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Dongo, Tom

Tom Dongo

Tom Dongo is a long-time resident of Sedona. During this time, he has camped on and hiked over thousands of miles of the Sedona/Flagstaff/Prescott mountains, mesas, deserts, and canyons. He is a recognized world authority on UFOs and paranormal occurrences. He is also a writer of mainstream magazine articles and has written seven books on UFOs and the paranormal. His work and personal interviews have appeared many times on national and international television.

Everything You Wanted to Know About Sedona in a Nutshell

Topics covered inside include:

history, Sedona Schnebly, geology, climate, Oak Creek Canyon,
Indian involvement, arts and culture, metaphysical community,
Sedona's famous vortexes, UFOs over Sedona, native trees and plants,
native wild animals, birds, flowers, rock climbing, hiking, camping, backcountry tours, clubs and churches, restaurants, motels, golf, sunrises and sunsets, off-season, rattlesnakes, jobs, rentals, and real estate.


On a secluded ranch near Sedona, Arizona, strange events mysteriously began in 1992… What does it portend for us all?

Mysterious Sedona: Year 2000 Edition

It is well known among the curious that Sedona, Arizona, and its surrounding regions have seen some of the world's all-time, most-intense UFO, paranormal and spiritual activity. The question is, why? This book explores deeply into that enigmatic activity.

The Alien Tide

The Mysteries of Sedona Book II

"I would venture a guess that if someone were to go to a place such as Syracuse, Little Rock, San Antonio, Key West, Pocatello, Des Moines, or Spokane and dig around for two years as I did here, that person would come up with as much material as I have about Sedona.

The Mysteries of Sedona

Because there is a growing amount of literature published on Sedona and what you are likely to find here—and as a result of numerous conversations with visitors and locals alike—I felt there was a real need to present an esoteric side of the picture that perhaps is being avoided by other writers, possibly for fear of ridicule, criticism, ostracism, and so on.