Maybe, if you see the UFO, the liens will have a nice little " I Love NY" bumper sticker!
Two books I strongly recommend reading:
Aliens From Space: The Real Story of Unidentified Flying Objects, By Maj Donald Keyhoe. 1973. ISBN # 0-385-06751-8
This is a great book. Keyhoe, who was a retired Marine Corps Major, was one of the first people way back in 1949 to blow the whistle about a
govornment coverup of UFOs. He was a good friend of Admiral Roscoe Hillenkoetter, a former director of the CIA and a possible member of the alleged
MJ-12 committee. Keyhoe and Hillenkoetter were classmates at the Naval academy. Keyhoe was also one of the founding members of NICAP, the first major
civilian UFO research organization. In this book, he devotes a whole chapter to the blackout of 1965 and the UFO link. Its a great read. I firmly
And the best book on the Hudson Valley Wave:
Night Seige J. Allen Hynek, Philip j. Imbrogno and Bob Pratt 1987.
ISBN # 1-56718-362-x
Its the most comprehensive documentary on the whole subject. It was also perhaps the last work on UFOs ever written by J Allen Hynek, father of Modern
scientific Ufology, creator of the Close Encounters and High Strangeness classification systems, as he passed away in 1986. He was once the scientific
consultant for the Air Force project Blue Book, as he was the head of the astronomy department for Northwestern University. He eventually became
convinced that the UFO phenomenon was real, although he didnt totally believe it was aliens himself. He did however believed it was worthy of
scientific study and should be taken more seriously. He also was disgusted by the govornment handling of UFOs and the cover-ups. This case was in his
mind, the best he ever had investigated because it met some very important criteria for him: multiple witnesses over a large area of good background,
consistant descriptions, and residual evidence. I recommend this book strongly. This case interests me for two big reasons: Hynek was very interested
and personally involved, and it began my own interest in studying the new black triangle phenomenon.
I also recommend:
The UFO Experience J. Allen Hynek 1972 . ISBN # 1-56924-782-X
This book is the landmark in the scientific evaluation of UFOs, and sets up the classification system and ways to measure and classify UFO sightings.
A Fascinating, great read, and a must for any serious Ufologist.
And for current UFO acitivty in your area, visit:
NOFORC has thre best database online for UFO reports from everywhere, and you can sort them for viewing by state, date, shape of UFO. Its a great
place to get a good look at any UFO activity in your area, keep up on the latest sightings and trends, even waves of UFO sightings.
I hope I have armed you with sufficent knowledge to help you in your own private investigations or curiosity. You live in a hotspot, so make the most
I also suggest reading:
Left at East Gate Larry Warren and Peter Robbins 1997 .
ISBN # 0-56924-759-5
The book is about the Rendelsham Forest Incident in Suffolk, England of 1980, but Larry Warren, original whistle blower of the incident and most
controversial witness in the case, was a native of the Hudson Valley area and witnessed some of the activity there as well.
Anyways, happy hunting! Im not surprised aliens would visit New York. In NYC they say it takes all types!