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Cover Image UFO Crash at Aztec: A Well Kept Secret is about the alleged crash and recovery of an extra-terrestrial spacecraft at Aztec, New Mexico on May 25, 1948. The book makes the claim that the remains of the craft and 16 deceased alien humans were immediately recovered by a special military team. In the end the book is neither very persuasive nor credible, but it is an interesting addition to the body of crash-retrieval mythology. William Steinman and Wendell Stevens, 612 pages, hardcover. [dpk 10/96] - #aztec {2book} $18.95

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Cover Image The Strange Disappearance of Uncle Dudley is an odd children's book that jumped out at us from the atomic history section of the Otowi Bookstore in Los Alamos. We said, "Really wierd. We have to carry it." We can't think of any child who would want to read this book, which to us is part of its charm. In a few dozen manipulated photographs and a handful of words (36 pages in very large print - seriously overpriced), it is supposed to explain to young children of our post-Disney generation what it was like to live in a "secret city" during WWII. Like today's Area 51, Los Alamos did not officially exist during the war, but wives and children also lived there. Imagine the problems of housing children at Groom Lake: You could keep the workers quiet, but what about a 14-year-old? How does a family explain its "disappearance" to friends and relatives? This book tells the story of "Uncle Dudley", an atomic worker. During the war, he disappeared and went to live in "PO Box 1553, Santa Fe, NM" - the same address where his son was born a little later. That some adult is now trying to explain this oddity to disinterested children suggests that the "secret city" still haunts the author. [gc 11/6/96] - #dudley {1book} $6.98

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