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On this site, you will find a list of books and magazines about UFOs and related subjects that are part of my collection.

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[Ian] Waveney Girvan, 1908 - 1964

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Waveney GIRVAN, Where are the book reviews? pp.21-22
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 1 N. 2 May-June 1955
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
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Scandinavian eclipse expedition films U.F.O.s pp.6-7
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 2 N. 1 January - February 1956
Name: Girvan, [Ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
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Waveney GIRVAN, Lecturing on Flying Saucers pp.24-25
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 4 N. 1 January - February 1958
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
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Mail Bag: More to Come (Mail) p.iii
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 5 N. 5 September - October 1959
Name: Girvan, [Ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
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Waveney GIRVAN, The Adamski photographs an open challenge pp.3-5+6
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 6 N. 2 March - April 1960
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
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Waveney GIRVAN, The Adamski photographs. a summing up pp.25-27+28
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 6 N. 4 July - August 1960
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
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Mail Bag: The Adamski Challenge p.iii
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 6 N. 5 September - October 1960
Name: Michel, Aimé (1919 - 1992) ; Girvan, [Ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
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Waveney GIRVAN, The contact claims. A new line in research pp.13-15
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 6 N. 6 November - December 1960
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
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Waveney GIRVAN, Public opinion and the saucers p.23
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 7 N. 4 July - August 1961
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
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Waveney GIRVAN, Claimants, Ridicule and a Piece of Cake. A plea for an open mind pp.12-14
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 7 N. 5 September - October 1961
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
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Waveney GIRVAN, Dr. Leon Davidsons's circular letter. Are saucers American secret weapon? pp.18-19
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 8 N. 1 January - February 1962
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
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Waveney GIRVAN, The Egyptian "air raids". A study in confusion pp.7-8
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 8 N. 3 May - June 1962
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
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Waveney GIRVAN, Hallucinations, misinterpretations and percentages pp.15-17
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 8 N. 6 November - December 1962
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
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Waveney GIRVAN, Good Advice from the Past pp.15-16
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 9 N. 3 May - June 1963
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
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Waveney GIRVAN, The Wiltshire crater mystery. The meteorite that never was pp.3-7
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 9 N. 5 September - October 1963
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
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Waveney GIRVAN, Ten Years Old pp.3-4
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 10 N. 6 November - December 1964
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
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Waveney GIRVAN, Book review: The world of Dr. Menzel pp.28-31
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 10 N. 3 May - June 1964
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
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Waveney GIRVAN, Scandinavian eclipse expedition films U.F.O.s pp.11-12 (Flying Saucer Review Vol. 2 N. 1 January - February/1956 Scandinavian eclipse expedition films U.F.O.s, pp. 6-7)
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 36 N. 2 Summer 1991
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
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Vol. 1 N. 2 May-June 1955
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Derek D. DEMPSTER
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial1
(Reprint Flying Saucer Review Vol. 29 N. 2 December/1983 Editorial by Derek Dempster, pp. 2-3)

Let's talk space
German priest says: "We're being watched"2
Saucer follows army veteran's car2
The Astronomer Royal says it again2-3
Pilots express doubuts about flaming meteorite3
U.F.O. formates on South American Plane3
De Havilland "Saucer"3

Buck NELSONA strange tale from Missouri 4-5
(Reprint Flying Saucer Review Vol. 41 N. 3 Autumn/1996 A strange tale from Missouri (1954), pp. 9-10)

World Round-Up6-8+29

Explosion over North London 9

Artificial satellites10
Igor Sikorski says: "Space flight in 25 years"11
Britain to build test rocket11
U.S. Satellite 800 miles up?11
Russia plans satellite11

Hermann OBERTHThe come form outer space 12-15

Ernesto THAYAHTSaucers in Italy 15-16

Carl Gustav JUNGDr. Carl Jung on unidentified Flying Objects 17-18
(From: Courier Interplanetaire )

Derek DEMPSTER"Made on Earth" tag not on saucers 18-20

Waveney GIRVANWhere are the book reviews? 21-22

Desmond JUDGEOccultism and Flying Saucers 23-24

Brinsley LE POER TRENCHCommon factors in saucer sightings 25-26+29

Build up your flying saucer library free! 27-28

John ROWLANDFrom phlogiston to flying saucer 30-31

Review
W.G.Frank SCULLY, BEHIND THE FLYING SAUCERS 31-32
Review: Frank SCULLY,BEHIND THE FLYING SAUCERS - 1950

D.D.D.Conquest of Space 32


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Vol. 2 N. 1 January - February 1956
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Derek D. DEMPSTER
Name: Girvan, [Ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Derek DEMPSTEREditorial1

Let's talk space
"Flying Saucers are Real"
U.S. V.I.P. tells flying saucer review special correspondent
2-5

