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Kevin D. Randle, Ph.D.

Kevin D. Randle has, for more than twenty years, studied the UFO phenomenon in all its various incarnations. Training by the Army as a helicopter pilot, and by the Air Force as both an intelligence officer and a public affairs officer, provides Randle with a keen insight into the operations of the military, their investigations of UFOs, and into a phenomenon that has puzzled people since the beginning of the modern era.

Randle's educational background is as varied as his military experience. As an undergraduate at the University of Iowa, he studied Anthropology. Graduate work included Journalism, Psychology and Military Science at the University of Iowa, California Coast University and American Military University. He has both a Masters and a Doctoral degree in Psychology and a second Masters degree in the Art of Military Science.

During his investigations, Randle has traveled the United States to interview hundreds of witnesses who were involved in everything from the Roswell, New Mexico UFO crash of 1947, to the repeated radar sightings of UFOs over Washington, D.C. in 1952, to the latest of the abduction cases. Randle was among the first journalists to have the opportunity to review the declassified files of the Air Force's UFO study, Project Blue Book, among the first to report on animal mutilations, and among the first to report on alien abductions. His articles on the Pat Roach abduction of 1973 was the first to report that the beings had come into the house and the first to report humans working along side the aliens.

In 1988, he published The October Scenario about alien abductions. In 1989, he wrote The UFO Casebook, an in-depth look at some of the biggest UFO cases in the last fifty years. In 1991, his UFO Crash at Roswell, co-authored with Donald R. Schmitt, was published, which provided the ground work for the ShowTime feature Roswell. The Truth about the UFO Crash at Roswell was published in 1994. A History of UFO Crashes was published in 1995. In 1997, the published Conspiracy of Silence about the cover up of UFOs and Project Blue Book - Exposed which was an examination of the official Air Force investigation. The theme of those two books, an examination of the cover up, was continued in 1998's Project Moon Dust.

With Russ Estes, a California documentarian, Randle wrote Faces of the Visitors, which was an examination of the reports of contact with the crews of the flying saucers. They also produced a video version of that book. Estes and Randle teamed with Dr. William P. Cone, a California clinical psychologist, to write the highly controversial The Abduction Enigma.

 

Source: MUFON 2000 International UFO Symposium Proceedings
 
 
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