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With Alien Contact: The Difficult Truth, the long-awaited first volume of what will eventually become a multi-book series, author/researcher/abductee Derek Tyler demonstrates that he is a powerful force to be reckoned with. Drawing on a lifetime of hardcore research and personal experience, private conversations with insiders and interviews with over three thousand abductees, Mr. Tyler has produced a manuscript which is unique, original and compelling. Beginning with a description of the methods and techniques necessary to any successful study of alien contact, he provides an authoritative guideline which aspiring researchers will find to be invaluable as well as highly effective. After making the reader aware of the proper procedures to follow during a UFO sighting, Tyler then discusses the most extensive psychological warfare operation in history and shows how easily even the cleverest of people can be manipulated. Tyler also includes descriptions of his own, previously-unreported, sightings. The reader is allowed to share his thoughts and emotions as he re-lives an extended sighting which involved two American warplanes. He also provides fascinating transcripts of off-the-record conversations with highly-placed sources deep within the black ops community. A first-person account of his own abduction experiences is interwoven with a comprehensive and well-informed discussion of the alien abduction phenomenon in general, and the level of detail contained within his descriptions are without precedent in the literature. The reader is allowed inside the author’s head, to share his emotions as the events take place. They are also made to understand the fear, frustration and sense of isolation which are unavoidable when one realizes that they have become an alien abductee, that their life has been forever changed. Tyler gives the reader a highly personal and brutally honest account of coming to terms with the sudden realization that, when faced with the technological capabilities of these aliens, we find ourselves to be utterly powerless and forever vulnerable, and that the presumed safety of our own homes is nothing but an illusion. Alien Contact: The Difficult Truth offers a powerful, incisive and often terrifying look behind the veil, into a realm which is shrouded in secrecy and yet affects each of us every day. It is a document which is not to be missed and one which will forever change the way we see both ourselves and our world.