R e v i e w s
an excellent monograph
Jerome CLARK in International UFO Reporter (May/June 1995)
Their book is a meticulous study which is a model of its kind. Their step-by-step presentation of the accumulating findings offers the fascination of a detective story (...) Transcripts of interviews, abundant diagrams and photographs (including a high quality colour print from a negative of the original transparency) pand lucid, clear writing and presentation make this not only a superb piece of investigation but a pleasure to read. Even if your interest in UFOs is only minimal, you will enjoy treading in the investigators' footsteps as they follow up each clue which points to the truth.
Hilary EVANS in The Skeptic (September/October 1995)
As usual, our bookshelf sags under the weight of unreviewed books. One of the best of these comes from Europe and represents the painstaking investigation and analysis of a classic photographic case. The title of this singular work, conducted by the Belgium-based Caelestia Project, is Unidentified Aerial Object Photographed near Zwischbergen, Switzerland, on July 26, 1975: A Case Analysis. This isn't exactly the sort of sensationalistic title or come-on guaranteed to ensure high sales, but it is indicative of the industry and seriousness with which the Caelestia Project and authors Wim van Utrecht and Frits van der Veldt undertook their study....
Richard F. HAINES in MUFON UFO JOURNAL (January 1996)
Wow! That is the word which best comes to mind to describe this fantastic new book from Belgium. It is worth every penny, if you can afford it, and it is not very often you can say that about a UFO book.
Jenny RANDLES in Northern UFO News (March 1996)
A balanced result which will commend them to scholars of the subject, but bore the saucerheads. An authoritative self-publication, in English, which includes a valuable appendix on experimental circular aircraft.
Bob RICKARD in Fortean Times (June 1997)