Scandinavian eclipse expedition films U.F.O.s 6-7
(Reprint Flying Saucer Review Vol. 36 N. 2 Summer/1991 Scandinavian eclipse expedition films U.F.O.s, pp. 11-12)

U.S, physicist write for review 7

Woolley-Astronomer Royal 7

Maurice Brazier describes his saucer 8-9

Saucers Tingle Floridians 9

Have confusing shapes flown already? 10

Rocket Field Children 10

Guide to World Ufology
A Register of Flying Saucer Periodicals & Books
11-12

W. SCHROEDERCurrent Event in the Heavens
A bi-monthly review of the night-sky
13-15

Charles A. MANEYSaucers and Science 16-19+29+30

Arthur CONSTANCEThis Amazing Universe 20-22

Anthony GRAYFlying Saucers and Art 23-24

Don't laugh... they're serious! 24

Brinsley LE POER TRENCHSelected books 25-26
Review: George ADAMSKI,INSIDE THE SPACE SHIPS - 1955

World Round-Up27-29

Mail Bag
Mail Wilfred DANIELS, Richard H. HALL, John PITT31-32


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 4 N. 1 January - February 1958
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

International UFO Observer Corps ii

Editorial1

World-wide flying saucer report pour in on an unprecedented scale
Sputniks bring biggest saucer flap in history2
Jet unable to reach UFO2
200Ft. egg visits Texans2+3
Saucer over New Mexico stalls 10 car2
Speed of Light!2
Chicago police chase saucer3
Huge "sun" over atom test site3
Japan and Egypt too3
and a red hot ball3
Radar and visual sightings3
Astronomers see pink UFO3
Scientists hear and see mystery bleeps and UFO4
"Now you can scratch yours"4
Authority "explains"4
UFO tracked by searchlights4
Britain sees then again4
Two new space contacts
Mr. Schmidt meets six space visitors
5
Two new space contacts
Boy meets space-ship in cow pasture
5
14 scouts have brush with UFO5
Barbaric man5
Scientist says ships in space5

World Round-Up
UFO over British A-Bomber Base
Air Ministry Baffed
6
Saucer over guided missile centre6
Malay has its UFO6
School sends sighting report to Flying Saucer Review6
Cigar-shaped object over Japan7
Space ship over the rand7
World's largest oil jetty investigated7
Saucer views danish army manoeuvres7
Space ship landing report8
Unusual photo of UFO from Cyprus8
Round the World Index to sightings Report in this Issue8
Japanese I.F.S.S.D. pictures9
Strange happening over Derby9
Red football in the sky9

M. ALEXANDERUFO
Seen by sixty thousand witmesses!
10-11

W. SCHROEDEROnce the problem of atomic rocket motors has been solved, it will take...
Only 4 hours to reach the Moon
12-14

Unanswered Questions
No. 10... Was the Star of Bethlehem a space ship?14

Scrapbook for 1883 15

Dana HOWARDSeeking the saucer answer 16-17

A. R. HOLDENFlying Saucer Propulsion
A theory
18-21

Angel air 21

M. K. JESSUPAn open letter to Arthur Constance 22-23+25

Waveney GIRVANLecturing on Flying Saucers 24-25

Greta CARROLLThree space ships
... A wonderful sight
26+29

International literary competition result 26

George Hunt WILLIAMSONExclusive dispatch to "Flying Saucer Review"
Project Scroll
3. City of a Thousand roofs!
27-29

Panorama spotlights space events
Gravity Day, 195730-31
Lord Dowding31
Sensational German Claim31
A Message of Good Will31
Saucer Research Unlimited31
the UFO data sheet31
Portland Research Associates31

Selected Books
32

Mail Bag
Fliugandi Diskaiii
Flying Chandelieriii
What are the Flying Saucers?iii

Late News
Al bender Speaks!iv
Saucer Seen with Space Maniv
Amazing British Contact with Space Maniv


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Vol. 5 N. 5 September - October 1959
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Girvan, [Ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

International UFO Observer Corps ii

Editorial1

How many more sightings like this one before you are told the truth?
5 Flying Saucers Buzz Pilots near Honolulu!
"They were there" - Capt.Moffatt
2

Trench Resigns
'Personal and health reasons'
2+iv

Douglas Mapes Silenced - Why? 3

Life on Mars 3

In Memoriam
M. K. Jessup3
Ernesto Thayaht3

Russian Back Jonathan Swift
Mars Satellites artificial
4

The Vatican and Space Conquest 4

Baby Almost As Forecast 5

Nuclear Tests in outer Space 5

Roman Scrapbook 5

World Round-Up
Saucer Landings Reported at Punnong and Goolwa, Australia
Similar descriptions and identical behaviour
6-7

