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Why UFO investigators ignore naysayers & critics from established science

Newsweek Special Edition

The phenomena of UFO abductions is familiar to everyone—even if the experience of one has only ever been secondhand at best. But the ubiquitous perception may be largely inaccurate, stemming from the likes of hackneyed depictions in sci-fi films and clickbait fabrications on the internet. That’s unacceptable to the small but dedicated group of individuals who have pledged their lives to solving this mystery. “I continue my research no matter what, and nothing’s going to stop me, nor will it stop others in the field,” says Denise Stoner, one of the world’s leading authorities on UFO abduction reports and a member of the Mutual UFO Network’s (MUFON) Experiencer Research Team. Experts in the field know that the truth about abductions, whatever it may be, lies within the reports from thousands of people in dozens of countries………….

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UFO Sightings: Is the Government Withholding an Interest in Alien Life?

Newsweek Special Edition

In December 1969, the United States government called for the end of Project Blue Book, its 22-year investigation into unidentified airborne phenomena. Overnight, the authorities’ official position changed from one of indulgent public curiosity to absolute public disinterest. “The Air Force was the head agency during Project Blue Book, where they went out into the field and talked to witnesses, essentially trying to figure out what was going on,” explains John Greenewald, founder of The Black Vault, an Internet-based resource that has compiled more than 1.4 million declassified government documents. “After 1969, it was the United States Air Force that said, ‘no government agency including our own has any interest in this phenomenon.’” But thanks to the dogged effort of Greenewald and other UFO researchers wielding Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, anyone with an Internet connection and an open mind can deduce the government isn’t quite as apathetic toward UFOs as it claims……..

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Bates College professor very familiar with alien-abduction stories

Portland Press Herald

LEWISTON — A Bates College professor has interviewed 300 Americans who believe they’ve been abducted by aliens for an upcoming book. She still doesn’t believe, but she thinks the stories tell us something about our society.

Stephanie Kelley-Romano, a professor of rhetoric, said pop culture is obsessed with aliens, and some people want to believe in aliens and abductions regardless of what experts say.

“If I go to a party and people say what do I do, people gather around, ‘Oh, my God, that’s so awesome, I can’t believe you get paid to do that!’ ” she told the Sun Journal. “And then people disperse. Invariably, at least one if not two or three people will come back to me and say, ‘I know this sounds crazy, but …”

The stories, which she’s compiled into an upcoming book, “What’s Up?” have evolved over the decades.

In the 1960s, more people claimed to be physically taken for hours at a time, she said. Over time, people claimed aliens were warping or freezing time…….

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Aliens invade US-Russian relationship

Igor Bukker

Ufologists seem to suffer from autumn exacerbation of activity. The number of reports about “aliens living among us” has increased recently. Surprisingly, such statements are made in the context of the crisis in the US-Russian relationship. Conspiracy theorists believe that US and Russian presidents are aware of contacts with extraterrestrial civilisations, but they do not want to share their knowledge of that with the general public.

Here is an eye-opening piece of news: an alien served in the security service of former US President Barack Obama. The “person” was even filmed on video – he showed his extraterrestrial essence by strange and suspicious “mechanical” movements of his head, the authors of the theory say. The recording was made at the AIPAC conference in 2012…….

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