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Alexander G. Keul, 1954 age 70 years

Suggestions, THE A.P.R.O. BULLETIN , 1972 p. 2
APRO Informationsblatt Fur Osterreich, THE A.P.R.O. BULLETIN vol. 21 N. 5, 1973 p. 9
Vous allez avoir affaire à eux!, OVNI Présence N. 37/38, 1987 p. 4
Claude MAUGÉ, A propos d'une étude, OVNI Présence N. 37/38, 1987 p. 31

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Alexander G. KEUL, PSYCHOLOGICAL and PERCEPTIVE ASPECTS: The Dark Side of the UFO pp.91-111
UPIAR Forum pp.192-197
Alexander G. KEUL, State of Art pp.198-203
UFO PHENOMENA
VOL. IV N. 1 1981
Name: Keul, Alexander G. (1954) ; Siegel, Ronald K.
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Alexander G. KEUL, SECTION IV - PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PERCEPTIVE ASPECTS: The Austrian UFO Witness Project pp.41-44
UPIAR Research In Progress
Volume 1 No 1 1982
Name: Keul, Alexander G. (1954)
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Alexander G. KEUL, What Could Be This? pp.15-20
Alexander G. KEUL, Inside the Window pp.121-124
Alexander G. KEUL, Five Selected Cases pp.141-145
Author:Roberto FARABONE (ed.)
Title: INTERNATIONAL UPIAR COLLOQUIUM ON HUMAN SCIENCES AND UFO PHENOMENA - Proceedings - Salzburg, July 26-29, 1982
Serie:Upiar Monograph
Publisher: UPIAR, Milano 1983
Name: Keul, Alexander G. (1954) ; Donderi, Don C. (1937) ; Evans, Hilary (1929 - 2011) ; Farabone, Roberto (1944) ; Izzo, Francesco ; Lawson, Alvin H. (1929 - 2010) ; Maugé, Claude (1946) ; Mulacz, Wilhelm Peter ; Schönherr, Luis ; Scott, Malcolm ; Toselli, Paolo (1960)
Language:English
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Alexander G. KEUL, Inside the window pp.107-109
Journal of Transient Aerial Phenomena
Vol. 3 N. 2 April 1984
Name: Keul, Alexander G. (1954)
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A. G. KEUL, Five selected cases pp.198-202
Journal of Transient Aerial Phenomena
Vol. 4 N. 1 September 1985
Name: Keul, Alexander G. (1954)
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Alexander KEUL, Message to ASSAP investigators. Sheffield, November 1985 pp.41-43
Alexander KEUL, Ken PHILLIPS, The unidentified witness. UFO witness psychology result pp.43-45
Journal of Transient Aerial Phenomena
Vol. 4 N. 2 March 1986
Name: Keul, Alexander G. (1954) ; Phillips, Ken
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Alexander KEUL, Ken PHILLIPS, Assessing the Phenomena: Assessing the witness
Authors: Hilary EVANS, John SPENCER (eds.)
Title: UFOs 1947-1987: THE 40 YEAR SEARCH FOR AN EXPLANATION
Publisher: Fortean Tomes, London 1987
Name: Keul, Alexander G. (1954) ; Phillips, Ken ; Ballester Olmos, Vicente-Juan (1948) ; Bougard, Michel (1947) ; Chalker, William (Bill) Clifford (1952) ; Evans, Hilary (1929 - 2011) ; Haines, Richard F. (1937) ; Hansen, Kim ; Hind, Cynthia (1923 - 2000) ; Hough, Peter ; Keel, John A. (1930 - 2009) ; Liljegren, Anders (1950) ; Maugé, Claude (1946) ; McCampbell, James M. (1924 - 2008) ; Roberts, Andy (1956) ; Rzepecki, Bronislaw ; Shough, Martin ; Smith, Willy (1921 - 2006) ; Spencer, John ; Stringfield, Leonard H. (1920 - 1994) ; Svahn, Clas (1958) ; Vallée, Jacques (1939) ; Verga, Maurizio (1963) ; Vincente, Enrique ; Watson, Nigel (1954)
Language:English
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Alexander KEUL, Ken PHILLIPS, Etude: Lumières sur le témoin. Constatations sur la psychologie des témoins pp.30-32
OVNI Présence
N. 37/38 Juillet - Aout 1987
Name: Keul, Alexander G. (1954) ; Phillips, Ken ; Scornaux, Jacques (1946)
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Alexander KEUL, Ken PHILLIPS, THE UFO - An unidentified form of creativity? pp.36-45
Journal of Transient Aerial Phenomena
Vol. 5 N. 2 March 1988
Name: Keul, Alexander G. (1954) ; Phillips, Ken
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Alex KEUL, Evaluation of the GEP-CENAP Perception Experiment pp.20-23
UFO Times
N. 12 March 1991
Name: Keul, Alexander G. (1954)
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Ken PHILLIPS, Alex KEUL, The New BUFORA Sighting Questionnaire pp.17-21
UFO Times
N. 16 Winter 1991
Name: Keul, Alexander G. (1954) ; Phillips, Ken ; Wootten, Mike
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Alexander G. KEUL, I. Case Studies: Investigating Ball Lightning Eyewitness Report
Authors: Vicente-Juan BALLESTER OLMOS, Richard W. HEIDEN
Title: The Reliability of UFO Witness Testimony Color Edition
Publisher: UPIAR, Torino 2023
Name: Keul, Alexander G. (1954) ; Abrassart, Jean-Michel (1976) ; Albright, Thomas D. ; Ares De Blas, Félix (1947) ; Badfield Douglass, Amy ; Ballester Olmos, Vicente-Juan (1948) ; Berché Cruz, Carles ; Borraz Aymerich, Manuel (1961) ; Bullard, Thomas Eddie (1949) ; Callahan, Tim ; Campo Pérez, Ricardo (1965) ; Carlson, James T. ; Conesa-Sevilla, Jorge ; da Silva, Luiz Augusto L. ; Das, Surabhi ; Delaval, Marcel (1945) ; Dodier, Oliver ; Dumerchat, Frédéric (1954) ; Forrest, David ; French, Christopher ; García Cabria, Ignacio (1955) ; Guasp, Miguel (1953) ; Haines, Richard F. (1937) ; Heiden, Richard W. ; Huston, Peter ; Ickinger, Jochen (1961) ; Kelley, Stephanie M. ; Krippner, Stanley C. ; Lansley, Hélène ; Leduc, Marc (1947) ; Magin, Ulrich (1962) ; Maillot, Eric (1959) ; Martins, Leonardo B. ; Maugé, Claude (1946) ; Mavrakis, Daniel (1960) ; Meena, Subhash ; Myers, Craig R. ; Newman, Leonard S. ; Nickell, Joe (1944) ; Noll, Richard ; Oberg, James E. (1944) ; Palmer, Susan J. (1946) ; Passot, Xavier ; Peiniger, Hans-Werner (1957) ; Plaza del Olmos, Julio ; Posner, Gary P. ; Printy, Tim (1959) ; Rabeyron, Thomas ; Raduga, Michael ; Reis, Carlos ; Robé, Raoul (1958) ; Rospars, Jean-Pierre (1948) ; Ruesga Montiel, Josè (1947) ; Scribner, Scott R. ; Sharps, Matthew J. ; Suenaga, Cláudio Tsuyoshi ; Van Utrecht, Wim (1959) ; Watson, Nigel (1954) ; Wheeler, Gregory J. ; White, Luise ; Young, Robert R. (1944)
Language:English
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Image not available UFO PHENOMENA
an international annual review devoted to the scientific study of ufo phenomena
VOL. IV N. 1 1981
Cooperativa Studi e Iniziative UPIAR, Milano

