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Mirage Men on Boing Boing!

A great short write-up from David Pescovitz over at the mighty Boing Boing! I first met my friend Mark Pilkington, the UK journalist and publisher of Strange Attractor Press, a few years ago when he was visiting San Francisco researching a … Continue reading

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Nick Redfern on ‘Mirage Men’

Staffordshire-born Nick Redfern, now a resident of Dallas, Texas is a one-man fortean tornado, producing a shelf-full of books on everything from UFOs to Britain’s own bigfoot. Over many years Nick has done a fantastic job of digging up obscure … Continue reading

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Magonia reviews Mirage Men

I’m honoured by this review by John Rimmer from the world’s most insightful UFO journal, Magonia. When I first began looking seriously at the UFO story in the early 1990s it was Magonia that kept me sane. Drawing, unlike most UFO … Continue reading

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First review! Booklist

Booklist July 1, 2010 Mirage Men: An Adventure into Paranoia, Espionage, Psychological Warfare and UFOs. Pilkington, Mark (Author) Sep 2010. Skyhorse, hardcover,  $22.95. (9781602398009). 001.942. British journalist Pilkington knows how to spin a yarn, and this book should appeal to fans … Continue reading

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