In January of 2008 the citizens of Stephenville, TX, were astounded to witness a series of unexplained lights and craft flying over their skies, chased by military jets. These sightings would set off a series of events that would quickly become one of the most controversial and well documented UFO cases in US history.
Enter investigator Marc Slade, who has spent a lifetime investigating UFOs. What starts out as a simple investigation quickly turns into an intricate web of government conspiracies and an evil plot that threatens the very existence of humanity. As Slade digs deeper into the mystery, he finds his life is on the line and he must go on the run as he dodges government agents and the mysterious “Men In Black” to expose the nefarious plan before it’s too late.
Based on real events, Marc Slade Investigates: The Stephenville UFO is a fascinating and frightening tale of sinister plots and shadow government agencies vying for control of the country. Author Ken Cherry has woven an intricate blend of facts told as fiction that shines a light on an ominous chapter of American history, and proving that not everything is as it seems. Whitley Strieber, the New York Times Best-Selling author of Communion and Alien Hunter, calls The Stephenville UFO "chillingly possible", while Best-Selling author and researcher Jim Marrs calls it, "An absorbing thriller... that presents new insights into the still-unexplained events at Stephenville, Texas, in 2008...what more could one want?"
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Ken Cherry is a fifth generation Texan and a US Marine Corp veteran. He was the Texas State Director for MUFON (the Mutual UFO Network) for over ten years. At the time of the Stephenville event, Cherry headed up a team of investigators that conducted extensive research and analysis of the mass sighting for an entire year.
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