In the Night Sky by Linda Zimmermann

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Few people realize that over the past 75 years, New York’s Hudson Valley has registered the third highest number of UFO reports in the country. Intrigued by so many detailed sightings, author Linda Zimmermann interviewed over 100 eyewitnesses who described their amazing experiences for her new book In the Night Sky. Teaming with Big Guy Media, a documentary following Zimmermann's research has also been produced. This compelling book and feature-length documentary examine how these experiences have impacted generations of eyewitnesses and influenced local communities.

"In the Night Sky" contains interviews with witnesses, skeptics, and believers. Zimmermann visited many actual Hudson Valley UFO hotspots, attended a festival devoted to the ET phenomenon, hiked to mysterious stone structures that may be focal points of activity, and even took to the sky in an ultralight aircraft to test the “official” explanation for many of the sightings.

In the Night Sky presents a fresh and intriguing view of startling encounters that have left lasting impressions on many residents of the Hudson Valley.
 

About Linda Zimmermann

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Zimmermann is an author and a former research scientist who also writes and lectures about astronomy and the history of science.
 
Published February 2, 2013 by Eagle Press. 302 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Science & Math, History. Non-fiction

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