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Michael J. Strainic

Michael Strainic was born several weeks after the legendary Roswell UFO crash, and grew up roughly one hundred miles from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. This has caused some close friends to suspect that he is, in fact, one of the survivors of the Roswell crash. Mr. Strainic vehemently denies this allegation. However, he has been involved in the UFO phenomenon virtually his entire life, having had his interest aroused when he saw some (very poor) photos of alleged "Flying Saucers" in a magazine when he was just three years old. This

In the late 1950s, Michael joined both APRO (Aerial Phenomena Research Organization) and NICAP (National Investigations Committee On Aerial Phenomena), the two premier UFO organizations of the day. Later, he joined CUFOS, and then MUFON, where he served briefly as Provincial Director for the Province of British Columbia. He had also served as National Director for Canada and a member of the Board of Directors.

Mr. Strainic has a background in Linguistics and Languages, Literature, Writing, Journalism, and Management. He has been, among other things, a restaurateur, science-fiction writer, business consultant, translator, ghostwriter, restorer of antique automobiles, professional musician, and breeder of purebred cats.

Michael is currently employed as a writer and publisher, involved in both technical writing and advertising.


Source: MUFON 1995 International UFO Symposium Proceedings
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