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Australia

The National Archives of Australia holds a number of records relating to unidentified flying objects (UFOs), flying saucers and other unidentified aerial sightings. Most of these records date from the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, when public interest in UFOs was high and many sightings were reported to Commonwealth authorities.

There was no specific government agency responsible for the collecting and analysing of these sightings, so responsibility fell on the Department of Air. The Department collected reports from defence force members, pilots and air traffic controllers, meteorologists and the general public. During the peak of interest in UFOs, the department investigated some reports, trying to establish whether the sightings could be attributed to low flying aircraft, weather balloons or meteorological phenomena.

Reports were also collected by other agencies involved in air safety, research and intelligence, including the CSIRO, the Joint Intelligence Organisation, the Weapons Research Establishment at Maralinga, and the Department of Transport. The Department of Territories kept reports from Papua New Guinea.

Below is a selection of over 10,000 records in the Archives' collection that relates to UFOs. To find further records of interest, you can search the collection.
 

Canada
The following list of documents is a sampling of 8,759 UFO files retrieved from the National Archives of Canada. I have in my possession five 16mm microfilm reels which I purchased from the National Archives back in the early 1990s, and contains an even greater number of documents, including the very same ones that are available here.
This list of Canadian CIRVIS documents, which were provided to me by a fellow researcher in British Columbia who obtained them through Canada's Access to Information Law. CIRVIS stands for Communications Instructions Reporting Vital Intelligence Sightings.
CIRVIS Reports For The 1960s
177 Pages
CIRVIS Reports For The 1970s
128 Pages
 
CIRVIS Reports For The 1980s
106 Pages
CIRVIS Reports For 1993
19 Pages
 
CIRVIS Reports For 1994
32 Pages
CIRVIS Reports For 1995
137 Pages
 
CIRVIS Reports For 1996
9 Pages
CIRVIS Reports For 1998
28 Pages
 
CIRVIS Reports For 1999
20 Pages
Resolution Bay Sighting Files - NWT
26 Pages
 
The Smith Memo
These documents were obtained from the files of the late Wilbert B. Smith, Senior Radio Engineer for the Department of Transport in Ottawa. This is the original draft he wrote in November 1950.
 

New Zealand
This is a list of the New Zealand UFO files that were released on
Wednesday, December 22, 2010.
 

United Kingdom

MINISTRY OF DEFENCE

DIRECTORATE OF
SCIENTIFIC INTELLIGENCE
AND
JOINT TECHNICAL INTELLIGENCE COMMITTEE

UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS
June 1951
 
British MOD Rendlesham Files
Released in November 2002
 
United Kingdom UFO Documents
UFO Sightings in the United Kingdom, through 2009
 

United Kingdom UFO Documents
Released in October 2008

Highlights guide (PDF 442kb) to help you navigate your way through the files.
 
Previously Released Records
 
Source: http://www.theblackvault.com/m/articles/view/United-Kingdom-UFO-Documents#.UfMqBG2dA0Y
 

United Kingdom UFO Documents
Released in August 2009

The files contain a wide range of UFO-related documents covering the years 1981-1996.

Find out more about close encounters, stray satellites, bright lights and Britain's very own Roswell - Rendlesham Forest in Suffolk. Start by reading the highlights guide (PDF, 254kb) to help you navigate your way through the files.
 
Source: http://www.theblackvault.com/m/articles/view/United-Kingdom-UFO-Documents#.UfMqBG2dA0Y
 

United Kingdom UFO Documents
Released in March 2011

Find out more about the House of Lords’ debate on UFOs, a flying saucer hoax that was treated as a potentially real alien invasion of the UK and how 1978 nearly became 'the year of the UFO'.

Start by reading our highlights guide (PDF, 397kb) to help you navigate your way through the files. Due to the large size of some of these files, I recommend you save them to your PC before opening them. Please right click on the links and select the ‘save’ option.
 

United Kingdom UFO Documents
Released in August 2011

The files contain a wide range of UFO-related documents, drawings, letters and parliamentary questions covering the years 1985-2007.

Read eyewitness accounts of UFO sightings, see the picture of a ‘flying saucer’ which was sent for analysis by defence experts and discover the bizarre story of ‘Mork and Mindy's' visit to East Dulwich.

