Friday, 12 July 2013

Spacing Out! Ep. 54 - UFO poll at the 2013 Vans Warped Tour (Video)

Published on 12 Jul 2013 By openmindstv
We venture to the Phoenix stop of the Vans Warped Tour to talk with bands and fans about their views related to UFOs and intelligent extraterrestrial life. We also discuss a collaboration between UK astronomers to search for extraterrestrials. That and other space and UFO news on this episode of Spacing Out!

ET UFO DISCLOSURE Astronaut Edgar Mitchell calls FOX NEWS

Published on 2 Jul 2013 By UFOnewsUK
Recently American Astronaut Edgar Mitchell and others informed the President of the United States Barack Obama in writing about the existence of Extraterrestrial Life visiting Earth. How will the US GOV and President react to this bold move on behalf of what could be the most credible testimony on the existence of alien life visiting our planet.

Your Need to Know: Canada's Official UFO Studies

The next episode in our series is titled Canada's Official UFO Studies. We will explore two of Canada's UFO reporting agencies: Project Magnet and Second Story, both established in the early 1950's. Also we will examine some details of the infamous Shag Harbor UFO incident. This case is one of the very few where a government agency formally acknowledges an unidentified flying object. It was determined that no known aircraft was involved in the incident, so the source remains unknown to this day.

Spherical UFO Hovers Above Encinitas, California

Published on 7 Jul 2013 By justa4t
Interesting footage of a metal unidentified flying object (OVNI) over Encinitas, California - Friday, July 5th, 2013

Witness report:
Black orb seen from distance without movement, appeared like balloon but flashed multiple colors before surise, stopped flashing after sunrise
My mother and I work every day at four in the morning in a bar in Encinitas. When we arrived, I did not notice the orb. Normally, the sky is dark and there are no signs of stars because it is either too misty or too cloudy. Nearby, there is a 7-11 where I get a cup of coffee. Before I leave to get coffee, I do a bit of cleaning and head back to the car to retrieve the cup. When I went to get it, I noticed a faint display of colors, rotating in the sky. From the distance, it appeared to be a helicopter or an airplane, but there are no airports in the area. I brushed it off and opened the door to the car and grabbed the cup. When I looked back up, the lights had changed from orange to blue to white and so on. Then I could make out a dark shape that seemed to be changing in shape. I didnt understand, so I went and told mom about it. She came out with me, thinking I was crazy. When she looked into the sky, all she said was "Wow! What is that?" I didnt know what to tell her, but she took out her phone to take pictures. As dawn approached twilight, the shape was beginning to show more and more. Shapeshifting, it was hard to make out what it was doing. Below it, maybe some 20ft away, we saw a green light, blinking as if following it. Through moms phone, all we saw was the green light, but not the orb with the colors. We wondered for minutes what it meant. I took out my own phone, but the camera is old and it made out nothing. Several times, we went back and forth, going in then coming back out to check up on it. Not once did it move, even drift, so it couldnt be a balloon. An hour later, when twilight arrived, we made out a pure spherical object. It shone blue/black and there was a blinking white light under it, no longer in colors. It also appeared to be rotating, with little bumps on the sides. Finally, sunrise, and I was able to take video with my camera but all you can see is a dot in the sky. Today, July 6th, we went to work again but we saw no sign whatsoever of the orb.
Author (source: mufon)

Visionary Predicts Roswell Crash, UFO Disclosure, Lays Groundwork for Thought on Alien Life

Seattle, WA -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/11/2013 -- It's ironic that UFO sightings are surging just at a time the British Ministry of Defence is closing its UFO hotline. While the Vatican, in no less than five public statements, recently declared the alien phenomena to be real, while the U.N. holds not so secret meetings on the subject, while investigative organizations like MUFON are receiving the highest level of UFO sightings ever, while the Canadian former Minister of Defence, Paul Hellyer proclaims the U.S. is hiding UFO encounters, the official stamp is "silence," on the subject. So it is a good time to reflect on the "father of awareness of the alien encounter," H.G. Wells.

Wells' visions were astounding and the accuracy of his predictions are even more magnificent. Wells was a British writer (1866-1946) who, through his writing, foresaw world war, modern mechanized artillery, the use of poison gas as a weapon and the fall of the British Empire. But UFO enthusiasts and believers might be more interested to reflect on an important aspect of Wells' work. That Wells' writings were the first step to wake up the world that we are not alone. In his novel, The War Of The Worlds, Wells wrote of the crashing down of an alien craft from another world and the revelation to humanity that we do not run the universe.