Editor: Roberto FARABONE
Name: Keul, Alexander G. (1954); Siegel, Ronald K.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
R. FARABONE, F. IZZO, R. CABASSIWe Are Not Alone3-12

GATHERING and PROCESSING of DATA
François LOUANGEDigital UFO Picture Analysis19-48
Abstract: This paper is intended for those UFO investigators who have heard of picture processing by computers, but only have a vague idea of what this actually means. An overview of available digital techniques to enhance and analyze pictures in general is presented, with more emphasis on those features which are of direct interest for analysis of alleged UFO photographs, such as edge enhancement and deblurring. Although mathematical developments have been avoided, some background in mathematical analysis, is required to understand the concepts underlying the techniques presented. Investigations on an alleged UFO picture are carried out in two steps: establish or reject authenticity, and extract information on the phenomenon. For both steps, specific types of work performed efficiently by digital means are presented; in particular, searching for evidence of hoaxes based on small artifacts, and enhancement of picture quality are considered. Digital picture processing proves to be a powerful tool for research into photographic evidence of the UFO phenomena, especially when used in conjunction with other means, e.g. optical or chemical analysis of the films.

PHYSICAL ASPECTS
Bruce S. MACCABEETechnical Analysis of the New Zeland UFO Film: the Ampersand Image51-74
Abstract: This is the first of two papers which present results of technical analyses of one frame of the New Zealand film obtained by cameraman David Crockett during the early morning of Dec. 31, 1978. A highly summarized version of the New Zealand sightings and an analysis of the ampersand image is presented in this paper. The ampersand image is an image that was smeared by relative motion between the light source and the camera in such a way to produce a complex loop in the form of an ampersand, "&". This paper contains my conclusion that the image might have been generated if the camera bumped into something. In the following paper Richard Haines discusses the experimental results of his test of the 'bump theory'. Flying in a less heavy plane and using a less heavy camera he was unable to create any loop image, even though he intentionally vibrated his camera.
Richard F. HAINESComments on Selected Aspects of the New Zeland UFO of Dec. 31, 197875-84
Abstract: Experiments were done to determine whether or not a loop image such as is found in frame 1766 of the Crockett film could be duplicated by intentionally vibrating a camera with a telephoto lens. Non loop images were created in these experiments. Results of an analysis of the color changing/oscillating sequence in the Crockett film are also presented, along with some observations on the witnesses with whom I had the opportunity to speak (Startup, Fogarty, Crockett).

PSYCHOLOGICAL and PERCEPTIVE ASPECTS
Alexander G. KEULThe Dark Side of the UFO91-111
Abstract: By surveying 30 years of UFO literature and studying 100 Austrian UFO reports in the field, Luis Sch�nherr and Ernst Berger have found a 'dark side', i.e. A force field of psychosocial and pathological influences in UFO experiences. In this paper , the latter shows how these influences can be traced in published, old cases and studied experimentally by means of clinical psychology and psychiatry in recent events. Detection of the 'dark side' should result in a new, witness-centered investigation technique particularly for 'close encounters' and through the application of a different scientific attitude towards the whole UFO phenomenology. A review of papers including 'dark side' viewpoints is given. The material generated in the behavioral sciences lends support to the author's opinion that the UFO problem is primarily linked to the 'human-self-portrait' of our time, which is the degree of scientifically-based awareness the UFO researcher has of himself and of the witness. It is hypothesized that progress in the psychosocial disciplines will gradually brighten the 'dark side' of the UFO, if no a priori reductions are made.
Luis SCHÖNHERRPerciepient-Dependent Components in the UFO Experiences113-165
Abstract: This paper demonstrates that in general UFO literature cases can be found which display details, that are strangely related to the percipient's memory, his psychic and physical situation. I have called them 'percipient-dependent-components' abbreviated 'PDCs'. It is recommended that PDCs found in UFO experiences should be considered as essential, integral parts of the phenomenon and not as random, in the final analysis non-significant distortions. Consequently a working hypothesis concerning the inherent dualistic nature of the UFO phenomenon is proposed. Finally the perception structure of and a possible primary cause for UFO experiences are discussed from various aspects.