Start by reading the highlights guide (PDF, 397kb) to help you navigate your way through the files released in August 2011.

Seven files in this tranche (DEFE 31/182/1-188/1) contain copies of numerous UFO reports made by members of the public and submitted to MoD between April 1993 and July 1996. These reports are duplicates of papers from tranche #4 of the UFO files, released by The National Archives in August 2009 (DEFE 24/1959/1-1961/1 and DEFE 24/1974/1-76/1 on the webpage).

Due to the large size of some of these files, I recommend you save them to your PC before opening them. Please right click on the links and select the ‘save’ option.
 

United Kingdom UFO Documents
Released in July 2012

The files contain a wide range of UFO-related documents, drawings, letters and parliamentary questions ranging from 1965 up to 2008.
Discover the role of the UFO Desk Officers, what they really thought of alien visitors, their ideas to harness alien technology as a
weapon, and their briefings to Tony Blair on UFO policy.

Six of the files (DEFE 31/189/1-194/1) contain some duplicates of UFO sighting reports copied by the Air Secretariat between 1996-1999.
The original papers were released by The National Archives in February 2010.
 
United Kingdom UFO Documents
Released in June 2013

The final tranche of UFO files released by The National Archives contain a wide range of UFO-related documents, drawings, letters, and photos and parliamentary questions covering the final two years of the Ministry of Defence's UFO Desk (from late 2007 until November 2009).

Discover the reasons behind the closure of the UFO desk, the handling of the largest number of UFO sighting reports received in 30 years and the disclosure campaign for ‘the truth’, which was sparked by the closure of the UFO Desk.
 
Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) in the UK Air Defence Region

During a policy review in 1996 into the handling of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena sighting reports received by the Ministry of Defence, a study was undertaken to determine the potential value, if any, of such reports to Defence Intelligence. Consistent with Ministry of Defence policy, the available data was studied principally to ascertain whether there is any evidence of a threat to the UK, and secondly, should the opportunity arise, to identify any potential military technologies of interest.

The Ministry of Defence has released this report in response to a Freedom of Information request and we are pleased to now make it available to a wider audience via the MOD Freedom of Information Publication Scheme. Where indicated information is withheld in accordance with Section 26 (Defence), Section 27 (International Relations) and Section 40 (Personal Information) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

 
UAP in the UK Air Defence Region: Executive Summary
The Findings and Recommendations are contained in this Executive Summary.
 
UAP in the UK Air Defence Region: Volume 1
The Main Report (Volume 1) describes the Background, Methodology used, the Data Base and the Statistical Analysis.
 
UAP in the UK Air Defence Region: Volume 2
Volume 2 - Supporting Technical Point Papers covering topics relevant to an undersanding of the phenomena.
 
UAP in the UK Air Defence Region: Volume 3
Volume 3 considers classified radar performance data and contains an assessment of relevant technologies in
the context of potential military applications and an assessment of UAP as potential hazards to aircraft.
 
Source:
http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20121026065214/http://www.mod.uk/DefenceInternet/FreedomOfInformation/
PublicationScheme/SearchPublicationScheme/UnidentifiedAerialPhenomenauapInTheUkAirDefenceRegion.htm
 

United States
The History of the 4th AA Command, Western Defense Command
Jan 9 1942 to July 1 1945 (extract)
 
FBI - Brief Roswell Statement
July 8, 1947
 

The 1947 Twining Memo

This letter was sent out from Air Material Commands (AMC) in response to a request from Brig General Schulgen. As a result of the opinions expressed by Twining, Gen Schulgen issued his now famous Collection Memorandum.

Gen. Twining requested that investigations be conducted that might shed some light on the recent rash of Flying Saucer sightings. In response to the Schugen Collection Memorandum, The Walker Memo was sent to see what field offices could find.

Some proponents view this letter as proof that the Air Force knows that extraterrestrial UFOs exist. The closest the the letter comes to considering alien origin is the opinion that [there is] "The possibility that some foreign nation has a form of propulsion possibly nuclear, which is outside of our domestic knowledge." However, the proponents tend to ignore, or dismiss as an "obvious lie" dictated by the Super Secret Roswell Conspiracy, the instruction that his commanders should consider: "The lack of physical evidence in the shape of crash recovered exhibits which would undeniably prove the existence of these subjects."

