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ALIEN INVESTIGATOR 
Tony Dodd
Tony Dodd served in the North Yorkshire police force for twenty-five years, the last fourteen asa sergeant. During his service he worked as a detective, served on the first Crime Task Forceestablished in Britain, was trained in firearms and took part in many major murder inquiries.It was while he was in the police that he and a colleague saw a large disc-shaped object as theydrove across the Yorkshire moors in the early hours of the morning. The encounter triggeredlifelong interest in UFOs and aliens.With his methodical investigative approach, Tony Dodd is now one of Britain's leadingauthorities on extra-terrestrial phenomena.Tony Dodd served in the North Yorkshire police force for twenty-five years, the last fourteen asa sergeant. During his service he worked as a detective, served on the first Crime Task Forceestablished in Britain, was trained in firearms and took part in many major murder inquiries.It was while he was in the police that he and a colleague saw a large disc-shaped object as theydrove across the Yorkshire moors in the early hours of the morning. The encounter triggeredlifelong interest in UFOs and aliens.With his methodical investigative approach, Tony Dodd is now one of Britain's leadingauthorities on extra-terrestrial phenomena.ALIEN INVESTIGATOTHE CASE FILES OF BRITAIN'S LEADING UFO DETECTIVETONY DODDcontentsAcknowledgements IXIntroduction 1Chapter One: First Encounter Chapter 7Two: The Kalahari Conspiracy 33Chapter Three: The Stolen Hours 77Chapter Four: Taken by Aliens 101Chapter Five: Talking to the 'Enemy' 149Chapter Six: Animal Victims 165Chapter Seven: Death from the Skies 203Chapter Eight: Fatal Contacts 215Chapter Nine: The Military Response 253Chanter Ten: Under the Oceans273To my wife Pauline, who could never quite understand my driving passion to reveal the truthabout this enigma, yet stood shoulder to shoulder with me throughout the threats and attempted
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intimidation. Despite a heart attack and serious illness she never failed to support me, even fromher hospital bed. Pauline, your courage is inspirational.Also to Annette, Paul and Mandy, who were always there when needed. I am lucky to havesuch a family. Also to Mabel, the best mum in the world. This book isacknowledgementsI would like to thank all the friends and contacts who have shared information with me over theyears. It would not be practical to name all the dedicated researchers and groups who haveliaised with me, so I apologise in advance if your name is missing: my grateful thanks to you,anyway.Tom Austin; Jeff Aspinall; Brian and Joyce Dinsdale; Graham and Mark Birdsall, UFOmagazine; Armen Victorian; Roy Lake, LUFOS; Donald Cooper, SERIUS; Michael Dillon;Richard and Sue Hembury Kellow; Billy Buchanan; Margaret Fry; Joan Amos; Derek Gough;Richard Tarr; Rena McGuire; Harry Harris; David Dane; Roy and Ann Wilkinson; 'Mr Cedar';George Wild; Jim Moor; Pat Otter; Jean Thornton; Graham Townsend; Colin Andrews; PatDelgado.From the USA: Budd Hopkins; Linda Moulton Howe; Robert Dean; Wendelle Stevens; VirgilArmstrong.From Germany: Michael Hesseman; Brazil: A.J. Geveard; South Africa: Rosemary Howell;Russia: Marina Popavitch; Australia: Harry Mason; Denmark: Ib Lauland; Norway: KnutRunning; Puerto Rico: Jorge Martin; Channel Islands: Kevin Giannoni.To all those people who cannot be named, but who entrusted to me information which proves beyond a shadow of doubt that ETs are already here and have been for a very long time, my particular thanks. Many of you have risked your careers and your futures to get this importantevidence out. Take heart from the knowledge that we are close lo the whole truth beingrevealed, and that your efforts have contributed enormously.introductionThe black saloon car with CD piates pulled up against the kerb in a quiet street in Hampstead.Although it was the end of October, the weather was unseasonably mild for London, and thediplomat who stepped out of the car was wearing a suit, no overcoat. In his hand he carried alarge, bulky brown envelope.At the same moment, the door of a Ford Escort, parked in front of the saloon, opened, and asmall man in his early forties with a receding hairline climbed out. He walked towards thediplomat. They exchanged a few brief words of greeting, then the diplomat handed over the package. As he turned to get back into his car he said:'Be very careful. They are watching you.' He nodded his head in the direction of another car, parked on the opposite side of the road about fifty yards away. There were four people inside itand they were indeed watching closely, and without any attempt to disguise their interest.The balding man jumped back into the Escort and drove off, aware, as he glanced in his mirror,that the dark blue Rover with the four figures inside was following him. Knowing the area well,he drove expertly through the traffic, smiling to himself as he saw the Rover being thwarted by buses and black cabs and the general melee of heavy traffic. It was Friday afternoon, when halof London seems to clock off early and throttle all the major routes out of the capital.For a few minutes, the driver of the Escort forgot himself. It was like being in a spy thriller,trying to outwit his opponents. But quickly the reality dawned on him. This was real life, and he
