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Junior Skeptic 57: Space Brothers from Venus
Junior Skeptic 57: Flying Saucer “Space Brothers” from Venus!?
In this issue of Junior Skeptic, we’ll hear tales from a man who said he met flying saucer travellers—human beings from Venus and several other planets! Amateur astronomer George Adamski became famous in the 1950s for photographs of objects he said were alien spaceships. His stories only got wilder from there. He claimed he befriended saucer people, rode in their spaceships, and even attended a meeting on Saturn. His books about these adventures became a public sensation. But what was the truth behind Adamski’s storytelling? Let’s find out!
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This issue of Junior Skeptic was originally published in Skeptic magazine 20.4 (2015).
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