Tag: person

4
Mar

Edward Bulwer-Lytton

Sir Edward George Bulwer-Lytton (b:1803 – d:1873) Author of the world’s most famous opening line, from the novel Paul Clifford (1830): It was a dark and stormy night and the rain fell in torrents — except at occasional intervals, when it was checked by a violent gust of wind which swept up the streets (for […]

4
Mar

Danny Casolaro

Joseph Daniel Casolaro Researcher into the grand unified “octopus” of the global secret government (one tentacle of which was MJ-12). Casolaro went on a trip to meet someone who claimed to be a very important source… His body was found in a hotel bathtub with both his wrists brutally slashed down to the tendons, and […]

4
Mar

Paul Bennewitz

According to Jacques Vallee, Paul Bennewitz was “a respected physicist who managed a small electronics company close to Kirtland Air Force Base. Hypnotized by Dr. Leo Sprinkle, Bennewitz began relating increasingly extreme experiences of abductees and aliens. His “memories” included seeing body parts floating in vats of amniotic fluid in secret laboratories beneath , Dulce, […]

4
Mar

Branton

Bruce Alan Walton (b. September 7, 1960) Best known by his pen name “Branton” (BRuce AlaN WalTON) also: Alan DeWalton Author of countless UFO texts which circulated on bulletin board systems in the days of the proto-Internet. Most of his writing usually consists of juicy pulp fantasy, focusing on the network of underground lizard alien […]

4
Mar

Jodi Dean

Author of the book Aliens in America (Cornell, 1999) which describes alien mythologies and the experience of abductees and contactees in contemporary America. Dean relates their experience to a rising sense of disjuncture and helpless confusion tied to the increasing integration of information technologies into society. The New York Review of Books reviewed Aliens in […]

4
Mar

Gray Barker

May 2, 1925–December 6, 1984 Theatrical booking agent and flying saucer scenester. Author of They Knew Too Much About Flying Saucers (1957), one of the earliest exposés of the Men In Black. Barker is suspected of some MIB/UFO pranking/hoaxing, and was suspiciously on the scene during the Point Pleasant Mothman episodes in the 1960’s (70GCAT, […]

4
Mar

Janet Morris

Science fiction author, lifelong horsewoman, Research Director of the US Global Strategy Council (USGSC). With John Alexander, co-author of The Warrior’s Edge (1990). References wiki: Janet Morris M2 Technologies: Janet Morris

4
Mar

Donald Menzel

Donald Howard Menzel (April 11, 1901 — December 14, 1976) Astronomer. President of the American Astronomical Society (1954-56) Renowned, though incompetent, UFO debunker. In his three anti-UFO books, he argued that all unidentified objects were simply misidentified natural phenomena. A consultant for the National Security Agency Listed as a member in the disinformation performance art […]

4
Mar

Mac Brazel

William W “Mac” Brazel In July of , something crashed onto his ranch outside Roswell, New Mexico. Soon after the Roswell Incident, Mac Brazel left town never to be heard from again. References wiki: Witness_accounts_of_the_Roswell_UFO_incident Interview with Mac Brazel – Roswell Daily Chronicle, July 9, 1947

3
Mar

Fred Beckman

UFO researcher. University of Chicago photographic expert colleague of J Allen Hynek Jacques Vallee, Forbidden Science p209: Belmont. Saturday 13 October 1973 Fred Beckman called this morning: “Magonia has been unleashed!” He said happily. “Hynek left on Thursday for Dayton, and from there he went straight to Pascagoula in Mississippi. Two fishermen have been abducted […]

3
Mar

John Allen Lear

Son of William P. Lear, holder of seventeen world speed records. He claims to have been a pilot for secret government agencies, especially the CIA. Lear is a strong advocate of the theory that live aliens are living in secret underground bases beneath Nellis Air Force Baseand Dulce, New Mexico. He was influential upon Linda […]

26
Feb

Alvin H Lawson

Professor of English at Cal State Long Beach. Performed an experiment with a clinical hypnotist upon eight subjects selected on the basis of having no UFO knowledge or experiences. Under hypnotic regression, the “imaginary abductees” provided a coherent abduction narrative which closely resembled classic abduction cases. This correlation went from larger factors such as saucer […]

25
Feb

Bob Barry

Director of the Twentieth Century UFO Bureau, headquartered in Collingswood, NJ. According to Jaques Vallee the Bureau is on of the groups that compose the fundamentalist religious organization headed by the Reverend Carl McIntire. Barry stated in June 1978 that he had three excellent sources, one in government, the others retired from highly sensitive position, […]

25
Feb

Otto Billig

Professor Otto Billig (1910-1989) Psychiatrist, author, and teacher. His research interests included schizophrenia, art and psychosis, and cross-culture psychiatry. Author of Flying Saucers: Magic in the Skies: a psychohistory (1982). He specialized in the art of schizophrenics and curated exhibits of their art. Received his M.D. from Federal Realschule (Vienna) in 1937. References Vanderbilt University […]

24
Feb

Antonio Villas-Boas

A Brazilian farmer who had one of the most infamous and controversial alien contactee experiences. At about 11pm on October 5, 1957, Antonio and his brother were going to bed and saw a light like the beam of a searchlight in their horse coral which swept over their roof before disappearing. On October 14 at […]