He introduced poison black gas as a deadly weapon as later used in WW1, heat-rays, like the microwave super weapons quietly in use now. He described the aliens as being of a different composition than us and with different tolerances to gravity, atmosphere, sunlight and bacteria, much like scientist are discussing now in relation to the discovery of exoplanets and their possible life forms. Virtually all he predicted has come true. The dark but necessary question is, what about his visions of alien invasion?

His book has been made into movies and radio plays many times but has always been altered to virtually unrecognizable. Now a new movie, War OF The Worlds The True Story, takes the unique approach to Wells' first ever alien contact premise and treats the material as if it actually happened in the year 1900. The movie is presented as a straight up war docudrama -- a war docudrama between Earth and invading aliens. War OF The Worlds The True Story has just been released on DVD and internet On Demand streaming rental to glowing reviews.

Ain't It Cool News said of War Of The Worlds The True Story, "Highly recommended." The Los Angeles Times said, "'War Of The Worlds The True Story' is clever like Wells. Hugely inventive and ambitious."

The Hollywood Reporter called the movie, "Impressive." You Won Cannes said, "Ever since the 1953 movie adaptation of War Of The Worlds there have been numerous other translations of Wells' novel, even a 1988 short lived TV series, but of all the ones I have seen the only two-yes, only two-I find worthy of repeated viewings is the '53 film and this new 2013 docudrama." Steven Rose Jr. of the Sacramento Examiner gave the movie 5 out of 5 stars and said, "'The True Story' carries the suspense and drama of both the 1953 movie and Spielberg's 2005 version but in a more realistic manner through its documentary style."

Without Wells' visionary idea, who knows how long it would have been before we awakened to the possibility, and now the likelihood, that we are not alone? War Of The Worlds The True Story is rentable right from the Facebook Fanpage: The movie is on DVD with special features and extras through the War Of The Worlds The True Story official website and can be rented in online streaming through Vimeo as well. War Of The Worlds The True Story is coming to Amazon later in July.

Google Doodle celebrates 66th anniversary of Roswell UFO incident

The US Air Force had closed the case and denied the reports about aliens and said that what witnesses saw as aliens were actually life-sized anthropomorphic test dummies.

Search engine giant Google commemorates the 66th anniversary of the Roswell UFO incident which took place back in 1947.
Generations of UFO enthusiasts along with conspiracy theorists have claimed that US military had captured a crashed alien aircraft outside Roswell in July 1947, but authorities insisted that the incident merely involved the recovery of debris from a top secret surveillance balloon, reports the Guardian.
The US Air Force had closed the case and denied the reports about aliens and said that what witnesses saw as aliens were actually life-sized anthropomorphic test dummies.
The doodle errs on the side of humour and allows users to control a small animated alien figure as it goes about a series of tasks on a Roswell-like landscape, the report added.

Crew completes filming for Maury Island UFO incident movie

A production crew recently wrapped shooting on an upcoming short film about the 1947 Maury Island UFO incident.
The Maury Island Incident poster. (Credit: South King Media)
The Maury Island Incident poster. (Credit: South King Media)
According to the filmmakers:
The short film is based on the true story – taken directly from declassified FBI documents – of Harold Dahl’s June 21, 1947 UFO sighting near Maury Island and the first reported ‘Man In Black’ encounter that happened the next day. An investigation followed that resulted in a mysterious crash of a B-25 carrying “slag” evidence from the encounter, which killed Capt. William Davidson and Lt. Frank Brown (this film will be dedicated to them). This case went all the way up to FBI Executive Director J. Edgar Hoover, who expressed personal interest in it.
The film is now moving into post-production where it will be edited and assembled into the final product. Vashon-Maury Island Beachcomber explains that the makers of The Maury Island Incident intend to enter the estimated twenty-to-fourty-minute film into various film festivals. And they also plan to use the film to pitch the idea of a feature film or TV series based on the event.
Producer/Director Scott Schaefer. (Credit:
Producer/Director Scott Schaefer. (Credit:

