Unknown Skies is centered around an informed and in-depth interview with investigative journalist Leslie Kean, who has been researching and reporting for the past fifteen years on a subject which carries a cultural taboo on rational discourse: the presence in our skies of unidentified flying objects. Kean's articles have appeared in the Boston Globe, Atlanta-Journal Constitution, International Herald Tribune and other publications. Rational, eye-opening and engaging, Unknown Skies explores key aspects of a persistent, controversial and fascinating scientific mystery.
What makes Unknown Skies so unusual is the personal insight into journalist Leslie Kean, author of a NY Times bestseller that offers riveting objective testimonials from generals, pilots and government officials about worldwide UFO/UAP incidents. The questions posed to Ms. Kean offer us a more intimate look into the depth of a remarkable, courageous journalist and her commitment to how the UFO/UAP phenomena should be approached. I strongly recommend Unknown Skies.
Unknown Skies serves as a perfect primer for those new to the subject, while delving deep enough to appeal to those interested in a more thorough exploration of one of the great mysteries of our time. This short and punchy book avoids the dogmatic, conclusion-led approach taken by true believers or die-hard debunkers, and will appeal to the genuinely open-minded.