The Real Men in Black
The Real Men in Black:
Evidence, Famous Cases,
Stories of These Mysterious Men and their Connection to UFO Phenomena
For decades -- or perhaps even for centuries, some firmly
believe -- the infamous Men in Black have been elusive, predatory, fear-inducing
figures that have hovered with disturbing regularity upon the enigmatic fringes
of the subject of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs), coldly nurturing, and
carefully weaving, their very own unique brand of horror and intimidation of a
definitively other-world variety.
The preferred tools of terror of the MIB are outright
menace, far less than thinly-veiled threats, and overwhelming, emotionless
intimidation. And they are relentless when it comes to following their one and
only agenda -- that is, to forever silence witnesses to, and investigators of,
UFO encounters. Unfortunately, it has to be admitted, they have been highly
successful in achieving their unsettling goal, too. Indeed, and without any
shadow of doubt whatsoever, the long and winding history of UFO studies is
absolutely littered with fraught, frightened and emotionally-shattered figures
that have been forever menaced into silence by the Men in Black, and who, as a
result, have firmly distanced themselves from the UFO controversy, vowing never,
ever to return to the fold.
Like true vampires from some strange, outer edge, the
painfully-thin, white-faced and sunken- cheeked Men in Black appear from the
murky darkness; they then roam the countryside provoking carnage, chaos,
paranoia and fear in their notorious wake, before duly returning to that same
shrouded realm of unsettling weirdness from which they originally oozed forth.
Very often reported traveling in groups of three, this
definitive trinity of evil seemingly has the incredible ability to appear and
vanish at will, and is often seen -- in the United States - driving 1950s-style
black Cadillac's, and - in the British Isles - 1960s-era black Jaguar's, both of
which are almost always described as looking curiously brand new.
Despite the passing of the decades, and of the many and
varied changes in fashions, the preferred mode of dress of these bone-chilling
characters never, ever alters in the slightest, at all: it always consists of a
well-preserved black suit, a black Fedora- or Homburg-style hat, black
sunglasses, a black necktie, black socks and shoes, and a crisp, shining white
shirt. Very little wonder, therefore, that they have been given the wholly
notorious name with which they are, today, most famously -- or perhaps
infamously - associated.
But who, or far more likely, what, exactly, are the Men
in Black- In the 1997 blockbuster movie, Men in Black and in its 2002 sequel,
that starred Hollywood crowd-pullers Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones, the MIB
were firmly, and highly entertainingly, portrayed as being the secret-agents of
a Top Secret, covert arm of the U.S. Government, whose sole role it is to hide
from the general public the dark truth about a huge and intricate alien presence
on the Earth. But, how much truth is there to the mega-bucks movie that spawned
so much interest in these bizarre figures-
While some MIB are, without doubt, the all-seeing eyes of
clandestine departments of at least several governments -- including both the
United States and the United Kingdom - the vast majority of these curious
characters appear to be of a very different breed altogether. According to
numerous, fantastic witness testimony and countless case-studies secured since
the early years of the 1950s, the real MIB may very possibly be alien entities
themselves, carefully and secretly working to ensure that we never successfully
uncover the sensational truth about their presence, or the long-term goal of
their strange and unearthly agenda, upon our very own planet.
On the other hand, however, some students of MIB history,
lore and legend suggest that these non-human creatures are utterly occult-based,
supernatural beings that originate in, inhabit, and with disturbing regularity
surface from, strange and enigmatic netherworlds very different to that of our
own, personal 3-D reality. On a very similar path, a variety of individuals
suspect strongly that the real Men in Black are nothing less than definitive
demons -- the literal, deceptive minions of none other than the lord of the
underworld: Satan himself. The intriguing fact that many of those that have been
cursed by visits from the Men in Black have dabbled in occultism, with
Ouija-Boards, and in devil-worship, is perceived as further evidence by some
that the MIB may have origins that are far, far removed from the enigma-filled
world of outer- space and highly-advanced extraterrestrials from the stars.
Meanwhile, there are those investigators of the UFO
phenomenon who have put forth a truly fascinating, unique and near-revolutionary
theory that has nothing whatsoever to do with aliens, flying saucers, or even
the realm of the occult. It is a definitively jaw-dropping theory that posits
the Men in Black may, incredibly, be time-travelers from humankind's far-flung
future. Their role, it has been suggested, may be to ensure that we remain
forever in the dark about the shocking facts of what is really afoot: namely,
that our "aliens" are actually us, albeit from a time centuries, or even
thousands of years, from now.
Whatever their point -- or points -- of origin, however,
there is one thing that we can say with complete confidence and certainty about
the Men in Black: they are, most assuredly, amongst us, and there is absolutely
nothing positive, warm or welcoming about their presence at all.
And, if your personal, particular areas of fascination
are those relative to such conundrums as Flying Saucers, alien abductions, close
encounters, the Roswell UFO crash of 1947, Area 51, UFOs, and a myriad of other,
attendant puzzles, then that trio of mysterious, black-garbed men may very well
one day be paying you a visit, too.
If, late on some dark, thunderous and chilled night, you
are awoken from an uneasy slumber by a slow, deliberate and pounding knocking on
your front-door, no matter how tempted you may be, do not open it -- that is,
unless you wish to disastrously allow into your life one of the most terrifying,
soulless and definitively macabre creatures that has ever been unleashed upon
us, the Human Race. Remember you have been duly warned. Beware, always, of the
real Men in Black.
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Nick Redfern's new book, The Real Men in Black, is a study of the real‐world
equivalents of the Men in Black that, in 1997, were elevated to superstar status
in the hit movie of the same name starring Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones.
Hollywood blockbuster was fiction, the Men in Black really do exist, and they
have consistently attempted to silence numerous witnesses to UFOs and paranormal
phenomena since the early 1950s.
In his book, Nick Redfern delves deep into the sinister world of these
mysterious operatives. He reveals their origins and discusses classic cases,
previously unknown reports, secret government files, and the many theories that
have been presented to explain the mystery.
Highlights of The Real Men in Black include: (a) the story of Albert Bender, the
first man to claim an encounter with the Men in Black; (b) the involvement of
the MIB in the famous Mothman saga that dominated the town of Point Pleasant,
West Virginia in the 1960s; (c) encounters with the MIB at the site of one of
the world's most famous monsters: Loch Ness; and (d) exclusive interviews with
leading researchers of the MIB phenomenon.
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