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had in his possession a packet that he believed would blow the lid off the biggest cover-up inthe history of mankind.What was more, the men on his tail were not card-carrying members of Equity, recruited by thecasting directors of a Bond movie. They wanted the package, and they would do everythingwithin their power to get it. A momentary panic set in, as the driver considered his options. Heknew that if he. drove out of London and headed north towards my home in Yorkshire theywould catch him on the motorway. His car only stood a chance against theirs in the crowdedLondon streets, and only then because he was on home ground.If he took the package to his own home, they would find him - and it. They had been to hishouse before: even the quick glimpses he had seen in his rearview mirror told him that one of the men in the car was the same man who had appeared on his doorstep a few weeks earlier,with a female colleague, warning him that he was under surveillance.There was, he decided, one solution. If he could lose his pursuers for long enough, he could slipthe package into a postbox. He doubled back through the side streets, making sudden turnswithout using his indicator. Eventually, he pulled into the heavy traffic of a main road andwatched, with satisfaction, in his mirror as the other car was held at bay in a side street, unableto force a gap among the flow of cars and lorries. A few hundred yards further along he turnedoff the main route. He had successfully lost the other car. He stopped, and hastily wrote myname and address on the front of the package. At the top he scribbled the words This will be paid for at receiving end'. Checking again that he was not being followed, he drove on to thefirst postbox he saw, and double-parked for long enough to stick the package into the mouth of the box.Breathing a sigh of relief, he took a circuitous route around the area and finally made his way back to his home. About three streets away he glanced in his mirror to see the blue Rover tucked in behind him again. The car and its occupants had obviously lain in wait for his return.He expected to be approached by the men when he reached his own front door, but instead theRover cruised slowly past. The next morning he discovered that during the night his car had been broken into and searched, although nothing had been taken.He rang me as soon as he got into his home, to say that the parcel was on its way. He wasnervous and frightened, but at the same time happy to have evaded his pursuers. But eventhough I shared his relief that he had outwitted them, I was not as confident as he was that thevital parcel was safe. My fears hardened as every morning I waited expectantly for the postman:and every morning I was fobbed off with the usual clutch of letters, bills and circulars. No package ever arrived. Despite a series of complaints to the Post Office, and investigations atevery office that the envelope should have passed through on its journey north to my home in Grassington, in the Yorkshire Dales, the package, posted to me on27 October 1997, has never turned up. The men who were tailing my friend in London had thelast laugh, and the most vital evidence ever produced for the existence of UFOs and aliens has been - at least temporarily - suppressed.I am not surprised. For more than twenty years I have been battling to have the existence of extra-terrestrial visitors recognised by the authorities. At first I believed that a combination of fear and ignorance led to the subject being sidelined: now, after many years as one of Britain'sforemost UFO investigators, I know better. The authorities, including the governments of allmajor countries, not only know of the reality of UFOs, but actively cover up their existence andthe contacts that take place between them and us. My missing package is just one more blow - a particularly devastating blow - to those of us who want the truth to be brought but into the open.The package contained, amongst other things, sensational photographs showing aliens on boardan American warship in the north Atlantic, a UFO on the ground at a USAF base, and a videoof a UFO landing at a USAF base. The diplomat, one of a handful in the world who have been present at meetings between alien representatives and world leaders, had chosen to leak this
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