In 1949 five individuals spotted an unidentified flying object hovering over the Rogue River near Gold Beach, Oregon. The Air Force sent a team to investigate and were unable to repudiate the eyewitness claims. The event, known as The Rogue River Incident - Case X, remains unexplained. Decades later, in the small Oregon town of Rogue River which borders the wild and scenic river of the same name, outdoor photographer Mitch Wilde is thrust into a frightening and eerie situation at a neighborhood barbecue. As the hours pass, and more troubling events present themselves, an anomalous neighbor confronts Wilde and shows evidence of potential threats to their sleepy little town. When Wilde photographs something peculiar at a nearby lake and returns home to show the footage to the eccentric neighbor, the duo is drawn into a web of inexplicable circumstances as their small town comes under siege from unknown forces. To protect the ones he holds most dear, Wilde scrambles to understand the forces terrorizing Rogue River. Will the Wild and Scenic Rogue give up her secrets this time or again stay unexplained? What follows, in this book, is classified as The Rogue River Incident, Case XI. Southern Oregon native, Mike Walters intertwines his love of the Pacific Northwest, Ancient Aliens, the X-Files, and Native American fascination in his debut duology. A former Air Force photographer, Walters weaves a story, about the valley he grew up in and the river that captured his heart, with a myriad of authenticity and intrigue as he takes the reader on a rolling mountain trail of events that will keep them puzzled until the end. His love of Oregon, the valley he grew up in and the river he spent countless hours playing on, is obvious as you turn the pages. You can often find Walters riding the mountain trails on his Stumpjumper and taking photos of anything and everything nature related as his bike rides typically turn into long affairs with multiple stops for a new breathtaking image of what the Oregon outdoors loves to share.