Ufology in the Sensational Seventies: Saucers, Science, Space and Secrecy

Merry Christmas from Phantoms and Monsters! “Officer…we ought to let the Air Force take care of this one.” – Lon and Cosmic Ray—–Ufology in the Sensational Seventies:  Saucers, Science, Space and SecrecyBy Dr. Raymond A. Keller, author of the international awards-winning Venus Rising book series, available on amazon.com, while supplies last.You can find all of Dr. Raymond A. Keller’s books at Amazon21 January 1975Central Intelligence Agency Declassifies Historic UFO Document Artwork Source:  KUTV television station news broadcast, Salt Lake City, Utah, 21 January 2021.Ann Druffel (1926-2020) was one of the early members of the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP), directed by Major Donald E. Keyhoe, United States Marine Corps (USMC), Retired, having joined the organization in 1957 and serving as one of the then few female UFO investigators for that group in Southern California.   Residing in Riverside, California, and working by day as a social worker and therapist in Los Angeles, she spent her nights sky watching for UFOs and writing articles about all aspects of ufology for the NICAP UFO Investigator as well as many other periodicals dealing with the flying saucer mystery.  By mid-1969, another UFO group had started up in Quincy, Illinois.  Called the Midwest UFO Network…

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Ufology in the Sensational Seventies: Saucers, Science, Space and Secrecy

Updated: December 19, 2021 — 9:26 am