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by Preston Dennett

ePub UFOs Over Topanga Canyon download
Author:
Preston Dennett
ISBN13:
978-1567182217
ISBN:
1567182216
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Llewellyn Publications; First Edition (stated) edition (May 8, 1999)
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New Age & Spirituality
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In UFO's Over Topanga Canyon, Preston Dennett reveals the history of UFOs and this peaceful valley. The experiences of people range from seeing lights in the sky and alien craft that move in ways no Earthly vehicle could do, to full-on encounters with creatures not of this planet

In UFO's Over Topanga Canyon, Preston Dennett reveals the history of UFOs and this peaceful valley. The experiences of people range from seeing lights in the sky and alien craft that move in ways no Earthly vehicle could do, to full-on encounters with creatures not of this planet. Like the darkest "X-Files," these meetings turn to terror as people are abducted and returned, only to find a section of their lives, an entire period of time, has been wiped out.

About 8,000 people live in rural Topanga Canyon in the Topanga State Park. Topanga Canyon is a quiet community of 8,000, just west of Los Angeles, in the Santa Monica Mountains. The one main street goes through the mountains, and has only one stoplight.

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Topanga Canyon is a quiet community of 8,000, just west of Los Angeles, in the Santa Monica Mountains. Since 1947, Topanga Canyon has been a virtual hotbed of UFO sightings. June 14, 1992, marked the beginning of a UFO wave of gigantic proportions.

Writers of the Future writing. Honestly, I have not even considered submitting to publications outside the WotF contest since I started writing back in 1987. Unfortunately, I didn’t even know about the WotF contest then. Preston, I really loved your story, A Certain Slant of Light, in the Volume 35. Read it last night. It is one of those memorable stories of a ‘feel-good’ nature.

For more than 50 years, strange activity has been going on in the sky over Topanga Canyon. But the night of June 14, 1992 marked the beginning of a UFO wave of gigantic proportions. On that evening, more than 17 different witnesses observed numerous strange craft flying through the canyon.

The Topanga Canyon UFO incidents. I have Preston's book sitting over on my bookshelf. police copters chasing low flying discs through the twisty canyon roads, strange animal sightings, even a case involving an abductee who was told by "visitors" what political party to back. Don't know how much is true, but definitely an entertaining read.

Preston Dennett is an American author on the UFO phenomena concerning various cases throughout the United States. Preston Dennett began investigating UFOs and the paranormal in 1986 when he discovered that his family, friends and co-workers were having dramatic unexplained encounters. Since then, he has interviewed hundreds of witnesses and investigated a wide variety of paranormal phenomena

Topanga is a census-designated place (CDP) in western Los Angeles County, California, United States. Located in the Santa Monica Mountains, the community lies in Topanga Canyon and the surrounding hills. The narrow southern portion of Topanga at the.

Topanga is a census-designated place (CDP) in western Los Angeles County, California, United States. The narrow southern portion of Topanga at the coast is between the city of Malibu and the Los Angeles neighborhood of Pacific Palisades. As of the 2010 census the population of the Topanga CDP was 8,289

Take a quiet community, isolated by mountains from the neighboring Los Angeles megalopolis, add some of the most amazing documented reports of visits of beings and craft not of this Earth, and you get UFO's Over Topanga Canyon by Preston Dennett. Topanga Canyon is a quiet community of 8,000, just west of Los Angeles, in the Santa Monica Mountains. The one main street goes through the mountains, and has only one stoplight. Since 1947, Topanga Canyon has been a virtual hotbed of UFO sightings. June 14, 1992, marked the beginning of a UFO wave of gigantic proportions. Now, for the first time in print, eyewitness accounts of the activity are revealed, including: ·Unexplained lights ·Strange, metallic ships ·Face-to-face alien encounters ·Strange animal sightings ·Abductions of humans by aliens ·Missing time phenomena The author is a field investigator for the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON). He has published numerous books and more than 50 articles on UFOs, and worked with the television programs "Sightings," "National Geographic Explorer," and "Encounters." In UFO's Over Topanga Canyon, you'll read the startling, eye-witness accounts of encounters with the unknown, ranging from odd lights to terrifying abduction experiences.

  • Love Preston Dennett's books. This ones definitely a favorite. I got the chance to visit Topanga Canyon recently and interviewed some of the people that live there. A lot of them remember the UFO flap from the 90's, some claim they still see strange objects over the Canyon. I hope a second book gets released with the latest sightings in Topanga. I truly love that place and can't wait to go back to visit.

  • interesting to know what is still happening

  • This is such an enjoyable book. It's an easy read and yet draws you in to where you really feel excited while reading the experiences of some of the people involved. Preston Dennett is a very good writer. He moves things along. I read another of his books, "UFO's over California", and while good I enjoyed this more........I think because all of the events take place in one location....Topanga Canyon. You get the feeling of the setting.....rural, dark, and a little spooky.

