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Ahmad Jamaludin
Ahmad Jamaludin is the author of A Summary of Unidentified Flying Objects and Related Events in Malaysia (1950-1980), which was published by the Center for UFO Studies, USA in 1981. An unusual finding of this study was that many Malaysian CE3 cases featured encounters with tiny UFOs and tiny entities, measuring in the inches rather than the feet.

Since that time, Ahmad has continued to compile sighting reports from his region. The finding about small objects and entities still holds. He finds it frustrating that the local media tend to either ignore the UFO subject or not treat it seriously. The first Malaysian UFO Conference was held in Kuala Lumpur in December 1995. A UFO organisation was also formed: UFO Research in Asia (UFORIA), but it has unfortunately not endured.

Ahmad has continued to self-publish several UFO studies. The most recent includes UFO Reports in Southeast Asia (1800-1996) (January 1997), which contains 86 sighting abstracts from eight countries plus statistical analyses. Search for a Common Denominator in UFO Manifestations and Seismic Events (November 1997) investigates straight line and star-shaped alignments and postulates that UFOs and seismic events are triggered by a common external source. He has also written for popular UFO magazines (see Alien Encounters, October 1997).

 

Source: http://www.ufoevidence.org/Researchers/Detail110.htm
 
 
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