Saucer concentration over Papua
Reports our on-the-spot Investigator
7-8

From Portugal
UFO beams Village8-9
Cigar Off Portugal9
Lisbon Airport9

From Denmark
Saucer Stop Car9
Police See UFO9

Very Important People
Talking About The Saucer
10-11

Daniel W. FRYOf the Saucer Groups 12-13+16

W. Gordon ALLENAerial Cartographers of 5,000 Years Ago! 14-16

Derek D. DEMPSTERA flying saucer? Never in your life! 17

Wilbert B. SMITHSputnik, Saucers and Spacecraft 18-20

C. F. KRAFFTAtomic Structure in Relation To Spaceship Propulsion 21-22

Adamski's London Lecture 23-25

DunkAnti-gravity 24+25

John LADEWhat do you think?
Is there a no... says
26-28

George Hunt WILLIAMSONConspiracy? Yes... asserts 27-28+29

Panorama spotlights space events
Junior Skywatch of the Americas30
The Voice Universal30
Japanese Saucer Groups30-31
Scottish UFO Research Society31
Proposed London Activity31
Another London Saucer Group31
Changes at BSRA31
Another Italian Group31

Selected Books
Brinsley LE POER TRENCHGeorge Hunt WILLIAMSON, ROAD IN THE SKY , James CHURCHWARD, THE LOST CONTINENT OF MU 32+iii
Review: George Hunt WILLIAMSON,ROAD IN THE SKY - 1959, James CHURCHWARD,THE LOST CONTINENT OF MU - 1926

Mail Bag
Disturbing the Neighboursiii
More to Comeiii

Late News
Saucers over Papuaiv


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 6 N. 2 March - April 1960
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Global thinking1-2

On Scepticism 2

To our readers 2

Waveney GIRVANThe Adamski photographs an open challenge 3-5+6

Russian scientist wakes up; are we alone in space? 6

Obituary
Dr. H. Percy Wilkins
Back garden astronomer
6

Alexander MERROWThe Saucers' greatest enemy: indifference 7-8

Leon DAVIDSONECM+CIA=UFO
Or, how to cause radar sightings
9-12

Colin WILSONHighland mystery 12

Aimé MICHELDo flying saucers originate from Mars? 13-15

World Round-Up
England
Merseyside woman see saucer
16
England
Cheltenham visitor
16
England
Contact claim
16
England
Banbury folk see UFO
16-17
Scotland
Mare Sightings
17
Scotland South Wales
Night sky puzzle
17
New Zealand South Wales
A crop of sightings
17
New Zealand South Wales
Businessmen frightened
17-18
Canada South Wales
What thundered into Buffer Lake?
18
America South Wales
California policemen sees saucers
18
Israel South Wales
Mystery object
18

The first contact of the century?
An old mystery revived
19-20

Life in space
The quest for clues
21+22

Keyhoe versus Adamski: epilogue 22

What is official view?
A sensational letter sheds new light
23+24

Where gravity does not rule
An African mystery
24

R. W. DRAKELife on other planets... 3
Is Venus Inhabited?
25-28

Gravity research: the 1960 awards 28

From an astronomer's notebook
W. SCHROEDERMoon Rockets29-32

International UFO Observer Corps 32

Mail Bag
Why i believe Adamskiiii
The lunatic fringeiii
Russian fake?iii
What is in a nameiv

Mars jars iv


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 6 N. 4 July - August 1960
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Flying a kite1-2

Trevor JAMESSpace Animals
A fact of life
3-7

The unobservant race 6

Ruppelt recants 7
Book:Edward J. RUPPELT,THE REPORT ON UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS - 1956

Einstein Vindicated 8

Where gravity still rules 8

Alexander MERROWIs the scientific approach the best way to the truth? 9z10

What did P.C. Kettle see?
Another old mystery revived
11-12

B. E. FINCHSilicon saucers 13

C. A. HONEYMore news of Adamski 14-15

Storm from outer space: scientists shaken 15

The Leibnitz spider
Described in a sensational account from Austria
16-18

John ROWLANDLife on other worlds
A spectographic suggestion
19-21

World Round-Up
Australia
Explosions and a saucer
21
Brazil
Physical evidence at last?
21-22
Canada
Athabasca sasquatch ship
22
Canada
Saucers over Sarnia
22
Ceylon
Cigar shape
22
England
The Langley hum
22-23
England
The Sun and spots
23
England
Sky spy
23
England
About Balloons
23-24
Scotland
Kincardineshire sightings
24
Scotland
Jet Pioneer Supports the Saucers
24
U.S.A.
Saucers fly again
24-25
U.S.A.
Douglas Mapes confesses
25

Waveney GIRVANThe Adamski photographs
a summing up
25-27+28

News from the Argentine
a Letter from Buoenos Aires
28

from an astronomer's notebook
W. SCHROEDERThe first 50 million miles29-30

Saucers and the Iron Curtain
a report from Czechoslovakia
31-32

Mail Bag
The Adamski photographs32
What did Zara see?32
The Agrest story32
Keyhoe versus Adamskiiii
Life on Marsiii
Bouquetiii
Lozo Doveiii
What Lethbridge sawiii

