UFO Chronicles of the Soviet Union by Jacques Vallee
A Cosmic Samizdat

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Interviews with Soviet scientists, government and military officials, media figures, and one cosmonaut reveal classified information and anecdotes about unexplained phenomena.
 

About Jacques Vallee

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Jacques Vallee is an internationally known UFO researcher.
 
Published February 18, 1992 by Ballantine Books. 212 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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In sit-downs with Soviet researchers, he discussed in detail the Tunguska explosion of 1908 (perhaps caused by destruction of a nuclear-powered craft), the Voronezh incidents, and about 40 other close encounters, and marvelled at the widespread Soviet technique of ``biolocation''--a kind of dowsi...

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Before Gorbachev, the study of UFOs in Russia depended on samizdat dissemination, but with the advent of glasnost, publication of UFO sightings is no longer restricted, according to the author.

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