Book Reviews
Francesco IZZORichard F. HAINES, OBSERVING UFOs 169-176
Review: Richard F. HAINES,OBSERVING UFOs - 1980
Pedro REDÓN (ed.), ACTAS DEL PRIMER CONGRESO NACIONAL DE UFOLOGÍA: Ponencias técnicas 177-180
Review: Pedro REDÓN (ed.),ACTAS DEL PRIMER CONGRESO NACIONAL DE UFOLOGÍA: Ponencias técnicas - 1978
Francesco IZZORichard F. HAINES (ed.), UFO PHENOMENA AND THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENTIST 181-189
Review: Richard F. HAINES (ed.),UFO PHENOMENA AND THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENTIST - 1979

In Short
THE FUND FOR UFO RESEARCH187-191

UPIAR Forum192-197

Alexander G. KEULState of Art 198-203

Books and Journals Received 204-206

Subject Index

Abstracts


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Volume 1 No 1 1982
UPIAR, Milano

Editor: Vicente-Juan BALLESTER OLMOS
Name: Keul, Alexander G. (1954)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Vicente-Juan BALLESTER OLMOSTimes Are Changing1-2

Scope and Purpose 3

Instructions to Author 4-8

Call for Papers 8

SECTION I - PHYSICAL ASPECTS
Wiliam H. SPAULDING, Fred ADRIANUsage of Computer Photographic EvaLuation Techniques
As Applied, by GSW, to Purported UO Photographs
11-24
Abstract: Computer Image Enhancement (CIE) is a sophisticated method of electronically manipulating photographic images, vie the use of high speed digital computers, to obtain additional and significant information to analyze the phenomenon of UO - (unidentified object) photographs. Pictorial information of UO's exists in great quantity and low quality. These pictures have always created an interpretation problem for researchers. Computer Image Enhancement of the serial phenomenon pictures is discussed and some of the major processing techniques utilized by GSW, INC are outlined, as well as examples of the benefits and limitations of this space-age electronic reprocessing technology. The goal is to reduce the subjectivity of conventional evaluation techniques. Graphic examples of the CIE methodology as applied to purported UO photographs, are illustrated

SECTION II - GATHERING AND PROCESSING OF DATA
Fernando FERNADES, Jose Mario FERREIRATime Distribution in Iberian UFO Activity27-38
Abstract: This paper is an attempt to analyse the time distribution of the UFO phenomenon over the Iberian Peninsula. Data covering the period from 1950 to 1977 was used to explore the eventual periodicities of the reported UFO sightings. A method based on the autocorrelation function has shown several interesting features, revealing that the time structure of the Iberian data has striking similitudes with the global time structure represented by observations from all over the world.

SECTION IV - PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PERCEPTIVE ASPECTS
Alexander G. KEULThe Austrian UFO Witness Project41-44
Abstract: The paper reports methods and results of an officially funded research project on reality control of UFO witness reports in Austria. A battery of psychological tests was given to witnesses of ten unidentified cases, the results of which seemed to confirm the considerable role played by psychopathology in the examined cases. A continuation of the analysis is announced on a more representative sample and with a control group of non-UFO witnesses and on another sample of non Austrian witnesses.

COLUMNS
Paolo TOSELLIRead in Literature45-47
Vicente-juan BALLESTER OLMOSUFO Research Bibliography
(part I)
48

SHORT COMMUNICATIONS
Roberto FARABONE... and Yet It Moves!55


Image not availableAuthor: Roberto FARABONE (ed.)
Title: INTERNATIONAL UPIAR COLLOQUIUM ON HUMAN SCIENCES AND UFO PHENOMENA - Proceedings - Salzburg, July 26-29, 1982
Publisher: UPIAR, Milano
Serie: Upiar Monograph
Year: 1983
Pages: 173
Name: Keul, Alexander G. (1954); Donderi, Don C. (1937); Evans, Hilary (1929 - 2011); Farabone, Roberto (1944); Izzo, Francesco; Lawson, Alvin H. (1929 - 2010); Maugé, Claude (1946); Mulacz, Wilhelm Peter; Schönherr, Luis; Scott, Malcolm; Toselli, Paolo (1960)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Roberto FARABONEMonograph Presentation 1-2

Francesco IZZOThe Scandal is 0,7% 5-8

Roberto FARABONECarateristique du colloque 9-11

Alexander G. KEULWhat Could Be This? 15-20
Abstract: Probing the independent variable in UFO reports by projective personality tests and anamnesis. A short review of diagnostic methods able to uncover unconscious material of the UFO witness. The RORSCHACH inkblot technique - its possibilities and its limitations.

