Saturday, August 13, 2016

Roswell in the 21st Century

For those who are interested, the print version is now available at Amazon. You can follow this link to it:

https://www.amazon.com/Roswell-21st-Century-Kevin-Randle/dp/1628155132/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1471105143&sr=8-4&keywords=kevin+randle

For those who are Barnes and Noble fans, here's that link:

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/roswell-in-the-21st-century-kevin-d-randle/1124350999?ean=9781628155136

This is an attempt to look at the Roswell case with dispassionate eyes. I tried to follow the evidence to a logical conclusion. Yes, there is evidence from the testimony of some very reliable witnesses and some nonsense from some who are less than reliable. I try to point out the differences so that we have a solid base of information. Yes, there is some documentation that the true believers will probably ignore but that is something that must be examined. There is new information and there is new analysis of old information. There is something for everyone no matter which side of the debate excites you. The ebook version will be available in ten days to two weeks, or for my pals in the UK and a few other areas, that's about a fortnight.




16 comments:

TheDimov said...

I swore I would never buy another damn Roswell book after the Roswell Slides shenanigans but well, after all Ive looked into the case it will be interesting to see if my thoughts line up with yours Kevin so I will give it a crack. And if all else fails at least I can throw the book down in disgust or against the wall as I read about the whole Roswell Slides saga, it may well be good therapy. : )

Craig McDaniel said...

Joke...

Are you giving discounts for people who follow you on A Different Perspective? LOL

Congrats on your success.

KRandle said...

Craig -

Seems to me that you all ought to buy two books each for all the free stuff I have provided here, not to mention the opportunity for stimulating conversation. And, you ought to get friends and family to buy the book as well...

Brian Bell said...

Kevin, do you intend to use content from your book for open discussion on the blog? I think that would be interesting and valuable.

KRandle said...

All -

The one thing missing in the book is an index. I couldn't make one because I didn't have the final page numbers and the publisher usually has that done. I was thinking on how to fix this and hit on this idea. As soon as I can complete it, I will publish an index here. That way anyone who wants it or needs it will have access to it. I thought about telling anyone who wanted it to send me their snail mail address, but then realized that this was 20th century thinking... access on my blog is the way to go, but it will be a few days before I can complete that task... the book is rather comprehensive.

zoamchomsky said...

"you ought to get friends and family to buy the book as well..."

Thanks, Kevin! That cracked me up.

cda said...

Zoam:

Maybe Kevin is a bit behind the times. After all, Buck Rogers was in the 25th century!

Brice said...

thanks for the info, I'll try do get one via amazon. I think the delievery in France is possible, I have to check it out. Too bad though the table of contents of your books is not available on amazon as it is sometimes, it would have given an interesting overview of the content of your book.

The Cartoonist said...

Hi Kevin,
Why is the book not available on Kindle (on any other reader)?

KRandle said...

The book will be available on Kindle and other readers in the next few days. I'm not sure what the delay is, but that was the answer I got when I asked the question. I suppose they need to change the settings on the manuscript to convert to an ereader and that takes a little time.

The Cartoonist said...

Fab! Many thanks!

TheDimov said...

Got your book Kevin and read it! Firstly congratulations, that's a huge effort right there, a lot of work indeed. Some things that I took from the book as I read :

- there are sadly a lot of liars involved in the Roswell case. So many so that I can see how one could even become jaded after a time, it just never seems to end, one liar after the next.

- I thought of getting Richard Weaver to undertake a lie detector test. Just one question is needed really.

- I found it most interesting you are now leaning towards Roswell event not being extraterrestrial in nature. I understand, there is no evidence, no diary entries and soforth, and yes that has been quite amazing in itself. But I think there are some things that still keep me guessing. I think the Roswell Report is a big and mocking and arrogant that is reeks of a lie by 'telling too much' - way too much. And crucially they removed the one, single most important line of all from the FBI telex. Why was there a need to do that? Also that they took so damn long, if it really was Mogul as they suggest there really would be no need whatsoever to release such a huge volume as they did at all. As I said it seems to be telling too much.
- I think Jesse Marcel jr is someone who needed more space given to him, I think he was a most impressive individual and he did handle the pieces after all. I don't think he can be dismissed just because his father could be dismissed, I actually think that Marcel jr kind of erases some of the possible doubts surrounding his father, he did say the pieces were exotic in nature and I think the fact that he somewhat disagreed with his dad about the 'hieroglyphs' on the I-beams in particular speaks of his integrity.
- its amazing how many people spell Agustin wrong, including researchers like Stan Friedman! : )

Just a few thoughts but again well done Kevin, a very big effort indeed. Now I just have to print that index out and I should be right.

Wayne Patterson said...

Hi Kevin
When is the ebook, I don't buy many paper books anymore, had vertebrae replaced in my neck last year with a steel device, and holding books is sort of rough........

KRandle said...

Wayne -

Funny that you would send this question. Just yesterday, before I received this, I had put the same question to the publisher. He tells me that the book was sent out for conversion to ebook two weeks ago and should be available soon. Thanks for you patience.

The Cartoonist said...

Looking forward to the ebook version!

Wayne Patterson said...

Thanks colonel