No matter where you live, you may be under the close scrutiny of mysterious entities that appear in many guises and create all of man's myths and beliefs.
Charles Fort, a writer in the 1920s, concluded that the Earth was "owned" by someone or something. Ivan Sanderson, a famed biologist in the 1960s, said that this planet was a "farm" and that we were the crop. Millions of people around the world have had startling encounters with the "tricksters", such as the Men in Black (MIB), fairies and elves, snallygasters, Mothmen, aliens and "spacemen", and hairy, abominable creatures that all seem to vanish into thin air.
With sharp wit and unique insight, John A. Keel has spent a lifetime investigating and studying these age-old mysterious and the peculiar forces behind them. Many of the reports in Disneyland of the Gods were written originally for Saga Magazine over 40 years ago, but are as fresh today as they were then.
You will find authentic reports on a wide variety of subject matter, and the conclusions Keel draws may shock and frighten you. Are we being invaded from outer space? Are secret government agencies tapping your phone, computer, and mail? Does someone really own the Earth and use it as their own "Disneyland of the Gods?" You'd better find out before your phone goes berserk, your best friend becomes possessed by Bigfoot, and your loved ones vanish, screaming into the darkness....
©1988 John A. Keel (P)2015 New Saucerian Press
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"Did not finish!"
Unfortunately I did not finish this book. The narrator wasn't too bad but I found the story to be very boring. I listened for about 45 minutes and gave up.
"OK, BUT ALL OVER THE PLACE!"
** I was given a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review **This is an ok story, and has a lot of potential, but I was bored at times and the storyline is a little all over the place....You will need to really pay attention on this one..the narration is decent...and like I said it was just ok for me...YMMV
"BRAVO MR. KEEL!!!"
loved it .. his best work ever I'm . truly my favorite of all his work
"A lot of fantastical ideas with no references"
I liked a few sentences in the book. There's a part about how the future controls the past. Cool idea. Then he says something like "the Hindus are highly frustrating because they have answers to every question." Okay that sounded racist or not secular enough to be unbiased. Then when he starts talking about big foot and how it's hard to photograph paranormal activity often times I realized this guy was just regurgitating all the wild ideas he's been exposed to without prejudice or healthy skepticism. Don't get me wrong, there are a very few interesting statements here that anyone can enjoy, but overall, no references and too slow and I listened on x3 speed and that wasn't fast enough. No new ideas or thought provocation.
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