Paolo TOSELLIExamining the IFO Cases: the Human Factor 21-50
(French translation OVNI VERS UNE ANTHROPOLOGIE D'UN MYTHE CONTEMPORAIN Dimensions Humaines /1993 L'examen des cas d'objects volants identifiés (OVI): le facteur humain)
Abstract: In past years, all of the well known 'ufologists' realized that misperceptions or misinterpretations of aircrafts, weather balloons, meteors, twinkling stars and other man-made or natural events account for many initial UFO reports. Nevertheless, this acceptance of the IFO phenomenon - viz. the identified cases - doesn't exceed the simple remark of its existence. In fact, according to these persons, the reports that remain when these 'false sightings' have been eliminated an altogether different character. But some recent work has largely pointed out that the IFO and UFO event contain very similar (or the same?) 'patterns'. The fear and the emotions produced by both IFO and UFO events have tones of the same intensity, without any practical differentiation. The purpose of this paper is to provide information about the numerous problems associated with the physical, physiological, psychological and social processes involved in most IFO (and UFO) cases, and to suggest a probable interpretation of the conscious and subconscious events that lead the witness to read the same specific 'UFO model' into a IFO sighting. We have, moreover, tried to distinguish various kinds of IFO reports, by proposing three different 'transposition levels' that could replace the inadequate, though still used, generalization of 'misinterpretation' or 'misperception'. Without having to introduce the assumption of an 'altered state of consciousness' or other 'pathological' processes in the witness, we think that the IFO 'experience' is - even considering its repetitive and collective nature - a very common self developed, human process, principally generated by some basic psychological, psychophysical and social events with the co-operation of the folklore and the myth surrounding the whole UFO subject.

Don C. DONDERISignal Detection Theory As a Method for the Retrospective Evaluation of UFO Witnesses 53-63
Abstract: A sound general principle in psychology is that a psychological test should simulate closely the behavior it is intended to predict. We are trying to predict retrospectively the reliability of UFO witnesses. The witness reports are accounts of visual experiences. The problem is to decide whether these reports closely approximate real physical events, or whether they were generated independently of real physical events. The closest experimental model of the real situation is the signal detection experiment. Signal detection theory is a general formulation of the relationship between stimulus and the response which permits an observer's responses: hits, misses, false positives, and discriminability and response bias. Stimulus discriminability is a measure of the ease with which the stimulus can be detected. It reflects individual differences in sensitivity, as well as the physical detectability of the stimulus. Our interest is in the measure of response bias, defined as a tendency to respond positively in the absence of the stimulus. We wish to discount the reports of the observers who are susceptible to response bias, and credit more strongly the reports of observers who show relatively little response bias. A retrospective signal detection theory test which measures a witness' response bias under the pretext of studying the characteristics of the reported sighting, will be presented. The test requires minimum of apparatus and can be carried out quickly as a part of a witness interview.

Alvin H. LAWSONBirth Trauma Imagery in CE-III Narratives: A Testable Hypothesis for the Origin of Fallacious Abduction Reports 65-117
Abstract: The imagery and events in UFO abduction reports resemble those in several psychological processes, but they are especially similar to revivified birth trauma (BT) narratives. The incipience, universality, and idiosyncratic quality of BT events suggest a likely psychological (non-exotic) source for alleged abduction experiences. These qualities also help explain the many parallels and the minor differences in CE-III reports from witnesses in diverses as well as comparable cultures. The paper presents extensive abduction/BT parallels, taken from abductees' and revivification subjects' narratives. A prominent abduction case (Betty Andreasson's) is analyzed for BT imagery and events, and the study finds pervasive evidence for concluding that the Andreasson experience was essentially a BT revivification. The main points of the paper are: 1) BT data relate to a witness's perinatal history and psychology rather than to UFO events, and so their presence invalidates any CE-III narrative in part or whole; 2) BT elements therefore provide a criterion which can help determine false abduction reports from any that may reflect actual events; and 3) the BT hypothesis is testable through such means of researching abductees' birth histories as familiar interviews, scrutiny of narratives, and hypnotic regression. Multiple witness abductions cannot yet be dismissed, but probably relate to multiple hallucinations, while physical effects CE-IIIs remain ambiguous. Ufologists are urged to approach abduction cases not as exotic events but as genuine psychological phenomena, in order to make fundable CE-III studies more feasible.

Alexander G. KEULInside the Window 121-124
Abstract: A framework for the eighties. Instead of 'looking out of the window together with the (unknown) witness' several disciplines of the social and medical sciences are invited to study the psychosocial roots of the UFO report generation and reception. Focusing on the 'human factor' leads to interdisciplinary contacts with religion, the arts, mythology, psychoanalysis, mass media research, politology, parapsychology, psychopathology and neurology.

Hilary EVANSAbducted by an Archetype 127-139
Abstract: Accounts of alleged abductions by UFOs are generally unsubstantiated by objective evidence, unconfirmed by supporting witnesses and based on purely subjective testimony. It is therefore logical to start by supposing them to be mental rather than physical experiences, and indeed cases exist where this is known to be the case. One feature alone speaks in favour of the physical reality of such accounts - their consistency one with another, which obtains not only in broad outline, but in specific detail. Can this consistency be taken as evidence for the veridical nature of the experience, or are there explanations in psychological and sociocultural terms? Some findings are relevant: (1) The De Herrera/Lawson experiments show that similar accounts can be obtained from subjects who not only do not claim UFO abduction experiences, but deny interest in or detailed knowledge of the UFO phenomenon: these fictitious encounters mimic the 'true' accounts in remarkable detail. (2) Meheust's study of parallels between abduction experiences and science fiction indicates the prevalence of such accounts pre-dating the current UFO era, thus lending support to a cultural, almost folk-lore explanation. (3) Monnerie and Hendry, independently, have demonstrated the ability of sincere witnesses to fabricate 'alien' sightings from what are known to be natural or made-man stimuli. Taken together, these findings suggest that percipients are able to draw some common source of UFO-imagery, an image-bank perhaps to be compared with Jung's archetypes, from whose material they fabricate imagined experiences, motivated by private or social forces. The mental process may be that noted in divided- personality cases by Prince and others. A model is therefore proposed which supposes that the percipient, having lapsed or been induced into an altered state of consciousness, has fed into his conscious mind the illusion of undergoing a UFO experience, fabricated by his own unconscious from a combination of subjectively derived and archetypal material. While such a model does not rule out the possibility of some abduction cases being genuine, it offers a plausible explanation for those which are known or suspected to be false, but which none the less display disconcertingly vivid and detailed correspondences with other cases.

