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Specialty UFO Publications

This collection of UFO-related publications is a rare find and I've taken great care at archiving them on this site for future generations of Truth Seekers.

Among these magazines from the past, you will find the APRO Bulletin. APRO (Aerial Phenomena Research Organization) was an investigative group that was created in the very early days of the modern UFO era, along with NICAP (National Investigative Committee on Aerial Phenomena) which preceded MUFON (Mutual UFO Network). Some members of these groups later became the leading researchers in the field of UFOlogy.


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PULP PRESS

               
               

The Hidden History of Flying Saucers
John Keel article from the Vol. 4, Issue 1, 1966, quarterly Unsolved UFO Sightings. At Scribd.

The Ring-Shaped UFO
Vol. 4, 1967, Flying Saucers UFO Reports article on unusual sighting. At Rense.com.

"UFO" Revisited

"UFO" Revisited, Part Two
February 1977 Official UFO Magazine article by Robert Barrow on the 1956 docu-drama UFOs: The True Story Of Flying Saucers. At NICAP.


A Most Remarkable UFO Documentary Film
Winter 1977 Argosy UFO article article by Robert Barrow on the 1956 docu-drama UFOs: The True Story Of Flying Saucers. At NICAP.

RESEARCH, REPORTS, AND OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS:
Memorandum To The Press: Project "Saucer"
April 27, 1949 Air Force "digest of preliminary studies made by the Air Material Command, Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, on 'Flying Saucers'". At Project 1947.

AF Manual 50-12: Ground Observers' Guide
November 1951 Air Force guide "published for the information and guidance of the civilian Ground Observers in the Air Defense System". 37-page PDF at NOUFORS.

UK Declassified Files
Declassified British government reports and other documents from 1950 through 1954. 22-page PDF at Black Vault.

How To Make FLYOBRPTS
1953 instruction manual from Project Blue Book for distribution to Air Force intelligence officers worldwide. 72-page PDF at CUFON.

Confidential NICAP Report to Congress
June 1960 document subtitled "Dangers of Secrecy on UFOs and Digest of Documented Evidence". 11-page PDF at NICAP.

Electro-Magnetic Effects Associated with UFOs
June 1960 NICAP document of reported effects on engines and electronics associated with UFO sightings from 1945-1959. 28-page PDF at NOUFORS.

UFOs: Greatest Scientific Problem of Our Times?
April 1967 address by physicist James McDonald to the annual meeting of the American Society of Newspaper Editors. 28-page PDF at Princeton University.

UFOs - An International Scientific Problem
March 1968 address by physicist James McDonald to the Astronautics Symposium at the Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute. 41-page PDF at Princeton University.

Statement On Unidentified Flying Objects
July 1968 statement by physicist James McDonald to the House Committee on Science and Astronautics. 55-page PDF at Princeton University.

Blue Book UFO Reports At Sea By Ships
2002 paper by by A.F. Rullan, including the reporting procedures used by the US Navy to forward reports to Blue Book. 55-page PDF at WaterUFO.net.

UFO Historical Review

             
             
             

Journal of UFO History

             
             

A.P.R.O. Bulletin

Started by researchers Jim and Coral Lorenzen, APRO (Aerial Phenomena Research Organization) was one of two major international civilian research organizations (the other being NICAP) devoted to investigating and reporting on incidents during the 1950s and 1960s. In particular, the APRO Bulletin represented the primary source for reports from South America during those times, and clippings from the bulletin often appeared in the files of Project Blue Book (the official Air Force investigation into the phenomenon). This extensive collection at Open Minds is a rare find for which it deserves much praise.

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Flying Saucer Review

Founded by a group of researchers in Great Britain in 1955, and edited by jet test pilot and aviation journalist Derek Dempster, Flying Saucer Review was a compendium of news and opinion from around the world. Today, the collection represents a unique and valuable historical archive of the events of the early decades in the phenomenon -- many of them virtually ignored by the mainstream press -- as well as offering a fascinating insight to the times. This collection at Ufología Heterodoxa is a rare find for which it deserves much praise.

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Flying Saucer Review - Case Histories

Founded by a group of researchers in Great Britain in 1955, and edited by jet test pilot and aviation jouranlist Derek Dempster, Flying Saucer Review was a compendium of news and opinion from around the world. The Case Histories were a special supplemental publication taking detailed looks at individual incidents. This collection at Ufología Heterodoxa is a rare find for which it deserves much praise.

     
     
     
     
     

NICAP UFO Investigator

Founded in 1956 by physicist Thomas Townsend Brown, NICAP -- the National Investigations Committee On Aerial Phenomena -- was the largest and most mainstream organization of its time, whose membership included top CIA and military officers, journalists and scientists, along with the general public. With chapters across the world, membership eventually swelled to 14,000. This collection at UFO Doc Archive is a rare find for which it deserves much praise.

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Sources:

http://www.openminds.tv/apro-bulletins
http://www.cufos.org/UFOI_and_Selected_Documents/UFOI/
http://www.saturdaynightuforia.com/html/libraryufospecialtymagazines.html
http://www.afu.se/Downloads/Magazines/United%20States/

 
 
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