"I have never heard of flying saucers
Russian Astronomer
IV


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Vol. 6 N. 5 September - October 1960
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Michel, Aimé (1919 - 1992); Girvan, [Ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Saucers and the Press1-3

Evolution 2

Desmond LESLIEDesmond Leslie answers David Wightman 3-5

Charles A. MANEYThe New UFO Policy of the U.S. Air Force 6-9

Human life on 150,000 planets
Russian biologist's bold claim
9

Peter F. SHARPSaucers and Science 10-12

Waiting for a space message
Another scientist wale up
12

John M. LADEPratical steps to encourage visitors fro space 13-15

Trevor JAMESGet off the defensive 16-17

R. W. DRAKEMercury, Jupiter and others: can life exist? 18-22

John ROWLANDIs science infallible? 23-24

World Round-Up
England
Object hovers over lake
25
England
Mystery at Minsterley
25
England
Greeh light on the Great North Road
25
England
"Green moon" over Colchester
25-26
England
The Light that fooled
26
England
The Light that failed
26
England
Landing at Evenlode?
26
England
Newcastle-upon-Tyne
26
New Zealand
Invercargill roar
26-27
New Zealand
Solid Red Ball
27
Majorca
Astronomers see saucer
27
Switzerland
The Poschiavo Valley mystery
27
Mozambique
Four little spacemen
27

Flying saucers are becoming respectable
Two critics in retreat
28-29

The Hunt for Planetary Life
More news of Ozma
29

W. H. WATSONUnidentified flying objects 1947-1960
The limits of evidence
30-32

Mail Bag
David Wightman answered32
Space Animals32
Sun Spot32×iii
Carol Honeyiii
The Adamski Challengeiii

Gravity Research:r Foundation - 1960 awards iv


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Vol. 6 N. 6 November - December 1960
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
An Important Year1-2

Heresies 2

Norman E. G. CRUTTWELLWhat Happened in Papua in 1959.
A Consideration of the Papuan Sightings and their Significance
3-7

Derek DEMPSTERA man on the moon?
It may take longer than we think
8-10

B. E. FINCHRings and saucers
A Field Study
11-12

Waveney GIRVANThe contact claims
A new line in research
13-15

John LADEIs disarmament wise?: there might be hostile beings in space 16-18

Rolf WEBERThe case of the tin from campinas 19-20

Venus probe shows that scientists were wrong 21

R. W. DRAKEMan on the threshold of space 22-24

Obituary
W. J. Brown
24

World Round-Up
England
Mystery of the north-western sky
25
England
Newcastle-upon-Tyne further evidence
25
England
Astronomer's disclosure
25
England
Rainham-Buzz
25-26
Venezuela
Fiery recket report
26
U.S.A
San Francisco State cops race flying saucer
26
U.S.A
The Things fly back
26-27
U.S.A
Is this photograph genuine?
27
U.S.A
Rogue satellite photographed
27-28
Scotland
Echo 1 dogged
28
South Africa
Mysteries in Cape skies
28
Italy
Flying saucers return
28

David C. JONESThe Evenlode Incident 29-30

Science and scepticism 30

W. SCHROEDERA message from Outer Space 31-32

Mail Bag
Crimson GlowIII
Professor JungIII
The Adamski photographs - A counter challengeIII-iv
Einstein VindicatedIII
Silicon SaucersIv


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Vol. 7 N. 4 July - August 1961
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
A war of the worlds?1-2

Science 2

V. A. FIRSOFFVenus as an abode of life 3-6

The Eagle River Incident
A new contact claim
7-8

Those Russian Saucers 8

Olavo T. FONTESBrazil under UFO survey
Part III
9-11
(From: THE A.P.R.O. BULLETIN November/1960 Orthoteny In Brazil, pp. 5-7 )

Misinterpretations
Another word to newcomers
12

B. E. FINCHThe saucer - a flying plasma 13-15

Gordon W. CREIGHTONUFOs behind the Iron Curtain 17-18

Book review
Lawrance J. TACKER, FLYING SAUCERS AND THE U.S. AIR FORCE 19-20
Review: Lawrance J. TACKER,FLYING SAUCERS AND THE U.S. AIR FORCE - 1960

A blind eye in space
The closed mind of the Press
21-22

Flying saucers and the straight line mystery
Michel's book available again
22
Book:Aimé MICHEL,FLYING SAUCERS AND THE STRAIGHT LINE MYSTERY - 1958