The film’s director and producer is Scott Schaefer, recipient of three national Emmy Awards for his writing work on shows including Bill Nye the Science Guy. Having worked in television for more than twenty-seven years, his directing credits include The Arsenio Hall Show and America’s Funniest People. According to Vashon-Maury Island Beachcomber, Schaefer became interested in ufology “in the early 1990s, when he worked in Hollywood as a field director of a television show called ‘Sightings,’ which delved into the mysteries of flying saucer sightings.” Schaefer explains, “Let’s just say I went into that show as a skeptic, and came out a non-skeptic.”
Now that the film has entered post-production, the filmmakers are hoping to premiere the film by the end of the year.
For more information about The Maury Island Incident movie, visit the film’s website at

Topic UFO: Bret Oldham - Children of the Greys

Bret Oldham, alien abductee and author of the new book Children of the Greys, joins host Rick Scouler to discuss his life long connection with the Greys. Also discussed, is Bret's recent episode on Monsters and Mysteries in America, as seen on the Destination America channel.

Free Issue of: UFO Magazine (PDF Format)

By UFO Magazine
I am so happy to announce that the new issue is finally here!  Click on this link.
The whole issue is totally free, as a thank you to subscribers, mostly, who have waited very patiently for their magazine. Once you start looking through the PDF that comes with the download link, you will immediately see, I think, that the magazine is newer, different, and yet -- still the same, I hope.

New Crop Circle Discovered In Italy

Crop circle Robella Asti
Published on 4 Jul 2013 By Aereovisione
Riprese aeree del cerchio nel grano a Robella d'Asti ( Località : Cavallo Grigio, Robella, Asti ). apparso nel luglio 2013 , il team Aereovisione sorvola il campodi grano  con i droni e realizza il video del crop circle dall'alto , crop circle asti , crop circle Robella. buona visione in Full HD 1080p.
Aerial photography of crop circle to Robella d'Asti (location: Grey Horse, Robella, Asti). appeared in July 2013, the team typically reserves over the grain Aereovisione with drones and produces the video crop circle from the top, crop circle, crop circle Robella. enjoy in Full HD 1080 p.

Crop Circle Robella Asti July 2013
Published on 5 Jul 2013 By Diana Dentinger
Curiosity and openness help you meet wonderful people. Here I am chatting with the owners of the field where the latest crop circle appeared. For you, a piece of our talk... in English and Italian.

Morgan Freeman doesn’t think aliens will eat us

Oscar-winning actor Morgan Freeman revealed in a recent interview that he doesn’t believe extraterrestrials who visit Earth will eat humans.
Freeman, who is currently the executive producer and host of the Science Channel’s popular series Through The Wormhole, was recently interviewed by HuffPost Science. When asked if extraterrestrial life exists, Freeman responded with the seemingly trendy, go-to answer: “If you look out into the universe, there are just billions of galaxies, and each galaxy contains billions and billions of stars. So it’s ludicrous to imagine that there aren’t other populated worlds.” But when asked if he thinks intelligent extraterrestrial life exists, he answered, “I think life itself is intelligent. All life has intelligence. Otherwise it doesn’t exist.”

And when HuffPost Science asked Freeman if he worries about carnivorous extraterrestrials coming to Earth and eating humans, he replied, “Noooo. Suppose they are carnivorous. Does that mean they eat us?”

(Credit: Science Channel)
Freeman also revealed that he has never seen a UFO, and that he doesn’t believe extraterrestrials have visited Earth. He opined, “I cannot believe that we have been secretly visited by another life form that didn’t leave more of a record of its having been here. If they came, why leave? It had to be an enormous journey.”
Through the Wormhole is currently in its fourth season on the Science channel.
You can read the full interview with Morgan Freeman on the Huffington Post website.

UFO TV: Top 100 UFO Videos Of All Time From 16 Countries / UFO Disclosure In Russia

    Top 100 UFO Videos Of All Time From 16 Countries
Published on 9 Jul 2013
Now featuring the ultimate UFO Video Archive with of over 100 of the best UFO Videos ever caught on tape, from 16 countries and from Earth Orbit by NASA and the Russian Space Authority, set to music with an Eclectic and Diverse, Original World Beat Music Soundtrack by the band Warless Society. Each UFO Video includes the location, date, time and the name of the person who filmed the UFO. All of the UFO Videos in this film are presented in the order they were filmed and represent the best selection of authentic UFO Videos ever made public.

