The authors of Faces of the Visitors have
compiled a book of familiar drawings of notable aliens
who visited their human subjects in some of the most
classic abduction or alien encounter cases known.
In every corner of the world, people have been
reporting encounters with a huge array of alien beings.
Some are tall and humanoid, and others are hairy or
monstrous in appearance. UFO writer Kevin Randle and
documentary producer and artist Russ Estes have teamed up
to produce a reference guide to the most important close
encounters and alien contacts.
The authors' purpose is to provide readers with a
review of over fifty of the most well-known abduction
cases and include with each a line drawing of the alien
visitors seen. Most of the drawings were made by the
actual witnesses and have been featured in other books.
This is why many of the pictures will be familiar to
readers of other books.
The authors have also given each story their personal
rating as to their opinion of the story's credibility on
a scale from zero to ten. Some of their conclusions will
surprise, disappoint, or confound readers.
Most surprisingly, the authors have given the nurse's
report of the 1947 Roswell UFO crash an unbelievably low
score of zero. The authors base their zero score on the fact
the infamous nurse mysteriously disappeared after confiding
in friends that she had seen alien corpses.
The authors have discounted other
reports that she was transferred out or otherwise
silenced. This low score certainly raises questions as to
why Kevin Randle would have co-authored a previous book
on the Roswell crash given his low opinion of one of the
The famous abduction at Copley Woods, Indiana, better
known as the intruders case was explored by
abduction researcher Budd Hopkins. Surprisingly, the
authors only rated this case's reliability as a 5.