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Product Details

  • Paperback: 124 pages
  • Publisher: Leathers Pub (July 1997)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1890622036
  • ISBN-13: 978-1890622039
  • Product Dimensions: 1.3 x 14.6 x 22.2 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 68 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,730,373 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mulder on March 25 2009
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This book pertains to the Roswell Crash and reveals the actions of the "committee" who worked on the gadgets and craft itself, some of which are outright horrifying. After reading this book you will learn some shocking revelations pertaining to the universe, earth, humanity etc. Not to mention come to the conclusion how helpless humanity is compared to the Aliens for even the committee dedicated to focusing on them has been abducted since childhood. Thankfully the good aliens who contact the committee appear to not have any malevolent interests towards us, but there are aliens among us who the committee begins to sense and the good aliens warn them about who have lost their way.

Its difficult to trust in these types of books since everyone has a different story but this one coincides nicely with Phillip Corso's the day after Roswell and Lou Baldin seems like an honest guy........ this worldview actually makes alot of sense.
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I enjoyed this book as it tells us about extraterrestial craft and a number of its accompanying parts.
He, the author, received the information from papers he was shown by a stranger and never had
any other contact afterwards from this person.

It gives us another insight about what the scientists and other people involved had
to deal with as they inspected the spaceship and its contents!
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A hair raiser,,,if its true and couched as fiction - there really is no other way to present it!
Read it and judge it yourself!
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Amazing revelations about the reality of Human destiny! Jan. 30 1998
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A great book! Baldin takes us down a road of alien intercession and abduction that has never been quite explained in this way. The description of alien technologies, shapes and functions are nothing short of mind boggling! Baldin makes it clear that alien control of human destiny is prompted by the belief that every person on earth is essentially the property of these aliens! A perplexing and frightening thought to say the least. After reading this book, one thought kept going through my mind. "Please let this be fiction!"
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Moving beyond the Belief "Box" stranglehold Jan. 21 2014
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Just may be the dis-informational machine, calling these things "conspiracies" which have deliberately done their job...keep folks ignorant of the "variety and greatness" of whats "out there". When one looks and ponders into the expanse at night, many thoughts enter your mind...let them flow.

Many things are true because you believe them, not that they are valid truths..the biases and expectations and shortcuts we use to get through the life are good examples. When you try to change someone's worldview forcibly, they get a headache. People become defensive in the face of a frontal assault on their worldview. Cunning is far more effective.

Mr. Baldin's experiences are written in a soft way, dribbling information, that just may help break the bondage of the "accepted" beliefs of a few folks. A psychological mind expanding journey, if you will "permit" such an experience to happen to you.

Plenty has already been said in these reviews about "The Day After Roswell," by Col. Philip J. Corso. It expanded on a personal experience I had back in the 70's, and it wasn't till I read his book, that i was able to connect the dots.

Highly recommend Lou's book...even if for a fun Sci-Fi fiction book - better than a movie, IMO. Put yourself into the cockpit and soar! never know, you might have an "Alice in Wonderland" event.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Am I missing something? Aug. 14 2014
By Tara - Published on
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The one big problem I have with this book is how Lou Baldin received this information. He is a construction contractor/home builder, who gets a telephone call from someone he doesn't know, asking Mr. Baldin to have lunch with him. Mr. Baldin agrees, and they meet for lunch. This stranger shows Mr. Baldin some papers. Later, Mr. Baldin does not remember what he and this stranger talked about and he does not remember what was on the papers he was shown. Mr. Baldin never sees or hears from this person again, and then he proceeds to write this book. If this stranger has information he wants out to the public, why doesn't he seek out an author instead of a home builder? Putting that point aside, how could Mr Baldin write about the details in this book when he doesn't even remember what was on the papers or what the stranger said to him?

The rest of the book is a very interesting read. If what he is saying is true, it's no wonder that the UFO mystery needs to stay a mystery. According to this book, the aliens can do whatever they want to us at any time and we have mo way to stop them.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Fiction! or Fact? May 8 2014
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While I will admit to a complete belief in the existence of intelligent life on other planets, and will even admit publicly to having seen UFOs, I have some trouble taking this book as pure fact. If you look at the book as fiction, it is amusing. If you look at the book as fact, well -- let me sell you some land in Louisiana. Or a bridge in Brooklyn.

The book makes for a reasonably enjoyable read, but it is terribly spoiled by its need for some serious editing. Typos, misused words, and grammatical issues made me cringe all through the book. Note to Lou Baldin -- I will gladly read and edit your books for a reasonable price. Any writer comes across as more believable when what he writes is written correctly.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
This book is insane and its story takes you beyond sanity Feb. 13 2013
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I discovered Lou Baldin only a short time ago and have already read nearly every single blog, and book.

Had I known In League with a UFO was really about the downed ET craft in New Mexico at Roswell; I possibly would have given it a pass.

I have read every Roswell book that is out there, to the point of; I have read it all you can tell me nothing new, and I can not read any more speculation on the subject.

I have known for years, books that discuss ETs and describe UFOs in a Star Trek, push a button and watch a computer screen type of 'human' way, are not describing the way it really is.

This book is like reading about Ets and UFOs for the first time.
This book is like reading about the incident/accident/manufactured event(?)for the first time.

I was amazed at the level of detail, and new information............(in fact there is no old information between its covers)..............that I read in the few short hours it took me to read.

As with all of Lou's books and the blogs...................Lou will challenge what you think you know, and if you are lucky, he will leave you considering the integrity you live your life by, and where your soul is with in the Universe.

Lou Baldin's ability to deliver new information with out sensationalism or speculation is possibly why his work is being take so seriously.