2008, Dr. Martin Plowman studied at the university of Melbourne
and received his Doctorate of Philosophy
in Ufology, the study of unidentified flying
Plowman has travelled the world for his Ph.D.,
studying the phenomenon of UFO's at various hot spots
around the world, from Australia to Peru.
is a nuts-and-bolts investigator and doesn't believe in
flying saucers. However, he has an open mind and continues
to study the subject with zest. Martin's study has lead
him to believe there is something going on that cannot
be explained and is sure it's been that way for a very
people around the world are seeing something that really
isn't there, it still is not beneath science to study".
Martin is a realist; he needs the facts to back up what
people say they have seen. It's a breath of fresh air
that could bring more credibility to the subject of UFOs
if he can find evidence to support people's claims. You
could say he is the Sherlock Holmes of Ufology.
also believes the role of Shamen in some ancient cultures
has helped those cultures come to terms with unidentified
flying objects. "Shaman can help a culture bring
these happenings into their everyday lives and help them
get over the whole issue".
best places he visited for perhaps observing difficult-to-explain
phenomena are the Northern Territory in Australia and
Roswell in New Mexico. "It might be cliche, but
it is a truely strange place".
2011, Dr. Martin Plowman wrote and published a book on
the subject of UFOs, titled The
UFO Diaries and is available on-line from Jeffreys
Books & Stationary.