Alexander G. KEULFive Selected Cases 141-145
Abstract: Typical case histories from the 1980/81 Austrian and English cross-cultural UFO witness projects. Tape passages, diaslides and psychological test details illustrate positive and negative reporter profiles.

Luis SCHÖNHERRPosition Statement 149

Wilhelm Peter MULACZParapsychology and Ufology 151-152

Malcolm SCOTTUFOs, the Paranormal and Personality - An Interim Assessment 153-156

Claude MAUGÉLa psychiatrie face au phénomène OVNI [French] 157-168

Roberto FARABONEThe UPIAR Concept 171-173


Image not available Journal of Transient Aerial Phenomena

Vol. 3 N. 2 April 1984

Editor: John E. BARRETT, S. J. GAMBLE
Name: Keul, Alexander G. (1954)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Ali F. ABUTAHASolar and extrasolar life - a new hypothesis 97-106

Editor-in-chief wanted 106

Alexander G. KEULInside the window 107-109

Extraordinary general meeting 110

Investigator training 110

Maurizio VERGARevising the geographical distribution of UFO events 111-116

Correction 116

Steuart CAMPBELLBall lighting update 117-118

Manfred CASSIRERTowards a psi/UFO interface 119-125

UFO study course 126

UFO Congress- 1984 126

ASSAP garden party 126

Letters to the Editor
Mail Steuart CAMPBELL, Robert MORRELL, Chris STEVENS127-128


Image not available Journal of Transient Aerial Phenomena

Vol. 4 N. 1 September 1985

Editor: John E. BARRETT, S. J. GAMBLE
Name: Keul, Alexander G. (1954)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

S. J. GAMBLEScope of this Journal 189+202

Manfred CASSIRERTowards a psi/UFO interface
Part 4 (concluded)
190-197

A. G. KEULFive selected cases 198-202

Home Computer Questionnaire 203

S. J. GAMBLEThe assessment of witness reliability 204-207

Michael R. WOOTTENA statistical overview- 1980-1982 208-215

Report index 215

BUFORA evening lectures 215

Ali F. ABUTAHASolar and extrasolar life - a new hypothesis
Part 4 (concluded)
216-218

Computer survey 218

Data protection act - 1984 219

Case report codes 220


Image not available Journal of Transient Aerial Phenomena

Vol. 4 N. 2 March 1986

Editor: John E. BARRETT, S. J. GAMBLE
Name: Keul, Alexander G. (1954); Phillips, Ken
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
S. J. GAMBLEThe threads start to pull together33-34

Paul FULLERComputers and ufology 35-38

Computing survey 38

Home Computer Questionnaire 39

Stephen GAMBLEAnamesis as a method of assessing witness reliability40-41
Alexander KEULMessage to ASSAP investigators. Sheffield, November 198541-43
Alexander KEUL, Ken PHILLIPSThe unidentified witness
UFO witness psychology result
43-45

BUFORA Information on PRESTEL 45

Close encounter in Scotland
S. J. GAMBLEA follow up
Report on the Study of physical evidence
47-48
The Muro report
Report on the Study of physical evidence
49-51+54

Stephen GAMBLEJune 1976 Fireball 52-54

Stephen GAMBLEMaking progress in research 55-60

BUFORA news
New technology hits JTAP60
Error60
Research opportunities60-61
S. J. GAMBLEProduction assistant61
S. J. GAMBLEAdditional referees required61
Research appointments61

Correspondence
Towards a psi/UFO interface62-63
Solar and extrasolar life - a new hypothesis63-64

BUFORA lectures 64


Image not availableAuthors: Hilary EVANS, John SPENCER (eds.)
Title: UFOs 1947-1987: THE 40 YEAR SEARCH FOR AN EXPLANATION
ISBN: 1-87002-102-9
Publisher: Fortean Tomes, London
Year: 1987
Pages: 383
Name: Keul, Alexander G. (1954); Phillips, Ken; Ballester Olmos, Vicente-Juan (1948); Bougard, Michel (1947); Chalker, William (Bill) Clifford (1952); Evans, Hilary (1929 - 2011); Haines, Richard F. (1937); Hansen, Kim; Hind, Cynthia (1923 - 2000); Hough, Peter; Keel, John A. (1930 - 2009); Liljegren, Anders (1950); Maugé, Claude (1946); McCampbell, James M. (1924 - 2008); Roberts, Andy (1956); Rzepecki, Bronislaw; Shough, Martin; Smith, Willy (1921 - 2006); Spencer, John; Stringfield, Leonard H. (1920 - 1994); Svahn, Clas (1958); Vallée, Jacques (1939); Verga, Maurizio (1963); Vincente, Enrique; Watson, Nigel (1954)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

H.E. , J.S.Preface

Introduction
Hilary EVANSUFOs 1947 -1987

The Phenomena
Hilary EVANSUFOs before 1947
Michel BOUGARDUFOs throughout history
Nigel WATSONBefore the "Flying saucers" came
Anders LILJEGREN, Clas SVAHNThe ghost rockets
Hilary EVANSUFOin 1947
John A. KEELThe Maury Island caper
Hilary EVANSUFOs as a "global phenomenon"
Kim HANSENUFO casebook (13 case histories)
Cynthia HINDUFOs and the African tribal system
Willy SMITHUFOs in Latin America
Enrique VINCENTEUFOs in Soviet Union
Bronislaw RZEPECKIUFOs in Poland
Peter HOUGHUFO occupants
Hilary EVANS, John SPENCERContactees and abductions
Leonard H. STRINGFIELDThe chase for proof in a squirrel cage
Andy ROBERTSSaucerful of secret
Claude MAUGÉUFO statistics

