Hamilton is Executive Director of Skywatch
International (founded by Col. Steve Wilson)
and Senior Programmer-Analyst at UCLA. He's worked
in the Information Technology field for over 30 years.
State University, Los Angeles (1960 - 1961); AA
degree Pierce College (1987); University of
Phoenix (1996 - 1997, 2001).
is educated in Psychology, Physical
Sciences and Information Technology and served in the
Air Force for five years with a top grade in Electronic
Technology. He has an
AA degree from Pierce College and has pursued interests
in Science, Mathematics, Aeronautics, Computers, and Parapsychology.
He worked as a Senior Analyst
at UCLA for over 30 years while continuing his interest
and research in spacecraft propulsion systems and underground
bases. He has studied UFO phenomena since 1953.
Time and Gravity
(1975), Close Encounter Report
(1978), Center of The Vortex
(1979), Cosmic Top Secret
(Inner Light Publishing 1990), Alien
Magic (Inner Light Publishing 1996), The
Phoenix Lights (Write-to-Print 2001). Numerous
articles for publications in the following journals and
Borderland Sciences Journal,
New Age Science Journal,
the New Atlantean Journal,
the Psychic Observer,
UFO Magazine, the
Journal, UFO Universe
and Unsolved UFO Sightings.
1981, Jim Ouei of Nippon TV
interviewed him on UFO research in Arizona,and again in
1990 on UFO research in the Antelope Valley of California.
Bill has been interviewed on various radio programs, including
the Billy Goodman show
in Las Vegas, the Robert Prete
show in Los Angeles, Art Bell's Dreamland
show, and the Jeff Rense Sightings
show. He has also been interviewed by various network
and cable television shows, including ABC
News in San Diego and the Fox network television
read the book, Flying Saucers
from Outer Space by Donald
Keyhoe when still in grade school. By the
time he went to high school, he was actively pursuing
interests in the UFO phenomenon. He attended the famous
Giant Rock Conventions in the 1950s (hosted by George
Van Tassel) and became acquainted with many of the early
contactees with over 100 personal sightings of his own.
He participated in communication experiments using light
beam transceivers as early as 1958. In 1976, he investigated
his first UFO abduction case and applied for membership
as a field investigator. From 1980 - 1983, he served as
Maricopa County Section Director for MUFON
in Arizona and looked into several CE-3
(Close Encounters of the Third Kind) and CE-4
(Close Encounters of the Fourth Kind) cases.
From 1987 to the present, he has had a special interest
in UFO activity in the Antelope Valley of California.
Since 1980, he has also pursued research and investigation
of UFO crash/retrievals and military and aerospace involvement
with the phenomenon and research and development in advanced
technology. From 1992 to 1995, he had served as Director
of Investigations for MUFON-LA,
and from 1995 to 1997, served as Assistant State Director
Arizona. He conducted UFO Field Investigator classes in
Los Angeles. After years of being actively involved in
International and MUFON
with key responsibilities as a field researcher and Assistance
Director, Bill continues to this day researching UFOs
and is currently working to make Skywatch
International a premier UFO network.
presented a paper at the MUFON
Symposium in Houston in 1980 on Electrogravity
theory of spacecraft propulsion at the Advanced Propulsion
Workshop hosted by NASA scientist Alan Holt. Bill has
maintained an active interest in spacecraft propulsion
systems and other areas of advanced technology as well
as keeping abreast of the latest discoveries in astronomy
and cosmology. Bill has also researched underground facilities
and their uses in developing advanced technology or possibly
reverse-engineering alien technology.
maps by John
Lear, Hamilton said he checked out Dulce,
New Mexico to see if he could find any evidence for an
underground base that was allegedly jointly operated by
aliens and the US military. A security guard named "Thomas"
said he escaped from Dulce's cylindrical base that extended
down seven levels, but was not able to provide any proof,
reported Hamilton, who added that the area is also known
for anomalies such as orbs, UFOs, and animal mutilations.
now resides in Palmdale, California where he continues
to pursue the UFO phenomena and is currently making further
plans to establish Skywatch
International as a premier UFO network.
MUFON 2002 International UFO Symposium