In 1957, Morris Jessup was approached by two mysterious Naval officers who informed Jessup that a man, who called himself Carlos Allende, had extensively annotated Jessup’s seminal book “The Case for the UFO” with a bizarre commentary involving time travel, electromagnetic forces, even the teleportation of a battleship.
The story, already a little strange, was made even more peculiar when he discovered that the Office of Naval Research took things much mucher further, even going the trouble of re-printing this annotated version for limited distribution within the Office of Naval Research. They even used multi-colored inks to simulate the pens used in the handwritten notes. And the best part is that apparently this is a true story.
This book — printed by the Varo Manufacturing Company of Garland, Texas — is now known as the infamous Varo Edition.
Its now being featured on Amazon.com as a kindle edition for only $1.99 – Its an interesting book and well worth the read!