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UFOs: Interplanetary Visitors:
NY,Exposition Press, 1974; Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice-Hall,
1982; NY, Bantam, 1979; San Jose, iUniverse.com, 2001, 365p.
A UFO investigator reports on the facts, fables, and fantasies
of the flying saucer conspiracy. Exciting, fully documented
on-site personal investigations of UFOs for the National Investigations
Committee on Aerial Phenomena and the USAF-contracted University
of Colorado UFO Study.
The Andreasson Affair:
Englewood Cliffs, NJ:Prentice-Hall, 1979, Bantam, 1980, 1988,
[NEW YORK TIMES: “This book, ... if true, must rank
with the great classics of scientific revelation”] The
author was asked by USAF consultant and astronomer, Dr. J.
Allen Hynek to investigate this classic UFO abduction experience.
Betty Andreasson had written Dr. Hynek about the consciously
remembered Intrusion into their house by strange beings concurrent
with a power outage and a beam of light shining in a window
from a field outside. Hypnosis sessions revealed that Betty
was taken from the house, given a medical examination, a "tour"
round the craft and finally to a strange "alien realm".
Excerpts from the hypnosis sessions are absolutely riveting
and Betty, an accomplished artist, provides a step-by-step
visual rendition of her experience. Dr. Hynek, who wrote the
foreword to the book, wrote that: Those who hold that the
entire subject of UFOs is nonsense will be sorely challenged
if they have the courage to take an honest look at the book.
It will also challenge those who consider UFOs solely synonymous
with physical craft that transport flesh-and-blood denizens
from distant solar systems. If this represents an advanced
technology, they it must incorporate the paranormal just as
our own incorporates transistors and computers. Somehow, “they”
have mastered the puzzle of mind over matter.
Casebook of a UFO Investigator:
Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice-Hall, 1981,
238p. (Out of Print).
A sequel to Ray Fowler’s first book, UFOs: Interplanetary
Visitors that continues to document Ray’s on-site personal
investigations of UFOs for the Mutual UFO Network.
The Melchizedek Connection: Lincoln, NE,
Trinity Press, 1981; San Jose, CA, iUniverse.com, 2001, 313p.
A novel containing a masterful blend of
historical fact, educated speculation, and exciting fantasy
connecting certain Biblical events of the past with the current
The Andreasson Affair – Phase Two:
Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1982, OR, Wildflower
Press, 1994, 226p. $25
Raymond Fowler continues investigating the
UFO abduction of Betty Andreasson in this fascinating sequel
answering many questions and presenting extraordinary new
facts. Soon after the original publication of mysterious unmarked
helicopters began shadowing Betty and her husband Robert Luca.
Strange apparently paranormal experiences plagued the newlywed
couple-and then Robert Luca began to have vague but disturbing
memories of an abduction of his own. Investigation reveals
that he too had had UFO contact as a child and a terrifying
abduction from his automobile as an adult.
New York: Bantam Books, 1990. 386p. (Out of Print)
In this book, author Raymond Fowler pursues the secret, disturbing
primary motive behind the abductions of Betty Andreasson Luca
and many others throughout history. Fowler discovers the ultimate
design behind the alien’s presence on Earth and in our
lives. Fowler's book provides physical descriptions of aliens,
examinations, experiments, and out of body experiences, suggesting
that we have been visited here on Earth for many years. The
Watchers brings us closer to the visitors than ever. We see
their amazing equipment, their scientific knowledge and power,
and the shattering consequences of what they know about our
present and our future.
Exploring UFOs and the Near-Death Experience,
OR: Wildflower Press, 1995, 389pp. $25
Fowler tackles some enormously interesting
Para psychological issues in "The Watchers II,"
in which he demonstrates parallels between near-death experiences
and alien abduction. Researcher Kenneth Ring ("The Omega
Project") has also made a compelling case for this, as
has John Mack. Fowler is a compelling voice in the ufological
fugue, and "The Watchers II" finds him at his most
abstract and metalogical.