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Selected by Extraterrestrials: My Life in the Top Secret World of UFOs, Think-Tanks and Nordic Secretaries

Narrated by: David Godfrey
Length: 13 hrs and 49 mins
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Bill Tompkins was embedded in the world of secrecy as a teenager, when the navy took his personal ship models out of a Hollywood department store because they showed the classified locations of the radars and gun emplacements. He was present at the “Battle of LA”, when 1,430 rounds were fired at UFOs, and one of the Nordic craft selected him to be their rep in the evolving aerospace race. This book is a partial autobiography about his life to about 1970 including some of his early work for TRW. Selected by the navy prior to completing high school, he was the courier for secrets learned from navy spies about the Nazis until he was discharged in 1946.

After working at North American Aviation and Northrop, he was hired by Douglas Aircraft Company in 1950, and when they found out about his involvement in classified work, was given a job as a draftsman with a peripheral assignment to work in a “think tank”. It was controlled by the navy personnel who used to work for James Forrestal, who was allegedly assassinated because he was going to publicly reveal what he knew about UFOs. Bill Tompkins was asked to conceive sketches of mile-long naval interplanetary craft designs.

Later, as he became involved with the Apollo launch vehicle, his insight to systems engineering resulted in his offering some critical suggestions personally to Dr. Wehrner von Braun with more reliable checkout with missiles in their vertical position. This story is peppered with very personal interactions with his co-workers and secretaries, some of whom the he believes were Nordic aliens helping the “good guys” here on Earth. He sketches what he personally saw on TV when Armstrong was landing on the moon. Born in May 1923, Bill Tompkins is one of the few survivors of the “big war”, married to the same girl Mary, and was willing to tell his story about what he really did during his aerospace life in the '40s, '50s, and '60s that relate to aliens, NASA, and secrets that now can be told.

©2010 William Mills Tompkins (P)2019 William Mills Tompkins

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Amazon Story - Must read for everyone

Beyond fascinating. Bills knowledge and experience is incredible. A must read for any SSP / UAP researcher

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And ego gone mad

This book is a man’s fantasy about what his life could’ve been, he seems like a minor player in the space program but if we were to believe what he writes in this book, just about every good idea for the Apollo program for US missile programs for the space program in general was conceived by him. Every bit of dialogue is colleagues telling him, Bill you’re a genius, Bill you’re so wonderful, Bill why don’t people realise how wonderful you are. Bill you’re such a visionary, you and your extra terrestrial friends are really doing well. If we have to believe this book, many of the engineers working at the Douglas factory on the Apollo program we talking regularly about reptilian aliens lifeforms and sexy secretaries who were Nordic aliens. And of course the sexy secretaries we just wild about Bill, but Bill was married so he’s a good guy. According to him. There is absolutely nothing in this book that remotely looks like evidence for his assertions. I’m sorry but it just doesn’t cut it

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Don't waste your money

Don't waste your money. garbage fiction is bad for the ufo research. this is fiction.

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  • greg
  • 05-06-2019

Game changer if 1% of story is factual!

If only 1% of this story is true, mind-blown. Choppy narrative though. Incredible technology but porny story line.

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  • Craig
  • 16-07-2019

Madness save your money

This author is off his meds. My advice, don't waste your money as I did. People like this prevent any truth about possible extraterrestrial life ever coming to light. These types of people push the truth out to the fringe. Disappointed.

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  • David Ginaitis
  • 11-05-2019

No one takes UFOs seriously thanks to you!

Hmm hilarious delusion, 100% fake... why? Well, guess what he’s a super secret agent who can’t prove it, who time travels, sleeps with tons of hot alien women, who are way too willing to mate with him (I don’t care what planet you’re on it’s not that easy), also he’s up on spaceships, he’s meeting aliens, everyone thinks he’s right all of the time, everyone compliments him in effusive ways, and yes everyone thinks he’s the man. Not even passable fiction...

This is why no one takes UFOs seriously, it’s disgraceful. Bring some evidence to the table Tompkins, not just your fantasy adventures to make a buck. I will be returning.

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  • Everett H. Proeber
  • 08-07-2019

incredible book such details.

loved it. such details of the different programs . an how the public was held back by reptilian race from early sci advances

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  • Mark
  • 27-06-2019

Fascinating

It’s hard to discern which parts are literally true. My intuition tells me that there is a healthy dose of true disclosure here - along with enough fiction to provide plausible deniability. I do recommend this book. It was certainly entertaining and the narration was wonderful.