 
 
Air Intelligence Report No. 100-203-79
ANALYSIS OF FLYING OBJECT INCIDENTS IN THE U.S.
10 December 1948
 

Project Grudge
August 1949

Project Grudge was a short-lived project by the U.S. Air Force to investigate unidentified flying objects (UFOs). Grudge succeeded
Project Sign in February, 1949, and was then followed by Project Blue Book. The project formally ended in December 1949,
but actually continued on in a very minimal capacity until late 1951.

 
AIR FORCE MANUAL 50-12 (AFM 50-12)
DEPARTMENT OF THE AIR FORCE
Ground Observer's Guide
1 November 1951
 
Air Force Letter No. 200-5 (AFL 200-5)
Unidentified Flying Objects Reporting (Short Title: FLYOBRPT)

29 April 1952
 
Air Force Manual No. 200-3 (AFM 200-3)
HANDBOOK for AIR INTELLIGENCE OFFICERS
May 1953
 
HOW TO MAKE FLYOBRPTS
AIR TECHNICAL INTELLIGENCE CENTER
WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE
OHIO

25 July 1953
 
Air Force Regulation No. 205-1 (AFR 205-1)
SECURITY: Safeguarding Military Information

15 December 1953
 
Air Force Regulation No. 200-2 (AFR 200-2)
Unidentified Flying Objects Reporting (Short Title: UFOB)
12 August 1954
 

PROJECT BLUE BOOK
SPECIAL REPORT NO.14

(ANALYSIS OF REPORTS OF UNIDENTIFIED AERIAL OBJECTS)
5 MAY 1955
 
Air Force Regulation No. 200-3 (AFR 200-3)
”Reporting Vital Sightings from Aircraft”

versions: 2-July-1952 and 13-May-1955
 
Air Force Regulation No. 205-2 (AFR 205-2)
SECURITY - Laws, Executive Orders, Etc, Pertaining to Safeguarding Military Information
Dated 19 May 1955
 
Air Force Regulation No. 200-2_020558
INTELLIGENCE - Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO)
5 February 1958
 
Air Force Regulation No. 200-2A - CHANGE
INTELLIGENCE - Unidentified Flying Objects (UFO)
3 July 1958
 
CANADIAN - UNITED STATES COMMUNICATIONS INSTRUCTIONS
FOR REPORTING VITAL INTELLIGENCE SIGHTINGS
(CIRVIS / MERINT)
JANAP 146 (D)

February 1959
 
US Air Force Intelligence Guidance Collection Letter No. 4
25 April 1961
 
Air Force Regulation No. 80-17
Replaced AFR 200-2 in September 1966
 
AIR FORCE MANUAL 55-11 (AFM 55-11)
OPERATIONS - AIR FORCE OPERATIONAL REPORTING SYSTEM

20 MAY 1968
 
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE
PROJECTS GRUDGE
and BLUEBOOK
REPORTS 1-12
June 1968
 
The following documents were obtained from several sources, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the National Security Agency (NSA) and the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). These UFO documents were released under The Freedom Of Information Act or FOIA.
FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation)
Here are a few samples of UFO documents collected from the FBI website. All 1,600 files have been posted below:
 
CIA (Central Intelligence Agency)
 
NSA (National Security Agency)
 
DIA (Defense Intelligence Agency)
 
AISS UFO Report of Joseph Long,
1st Lt, USAF
1957
 

The Bolender Memo
October 20, 1969

Robert Todd obtained the release of the Bolender memo in January 1979. The implications of this memo, issued in order to justify the shutdown of Project Blue Book, is clear, and is found on page 2: "... reports of unidentified flying objects which could affect national security are made in accordance with JANAP 146 or Air Force Manual 55-11, and are not part of the Blue Book system."

