Look at the Most Mysterious Aviation Event in History

* Read * The Great Airship of 1897: A Provocative Look at the Most Mysterious Aviation Event in History by J. Allan Danelek ✓ eBook or Kindle ePUB. The Great Airship of 1897: A Provocative Look at the Most Mysterious Aviation Event in History A few months later, what appeared to be the same craft was seen in the skies over the sparsely populated prairie states of the Midwest making its way methodically eastward and appearing to literally hundreds-if not thousands-of witnesses. Allan Danelek finally presents his provocative theory that the mysterious vessel was a terrestrial craft years ahead of its time that may have been destroyed just as it was on the verge of being publicly acknowledged. In November of 1896 residents of California

The Great Airship of 1897: A Provocative Look at the Most Mysterious Aviation Event in History

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Rating : 4.52 (825 Votes)
Asin : 1935487035
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 182 Pages
Publish Date : 2015-11-20
Language : English

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"Five Stars" according to melomo. very good. Terrence Odgers said The Great Airship of 1897 solved?. I am a prolific reader of almost anything, however, I find that I am particularly attracted to the subject of unconventional flying objects (UFO's) or related matters. Many years ago I came across several books which recounted an episode within the annals of UFO's that touched on the sightings of a mysterious 'Airship' toward the end of Ninteenth Century America, when the public first became aware that something unusual was flying through the night sky in California during 1897.While the sightings caused something of a sensation for that era the description of the 'Airship' by reliable witnesses lef. Citation needed I know a bit about what was called as the "Great Airship Flap of 1896-97". Starting in November there were a string of sightings of a cigar-shaped airship around Sacramento and San Francisco. Then, in the following February, airship sightings began in Nebraska and for the next two months proceeded across the Midwest into Michigan.J. Allan Danelek's "The Great Airship of 1897" presents his "provocative theory" that these airship sightings were, in fact, airship sightings.I know, that doesn't sound too amazing but the general consensus is that such a thing was beyond the technology of the day, could n

Jeff currently resides in Lakewood, Colorado with his wife and two sons. . Author of five books and a frequent guest on numerous radio shows, Jeff's approach to his subject matter is to remain an objective observer while trying to get to the heart of the varied mysteries that surround us. (Jeffrey) Allan Danelek has been writing on the paranormal and Fortean subjects since 2000. About the Author J

A few months later, what appeared to be the same craft was seen in the skies over the sparsely populated prairie states of the Midwest making its way methodically eastward and appearing to literally hundreds-if not thousands-of witnesses. Allan Danelek finally presents his provocative theory that the mysterious vessel was a terrestrial craft years ahead of its time that may have been destroyed just as it was on the verge of being publicly acknowledged. In November of 1896 residents of California watched a mysterious bright light-often described as being suspended beneath a "cigar shaped" craft of considerable size-pass slowly over their cities on several occasions, sparking a media frenzy. Admittedly controversial, the hypothesis leaves it for the reader to decide for themselves whether the history of aviation is complete as we know it or if it's merely

J. Jeff currently resides in Lakewood, Colorado with his wife and two sons. . Author of five books and a frequent guest on numerous radio shows, Jeff's approach to his subject matter is to remain an objective observer while trying to get to the heart of the varied mysteries that surround us. (Jeffrey) Allan Danelek has been writing on the paranormal and Fortean subjects since 2000

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