Captured: The Betty and Barney Hill UFO Experiencer by Stanton Friedman and Kathleen Marden: The 1961 abduction of Betty and Barney Hill stirred worldwide interest, because of the book The Interrupted Journey (1966), the subsequent media coverage and the 1975 TV movie. The case is mentioned in almost all UFO books. It has also become a target for skeptics and disinformants who have distorted the public's perception of the case. The true and complete story of what happened that day, its effect on the participants, and the findings of investigators has never been told until now. Kathleen (Betty's niece) shares documented evidence found in government files, insight into the Hill's personalities and character, their work with the scientific community, the evaluation of their evidence, and Betty's life after Barney's early death in 1969. This book is not a repeat of "The Interrupted Journey". It contains never before released information.
New!!! Fact, Fiction, and Flying Saucers by Stanton Friedman and Kathleen Marden: Kathleen Marden and Stanton Friedman have combined years of archival research to uncover information in government documents and correspondence files. They have collaborated on this exciting book that lays out the history of government involvement in the investigation of UFOs, their compelling findings, their decision for non-disclosure, and the government agencies, scientists and journalists who were involved in a massive cover-up. They present some of the best evidence cases on record and demonstrate the modus operandi of the disinformants directly from their correspondence archives. They also write about the push for disclosure and the possible ramifications, plus the effort to turn previously held scientific interest in UFOs into "The Great Taboo".
Science Was Wrong by Stanton Friedman and Kathleen Marden: Throughout history it has been difficult, even impossible to promote the acceptance of new discoveries. Yet during the past two centuries there has been an explosion of new cures, techniques, theories and inventions that have revolutionized aviation, space travel, communications, medicine and warfare. Most of them, of course, were deemed impossible. The authors present case after scientific case where the experts made proclamations of impossibility or promoted the wrong side for personal, financial, biased reasons. They were wrong, and sometimes there were social consequences. In the last section of the book they present discoveries on the frontiers of science that are routinely dismissed by the scientific community despite compelling evidence.
The Alien Abduction Files by Kathleen Marden and Denise Stoner: The authors present six cases of alien abduction investigated by Kathleen Marden. Two are case studies of lengthy investigations. One is Kathleen's investigation of the compelling evidence case of Denise and Ed Stoner. This is a case of multiple abductions that have been ongoing since Denise was a child growing up in Connecticut. Denise offers insight into her life as an experiencer, how it has affected her, and the messages she has received. The second case comes to us from New Hampshire and is a multi-generational case of ET contact. Although many of the experiencers had conscious, continuous recall of some of their events, the full story did not emerge until the experiencers underwent hypnosis. Some realized that their experiences were beneficial, whereas others had a different point of view. Kathleen explores the ramifications of experiencing contact with non-human entities, the messages received, the transformation from victim to survivor, and the commonalities that experiencers share.