inside the Black Vault

Inside The Black Vault - John Greenewald,  Jr.

Title: inside the Black Vault

Author: John Greenewald Jr.

Pages: 152

Genre: Nonfiction Adult

Rowman & Littlefield

book synopsis

The evidence in this book may not ultimately give you the "smoking gun" you are looking for on your journey, but I guarantee it will give you a box of bullets when you find it. In 1996, John Greenewald, Jr. began researching the secret inner workings of the U.S. Government at the age of fifteen. He targeted such agencies as the CIA, FBI, Pentagon, Air Force, Army, Navy, NSA, DIA, and countless others. Greenewald utilized the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) to gain access to more than two million pages of documents. This archive includes information relating to UFOs, the JFK Assassination, chemical, biological, and nuclear weapons, and top secret aircraft. He took the millions of pages, and over the course of more than two decades, has built an archive known around the world, as The Black Vault. Inside The Black Vault: The Government's UFO Secrets Revealed takes you on a journey within the secret world of unidentified aerial phenomenon that has plagued the military since at least the 1940s. Declassified records prove that the UFO topic is one of the most highly classified and most elusive subjects the U.S. Government has ever dealt with. Each chapter explores various agencies and their documents, and Greenewald breaks down the meaning of why some of the most important documents are relevant to proving a massive cover-up. Along with declassified documents, Greenewald outlines the struggle it took him to get them. No other topic has proven so difficult, in more than 8,000 FOIA requests that he has filed. He explores why that might be and meets skeptics and debunkers head on, outlining why some of their more prominent rebuttals for it all cannot be true.

My thoughts 

rating: 4

Would I recommend it: yes but only to people who like reading stuff like this

Would I read anything else by this author : maybe

While reading this you start to wounder if there could be any true to what his talking about, and though out the book you get to see black and white photos of the papers he was able to get . He makes you question what you know about the secret inner works of the Government. As well as about parts of history that we all have read about. It gets you thinking and rethinking about what you know or think you know about the U.S.Government and what else could they be keeping from us , Its like the tv show X-Flies . With that said I want to thank Netgalley for letting me read and review it exchange for my honest opinion.