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It is an assertive account, revelatory but also mystifying, of the long-hidden United States weaponry and espionage programs to which she says Area 51 is home.Read Full Review of Area 51: An Uncensored Histor... | See more reviews from NY Times
Unfortunately, Jacobsen then demolishes her own credibility by proposing a novel conspiracy theory—sourced mainly to a nameless engineer, it links the Roswell UFO incident to Soviet-built flying saucers and a grisly hoax cooked up by Stalin...Read Full Review of Area 51: An Uncensored Histor... | See more reviews from Publishers Weekly
Ultimately, Jacobsen presents us with yet another theory, one that feels as questionable as those that preceded it. It's an unfortunate ending to a book that otherwise is an engaging look at the secret world in the Nevada desert.Read Full Review of Area 51: An Uncensored Histor... | See more reviews from LA Times
Then, like a test pilot who pushes her plane too far, she crashes and burns on the grisly tales of an unnamed single source, supposedly an Area 51 engineer and Manhattan Project veteran who leads her on a wild goose chase...Read Full Review of Area 51: An Uncensored Histor...
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