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Ordinary people are seeing extraordinary things in our skies. And while reports of UFOs and their possible occupants are littered with dates, times, and descriptions, they rarely focus on those who’ve actually experienced them. How have these dramatic and often traumatic events affected those involved? Could both the positive and negative implications, whether subtle or revelatory, further our knowledge of what exactly these phenomena represent? Through extremely detailed testimony from highly credible witnesses and insight from those in the psychological, academic, and scientific fields, Somewhere in the Skies: A Human Approach to an Alien Phenomenon, is a personal journey that also weaves together a story of stories, furiously pumping new blood into the heart of these mysteries, one inextricable experience at a time.

“Sprague has looked at UFO reports from the human angle, explaining the impact these events have had on witnesses. This is an often overlooked dimension of the phenomenon and I thank him for addressing it.”

Leslie Kean, Author of the New York Times bestseller, UFOs: Generals, Pilots, and Government Officials Go on the Record

“Rather than convince the reader of the existence of the phenomena, Sprague wisely opts for a journalistic approach with vibrant storytelling from eyewitnesses and experts. At times exhilarating, bizarre, or frightening, he crafts a contemporary narrative of UFO stories that is simultaneously compelling, refreshing, and incredibly down to earth.”

Aaron Sagers, Journalist, TV host and founder of

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