More Encounters with Star People: Urban American Indians Tell their Stories ペーパーバック – 2016/7/25
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AUTHENTIC STORIES OF ALIEN CONTACT WITH URBAN AMERICAN INDIANS
Following on her bestselling book, Encounters with Star People, which told the stories of those living on the reservation, Ardy Sixkiller Clarke's new book details the UFO stories of American Indians who live off the reservation. One intriguing difference between the two groups: there were more cases of physical evidence presented to back up the testimony of urban American Indians. As with her first book, this volume not only recounts their encounters, but the recounting itself becomes part of the story. A professor emeritus at Montana State University, the author reveals herself as part UFO investigator, part journalist, part therapist, and part friend. The result is a work of great authenticity.
There are many styles of writing to cover this unique subject but, none as well as Ardy Sixkiller Clarke. Because of her specific heritage she has been able to open doors that are locked for most of us. As you might have guessed by her name, she is American Indian (Native American), and has interviewed numerous tribe members both on and off the "Rez."
Her unique style of research and writing is a pleasure to read. Not only does she focus upon the main UFO experiences, but she has a way of introducing those who have suffered such events wherein, you immediately realize that these are normal people, living normal lives, experiencing frightening abnormal event(s).
Ms. Clarke is well versed in the subject, and her numerous stories began to exhibit specific puzzle parts that began falling into place by hundreds of corroborating descriptions of alien craft, abductions, and specific physiological descriptions of humanoid like creatures.
I have now read two of her books and find each one as exciting as the other. I believe this particular book, "More Encounters' with Star People"; Urban Indians who tell their stories" is her best.
Even if, you have no specific interest in the subject of UFO's, or are one of those very skeptic individuals, I would highly recommend you still read her book for great story content...and as far as I am concerned; most if, not all are true stories having affected hundreds of human beings throughout this country and the entire world.
A superb read... Thank you Ardy Clarke!!
Thank you again, Ardy. I really mean that.