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Description - Hair of the Alien by Bill Chalker

In this captivating investigation, UFO researcher Bill Chalker sheds light on a little-known controversy of profound implications: an encounter with aliens that seems to have yielded extraordinary evidence. At the heart of the story is Peter Khoury, who claims to have encountered 'alien' females. HIs tale night have been easily dismissed if it weren't for the fact that Khoury produced evidence of the fact: specifically, wisps of hair. The blonde samples have been labelled 'Nordic', but extensive DNA testing has suggested conclusions that are far from simple. Indeed, they seem to be a 'hybrid' whose existence points to advanced DNA techniques and anomalies. Is it just coincidental that Kary Mullis, the Nobel laureate whose work enabled DNA profiling, has reported his own 'missing time' episode and encounter with a strange entity? As Chalker takes us deeper into this enthralling mystery, his assiduous research and scientific revelations make for a unique, groundbreaking probe into the bizarre possibility of alien abduction. As chilling as it is compelling, HAIR OF THE ALIEN inspires new insights into our very origins and place in the universe.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9780743492867
ISBN-10: 0743492862
Format: Paperback
(210mm x 135mm x 23mm)
Pages: 352
Imprint: Gallery
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Publish Date: 19-Jul-2005
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Bill Chalker

Bill Chalker is a leading UFO researcher based in Sydney, Australia, with a background in chemistry and mathematics. He has contributed to such publications as Rolling Stone and Reader's Digest, and has written a book, The OZ Files, about the Australian UFO story.