Waveney GIRVANPublic opinion and the saucers 23

A saucer chronology 24-26+iv

World Round-Up
England
Northampton flaming object
27
England
Windsor Ice
27
England
Hampshire Sighting
27
England
Eastbourne Sighting
27-28
England
Brighton mystery
28
England
Sheffield Mystery Object
28
England
The Navy spots a flying saucer
28
England
Oberth on Saucers
28-29
England
No Meteorite
29
England
Nottingham object
29
England
Bareham Wood blue light
29
South Africa
Over Bain's Kloof
30
Nova Scotia
"We won't say anything"
30
Australia
The Tasmanian sighting
30-31
New Zealand
Tractor hit by mystery object
31
Rhodesia
An obstinate eye-witness
31
Russia
Gagarin's ooen mind
31

Obituary
Professor C. G. Jung
31

Mail Bag
Binding forces32
Danger from the stars32
Springheel Jack32+iii
Bounding Basquesiii
Saucers leave cluesiii
Missing Contactiii

George Adamski iv


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 7 N. 5 September - October 1961
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Science and Authority1-2

KrasovskiyAstronautics and extra-terrestrial civilizations 3-5
(Translated by Gordon CREIGHTON)

E. R. SMITHUFOs and Artificial Satellites 6-11

Waveney GIRVANClaimants, Ridicule and a Piece of Cake
A plea for an open mind
12-14

Why contacts are so few
The Space Administration Explains
14

The Loch Ness Monster
An old friend
15

Mystery at Jodrell Bank
Startling admissions
16-17

Tacker posted
Anti-saucer author sent to Germany
17

A Brazilian contact claim
Professor Guimaraes's story
18-20

A war of the worlds? 20

Book reviews
Michael X, WE WANT YOU IS HITLER ALIVE? 21-22
Review: Michael X,WE WANT YOU IS HITLER ALIVE? - 1969

Books on flying saucers 22

Father Gill and the Rev. Lionel Browning
What the Officials had to say
23-25

Lights over Hertfordshire
Witnesses alarmed
25+iv

World Round-Up
Scotland
Scores of witnesses
26-27
England
Similar object over North-East
27
England
Seen in the South
27
England
No balloon
27-28
England
All over the place
28
England
Like a car headlamp
28
England
Essex again
28
England
Fades rapidly
28-29
England
Globemaster comparison
29
England
Off Essex
29
England
Shepperton saucer
29
England
Isle of Wright saucers
29
Australia
Silver-red object
30
Australia
Bethungra saucer
30
West Africa
Saucer over the Sudan
30
South Africa
Unearthly noise over Dundee
30
South Africa
George sees mystery object
30-31
Southern Rhodesia
Mysertery stars
31

Mail Bag
An Angel Unawares31-32
Brickbat32
Bouquet32
Contact Claims32
Through a glass darkly32-33
Cedric Allingham33
A wide response33
The Planet Venus33
Venus and Adamski33


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 8 N. 1 January - February 1962
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Conditioned reflex1-2

Chapman Pincher write to the Editor
When is a sceptic not a sceptic?
3

Derek DEMPSTERDoes Siberia hold the proof? 4-6

Adamski's hieroglyphics
Explorer's startling discovery
7-8

America plan for 1968 Moon colony 8

Trevor JAMESThe case for contact
Part Two
9-11

The Open Letter to the Prime Minister 11

Robert CHAPMANSaucers are n longer news
The reasons for the silence
12-14

Kenneth C. BAYMANAncient tradition - and the orbital cosmos theory 15-17

Waveney GIRVANDr. Leon Davidsons's circular letter
Are saucers American secret weapon?
18-19

What do the Russians know?
More views from behind the iron curtain
20-21
(Translated by Gordon CREIGHTON)

Clues from a meteorite
An unknown organism
21

Too Big 21

I. A. VAN ASAnti-gravity
The science of electro-gravitics
22-24

Another world to newcomers
Those experts
25-26

World Round-Up
England
Obstinate witness
27
England
Moon race lost?
27
England
Reading: Metal ball from sky
27
England
Look who's talking!
27-28
England
Blaze and blast
28
England
Life under the Moon?
28
England
Kent visitors
28
Wales
Mystery object over bay
28
U.S.A.
Life on Mars?
28
U.S.A.
Over Lake Utah
28-29
Russia
Anti-gravity discovered
29
Southern Rhodesia
Fiery object
29
Australia
What the corporal saw
29-30

The "outsider" and scientific resistance 30

The credulity of the sceptic 30

Mail Bag
Science and saucer31
Space and time31-32
Contact key32
Binding forces32
Astronomers and Adamski32-iii
The Moon's ghostly sisteriii
The Eagle River Incidentiii

"Knowledge come but wisdom lingers" iv


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 8 N. 3 May - June 1962
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Another denial1-2