Assessing the Phenomena
Hilary EVANSAssessing the Phenomena
Richard HAINESDefining the UFO
Vicente-Juan BALLESTER OLMOSInvestigating the UFO
Bill CHALKERPhysical traces
Maurizio VERGAPhysical traces: real evidence?
James McCAMPBELLEffects of UFOs upon people
Martin L. SHOUGHRadar and the UFO
Alexander KEUL, Ken PHILLIPSAssessing the witness

John SPENCER, Jacques VALLÉE, Maurizio VERGAComputers in ufology


Image not available OVNI Présence
Special Grande Bretagna
N. 37/38 Juillet - Aout 1987
AESV

Editor: Perry PETRAKIS
Name: Keul, Alexander G. (1954); Phillips, Ken; Scornaux, Jacques (1946)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Edito
Very british3

Clips and claps
Happy birthday!3
Emois... et vous ?3
Y-a-t-il un ufologue dans l'avion?3

Who's who
Vous allez avoir affaire à eux!4

Repérages
Jenny RANDLESTransmanche express
Survoul de l'ufologique Albion
5-8
J. R.BUFORA Bulletin - Journal of Transient Aerial Phenomena5
J. R.Magonia - Northern Ufo News - UFO Brigantia6
J. R.New Scientist - The Unknown -Flying Saucer Review7
J. R.Quest8

Non-identifie
Paul FULLERDu blé en ronds
Histoire de cercles vicieux
9-17
Paul FULLER1986
Lorsque l'étrangeté croît...
14
L'hypothèse des RPV16

Clips and claps
Les E.T. a quatre pates17
Les varroa en Avignon17
C'est cher... mais bien!17
Il parait que...17
Book:Jean-Noël KAPFERER,RUMEURS - 1987
Fauve qui peut!17
Ils sont très forts17
Book:Michel MEURGER, Claude GAGNON,MONSTRES DES LACS DU QUÉBEC - MYTHES ET TROUBLANTES RÉALITÉS - 1982

Etude
David CLARKE, Granville OLDROYDLes lueurs fantômes
Une nouvelle approche
18-19
Nigel WATSON"Projet aéronef"
Étranges aéronefs en 1913
20-22

Thierry PINVIDICL'airship de 1897 22
Book:Jean SIDER,L'AIRSHIP DE 1897 - 1987

La chronique des OVI
Graham BIRDSALLAdel
Des ovnis sur la ville
23

En couverture
Jenny RANDLESL'arbre qui cache la forêt ?
Crash en Rendlesham Forest
24-29

T. PINVIDICAux archives ! 29

Les contes d'un scieur de branches 29
Book:Thierry PINVIDIC, Jacques SCORNAUX,LES CONTES D'UN SCIEUR DE BRANCHES - 1988

Etude
Alexander KEUL, Ken PHILLIPSLumières sur le témoin
Constatations sur la psychologie des témoins
30-32
(Translated by Jacques SCORNAUX)
Claude MAUGÉA propos d'une étude31

La saga des soucoupes 32

Clips and claps
UFOs 1947-198732
Book:Hilary EVANS, John SPENCER (eds.),UFOs 1947-1987: THE 40 YEAR SEARCH FOR AN EXPLANATION - 1987
C'est la bonne cette fois!32

L'interview
Hilary Evans33-35

Impressions
Frédéric DUMERCHATFantastiques kidnappings...
Des fées aux extra-terrestres...
36-37
Review: John RIMMER,THE EVIDENCE FOR ALIEN ABDUCTIONS - 1984
H. E.Fortean Times37
Bertrand MÉHEUSTLe producer d'Hilary Evans38-39
Review: Hilary EVANS,VISIONS, APPARITIONS, ALIEN VISITORS - 1984

Passez aux actes! 39


Image not available Journal of Transient Aerial Phenomena

Vol. 5 N. 2 March 1988

Editor: Gmable. S. J.
Name: Keul, Alexander G. (1954); Phillips, Ken
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Steve GAMBLEMany steps forward, the death of the single case33-35

Alexander KEUL, Ken PHILLIPSTHE UFO - An unidentified form of creativity? 36-45

Date for your diary 45

A.G.M. Report 46

Object in the sky still a mystery 46

Paul FULLERThe mystery circles - Status report
Part 1
47-54

Paul EDWARDSAirship mystery solved! 55

Correspondence
Some simple guidelines56
The Todmorden UFO report explained - JTAP, September 198756-60
The Todmorden UFO report explained - JTAP, September 198760-61
Time estimation of simulated UFO events - JTAP September 198761-62
Global distribution analysis of reported close encounters and other extraordinary events - September 1986 - Reply to correspondence62-63

Steve GAMBLEReport on training meeting held at the Brookside Community Centre, Northampton 63

Dates for your diary
London lectures64
First London International Congress64


Image not available UFO Times

N. 12 March 1991

Editor: Mike WOOTTEN
Name: Keul, Alexander G. (1954)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial4

News
R1 Poised for Replacement5
John G Fuller Dies5
UFO Newsclippings Jan 9O - Dec 9O5-6
Circle Cuttings Cancelled6
Recession One6
Recession Two6

Miloš KRMELJHistorical Backgroud of Ufology in Yugoslavia 7-10

Reviews
The Aveley Abduction: A UFOIN Case Report11-12

Henry TRICKSMexico's Zone of Silence 13

Congress 1991 News 14-15

Jenny RANDLESInvestigations Diary16-19

Alex KEULEvaluation of the GEP-CENAP Perception Experiment 20-23

Gary ANTHONYSkywatcher24

Space news
Salyut Re-entry Spectacle25
Ulysses: Fully Operational25
Astronauts Wanted: Apply Within25
Hipparcos Exceeds Expectations25