Similar statements about UFO reports bypassing the BB system were made in AF documents going back to 1958-61, when similar efforts to justify closure of BB were made then. In an interview on March 16, 2000, retired BB chief Col. Robert J. Friend told me that he knew there were classified intelligence channels for reporting UFO's that completely bypassed BB and he knew of specific UFO cases involving classified sensor systems that were reported that way and never went to him at BB. UFO's were reported to the AF operational commands in accordance the AF's Operational Reporting system, AFOREP, under AF Manual 55-11 of 1965 and predecessors, and this supplanted the UFO reporting directives that had sent UFO reports to BB. However, even the AFOREP system was bypassed when classified sensor systems and missions were involved, as AFM 55-11 itself indicated in paragraph 3-1-C: "Provisions of the AFOREP [AF Operational Reporting system] are not intended to abrogate major command systems employing advanced automated, online procedures."

The memo also stated that, "After an extensive study of this (Condon Report) report as well as the review of the report by a panel of the National Academy of Sciences, past studies, Project Blue Book operations and other inputs, the Office of Aerospace Research concluded, and we agree, that the continuation of Project Blue Book cannot be justified, either on the ground of national security or in the interest of science."

Not only had the AF's operational reporting procedures bypassed BB already, as mentioned above, but a highly classified AF global sensor system which Gen. Bolender was heavily involved in was about to go operational in 1969-70. This imminent development finally allowed the AF to be able to close down its PR headache Project BB without worrying that some important intelligence data were being lost. The system had long been planned since 1952 as the means to completely replace Project BB with a quantum leap forward into the 21st century with scientific sensor data on UFO's covering the entire earth 24/7 taking the place of unreliable, hit-or-miss anecdotal UFO stories coming from relatively few and very limited scattered locations. But the Top Secret system had run into numerous technical and budgetary obstacles which delayed its initial operational capability for many years, thus giving BB reprieves from closure in the late 50's and early 60's.

There were 16 Attachments to the Bolender Memo. Bob Todd spent years trying to get the AF to find and release them, but the AF totally stonewalled him. Several of the 16 Attachments are already known separately and had been released long before, but several are unknown and not released, several more are not described well enough to identify.
 
Relationships with Inhabitants of Celestrial Bodies
by Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer and Professor Albert Einstein
Princeton, New Jersey
 
NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration)
 
Four “Extraterrestrial” Articles from the NSA Technical Journal
Dated 1962, 1966 and 1969
 
McDONALD-DOUGLAS UFO RESEARCH
June 1968

These documents pertain to the research of a small team of people in the Douglas Aircraft corporation. They show that some people
there took the UFO phenomenon seriously and regarded them as real, physical objects. Someone decided that it was worth studying
them in detail, with a view to developing a new method of propulsion based on a new theory of physics. This research was,
of course, secret. The documents were left in a barn which may have belonged to a Douglas employee who died or moved.
The new owner of the place found the files, and sold them on Ebay for $31.00

Project Moondust

A specialized aspect of the U.S. Air Force’s over-all material of the exploitation program to locate, recover, and deliver descended foreign space vehicles.
 
Cattle mutilations - 1970s
 
AIR FORCE BASE PENETRATION BY UNIDENTIFIED HELICOPTERS/OBJECTS
October - November 1975
 
CASH-LANDRUM CLOSE ENCOUNTER CASE
December 1980
 
The New Project Blue Book
1989
 
The following set of documents were provided to me by George Knapp, investigative journalist and news anchor at KLAS-TV in Las Vegas. Included are three pages of documents pertaining to the 1979 Iranian Jet case, three pages concerning the 1989-1990 Belgian UFO flap and three pages from Russia's Ministry of Defense.
 

UFO-Related Publications
Australia
STRANGE EVIDENCE
by Bill Chalker
IUR (International UFO Reporter) - SPRING 1999
 

Brazil
CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE
BRAZILIAN KIND

2000
 
EBE-ET
International Bulletin

Volume I - Number 4
January/February 2003
 
BRAZILIAN MILITARY RECOGNIZE UFO RESEARCH
AND RELEASE CLASSIFIED INFORMATION

by A. J. Gevaerd,
Editor of the Brazilian UFO Magazine
 

Canada
The Case for the Extraterrestrial Origin of Flying Saucers
by Stanton T. Friedman
Nuclear Physicist / Author / Lecturer
1995
 
The 2005 CANADIAN UFO SURVEY:
An Analysis of UFO Reports in Canada


Compiled by Geoff Dittman and Chris A. Rutkowski
 
The 2006 CANADIAN UFO SURVEY:
An Analysis of UFO Reports in Canada


Compiled by Geoff Dittman and Chris A. Rutkowski
 
The 2008 CANADIAN UFO SURVEY:
An Analysis of UFO Reports in Canada


Compiled by Geoff Dittman and Chris A. Rutkowski
 

France
UFOs and Defense:
What Should We Prepare For?

