reply to post by copper5661
Thank you very much for posting this.
I am not a researcher into UFO's, but I am a reader.
Light & blessings
Originally posted by copper5661My true introduction to the ufo field, not just my cursory interest due to my own sightings, came in the form of a Keyhoe book, and I was lucky enough to find it at a goodwill. That and used book stores are great places to find these old classics.
reply to post by hotbakedtater
That's the one that I read first. It has been mentioned by current UFO writers so I jumped right in.
I enjoyed it. I like to have a copy I can call my own.
Originally posted by MrMartay
Some great reading there!
Quite apt that a few hours ago the MoD have blocked the release of certain UFO files because "in this particular case the commissioner does not believe that release of the information concerned would further the legitimate public interest in any significant way."
The guy who published the book - Open Skies, Closed Minds - another good read!
MoD blocks release of UFO files.
Originally posted by bananasam
For anyone who has an iPod touch and is tired of getting PDFs and having to go to a local wifi to upload them, try DiskAid. I just uploaded some of these UFO books to use on the go.
Summary: This page offers a list of 100+ papers and monographs about UFOs / UAPs published in professional journals and specialty publications. Two polls of professional & amateur astronomers respectively, on whether they see UFOs or not. Finally 60+ PhD dissertations and academic publications about UFOs.