Letters
Circles Duo26-27
Entire Agreement27

Diary28


Image not available UFO Times

N. 16 Winter 1991

Editor: Mike WOOTTEN
Name: Keul, Alexander G. (1954); Phillips, Ken; Wootten, Mike
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Answers4

News
Faulkner Photo: A Fake?5
UFO Packs for School Kids5
Weather by Fax5
Contact Corner5

Serena RONEY-DOUGALUFOs, States of Mind and the Pineal Connection (part 1)
The Subliniaal Mind and Psychic Arareness
6-11

Jenny RANDLESInvestigations Diary12-16

Ken PHILLIPS, Alex KEULThe New BUFORA Sighting Questionnaire 17-21

Pat DELANEY, Anne GRIFFINUfology in Eire
A Status Report
22-24

From the Case Files of BUFORA lreland
A Message from God!
25

Reviews
Mike WOOTTENCropcircle Communique, a video produced and directed by John Mc Nish26

Staney BOXObservation at FlemaIIe-Grande 27

Gary ANTHONYSkywatcher28

Space news
Eureca Awaits Launch28-29
Refurbishment29

Readers Write
Witnessing a Circle forming?29-30
UFOIN Files - Take Two30
Mail John COPSEY30-31
Skeptics Corner31

Diary32


Image not availableAuthors: Vicente-Juan BALLESTER OLMOS, Richard W. HEIDEN
Title: The Reliability of UFO Witness Testimony
Color Edition

Editor: Vicente-juan BALLESTER OLMOS, Richard W. HEIDEN
ISBN13: 979-12-8144-100-2
Publisher: UPIAR, Torino
Year: 2023
Pages: 711
Name: Keul, Alexander G. (1954); Abrassart, Jean-Michel (1976); Albright, Thomas D.; Ares De Blas, Félix (1947); Badfield Douglass, Amy; Ballester Olmos, Vicente-Juan (1948); Berché Cruz, Carles; Borraz Aymerich, Manuel (1961); Bullard, Thomas Eddie (1949); Callahan, Tim; Campo Pérez, Ricardo (1965); Carlson, James T.; Conesa-Sevilla, Jorge; da Silva, Luiz Augusto L.; Das, Surabhi; Delaval, Marcel (1945); Dodier, Oliver; Dumerchat, Frédéric (1954); Forrest, David; French, Christopher; García Cabria, Ignacio (1955); Guasp, Miguel (1953); Haines, Richard F. (1937); Heiden, Richard W. ; Huston, Peter; Ickinger, Jochen (1961); Kelley, Stephanie M.; Krippner, Stanley C.; Lansley, Hélène; Leduc, Marc (1947); Magin, Ulrich (1962); Maillot, Eric (1959); Martins, Leonardo B.; Maugé, Claude (1946); Mavrakis, Daniel (1960); Meena, Subhash; Myers, Craig R.; Newman, Leonard S.; Nickell, Joe (1944); Noll, Richard; Oberg, James E. (1944); Palmer, Susan J. (1946); Passot, Xavier; Peiniger, Hans-Werner (1957); Plaza del Olmos, Julio; Posner, Gary P.; Printy, Tim (1959); Rabeyron, Thomas; Raduga, Michael; Reis, Carlos; Robé, Raoul (1958); Rospars, Jean-Pierre (1948); Ruesga Montiel, Josè (1947); Scribner, Scott R.; Sharps, Matthew J.; Suenaga, Cláudio Tsuyoshi; Van Utrecht, Wim (1959); Watson, Nigel (1954); Wheeler, Gregory J.; White, Luise; Young, Robert R. (1944)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Vicente-Juan BALLESTER OLMOS, Richard W. HEIDENIntroduction 9-18

Leonard S. NEWMANForeword 19-22

I. Case Studies
Vicente-Juan BALLESTER OLMOSMemory Games: A False Recall Episode
Abstract: The event under study appears to be of an exceptional nature. Though initially undefined by the witness, it was later purported to correlate with a more than modest UFO sighting that occurred in the middle of the Spanish summer and that remained unexplained due to lack of information. Subsequent telephone and e-mail interviews with the witness over the years revealed astonishing new sighting data. A press search yielded an unexpected solution to one part of the witness’s account. Analysis of the narrative suggests that the event is consistent with a false memory incident.
Tim CALLAHANThe Phoenix Lights: The Fallibility of Human Perception and Memory
Abstract: : The Phoenix Lights, which appeared in the night sky in Phoenix, Arizona on March 13, 1997 were perceived by several onlookers as the leading edge of a large V-shaped flying craft, which flew directly over their heads. The witnesses described the unlit portion of this UFO as obscuring the stars above it as it passed, slowly and silently. These witnesses were, for the most part, reputable and they were not suffering from any delusions; nor were they suffering from sleep paralysis or any other temporary psychological disruption of either their cognitive or perceptual abilities. However, videos taken of the lights show them appearing one at a time, hovering close to the western horizon in a ragged line, then winking out one by one. Research carried out by psychologist Elizabeth Loftus, as well as by Christopher Chabris and Daniel Simmons, among others, demonstrates the subjectivity of both perception and memory. Shared experiences of an unusual event are often transformed into a coherent dramatic narrative. Despite admission on the part of the United States Air Force that the lights were military flares dropped by parachute and the disconfirming videos taken in 1997, belief that the Phoenix Lights were the leading edge of a huge UFO remains strong 25 years after the incident.
James T. CARLSONMissile Flights and Fantasies
Abstract: Discusses the numerous disconnects between very consistent witness confirmations alleged by a single individual and the very inconsistent claims presented by that individual over an extended period of time. The case study involves an incident in which UFOs reportedly interfered with the status of nuclear missiles within multiple silos and squadrons at Malmstrom AFB in the State of Montana, United States of America. These differences later proved to be the key factor proving the falsity of the claims, because they ultimately provided sufficient cause to interview all of the witnesses separately — a resolution that was impossible to assert when the case was first described due to the anonymity of the witnesses discussed. Anonymity should always provoke doubt.
Peter HUSTONMeeting the Abductees: Betty Hill, Richard Price & Others
Alexander G. KEULInvestigating Ball Lightning Eyewitness Report
Eric MAILLOT, Jean-Michel ABRASSARTVery Close Encounter with a UAP in Levitation
Claude MAUGÉThe Raël Rael, UFO Contactee and the Last Prophet
Craig R. MYERSThe MUFON-ian Candidate: The Gulf Breeze UFO Case as Political Contest
Joe NICKELLThe Pascagoula Abduction: A Case of Hypnagogia?
James OBERGMisinterpretations of Fireball Swarms from Satellite Reentries
Susan J. PALMERWhen Testimony Becomes Testament: The Case of Raël, UFO Prophet, and the Question of Witness Reliability
Gary P. POSNERThe Legendary Cash-Landrum Case: Radiation Sickness from a Close Encounter?
Tim PRINTYThe Weinstein Catalog: Ufological Bullion or Fool's Gold?
Josè RUESGA MONTIELThe Changing Case of Próspera Muñoz: An Abduction Remembered Over 41 years?
Wim VAN UTRECHTLunar Terror in Poland: A Doctor's Dilemma
Nigel WATSONOn The Credibility of the Barney & Betty Hill Abduction Case
Robert R. YOUNGMetamorphosis: Claimed Witness Accounts of the Great Lakes Fireball Of December 9, 1965