  • I had my doubts about this book the moment I thumbed through it. Like most non-scientific, high-strangeness UFO books, it contains not a single photograph or video still of a craft, alien, landing site, physical trace, or radar return. Nothing. As I started to read, I found my initial supposition to be proven most accurate. Apparently, Topanga Canyon in the '90s remained so totally impervious to modernization that gadgets like cameras and video recorders were not possessed by any of the populace.

    This book is sadly typical of many in the UFO canon. It's got the obligatory contactee couple who claim a variety of UFOs routinely park across the street while the occupants relay strange messages about Ross Perot (hey, it was '92 and maybe the UFO pilots were big Clinton backers) and the usual nonsense about "impending disaster." There are also suggestions that the UFO occupants might have impregnated the woman or at least bestowed upon the baby some kind of "starchild" status, as it is alleged that the baby possesses psychic powers. "Proof" of this absurdity is offered by making yet another preposterous, unsubstantiated claim: that the government intercepted the ultrasound images and vials of amniotic fluid (cue X-Files theme music)

    Of course, the contactee is too dumb to think, "Hey, maybe a picture of this craft would bolster the credibility of my story, as well as bring a tidy sum from basically every news outlet on the entire planet." Nope. The usual nonsense about how they don't want attention, blah, blah, blah. They allegedly come to KNOW when it's going to show up and are STILL too incompetent to get a picture of it. Crap like this is why the legitimate UFO research initiative has had so much trouble gaining traction in the public domain.

    Then there's a couple who witness nearly 200 UFOs over a period of several hours, but apparently don't own a camera or recording device of any sort. Not only that, they make no effort to contact friends or family. Personally, I see 200 glowing orbs performing aerial maneuvers that don't correspond to the laws of known physics, I'm probably going to call a couple of my buddies and tell 'em to look skyward.

    That's the essential flaw of this book as opposed to one like "Night Siege." Virtually none of the stories are corroborated by multiple, independent witnesses. It's always a couple driving down a road deep in the midnight darkness of the canyon. A couple living in a house perched high on the canyon wall. Or four friends out conducting a midnight seance in the park. It's all related by very isolated groups of people. The author routinely throws the word "flap" or "wave" around to describe the sightings, but it's really nothing of the sort. Read about the Hudson Valley sightings in the mid-80s where hundreds of cars stopped along the Taconic Parkway on multiple nights if you want an informed discussion of a true wave of UFO experiences.

  • This is just like UFO's over Calif. A bunch of unsupported "eye witness accounts" of undocumented stuff.. a real disapointment.
    I would not buy this again.

  • Preston Dennett is a great writer and an even better UFOlogist. He offers you eyewitness testimony and lets you draw your own conclusion of what happened to these people. No bias here. No leading the readers' opinion down a winding path littered with contradictions and biased beliefs. He truly allows you to develop your own opinion and this is something we need a hell of a lot more of in UFOlogy.

    The book details a massive UFO wave that took place in Topanga Canyon, California in the early 1990's and some say even continues to this day. The Topanga area is undoubtedly immersed within plenty of bizarre occurences; UFO sightings, abduction reports, strange lights in the skies, poltergeist activities, etc.

    I saw this book in Barnes & Noble's bookstore whilst perusing their metaphysical section with my girlfriend at the time. My eyes caught the title: UFO's Over Topanga Canyon and I knew immediately this would be of interest to me. I have family living in and around Topanga Canyon including a grandmother that literally lives right on the edge of the town, on Mulholland Way. I've been to Topanga Canyon countless times and have experienced bizarre situations my self, so reading this book brought me an overwhelming sense of joy getting to know just what it is that's going on in this little town.

    Preston Dennett is a UFOlogist to consider; he knows the field better than most, has a great talent at presenting the facts as they are and letting you draw your own conclusion, and also happens to be one of the nicest, kindest, most sincere people I've met. I recommend his works to anyone, interested or not. If you are interested in this phenomena, Preston will indeed give you the facts, nothing more, nothing less, and let you decide on your own what is going on. If you've never immersed your self in UFOlogy or the metaphysical, do your self a favor and pick up this or any of Preston Dennett's other works; I guarantee you'll walk away a changed individual.

  • Incredible investigations and so true, I have lived there and it is a hot spot!!!!

  • I've lived in the little town of Topanga since before the time span of this book. When the book came out we bought a copy to add to our Topangiana collection, just for fun.

    As far as I'm concerned, this book is amusing fiction. I had never heard of any of these people, nor had anyone else that I talked to. And I've never heard of any of these kinds of events either ... and having school kids & volunteering in the local school, I have talked to many many people and have friends all over the canyon.