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Show: 10/06/2009 8:00 PM
Hammons was born and raised in the Cincinnati area and southwestern Ohio's Indiana-Kentucky border region. He worked as a researcher, journalist, instructor, counselor, juvenile probation peace officer and public safety urgent response specialist. He graduated from Ohio University, Athens, in southeastern Ohio with studies in communication (journalism focus), health education (psychology focus) and minor in pre-law. OU is home of the prestigious Scripps College of Communication and E.W. Scripps School of Journalism. Hammons completed some graduate-level coursework in guidance counseling and psychotherapy theories from the OU College of Education's School of Applied Behavioral Sciences and Educational Leadership. He received orientations to Army Special Forces as an Army officer trainee at OU. In his two published novels, MISSION INTO LIGHT and the sequel LIGHT'S HAND, a San Diego-based joint-service team of ten women and men research emerging special topics. They follows paths of discovery to help create a better world. Book, TV and film rights are available. Hammons' movie screenplay combines both novels. Pilot scripts for a proposed TV series have been developed.
West Virginia journalist Kyle Lovern is at it again-putting together another fascinating book about eyewitness accounts of UFOs and strange encounters from the Appalachian region. His first book, Appalachian Case Study: UFO Sightings, Alien Encounters, and Unexplained Phenomena, became a cult favorite and took readers on an amazing journey of exploration through the eyes of many down-to-earth people. Using his background in newspaper and radio, Lovern conducted in-depth interviews with citizens about their unusual encounters and experiences. Although that book focused solely on West Virginia, this new project, Volume 2, expands into the larger Appalachian mountain region, where many people from neighboring states have experienced unusual events and circumstances they cannot fully explain. Lovern's books are yet more pieces of the mysterious puzzle regarding UFOs, alien abductions, and other unusual phenomena.
What starts out as a phone call and job offer to forty-something Arizonan Mike Green quickly evolves into a mystifying adventure into the unknown. Mike is recruited into a quasi-scientific Defense Department research team based in San Diego. He starts his job with the "Joint Reconnaissance Study Group" on San Diego's Point Loma peninsula. Ten women and men comprise the JRSG. Several loyal allies, and deadly opponents, soon emerge. The JRSG and its friends search for information on unusual national security-related issues and mysteries. They look into crop circles, dolphin intelligence, deep DNA memory theories, UFOs, ESP, modern physics, near-death experiences, so-called "Earth changes" and "pole shift" concepts, and Native American culture and legends. Connections between these areas are discovered as well as links to the past and the future of Earth and the human race. The women and men of the research group explore ancient questions and modern discoveries crucial to the evolution and survival of humanity. Group members explore Arizona, the "Four Corners" region, and Oahu, Hawaii. They face experiences that are scientific, physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual. The group uncovers dangerous threats to their investigation, to the United States, Earth, and human civilization. Mike feels he's getting in over his head at times. Even with the support and fellowship of the research group and friends, he faces extreme circumstances alone. In the midst of dangers and challenges, there is romantic heat between him and Amy Mella, one of the group's dolphin researchers. This is also a story of relationships between women and men, military and civilian, the intelligence community and the average American. It is an exploration of phenomena and mysteries that now rightly hold the interest and attention of millions of people worldwide. The story climaxes in a hidden canyon on the Navajo Nation in far northeastern Arizona. In a kiva, one of the large sunken stone circles of the ancient Anasazi people, many VIPs attend a special field conference. Sudden discoveries, dangers, and the experience of the strange unknown shock those present. The characters in MISSION INTO LIGHT follow paths of discovery and knowledge to find new understanding of their nation, the human species, and the hoped-for breakthrough that will change the world. From the Author "Right now, the human race needs all the intelligence we can get our hands on. Intelligence in the broadest meaning of that word," says author Steve Hammons.
In this sequel to his first novel, MISSION INTO LIGHT, writer Steve Hammons takes readers on a thought-provoking metaphysical adventure with the top secret "Joint Reconnaissance Study Group." This small Defense Department research group of ten women and men continue their intelligence investigation of unusual phenomena: UFOs, near-death experiences, ESP, dolphin intelligence, modern physics, Earth changes theories, deep DNA memory concepts, and Native American culture and legends. Other strange phenomena emerge and challenge the researchers, who travel from their San Diego base to the Four Corners area, Durango, Colorado, and Flagstaff, Arizona, as well as the Arizona Sonoran Desert. The main characters, Mike Green and Air Force Captain Amy Mella, are deployed to the Navajo Nation in northeast Arizona after the National Security Agency reports a strange signal coming from deep space. The message is in Morse code, and in the World War Two Navajo Code Talker code. In the midst of urgent developments in and around the Four Corners area, Mike and Amy explore the depths of their love relationship and learn more about each other. About their passion, and compassion. The dedicated researchers put together pieces of a cosmic puzzle just in the nick of time. Because strange and mysterious developments are underway. A sudden increase in crop circles, requests for safehouses on higher ground, and an ancient Cherokee legend are parts of this puzzle. A breakthrough occurs when a strange event and process kicks the researchers into high gear, and the group acts as a rapid response team to the site of a possible miracle. Or maybe these events and processes are just natural. Maybe Nature, Earth, and the Great Spirit are revealing phenomena the human race is finally ready to understand. From the Author "Right now, the human race needs all the intelligence we can get our hands on. Intelligence in the broadest meaning of that word," says author Steve Hammons.
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