Title: Mojave Incident
Author: Ron Felber
Stars: 4 out of 5
I will start off with I am on the fence when it comes to Aliens life. Yes I believe that if another planet does exist in the in the Goldie lock Zone than I can only assume so does other life forms.
I have no problem believing that Elise and Tom Gifford had something horrible happen to them in the Mojave desert. After all there is really no reason for Elisa and Tom to tell the world of their torture they endured in the desert over 20 years if it wasn't what they truly experienced.
Author Ron Felber paints such a frightening portrait of the night the Giffords met with something or someone terrifying. From the mist to the description of the "Aliens" the readers feel they are in the same small camper as the Giffords enduring the mental pain.
Elisa was raised Mormon so she is able to describe things that happened in a more spiritual nature but it still doesn't bring the reader peace.
How would you feel to relive you more terrifying moments in life? To feel those pains all over again in a matter of hours? Those are the questions I came away with and less whether Aliens exist.
This book is great for those who believe in UFO sightings and also a good read for those who do not believe in UFO because than it makes you question what really happened to the Gifford in the desert.
To be honest I am not sure I will ever be able to go camping in the desert now without thinking of this book and what the Giffords when though.
Thank you to the publishing company for supplying me a copy of Mojave Incident for my honest review.
On the night of October 21, 1989, nine glowing objects appeared over an empty stretch of the Mojave desert—and turned a couple’s quiet weekend into an unearthly nightmare of terror.
Elise and Tom Gifford say they were held captive in their camper by nonhuman creatures—and through love and prayer were able to live through psychological torment as their captors manipulated their minds with telepathic power.
The Watchers hovered over them for a day and a night, they say, stealing their thoughts and emotions, making them relive their most painful and intimate memories, bringing them to the brink of madness. Hours later they were alone again—alive but the visits continued
and the nightmare wasn’t over.
Called "The most frightening UFO book ever written", The Mojave Incident touches the subconscious fears deep in all of us.
Paperback, 288 pages
Published September 7th 2015 by Barricade Books
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