    UFO Disclosure In Russia

Published on 13 Oct 2012
EBE Award Winner - This film represents an important chapter in Ufology and Disclosure history and is considered by many to be an underground classic.

Join UFO investigators on this historic occasion, as they meet for the first time with High Ranking Russian Military Officials and Representatives from the former KGB, at the Russian Anti-Aircraft Academy of Defense in Tver, Russia, to examine UFO evidence collected by the Russian Government in a free and open détente as Russia officially joins the UFO disclosure movement. This program includes filmed evidence from the Russian Military and the Russian Space Program, that proves that there is an unexplainable UFO presence in our skies. Includes photos and video of alien spacecraft.

UFO Experts Nick Pope And David Clarke Have One Thing In Common: They Hate Each Other

Last month, the British government released 4,400 pages of previously unreleased documents. It's the last of the so-called UFO files that had not been available to the public.
But is the public really being told the truth? The answer depends on who you ask.
Britain's top UFO authorities are hardly in agreement. In fact, the only thing they have in common is disrespect for one another.
In one corner, we have Nick Pope, the former Ministry of Defense (MoD) employee who worked on the official UFO desk in the early 1990s.
In the other corner, we have David Clarke of Sheffield Hallam University, who has been the official consultant to the National Archives for its just-concluded five-year program to release more than 50,000 pages of MoD UFO files.
Gentlemen, let's see a fair fight. Keep your gloves up. Let's see no shots below the belt. In case of a knockdown, go to a neutral corner.
The recent slugfest began with Pope's comment on the UFOs and Nukes site: "Some people would probably use the term 'useful idiot' to describe [Clarke's] parroting the MoD 'no defense significance' sound bite, which was designed solely to keep Parliament, the media and the public off our backs."
Clarke's response: "Pope's condescending description of me as a 'useful idiot' is not only personally insulting but gross hypocrisy, coming from a man who has himself 'parroted' the official MoD line on UFOs whilst employed by them until 2006 and even continues to do so today when it suits his purposes and/or his audience. Therefore, by his own definition, he was a useful idiot but more likely is now just an idiot," Clarke told The Huffington Post in an email.
The National Archives first started releasing the files in 2008 -- leading up to the official closing of that country's UFO desk in 2009. The U.K. ended its public investigation of UFOs after officials decided, after more than 50 years, "no UFO sighting reported to [MoD] has ever revealed anything to suggest an extra-terrestrial presence or military threat to the U.K."
The five-year grand total of 209 files of approximately 52,000 pages has led to a strong undercurrent of disagreement between Pope and Clarke, the two individuals who have been the prime purveyors of information to the public about the nature and significance of the UFO files.


Pope, seen above, was employed by the Ministry of Defense (MoD) between 1985 and 2006. For three of those years -- 1991-1994 -- he worked in an MoD division where he investigated UFO reports. Because his internal work at the MoD included pouring through many UFO accounts, Pope was sought out by media outlets in 2008 when the UFO files began to be released to the public.
"[Clarke] is a folklore buff who's interested in fairies and goblins and I've been told he privately thinks some UFOs and alien abductions may represent 'some sort of supernatural phenomenon,'" Pope stated. "He keeps this opinion to himself, presumably because he's worried people would think he's a nut. So he's no sinister debunker -- just a slightly odd hobbyist, reading out the government press release."
Clarke, a senior lecturer in journalism at Sheffield Hallam University, teaches media law and investigation skills. He also has a Ph.D in Folklore. Starting in 2000, he used the Freedom of Information Act to campaign and finally persuade the British government to release all of its UFO material.
"Quite frankly, Nick Pope is suffering from a bad case of sour grapes and his claims -- for example, that I am a folklore 'buff' who secretly believes in alien abductions -- sound increasingly like the rantings of a deranged man who has realized the game is up and there are no more MoD gravy-trains to hitch a ride on," Clarke said.
On the surface, it might seem that both Pope and Clarke would ideally present the U.K. UFO information to the public in a collaborative spirit designed to assure the public that the truth is out there.
But that's not been the case. Here's more:
"Clarke is one of the small number of British Ufologists who are absolutely obsessed with me to the point of putting in multiple FOIA requests to the MoD, to monitoring everything I say in any interview and then repackaging it as his own," Pope told HuffPost in an email.
"I think it's a matter of public record that there are two or three Ufologists in the U.K. who follow my every word and deed, take apart every statement I make and just obsess over me. And I think that part of this is because I did this for the government and they are obsessed with the idea of what MoD does or doesn't know about this."
Clarke's response: "I have put a lot of effort into the campaign to first persuade MoD to release these files and then spent five years working with the press team at The National Archives to open them to public scrutiny.
"As a skeptic, I never expected any praise from the UFO believer camp for my efforts, but I have been taken aback by the venom and pure malice directed at me personally that has greeted the completion of this disclosure project," Clarke said.
Whenever a new batch of UFO files had been released over the past few years, Pope and Clarke, seen below, were the go-to guys for information about the files. Yet, they've often given opposing points of view about the material, causing a sense of confusion to the public.


