UFOs

Eye-catching claims about UFOs emitting dangerous radiation take the UK media for a ride

Media reports breathlessly repeated baseless claims about patients being hit by "highly powered microwaves" from UFOS, based on extremely questionable sources.

Is the US government worried about UFOs? Or is that just what THEY want you to think?

Before the media report on the US government's interest in UFOs, they ought to take a look at whose making UFO claims - and who is funding them

The much-hyped UAP report’s lack of substance will do little to deter avid UFO believers

UFO believers eagerly awaited the US government's report into UAPs - the fact that the report offers nothing concrete won't bother them

What links the Flatwoods Monster, the Kelly–Hopkinsville alien encounter, and Mothman?

The connection between three legendary paranormal sightings tells us a lot about why we see what isn't there... and miss what's really there

When predictions fail: UFO cults, QAnon and cognitive dissonance

When their predictions don't come true, cults are faced with a choice: accept reality, or rationalise the failure. Which road will Qanon take?

Is the US government in contact with an alien “galactic federation”?

Haim Eshed, former head of Israel’s Defense Ministry, claims aliens are working with the US government. I'd like to see some evidence.

Captured by Aliens? A History and Analysis of American Abduction Claims, by Nigel Watson

'Captured by Aliens?' is an excellent introduction to alleged alien contact, but misses the opportunity to update on previous editions

Making UFOlogy History: Roswell, and the story of Betty and Barney Hill

From the archives, David Clarke reviews classic UFO cases 60 years after the birth of UFOlogy: the Roswell incident, and Betty and Barney Hill

Latest news

- Advertisement -spot_img