Close Encounters of the Fatal Kind by Nick Redfern (2014)

Nick Redfern is one of the most prolofic writers on the paranormal, and yet somehow always manages to introduce a wealth of new information with every book. Close Encounters of the Fatal Kind; Suspicious Deaths, Mysterious Murders, and Bizarre Disappearances in UFO History is no exception. Nick collects a variety of stories from UFO history, some which seem to reek of government conspiracy, and some that are hard to explain without some paranormal leanings. You have the case of a man literally melting in Brazil, suspicious deaths around Roswell and Maury Island, people with UFO connections disappearing, human mutilations, and so much more. The book is around 200 pages, an easy read, and just packed full of information and connections, some of which you likely had no idea about. Definitely worth the read if you are interested in UFO's, or government experiments on civilians. Disturbing stuff at times!

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