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Behold a Pale Horse
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Cover of the book "Behold a Pale Horse"
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Author Milton William Cooper
Publisher Light Technology Publishing
Language    EN
Year 1991
ISBN 0-929385-22-5
Product details
Pages 510
Binding hardcover
Weight 0
Price ... USD
Genre /politics/history/
About Written after Cooper had been a member of the US Naval Intelligence Briefing Team of the Commander in Chief of the United States Pacific Fleet, the book details many of Cooper’s claims about the alleged influence of UFOs on US government agencies, the New World Order, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the alleged Apollo hoaxes and other topics.
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"Behold a Pale Horse" is a book written by Milton William Cooper in a set politics and history genre. This hardcover edition published in 1991 by "Light Technology Publishing" without series.

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Written after Cooper had been a member of the US Naval Intelligence Briefing Team of the Commander in Chief of the United States Pacific Fleet, the book details many of Cooper’s claims about the alleged influence of UFOs on US government agencies, the New World Order, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the alleged Apollo hoaxes and other topics.

Another claim made in the book pertains to his own death. William Cooper, seemingly paranoid, claimed that he would be shot to death on his own property. True to his “fate,” he was gunned down in precisely this manner years after publishing the book and settling down in Arizona.

William Cooper was reared in an Air Force family. As a child he lived in many different countries, graduating from Yamato High School in Japan. Since he has traveled through or lived in many different foreign countries Mr. Cooper has a world view much different than most Americans. William served with the Strategic Air Command, United States Air Force. He held a secret clearance working on B-52 bombers, KC-135 refueling aircraft, and Minuteman missiles. William received his Honorable Discharge from the United States Air Force in 1965.

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