One the most captivating UAP book that I recently read is the one from Dr. John B. Alexander (retired U.S. Army Colonel): UFOs. Myths, conspiraties, and realities (Thomas Dunne Books, 2011). Believers and skeptics will certainly find it interesting…
Issued in 2011 and beginning with a commentary from Tom Clancy and an introduction by Burt Rutan, it recalls Alexander’s efforts in the 1980s to create an interagency group to explore the controversial topic of UAP. It also provides keen insight on how the U.S. government function addresses unexplained aerial sightings, providing Ufologists relevant advice for future actions. One of Alexander conclusion is that no U.S. central organization or committee is interested in the topic, or doing anything about it, and that therefore there is no UFO cover-up. On the other hand, he lists specific UAP cases that should call up the scientific community’s attention (e.g. bentwaters, Cash-Landrum, Mansfield, Malstrom Air Force Base).
In order to start well this new year, I would like to follow Alexander’s first attribute (required for anyone who want to become involved in the study of UFOs…): “A sense of humor…”: So here a light post….
“UFO” takes pictures of Hunter (23 Nov. 2011). Ever wanted to know how a UFO witness would look like? Check this story…A man from Auburn had a close encounter with an Unidentified Flying Object. Like many other UFO stories, he was alone in the wilderness, with no one else to witness the encounter. But in this case, the hunter had a camera. In fact, so did the UFO! (story at: http://auburn.news10.net/photo-gallery/community/88273-photos-ufo-takes-pictures-auburn-hunter?page=4)