July 1999
 
THE 1999 FRENCH REPORT ON
UFOS AND DEFENSE

Edited by Mark Rodeghier
IUR - SUMMER 2000
 
FROM GEPAN TO SEPRA:
OFFICIAL UFO STUDIES IN FRANCE

by Gildas Bourdais
IUR - WINTER 2000–2001
 
UNIDENTIFIED AERIAL PHENOMENA
EIGHTY YEARS OF PILOT SIGHTINGS

by Dominique F. Weinstein
NARCAP International Technical Advisor - France
February 2001 (6th edition)
 

India
The Red Rain Phenomenon of Kerala and its Possible
Extraterrestrial Origin

by Godfrey Louis and A. Santhosh Kumar
November 4, 2005
 

Latin America
Saucers in the Sixties – UFOs in Latin America and Spain
by Scott Corrales
Institute of Hispanic Ufology
2007
 

Soviet Union
The Study of Unidentified Flying Objects in the Soviet Union
by Yu. V. Platov and B. A. Sokolov
2000
 
UFO FILES
Russian Roswell

The History Channel, Sunday 5th March, 2006
 

United Kingdom
COLLISION COURSE
by Jenny Randles
IUR - WINTER 2002-2003
 
THE 4TH ANNUAL
PRUFOS POLICE REPORT 2005

by
Detective Constable 1877 HESELTINE
British Transport Police
 
THE 5TH ANNUAL
PRUFOS POLICE REPORT 2006

by
Detective Constable 1877 HESELTINE
British Transport Police
 
Background on 2008 British Files
by Dr. David Clarke
 

United States

ELECTRO-MAGNETIC EFFECTS ASSOCIATED WITH
UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS

by
Washington, D.C., Subcommittee of the
National Investigations Committee
on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP)
June 1960
A Report Prepared for the
COMMITTEE ON LONG-RANGE STUDIES of the
NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION
by
THE BROOKINGS INSTITUTION

December 1960
 
What Could UFOs Be?
Introduction to Uninvited Visitors: A Biologist Looks at UFOs (1967)
by Ivan T. Sanderson
 

STATEMENT ON UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS

Submitted to the House Committee on Science and Astronautics
SYMPOSIUM ON UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS
Rayburn Bldg., Washington, D.C.
July 29, 1968

by
James E. McDonald, Senior Physicist, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, and
professor, Department of Meteorology, The University of Arizona, Tucson,
Arizona.
 
Science in Default:
Twenty-Two Years of Inadequate UFO Investigations

by James E. McDonald,
Professor of Atmospheric Sciences
December 27, 1969
Meteorological Factors in Unidentified Radar Returns
14th Radar Meteorology Conference, American Meteorological Society,
November 17-20, 1970
James E. McDonald
 
UFOs, An Air Force Dilemma
by Hector Quintanilla, USAF (retired)
1974
 
President Ford and Rockefeller Rally Behind UFO Investigation
The National Tattler
October 13, 1974
 
1978 MUFON UFO Symposium Proceedings
Dayton, Ohio - July 29 & 30, 1978
 
What the U.S. Government Knows
About Unidentified Flying Objects

by Peter Gersten
Frontiers of Science - May/June 1981
RAND Document
UFOs: What To Do?
by George Kocher
27 November 1968
 

The Blue Book Unknowns

Compiled by Don Berliner,
for the Fund for UFO Research
Journal of Scientific Exploration
1987 - 2006
 
The University of Colorado UFO Project and
The Demise of Project Blue Book

by Michael Swords, Ph.D.
 
