posted on Apr, 5 2006 @ 09:02 AM
Originally posted by FactoryLad
I'm doing a bit of research into the shadowy UFO investigations group "Aerial Phenomena Enquiry Network" (APEN for short). Material on the net is
Sparse with a capital S - was wondering if anyone on these boards had any knowledge of them?Cheers.
As you may know, Nick Redfern's recently released book "Saucer Spies" has a chapter on APEN.
That book has only just been published, and has had a bit of publicity. The current issue of UFO Review has a long interview with Nick, which
includes a fairly detailed summary of his views on APEN.
See pages 29-33 of the issue of UFO Review at:
For other discussions of APEN, see:
Baker, Alan in his “The Encyclopaedia of Alien Encounters” (1999) at pages 12-13 (in an entry entitled “Aerial Phenomena Enquiry Network
(APEN)”) of the Virgin hardback edition.
Randles, Jenny and Warrington, Peter in their “UFOs : A British Viewpoint” (1979) at pages 26-27 (in Chapter 2) of the Book Club Associates
Randles, Jenny in her “Investigating the Truth Behind MIB” (1997) at pages 154-161 (in Chapter 12) of the Piatkus softcover edition.
Spencer, John in his “The UFO Encyclopedia” (1991) at page 22 (in an entry entitled “APEN (UK)”) of the Guild hardback edition (with the same
page numbering in the Avon softcover edition), at pages 25-26 of the Headline paperback edition.
Vallee, Jacques in his “Revelations” (1991) at pages 222-224 (in Chapter 8) of the Ballantine Books paperback edition.