Photographs 2

Charles A. MANEYThe Campinas Sighting 3-6

Waveney GIRVANThe Egyptian "air raids"
A study in confusion
7-8

Joe SIMONTONThe Eagle River Incident
A letter from Joe Simonton
9-10

An open letter to professor Kopal
10-11

A Soviet view 11

Charles A. STICKLANDAdamski's Hieroglyphics 12-13
Link:
Flying Saucer Review Vol. 8 N. 6 November - December/1962 - Professor Homet and the Adamski Hieroglyphics [Malthaner, Hubert]

Celestial Fireflies 13

Meteorites? 14

W. H. WATSONExobiology
Facts and possibilities
15

Vjekoslav GRADECAKElectricity for space exploration 16-19

Life in space 19

Book review
Coral E. LORENZEN, THE GREAT FLYING SAUCER HOAX 20-21
Review: Coral E. LORENZEN,THE GREAT FLYING SAUCER HOAX - 1962

ChrononautIs the universe expanding 22

World Round-Up
England
Isle of Man Mystery
23
England
Soon Answered
23
England
Fireball? Meteorite? Foo Fighter?
23
England
Forteana
23-24
England
More from Luton
24
England
Northamptonshire Mystery
24
Northern Ireland
UFO lights up sky
24-25
South Africa
Potchefstroom Mystery
25
South Africa
Pretoria Puzzle
25
South Africa
Pretoria again
25-26
South Africa
Strange lights over Kimberley
26
Australia
Somerton Mystery
26
New Zealand
Greymouth Incident
26
New Zealand
Brilliant sky object
26
South America
UFO causes death
26-27
U.S.A
Earth calling all worlds
27
U.S.A
A 30-mile chase
27
U.S.A
Moon war warning
27
Russia
Venus life clue
27
Russia
Soviet Saucers
27

Publicity 28

Fidel A. CAPPASaucers over the Argentine
Cigars and discs sighted
29-30

Southampton mystery lights 30-31

Double Talk from the United States Air Force 31

Mail Bag
Trevor James and the Infra-red32
Moon valleys32
Unscientific?33
Menzel33


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 8 N. 6 November - December 1962
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
A leak1-2

Basil VAN DEN BERGMy discovery will prove Adamski's claim4-4
Phillip HUMANMy Interview with Basil van den Berg4-5

Sheffield 's sensational week
A major breakthrough
6-9

The Brazilian abduction
Boy's story unshaken
10-12
(Translated by Gordon CREIGHTON)

NICAP faces crisis
Warning of Air Force campaign against saucer
13-14

Waveney GIRVANHallucinations, misinterpretations and percentages 15-17

John LADEAl Bender - and After 18-18

Flashback to 1948 19
(From: The Times, February 25, 1948 )

Michael DAVISA problem of Orthoteny 20-21
Link:
Flying Saucer Review Vol. 8 N. 2 March - April/1962 - Towards a generalisation of Orthoteny and its applications to the North African sightings [Vallée, Jacques]
Flying Saucer Review Vol. 8 N. 6 November - December/1962 - Orthoteny

Hubert MALTHANERProfessor Homet and the Adamski Hieroglyphics 16+30
Link:
Flying Saucer Review Vol. 8 N. 3 May - June/1962 - Adamski's Hieroglyphics [Stickland, Charles A.]

World Round-Up
England
Another Derbyshire sighting
22
England
Norwich. Seeing's not believed
22
England
Buxton visitor
22
England
Stratford-on-Avon sighting
22-23
England
Bournemouth mystery
23
England
Another ice bomb
23
England
Leicestershire. Saucer scares woman
23
England
The cautious policemen
23
Sweden
Unidentified submarine
23-24
Ireland
Another ball from the sky
24
New Zealand
Changing Colours
24
South Africa
Blood-red object in sky
24
South Africa
Down on the farm
24
South Africa
Outdshoorn object
24
South Africa
A reader 's query
24
South Africa
Loerie sighting
24
South Africa
United Airlines Pilot photographs UFO
25
Brazil
A bottle with two necks
25
Brazil
A hundred Witnesses
25

An open letter to Lord Hailsham 26

Gordon W. CREIGHTONAmazing news from Russia
Can this be true?
27-28

Masters of Space? 29

Orthoteny 30
Link:
Flying Saucer Review Vol. 8 N. 6 November - December/1962 - A problem of Orthoteny [Davis, Michael]

C. M. PITHERThe Moon and the Planets 31

Mail Bag
A genuine photograph32
In defence of orthodoxy32-33
Science and Religioniii
A Minnesota sightingiii
USAF Press Releaseiii+ iv
Farnborough Sightingiv
Vortex-driven sky-wheelsiv

Aviation and Space Iv


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 9 N. 3 May - June 1963
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Once in Cornwall1-2

Aimé MICHELGlobal Orthoteny
Aimé Michel's latest discovery
3-7
(Translated by Gordon CREIGHTON)

