You may be a skeptic, you may think anything paranormal is total BS, or you may be a total believer- but you do know this: certain writers are absolutely fascinating & can sure spin a yarn. Maybe these writers are frauds, maybe gullible, maybe folklorists, but they’re always entertaining.
So who are your favorite authors in this genre?
As a yute, I read just about anything dealing with UFOs, ancient astronauts, ghosts, etc. but a few authors remain as my favorites:
The old but still around veterans Brad Steiger and John Keel, both of whom claim to experience a lot of what they’ve written about. Keel is probably best know for “The Mothman Prophecies” and popularizing the “ultra-dimensional” theory of aliens/UFOs.
Relative newcomer Whitley Strieber- Horror/scifi novelist, Gray abductee & New Age mystic.
“Strange but true (maybe)” archivist Frank Edwards.
Mystic/charlatan contactee George Adamski.
One I have to acknowledge as the Pioneer, but I just never got into his stuff: Charles Fort.
A still-living & active writer I enjoyed back in the 1970s but he got boring & his books in retrospect just don’t hold up- Erich Von Daniken. Much better AFA writing was the late W. Raymond Drake.