those of you who wish to research UFO events in your area,
I would suggest that you start at your local library or
University. Most are equipped with microfilm and microfiche
viewing machines with a printing option, and they usually
carry a variety of microfilmed publications including
newspapers, both local and foreign.
sifting through thousands of newspaper pages can be tedious
and monotnous, the results of your search can be thrilling
and satisfying. Especially when you find a report or an
account on a famous UFO case or some other observation
not found anywhere else.
library or University staff is usually very knowledgeable
and can assist you with your research by showing you their
archived material on microfilm and microfiche, as well
as demonstrate how to use the equipment.
MS-7000 MKii Microform Scanner
modern microfilm scanners are cool to use and are usually
connected to lazer printers which give you really nice
photocopies of the articles you want.
few years back, I purchased my own set of microfilm reels
from the Canadian National Archives in Ottawa, which contain
thousands of UFO documents. I used to bring those with
me to the library so that I could view them. But then,
a few years later, I was lucky enough to obtain an old
manual viewer from Laurentian University, which was destined
for the landfill site. After talking with the maintenance
man who worked there, I ended up bringing the machine
MPE-1 Film Reader