HUMAN REACTIONS TO UFOs WORLDWIDE
(1940-1983)

A FOUR-YEAR STUDY PROJECT

WHAT WE HAVE LEARNED
FROM UFO REPETITIONS
by George D. Fawcett
1983
 
The UFO Enigma
by Marcia S. Smith
Specialist in Aerospace and Telecommunications systems
Science Policy Research Division
June 20, 1983
THE FATAL ENCOUNTER AT FT. DIX–MCGUIRE:
A CASE STUDY; Status Report IV

by Leonard H. Stringfield
Copyright © 1985
 
Still in Default
by Bruce S. Maccabee
1986
 
Effects of UFOs Upon People
by James McCampbell
1987
Review of:
The Betty and Barney Hill Story - 1961

by Joan Price
UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS
BRIEFING DOCUMENT
THE BEST AVAILABLE EVIDENCE

by Don Berliner
with
Marie Galbraith
Antonio Huneeus
Presented by CUFOS, FUFOR, MUFON
December 1995
 
Optical Power Output of an Unidentified
High Altitude Light Source

by Bruce Maccabee
1999
Transcript of Interview with June Crain, former civilian employee
at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, on June 27, 1997

James E. Clarkson, Section Director, MUFON
2000
 
PROJECT SIGN AND THE ESTIMATE OF THE SITUATION
by Michael D. Swords
Journal of UFO Studies - 2000
 
Detection and Identification Of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs)
Using Existing Technology

by John F. Schuessler
January 2000
 
Public Opinion Surveys and Unidentified Flying Objects
50+ years of Sampling Public Opinions

by John F. Schuessler
January 2000
U.S. State Department UFO documents
Reviewed and Released 07-Feb-2000
 
UFOCRITIQUE
UFOs, Social Intelligence, and the Condon Committee
by Diana Palmer Hoyt
April 20, 2000
Aviation Safety in America - A Previously Neglected Factor
by Richard F. Haines
Chief Scientist
National Aviation Reporting Center on Anomalous Phenomena
- NARCAP -
October 15, 2000
Historical artwork and UFOs by Matthew Hurley
2001 A.D.
Barry Greenwood’s
UFO HISTORICAL REVUE

Issue #8, February 2001
 
Low Flying Triangular Objects: A Safety Hazard
A Report by
The National Institute for Discovery Science (NIDS)
April 2001
 
Disclosure Project Briefing Document
(500 Pages Of Solid UFO Evidence)
by Steven M. Greer, M.D., Director
and Theodore C. Loder III, Ph.D.

April 2001
 
THE FIRST ROSWELL
Evidence For A Crash Retrieval In Cape Girardeau Missouri In 1941

by Ryan S. Wood
2001
 
Comprehensive Catalog of 1,500 Project BLUE BOOK UFO Unknowns
Work in Progress (Version 1.6, June 18, 2003)

Compiled by Brad Sparks, © 2001-2003
WHY KECKSBURG?
A LOOK AT THE CASE IN CONTEXT

PROJECT MOONDUST AND OPERATION BLUE FLY:
THE RETRIEVAL OF OBJECTS OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN

by Leslie Kean
2002
 
UNCONVENTIONAL FLYING OBJECTS (UFOs):
WHY THE MYSTERY ISN’T SOLVED

by John F. Schuessler
January 2002
 
UNUSUAL EXPERIENCES FROM THE
TIMMERMAN FILES

by Michael D. Swords
IUR - SUMMER 2002
John Podesta, President Clinton’s former Chief of Staff
Speech at a press conference sponsored by the SCI FI Channel
at the National Press Club
October 22, 2002
 
Science and the Failure To Investigate Unidentified Aerial Phenomena
by Leslie Kean
October 22, 2002
Correction: on page 9, in the last paragraph, the correct month and year for the Coyne encounter is October 1973, not December 1978.
Revisiting One of the Classics: The 1952 Nash/Fortenberry Sighting
by Thomas Tulien
November 26, 2002
 
Blue Book UFO Reports at Sea by Ships
Analysis of the Blue Book Ship Database
by Antonio F. Rullán
December 10, 2002
TOO CLOSE FOR CONDON:
CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE 4TH KIND

by Michael D. Swords

Fall 2003
 
USING MULTISTATIC PASSIVE RADAR FOR REAL-TIME DETECTION OF
UFO’S IN THE NEAR-EARTH ENVIRONMENT

by Peter B. Davenport
Director, National UFO Reporting Center
Seattle, Washington
2004
 
Preliminary Report
Toward Consideration of an Alleged Crash and Recovery of an
Unknown Aerial Craft Near the Villages of Socorro and San
Antonio, New Mexico on May 31, 1948

by Wendy A. Connors
September 2004

Using Space Weapons against Extraterrestrial Civilizations
by Michael E.Salla, Ph.D.

