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Anonymous:CIA Agent Reveals the Truth About UFOs First Edition

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The book "Anonymous: CIA Agent Reveals The Truth About UFOs" war in reality a death bed confession by a man who was recruited by the CIA for his skills as an army cryptographer. When Project Bluebook was providing disinformation, Agent Anonymous was given access to secret files and an extraterrestrial EBE to determine the veracity of the information. If there was any merit to a siting or report, Agent Anonymous and his colleagues were given access. 

Agent Anonymous trusted Ron Garner with his life's work and his secrets. Ron tried to help him reveal his truth through an interview conducted by researcher Linda Moulton Howe in 1998, which was subsequently played on Coast to Coast Radio. However, although Agent Anonymous' Security Oath had long expired, he and his family was threatened. It was not until he was on his death bed that he made it clear to  C. Ronald Garner that he wanted his last wish fulfilled; to see the transcripts and his book in print. 

At the same time that Ron contacted the publisher to edit and compile the book he had a relapse of the cancer he had been fighting. This meant that both men were in a race against the clock. It became the dying wish of both to see the book in print. Ron wanted to be assured that Agent Anonymous would see it before his passing. The book that is currently in print is filled with typos and repetition. Herman was also in a race against the clock compiling, typing and designing the book so it could reach the two men in time. Although she did not know his real name Herman contacted the place where she had sent the book when it was finished and was asked to whom it was being delivered. 

"I don't know his name," she nervously chuckled. I only know him as Anonymous and that he is waiting for this book. 

The sympathetic Nurse said, I know who you are referring to. The books arrived this morning and he was very happy. 

When Herman contacted Ron who was now in hospice to tell him she was sure Anonymous received the book, some of him last words to her were "Thank you. Now I can leave in peace." 

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