J. Martin, a journalist by profession, was born in New
York City in 1952, of Puerto Rican parents. After living
in the U.S.A. for five years, his family moved back to
the island of Puerto Rico in the Caribbean. He studied
political science at the University of Puerto Rico.
Martin was introduced to the UFO phenomena in 1975 with
the investigation of a young woman's CE-3
Encounter of the Third Kind) case when
he was a member of the Puerto
Rico Center of UFO Investigations, then associated
for UFO Studies) and the late Dr.
J. Allen Hynek. Jorge has
been employed in different fields such as sales and journalism,
but continued investigating UFO cases after the local
group was disolved in 1978.
Martin has been researching the UFO phenomenon in Puerto
Rico and the Caribbean for over 25 years. He has investigated
and reported on the many important UFO incidents that
happen on the island, one of the world's most active places
pertaining to the UFO/Alien enigma.
has written hundreds of articles on UFOs and related subjects
for newspapers such as El Vocero,
El Oriental, and
El Interrogador in
Puerto Rico and has had articles published in the MUFON
UFO Journal and UFO
(California) magazine. Several international authors and
investigators have published his UFO reports in their
books, such as Timothy
Stringfield, Sebastian Robious, Antonio
Ribera, and Salvador Freixedo.
has participated as lecturer in many international UFO
conferences, as well as in many international documentaries
and T.V. talk shows, mainly reporting on the Puerto Rico
UFO situation. Jorge brings the very latest information
on UFO/Alien activity in Puerto Rico to The
UFO Anthology CD-ROM.
Martin was a speaker at the Ozark
UFO Conference in Eureka Springs,
the First UFO Conference in Springfield,
and prior First World UFO Congresses
Germany. He is currently the editor of the
Puerto Rican magazine ENIGMA
that publishes articles and reports on UFOs, paranormal
phenomena, and other related subjects in Spanish.
in 1990 and is currently the State Director for Puerto
Rico. He married and had brought his bride to Richmond
for the 1993 MUFON
UFO Symposium. He had titled his presented
paper "The Astounding UFO
Experience in Puerto Rico". Due to the
late arrival of his paper, it was not published in the
1993 symposium proceedings.
MUFON 1993 International UFO Symposium