Pre-publication version of article published in Nexus Magazine, vol 13:2 (Feb-March 2006)
Report of an Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon and its Safety Implications
at O'Hare International Airport on November 7, 2006
by Richard F. Haines, Ph.D.
Senior Editor/Chief Scientist
March 9, 2007
 
MUFON 2007 INTERNATIONAL UFO SYMPOSIUM

PROCEEDINGS “AN ESTIMATE OF THE SITUATION:
THE EXTRATERRESTRIAL HYPOTHESIS”

Denver, Colorado
August 10, 11 & 12, 2007
 
Stephenville Lights: A Comprehensive Radar and Witness report Study
Regarding the events of January 8, 2008

by Glen Schulze and Robert Powell
2008
Evidence
The Case For NASA UFOs

“A deep, 6-year, scientific investigation into Unidentified Flying Object phenomenon
broadcast live by NASA throughout the 1990s Space Shuttle Missions”
by David Sereda
 
Dulce underground base
New Mexico
 

UFO-Related Physical Evidence in PDF Format
 
Crop and Ice Circles
Dispersion of energies in worldwide crop formations
by W. C. Levengood and Nancy P. Talbott
January 13, 1999
 
Report on an Ice Circle in NE Utah, February 21, 2002
National Institute for Discovery Science
Las Vegas, Nevada
July 2002
 

Animal Mutilations
Summary Report on A Wave of UFO/Helicopters and
Animal Mutilations in Cascade County, Montana 1974-1977
National Institute for Discovery Science
 
Investigation of A Cattle Mutilation in which the Animal Survived
George E. Onet, DVM, Ph.D.
National Institute for Discovery Science
Las Vegas, NV
 
Histological Changes in Bovine Skin Exposed to Natural
Environmental Conditions

George E. Onet, DVM, Ph.D., Colm Kelleher, Ph.D.
National Institute for Discovery Science
Las Vegas, NV
 
Microscopic Changes In Bovine Tissues Exposed To Microwave
Radiation, High Heat And Cauterization

George E. Onet, D.V.M., Ph.D.
Colm Kelleher, Ph.D.
National Institute for Discovery Science
 
Report on an Investigation of the unexplained death of a
cow in N.E. Utah, October 16, 1998.

Colm A. Kelleher, Ph.D.
George E. Onet, D.V.M., Ph.D.
Eric W. Davis, Ph.D.
National Institute for Discovery Science
1515 E. Tropicana Ave., Suite 400
Las Vegas, NV 89119
 
Unexplained Death of 12 Calves In Oregon — March 2000
George E. Onet, D.V.M., Ph.D.
National Institute for Discovery Science
Las Vegas, NV
 
Investigation of a Report of Animal Mutilation
in Dupuyer, Montana on June 27, 2001

National Institute for Discovery Science
January 2002
 
Three Reports of Unusual Killing and Mutilation of Calves
National Institute for Discovery Science
Las Vegas, NV
February 2002
 
Investigation of an Animal
Mutilation Report in Cache County, Utah

National Institute for Discovery Science
Las Vegas, NV
July 2002
 
Report on Unusual Animal Injuries in Cache County, Utah
National Institute for Discovery Science
Las Vegas NV
July 2002
 
Addendum to the NIDS Report on a
Mutilated Cow in Dupuyer Montana, June 2001

National Institute for Discovery Science
Las Vegas, NV
July 2002
 
Report of Unexplained Deaths of Three Cows and a Bull Calf Near
Valparaiso, Nebraska, April 5 & 7, 2003:
Veterinarian Necropsy Summary Report and Photographs

National Institute for Discovery Science
Las Vegas, Nevada
 
Valparaiso Part 2:
Heavy Metal Liver Analysis of Two
Mutilated Animals from Valparaiso, #237 and #8
National Institute for Discovery Science
Las Vegas, Nevada
 
Valparaiso, Part 3:
Analysis of the Eye fluid from a Mutilated Animal from Valparaiso NE

National Institute for Discovery Science
Las Vegas, Nevada
 
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