"Let me put it this way," said Pope. "I learned about UFOs at the MoD. It was my government job. David Clarke learned about it because he was a member of the British UFO Research Association. It was my government job and his hobby. That being the case, I'd done it from the inside, he looked at it from the outside. It doesn't surprise me that we come to different views."
And Clarke's retort: "I find it incredible that he continues to peddle the lie that he was the public face of the [UFO] project and I was just some clerical assistant brought to cover when he was too busy getting his face on TV. This is demonstrably untrue and I find it even more incredible that some people across the pond appear to believe him without bothering to check the facts -- just logging onto the National Archives UFO website is all that is needed."
One big issue that continues to drive a wedge between these two is the question of whether or not all U.K. UFO documents were actually released. Clarke says yes. Pope says no.
Pope: "By the MoD's own admission, Defense Intelligence staff files on the [military multi-witness] Rendlesham Forest incident were 'inadvertently destroyed.' MoD stated that a ship's log for HMS Manchester, that might have contained details of a UFO seen during a NATO exercise, was blown overboard by a 'freak gust of wind.' Gun camera footage of UFOs taken by RAF jets in the 60s, as well as UFO photos that were on my office wall for many years, have been 'mislaid.'
Clarke: "Fact: there are no other substantial papers being withheld. The onus on anyone who claims there are is to say what these documents are and which agency is holding them. The ones mentioned by Pope, i.e. Defense Intelligence files from the '50s and '80s, and gun camera footage, etc., were destroyed years ago and Pope knows this, so he is once again playing fast and loose with the facts, knowing that he has to keep making money out of this subject, and if there are no more mysteries, he has to find another way to earn his living."
One other item in this ongoing war of words is worth mentioning. It involves a story told by Pope in his 1999 book, "The Uninvited," in which he recounts an alien abduction that allegedly happened in Florida to someone named "Peter."
Clarke believes that it was, in fact, Pope who experienced this bizarre encounter and who has been trying to hide that fact from the world ever since it happened.
"Is it me or Nick Pope who is actually a repressed believer in alien abductions? The evidence suggests Pope is talking about himself and is so scared of being labeled a nut that he has gone to extraordinary lengths to play down this story. Was it because he was ordered to do so by his employers at MoD? We will never know because he has asked MoD not to release the files that contain his correspondence with them on this issue."
Pope's response: "Some Ufologists took exception to the fact that I used some pseudonymous cases in my alien abduction book. I replied that witness confidentiality applied without exception and added something like 'even if it was me,' as a joke. The joke spread and I replied that I could 'neither confirm nor deny' (NCND) the rumor. NCND is a Ministry of Defense in-joke, just as 'I could tell you but then I'd have to kill you' is an in-joke in the intelligence community. This was simply a bit of harmless fun at the expense of some of the Ufologists who take such an obsessive interest in me. I've never seen a UFO -- let alone from the inside!
"What I have, though, dealt with MoD about and asked them to withhold was all the private papers that have to do with the media work I do."
If there are any losers here, it must be the public, for the confusion this has brought up. After tens of thousands of pages of UFO files have been released by the U.K., who are we supposed to believe about how significant (or not) those documents really are?
It's probably too much to hope for Pope and Clarke to sit down together and iron it all out. But maybe all is not lost as Pope offers a bit of an olive branch to his opponent.
"'Useful idiot' is an old Soviet term for someone fooled into spreading propaganda, so it means somebody who's been duped and not somebody who's an imbecile. If Clarke was unaware of this, misunderstood my remark and took offense, then I apologize unreservedly."
At least that's a start.