Desmond LESLIEPoliticians and the UFO 8-10

Russia's Moon Discovery 10

Two Classic Sightings 11-12

Charles BOWENTime, Saucers and the Fourth Dimension 13

No Life on Venus? 14+25

The cat peeps out of the bag 14

Waveney GIRVANGood Advice from the Past 15-16

Men of other planets. The Vatican newspaper's views 16

David RUDMANA Colour Photograph 17-18

Gordon W. CREIGHTONThe Italian Scene - Part 3
Bruno Ghibaudi's contact claim
18-20

Mystery Satellites 20

Old but True 20

World Round-Up
England
A sceptic's sighting
21
England
Yeovil mystery
21
England
Bolton revised
21-22
England
Over Wallsend
22
England
Wimbledon Saucer
22
Northern Ireland
Search off Rathlin
22
France and Chile22
New Mexico
Something from outer space
22-23
Australia
"I have no idea what it is "
23
Australia
Stationary object
23
New Zealand
Another photograph
23
New Zealand
Hallucinated cows?
23
South Africa
Kimberley and Johannesburg
24
South Africa
Durban sighting
24
Hawaii24

Wade WELLMANPhobos and Deimos: an Inquiry 26-27

C. M. PITHERThe Moon and the Planets 28

Mail Bag
Soy Satellites
Cigar-Shaped Object29
Meeting Dr. Menzel29-30
A regular flight30

Universal Life 30

Desmond EDWARDSFlying Saucers and the Brass Curtain 31-32+iii

Obituary
Wilbert B. Smith
Iii

The dawn of magic Iv


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 9 N. 5 September - October 1963
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Faith versus Science1-2

Perils of Weekly Journalism 2

Waveney GIRVANThe Wiltshire crater mystery
The meteorite that never was
3-7
Postscript to the Chalton crater
What Mr. Selwood saw
8

Randallism in Bristol 8

Jacques VALLÉEHow to classify and codify saucer sighting 9-12

A speech by Wilbert B. Smith 13-16

World Round-Up
England
Surrey woman sees saucer
17
England
Oldham six see saucer
17
England
Essex UFO
17+18
England
Newcastle upon Tyne flying tyre
18
England
Manchester boy sees spinning UFO
18
England
Bebington sighting
18
England
Southampton crater
18
England
Flamborough Head crater
19
England
Giant crater in Westmoreland
19
England
Cadet sees saucer
19
England
Wolverhampton mystery
19-20
England
Flamborough Head-another mystery
20
England
Southend UFO
20
England
Malvern mystery object
20
England
Hooded men
20
England
London and Home Countries
20
England
Another Bristol sighting
20-21
England
Two boys see saucer
21
Scotland
Edinburgh sighting
21
Scotland
Three more craters
21
South Africa
The saucer at Richard's Bay
21-22
South Africa
Northern Natal sighting
22
U.S.A
Mystery blaze at Belfast, Maine
22-23
Hong Kong
Over the Peak
23
Tasmania
Mystery object returns
23

Mail Bag
Russia's radar probe24
Globe Orthoteny24-25
Lenticular Clouds25
Correction25
Percentages26
Weird craft26
Unknown object in space26-27
The Charlton Crater27

World Round-Up
Australia
Another mystery sphere found
27
Australia
Moore recent local sightings
27

Orthographic projection 28

C. M. PITHERThe Moon and Planets 29

Antonio RIBERA"BAVIC" in the Iberian Peninsula 30-32

Sir Bernard Lovell: Steady Progress 31

Wade WELLMANThe Psychology of Scepticism 32+iii+iv

Mysterious Hole iv


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 10 N. 6 November - December 1964
Flying Saucers Service Ldt, London

Editor: Charles BOWEN
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Contacts1-2

Death Waveney Girvan 2

Waveney GIRVANTen Years Old 3-4

Charles BOWENObituary
Our Friend Waveney Girvan
5

The Socorro Classic 6-7

Antonio RIBERAUFO's and the Sea 8-10

Gordon CREIGHTONThe Mysterious Templeton Photograph 11-12
(Reprint Flying Saucer Review Vol. 46 N. 2 Summer/2001 The Mysterious Templeton Photograph, pp. 13-14)

Whidby Island contact 13-14

Soil Samplers 14-15

Charles BOWENMystery Animals 15-17

Gordon CREIGHTONA Brazilian Sighting 18

A. G. CADMANA Layman's Time and Space 19-21

I. M. PITHERThe Moon and the Planets 21

World Round-Up
England
Dunstable: A bright blue object
22
England
Another Mystery Animal
22
England
Convetry man stops laughing
22-23
England
"Big round searchlight"
23
England
Three orange lights
23
England
Mystery at Elsdon
23
England
Over Pelsall
23-24
England
Three littlehampton fishermen see UFO
24
England
Flying objects over Kirkby
24
England
Two Golders Green UFOs
24-25
England
Manchester disbeliver's testimony
25
England
Bletchley Mystery Objects
25
England
Two sightings from Flight international
25
Wales
Wrexham sighting
26
South Africa
Cigar over Kimberley
26
Australia
"Floodlit like a sportsground"
26
U.S.A.
Professor Charles Maney seek UFO debate
26
U.S.A.
More reports from Professor Maney
26-27

