Wednesday, 24 August 2016

Mirror Online: "Secret army of UFOs is plotting war against us from under the SEA, new book claims"


"Everyone has heard the term UFO but few have heard of its underwater counterpart USO -unidentified submersible object - but a new book lifts the lid on the phenomenon" - wrote Mirror Online about new book co-authored by Philip Mantle. Read More.

"Revista UFO" interview with Piotr Cielebiaś

Renowned Brazilian magazine "Revista UFO" published a long interview with Piotr Cielebiaś - polish writer and journalist, author of "UFOs over Poland". Read more.

"Mirror" about UFOs in Poland

"A new book by a renowned UFO expert and published for the first time in English has revealed a string of close encounters in Poland" - wrote Mirror.co.uk mentioning our book "UFOs over Poland: The Land of High Strangeness". Click to read the article

Friday, 29 July 2016

"UFOs over Poland" - KINDLE EDITION

A unique history of UFO sightings and close encounters from Poland published in English for the very first time. Fully illustrated with 10 black & white photos and illustrations. UFOS OVER POLAND is no ordinary book and certainly is not just another book about Flying Saucers. It is instead quite extraordinary. For those who thought that the UFO phenomenon was only reported in the West then thing again. This book covers in extraordinary detail UFO close encounters, military pilot’s sightings, observations by Police Officers, UFO crash accounts and encounters with other - worldly beings that are the stuff of nightmares. It comes fully illustrated and is published in English for the very first time.

Friday, 4 March 2016

"UFOs over Poland" reviewed in Fortean Times!

by Nigel Watson, www.forteantimes.com

Piotr Cielebias’s book underlines that UFO sightings and high strangeness encounters are global. He puts Polish sightings in a folklore context; Ognik (flame) or Swietlik (firefly) phenomena are similar to our will-of-the-wisp. (Lights dancing over a field near Czestochowa in the 1980s were explained as Swietlik.) Another folkloric theme was of sky people blown down to Earth, who manifested as small, sexless monsters or old, linen-clad men, much like today’s ‘space’ aliens. Even after WWII, older witnesses often interpreted sightings in such terms rather than as UFO phenomena.