II. Psychological Perspectives
Thomas D. ALBRIGHTOn Eyewitness Reports of Extraterrestrial Life241
Jorge CONESA-SEVILLAClose Encounters of the "Other" Kind: On the Psycology of "Alien Abdcutions"257
Oliver DODIERDissociation and Alien Abduction Allegation266
David FORRESTAlien Abduction: Takeaways275
Christopher C. FRENCHHypnotic Regression and False Memories283
Stanley C. KRIPPNERAliens, UFOs, and Personal Schemas295
Hélène LANSLEY, Thomas RABEYRONClinical Approach to UFO Sightings and Alien Abductions299
Claude MAUGÉManuel Jimenez and the Perception of UFOs: Hypotheses and Experiments313
Subhash MEENA, Surabhi DASCognition and Memory Distortion Behind UFO Testimonies331
Giulio PERROTTAClinical Evidence in the Italian Phenomenon of Alien Abduction339
Scott R. SCRIBNER, Gregory J. WHEELERFrom "I Witnessed..." to Established Hypothesis: UFO Cultures and Contexts355
Matthew J. SHARPSForensic Cognitive Science and the UFO Phenomenon368

III. On Witness Testimony
Manuel BORRAZ AYMERICHUFOs: The Role of Perceptual Illusions in the Endurance of an Empirical Myth387
Thomas E. BULLARDCalibrating the Instrument: How Reliable Is Eyewitness Testimony?402
Ricardo CAMPO PÉREZBizarre Accounts: Remarkable Missile Sightings from the Canary Islands in the 1970s419
Luiz Augusto L. DA SILVASome Considerations About the Behavior and Reliability of UAP Eyewitnesses433
Marcel DELAVALUFO Myth Propagation Before the Arrival of Social Networks440
Richard F. HAINESWitness Reliability: Accuracy - Reliability of Pilots - Personal Honor447
Jochen ICKINGERMemories Are not Documentaries: The Weakest Link in the Chain of UFO Evidence454
Ulrich MAGINThress Simple Tests of Eyewitness Reliability467
Daniel MAVRAKISReliability of UFO Witness Testimony in Extreme Close Encounters: "Abductees" and "Contactees"472
Richard NOLLSatanists, Aliens and Me488
Xavier PASSOTThe UFO Testimony Reliability from 2000 GEIPAN Reports497
Julio PLAZA DEL OLMOSData are Worth a Thousand Accounts504
Cláudio Tsuyoshi SUENAGAThe Objectivity of Witnesses and the Subjectivity of Testimonies513
Luise WHITEAliens Are Good to Talk With524

IV. Empirical Research
Carles BERCHÉ CRUZAlien Delusions: Some (Real) Clinical Cases531
Stephanie KELLEY-ROMANO, Amy BADFIELD DOUGLASSMemory Distortion in a Social Judgement: People who Report Contact with Aliens are More Susceptible537
Hans-werner PEINIGERIt Was as Large as the Full Moon551
Hans-Werner PEINIGERWhen a Fire Balloon Transforms in a UFO556
Michael RADUGABedtime Alien Abduction Stories: A Checklist to Detect its Dreaming Nature562
Raoul ROBÉFantasy Imagery and UFO Testimonies570
Jean-Pierre ROSPARSAbilities and Limitations of Eyewitnesses Assessed on Atmospheric Entries of Meteoroids and Artificial Satellites585

V. Anthropological Approach
Ignacio CABRIAInside a Spaceship: Cognitive and Social Adpects of an Alien Contact605
Frédéric DUMERCHATAlien Big Cats and UFO Testimonies: Similarities and Questions615
Carlos REISBelief in Aliens and the Imaginary: A Transdisciplinary Approach632

VI. Metrics and Scaling
Vicente-juan BALLESTER OLMOS, Miguel GUASPMeasuring the Subjectivity of UFO Testimony651
Marc LEDUCThe Reliability of the UFO Sighting Story656

VII. Epistemological Issues
Félix ARES DE BLASOn The Fallacy of the Residue673
Leonardo B. MARTINSScientific Case Studies: Research Guidelines for Dealing with the Lack of Reliability of UDO/UAP Testimonies681