Mail Bag
Spindle-shaped image28
Star-like objects28
The Bermuda Triangle29
A message from Outer Space?29
The Planet Venus30

G.W.C.What the Soviet Press is Saying 31

The lon Engine 31

The New Zealand "Flap" of 1909 32+iii


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 10 N. 3 May - June 1964
Flying Saucers Service Ldt, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Trained Minds1-2

Jacques VALLÉEEntities associated with type 1 sightings
Part two - The scientific interpretation
3-5

Gilbert G. INGLEFIELDFatima
The three alternativers
5-6

Bruno FRIEDMANPlanets 7-10

Hidden Star Signalling Earth? 10

R. W. DRAKESpacemen in the Middle Ages 11-13

Barrie POTTAGERing clouds and angel air 14-16

Guy J. CYRLife on the Moon? 16-17

World Round-Up
England
Stafford Plastic Effigy from the Sky
18
England
Kent Mystery
18
England
Isle of Wright Mystery Hole
18
England
Chiswick Sighting
18-19
England
More from Southampton
19
England
Over Leicester
19
England
Wolverhampton Again
19
England
Mystery Blast
19
England
Brighton Saucer
20
Australia
A "pencil-shaped light"
20
New Zealand
Ring Shaped Object
20
New Zealand
No Satellite
20

Mail Bag
Dr. Menzel21-22
Menzel versus Michel22
The "Entities": the facts and the legend22
The Fourth Dimension22-23
Moon Rocket23+32
Fatima32
Lenticular Clouds32
"Meteors"iii

A message from Outer Space? 23-24

Was this the Charlton saucer?
A contemporary sighting in Lancashire
24-25

Peter F. SHARPSaucer photographs 25-26

C. M. PITHERThe Moon and Planets 26

On the Road to Vereeniging 27-28

Obituary
Dr. R. J. Irving- Bell
28

Book review
Waveney GIRVANThe world of Dr. Menzel28-31
Review: Donald H. MENZEL, Lyle G. BOYD,THE WORLD OF FLYING SAUCERS - 1963

The Cosford UFO
The mystery deepens
31-32

What the President said 32


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The international journal of cosmology and eschatology and for the discussion of reports of unidentified flying objects and their alien occupants
Vol. 36 N. 2 Summer 1991
FSR Publications Ltd, High Wycombe, Bucks

Editor: Gordon CREIGHTON
Name: Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Gordon CREIGHTONWe shall see the four horsemen (Revelations, Chap VI)1-2

Gordon CREIGHTONMysterious deaths of British and Intelligence personnel 2-10

Paul WHITEHEADSpecial report to FSR (May 1991)
B.A. pilots report UFOs over continent and north sea. R.A.F. "Tornado" takes evasive action as UFOs "formate" on planes over the north sea
10

Denny DENSHAMExclusive report to FSR
A story about the scientists of the British Ministry of Supply, and about their film of two UFOs
11-12

Waveney GIRVANScandinavian eclipse expedition films U.F.O.s 11-12
(From: Flying Saucer Review Vol. 2 N. 1 January - February/1956 Scandinavian eclipse expedition films U.F.O.s, pp. 6-7 )

Charles BOWENDoubts about the Lifjell film 12-13
(From: Flying Saucer Review Vol. 18 N. 1 January - February/1972 Doubts about the Lifjell film, pp. 23-24 )

Mr Densham's second report to FSR on UFOs 14

More on the Mosjoen encounter 14

Pete WILLSHER"Moody Blues" UFO encounter in 1967 15-16

"Eve""Ket me see where it isn't " 16

Gordon CREIGHTON"Little snoopers"? 17-18

Yusuke J. MATSUMURACrop circles appear in Japanese paddy fields (1990) 20

George D. FAWCETTMore on UFO visits to U.S. nuclear energy sites 21

Mail Bag
The Mosjoen encounter21
An important letter from a French scientist21-22
An extraordinary interesting letter22
End of an Age?22-23
"Signs of the Times"?23
Books from South Africa, etc.23
Do the JINNS fear our microwaves?23+24
FSR's "huge staff"24
"Cornfield circles"24
From a German reader24+iii
Denizens of the "Light" and of the "Darkness"iii
All those Russian "plasma vortices"iii
The "professional Ufologist"iii
An index for FSR!iii+iv
Reader's supportiv
An interesting sighting in Southern Scotlandiv

An important Notice Iv