UFO Movie News Round Up

By Robbie Graham

Christian Slater and his crew are stranded in… erm… Stranded, a new sci-fi horror in which humanity’s first contact with an alien lifeform gets gooey on the lunar surface. thinks it looks like Moon meets The Thing. With a dash of Doctor Who's "Waters of Mars."
Here’s the trailer…

Stranded is out now on VOD and opens in cinema July 26.

Pacific Rim - Review 

Published By: IGN

Published By Clevver Movies

In Search of Alien Viruses


By Nick Redfern

There is one thing that we can say for sure about the UFO presence on our world: it acts in a decidedly stealthy manner. It never lays its cards fully on the table. It lurks in the shadows. It surfaces only briefly, tantalizing and amazing those for whom it manifests. After which, like a typical chain-rattling spectre it’s gone again. It’s not – so far as we know – overtly hostile. On the other hand, it has done nothing to help improve our situation on Earth, either. In that sense, the phenomenon is more than a bit of a conundrum.
One day, however, the phenomenon may come storming out of those shadows and remain in full view for all to see. If that does happen, and it proves to be malevolent, then we had better watch out. Big time.
If the intelligences behind the UFO issue are hostile to us, but – right now – are merely biding their time, then it’s worth noting that an all-out assault on the Human Race may not come via a standard sci-fi scenario of the kind that appeared in War of the Worlds or Independence Day. Rather, it may come in the form of a deadly, unstoppable alien virus, perhaps one genetically tinkered with to ensure that it only targets the Human Race.


Such a situation might not only be hazardous for us, as a species. Conceivably, it could lead to our absolute extinction. The scenario of such an extraterrestrial virus reaching the Earth was most memorably played out in Michael Chrichton’s novel (and the movie based on the novel), The Andromeda Strain. In the story, a deadly extraterrestrial virus is brought to Earth when an American space vehicle crashes near an Arizona town. Within no time at all, the virus practically wipes out the entire local population.
A group of scientists is selected to try and combat the deadly hazard from another world. Their attempts to do so are undertaken in the Area 51-like Wildfire laboratory, which is located far below the Nevada desert, and to where the contaminated bodies have been taken. The race is quickly on to try and find a cure for the virus before it affects not just a small town in Arizona, but the entire planet.
So, why am I mentioning this now? Well, Dr. Robert Wood – father of
UFO researcher Ryan Wood – has a brand new book out called Alien Viruses: Crashed UFOs, MJ12, & Biowarfare. It tells the dark and disturbing story of what may very well be chillingly real Andromeda Strains, the vast majority of them having links to the UFO phenomenon.
Back in 2006, Bob Wood asked me if I would be interested in ghostwriting Alien Viruses for him. I thought about the proposal both long and hard. I have, however, always taken the view that it behooves us – indeed it is vital – to look at all of the available evidence pertaining to this particular aspect of the UFO controversy with an unbiased mind – and an open one, too.


Bob has been carefully looking into the potentially very disturbing angle of UFOs incidents, and their connections to a lethal alien virus, since the 1990s. And so, since Bob uncovered a wealth of material on this very topic, much of which was previously unseen or unappreciated in terms of its relevance, I accepted the assignment to ghost-write the book.
Bob Wood has quite literally gone where no UFO researcher has gone before in his quest, having tirelessly pursued this seldom-trod path with utter diligence and complete dedication. His findings will interest you, they will astound you, and they may even make you concerned for our future as a species, and about our interactions with the intelligences behind the on-going UFO presence on our world.
And so, I have no hesitation in offering Bob both my support and my admiration, for having had the determination and the sheer guts to delve deep into an area that many lesser souls have either steered clear of, or have openly derided and dismissed as being of no consequence. The results of Bob Wood’s in-depth work and eye-opening discoveries should be read by anyone and everyone interested in the controversial world of the crashed UFO.


If the UFO phenomenon does, one day, turn hostile, then an all-out assault may not come via the tired, old, sci-fi approach of “laser guns” and the like. Rather, it may come in the form of an invisible, silent, and fast-acting killer, one against which we have no protection and absolutely no antidote. The end just might arrive in the form of a deadly virus from the stars that takes us out before we even know what’s afoot.
Read Bob Wood’s Alien Viruses. It’s an important contribution to the UFO field, on a controversial and disturbing subject that doesn’t get the coverage it should.