Edgar Mitchell is the sixth man to walk on the moon, as the lunar module pilot of Apollo 14. This makes him a brave man, too, given that the previous mission (Apollo 13) nearly cost the entire crew their lives. In February 1971, Mitchell landed on the Moon and spent a full nine hours working on the lunar surface in the Fra Mauro Highlands region.
Mitchell also happened to grow up in Roswell, New Mexico. After his NASA missions, he returned there. During the 1970s, before the story leaked to UFO investigator Stanton Friedman through Jesse Marcel, Mitchell says that many people who had kept the story to themselves for years, sought him out -- seeing him as a national figure who could help tell their story. They told him that what happened in 1947 was the crash and recovery of an extraterrestrial craft, complete with alien bodies. In the 1990s, Mitchell began to test the waters with his beliefs that we were not alone in the universe and says he has had the reality of alien visitation confirmed to him by high level individuals within the Pentagon itself. After reading an early draft, he offered his endorsement for A.D. After Disclosure.
"This new book by Richard Dolan and Bryce Zabel is an important attempt to prepare us for what will one day be inevitable: an open understanding that we are not alone. Not in this universe, and not even on Planet Earth."
Edgar Mitchell, ScD, Apollo 14 Astronaut
We are pleased to have a man of Edgar Mitchell's honesty, distinction and service to his country recommend this book.
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