Auckland, New Zealand: Roofhopper Enterprises, Inc., 1971.
First New Zealand edition. [ii], 65 pp. with illustrated plates. Bound in publisher's red cloth with black spine lettering. Good+ with dampstaining to boards, slight musty smell, in a Good dust jacket with a small scrape along front gutter, light dampstaining and edge wear. An American alien contactee memoir first published in the US in 1955. From the front flap of the jacket:
"Here is one of the most startling stories ever written! The narrator, calmly working in his auto repair shop, suddenly finds himself playing host to a pair of visitors from Outer Space. From that moment his entire life is changed. . Item #140945714
For weeks the Spacemen practice all types of weird experiments upon their bewildered friend, who is too terriified to protest. Finally, wearying of their ingenious supergames, they decide to take the poor auto mechanic on a trip to Hell.
You will thrill to the excitement of riding, while in the comfort of your easy chair, in the flying saucer that makes the trip from California to Hell..."
An American alien contactee memoir first published in the US in 1955. From the front flap of the jacket: