Graylien: The Cosmic Jokers - High strangeness and entity encounters.
It's a labour of love for the creator and
beautifully laid out in 4.1 mb
by Jerry Cohen. It's a difficult site to navigate and yet full of original ideas and obscure elements of
historical ufology. Jerry Cohen is a good guy and keeps the site going despite focusing more on his music and family.
10:15 - Jerry Cohen one of Ufology's un-sung researchers, working solo, quietly and tirelessly behind the scenes. His website is an astounding
mine of real x-file info - a must-visit on-line UFO history book and debunker de-bunker site...
He was interviewed for the SDI podcasts (Errol
Bruce-Knapp) at this link.
Interview is a right-click away
UFO-Joe's Canadian X-Files
is an old-school site full of good stuff at 26.3 mb
CUFOS - The J. Allen Hynek Center for UFO Studies.
. This site hasn't been updated for ages and is so old-fashioned
in layout that it's become fashionably retro. As pedigrees go, it's unbeatable and associated with many big names in ufology (28.4 mb)
is another historical must-see for ufological websites.
PROJECT 1947 is a world-wide effort to document the origins of the modern UFO phenomenon. Research for the project has yielded many early-era UFO
reports via the FOIA, newspaper articles and contemporary accounts. Some of the material gathered by PROJECT 1947 is on display here.
The guys involved here are international and cross over into NICAP and CUFOS. It went off-line for several weeks before returning last autumn. (55.9
for the psycho-social approach to ufology. Full of articles by Kottmeyer,
Ballester-Olmos, John Rimmer and Christopher Allen (CDA for bloggers). Classic scepticism at 5.51 mb
CUFON - Computer UFO Network
contains a wealth of documents, FOIAs and the divisive Pentacle Memo.
CUFON is dedicated to providing a free, 24-hour, public source of reliable, verifiable information. Since 1983, CUFON has been renowned as one of
the few sources of excellent information on this phenomenon, as well as being a pioneer in the electronic media UFO information field.
We strive to present material relating to UFO phenomena and the search for UFO-related government documents obtained through official channels in a
fair and accurate manner.
by Bernard Haisch. The site-name would put a lot of UFO-hounds off visiting despite it containing
some excellent cases and informed commentary. It's one of the rare sites with no hyperbole, no wild speculations and definitely no BS. A tidy 1.53 mb
of intelligent discourse.
The Big Study
by Professor Mike Swords, It comes in as a startling 850 mb and grows with every new
entry. Mike Swords is almost unheard of on ATS and yet, to my mind, is one of the brightest minds to take part in the UFO phenomena. The blog features
commentary by a man who has been neck-deep in the field for decades and is almost unique in staying out of the bickering that perpetually defines the
Google 'Mike Swords JSE' or 'Mike Swords UFO' and read some of the articles he's written.
There's nothing wrong with saving sites to a hard-drive for personal use, but uploading them elsewhere is a different discussion.
I've made an exception for the Living Moon
website and mirrored it to a Chinese server where I live high on the hog
from advertising revenue.