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UFO/UAP news roundup (18th September 2022).

Here’s the weekly round-up of all the best new content that is fit to print, and some that probably isn’t, concerning the topic of UFOs, UAPs, and a sugary side-dollop of woo.

The Need To Know crew look at how the sneaky US Navy (after a bout of openness) are now trying to make every UFO video they shoot top secret, refusing to release any of them to the public.

All UAP/UFO videos are now classified and off-limits to the public, according to the U.S. Navy.

Avi Loeb, the cosmologist at Harvard who developed the Galileo Project, speaks about Consciousness, UAPs, AI, Jacques Vallée, and Time Travel.

Dr. David Clarke describes how the year 1952 was a watershed moment for the British government’s pursuit of the UFO mystery. The Flying Saucer Working Party concluded in that year the Ministry of Defense shouldn’t look into UFO sightings unless some substantial proof becomes available.

Although UAP/UFOs have been studied for decades, academics have never explored the most fundamental questions: how many sightings are there, and how many different craft are responsible for those sightings? Using his own numbers, Richard Dolan provides his own answers to these basic concerns.

The UFO that the F-15 pilot saw “reverse explode” was, according to the pilot, quite large.

Engineering suggests that we’ve gone from more advanced to less advanced across the centuries, when it comes to the ancient cultures’ construction techniques. How is that possible?

Peter Robbins discusses his investigation into the controversial life of Wilhelm Reich and his possible ties to UFOs, as well as the changing landscape of the UFO/UAP community.

Bruce Fenton has spent years studying the evidence and coming to the conclusion that items from space have really landed on Earth and may be the relics of extraterrestrial technology that made contact with our planet around 788,000 years ago.

Jerry Freeman, an archaeologist, secretly entered Area 51 in the spring of 1997. (and Papoose Lake). He is the first non-military person ever confirmed to have seen the site Bob Lazar claimed to be a secret military base. According to Lazar, the military has a secret facility where they keep UFOs and try to figure out how they work.

Is Skinny Bob a phoney alien that conceals the existence of a genuine extraterrestrial?

Thanks to science fiction & fantasy author Stephen Hunt for compiling and authoring this weekly report. Best-known for creating the steampunk genre with his best-selling Jackelian series (HarperCollins/Macmillan/Tor), the first of Stephen’s Sliding Void space opera series adventures was simultaneously the #1 most downloaded novel on Amazon UK, Amazon USA, Amazon Australia, and Amazon Canada. Mr. H. now makes time in between scribbling his literary endeavours to go so far down the rabbit hole that we’d need to dispatch the White Rabbit as a Crash Retrieval Specialist to rescue his ass. He’s now released his very first non-fiction work, investigating the odd world of UFOs and UAPs… Strange Incursions. Grab your copy from https://amzn.to/3yUBcRj

UFO/UAP roundup (5/12/21).


Colonel Frog is a long time science fiction and fantasy fan. He loves reading novels in the field, and he also enjoys watching movies (as well as reading lots of other genre books).

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