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Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 21 N. 3/4 November 1975
Editor: Charles BOWEN
FSR Publications Ltd, Barnet, Herts
Name: Aleixo, Hulvio Brant (1926 - 2006) ; Bord, Colin (1931 - 2022) ; Bowles, Peter ; Buhler, Walter ; Clark, Jerome (1946) ; Cox, Raymond E. ; Cramwinckel, A. ; Creighton, Gordon (1908 - 2003) ; Dufour, Jean C. ; Freyone, Angel ; Galindez, Oscar A. ; Green, H.D. ; Greenwood, Stuart ; Guerrero, Enrique Lòpez ; Hoville, Wido ; James, B. ; Johnson, Donald A. ; Johnston, Donald A. ; Micklem, Nathaniel ; Mosley, Gay ; Poher, Claude (1935) ; Randles, Jenny (1951) ; Ribera, Antonio Jorda (1920 - 2001) ; Roberts, W. K. ; Romaniuk, Pedro (1923 - 2009) ; Saunders, David R. ; Schmidt, Henry ; Schwarz, Berthold Eric (1924 - 2010) ; Sprinkle, Leo Ronald (1930 - 2021) ; Steer, Barbara D.G. ; Takanashi, Jun-Ichi ; Vallée, Jacques (1939)
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Donald A. JOHNSON, A Structured Approach to the Analysis of non Physical UFO Evidence. pp.3-6+15
MUFOB
New Series N. 10 (44) Spring 1978
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
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Donald A. JOHNSON, Re-examining the Statistics pp.3-5
MUFOB
New Series N. 12 (46) Autumn 1978
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
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Donald A. JOHNSON, A STRUCTURED APPROACH TO THE ANALYSIS OF NON-PHYSICAL UFO EVIDENCE pp.41-48
The Journal of UFO Studies
Vol. 1 N. 1 1979
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
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Donald A. JOHNSON, Washington State Reports Include UFO on Videotape pp.3+4
MUFON UFO JOURNAL
No 178 December 1982
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
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Letters (Mail) p.12
MAGONIA
N. 11 1982
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
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Donald A. JOHNSON, The effects of position and distance in UFO ignition-interference cases pp.1-8
The Journal of UFO Studies
Vol. 3 1983
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
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Donald A. JOHNSON, UFOs in Washington skies pp.4-6
International UFO Reporter
Volume 13 number 2 March/April 1988
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
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Donald A. JOHNSON, Revival of 61-Month Wave Theory p.16
MUFON UFO JOURNAL
No 241 May 1988
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
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Donald A. JOHNSON, Whidbey Island "Unknown" pp.9-11
MUFON UFO JOURNAL
No 244 August 1988
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
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Donald A. JOHNSON, Size, Distance, and Duration Parameters of the Ignition-Interference Effect pp.123-152
Author:Mimi HYNEK (ed.)
Title: THE SPECTRUM OF UFO RESEARCH - The Proceedings of the Second CUFOS Conference, September 25-27, 1981, Chigaco, Hillinois
Publisher: J.A.Hynek CUFOS, Chicago 1988
Name: Johnson, Donald A. ; Ballester Olmos, Vicente-Juan (1948) ; Basterfield, Keith ; Guasp, Miguel (1953) ; Holt, Alan C. ; Hopkins, Budd (1931 - 2011) ; Hynek, Joseph Allen (1910 - 1986) ; Jeffers, Joan ; Lawson, Alvin H. (1929 - 2010) ; Maccabee, Bruce (1942) ; Melton, Gordon J. (1942) ; Pinotti, Roberto (1944) ; Rodeghier, Mark (1953) ; Schechter, Howard R. ; Schuessler, John F.
Language:English
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Donald A. JOHNSON, The Bangor CE3 pp.4-6+23
International UFO Reporter
Volume 14 number 4 July/August 1989
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
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Donald A. JOHNSON, Survey of Ufologists and Beliefs in Unexplained Phenomena pp.18-21
MUFON UFO JOURNAL
No 249 January 1989
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
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Richard H. HALL, Mark RODEGHIER, Donald A. JOHNSON, The prevalence of abductions: A critical look pp.131-135
Journal of UFO Studies
New Series Vol. 4 1992
Name: Hall, Richard H. (1930 - 2009) ; Rodeghier, Mark (1953) ; Johnson, Donald A.
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Donald A. JOHNSON, Why the Linda case is a hoax pp.5+22
International UFO Reporter
Volume 18 number 2 March/April 1993
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
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Richard H. HALL, Mark RODEGHIER, Donald A. JOHNSON, UFO ABDUCTION SURVEY: A CRITIQUE. Widely quoted as evidence of millions of abductions, the Roper Report & its findings are questioned. pp.9-11+14
MUFON UFO JOURNAL
No 303 July 1993
Name: Hall, Richard H. (1930 - 2009) ; Rodeghier, Mark (1953) ; Johnson, Donald A.
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Donald A. JOHNSON, Do nuclear facilities attract UFOs? pp.7-9
International UFO Reporter
Volume 27 number 2 Summer 2002
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
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Authors: Donald A. JOHNSON, David R. SAUNDERS
Title: THE UFOCAT USER'S GUIDE THE UFOCAT 2002 USER'S GUIDE
Publisher: Sun River Research Institute April 2002
Name: Johnson, Donald A. ; Saunders, David R.
Language:English
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Vol. 21 N. 3/4 November 1975
FSR Publications Ltd, Barnet, Herts

Editor: Charles BOWEN
Name: Aleixo, Hulvio Brant (1926 - 2006); Bord, Colin (1931 - 2022); Bowles, Peter; Buhler, Walter; Clark, Jerome (1946); Cox, Raymond E.; Cramwinckel, A.; Creighton, Gordon (1908 - 2003); Dufour, Jean C.; Freyone, Angel; Galindez, Oscar A.; Green, H.D.; Greenwood, Stuart; Guerrero, Enrique Lòpez; Hoville, Wido; James, B.; Johnson, Donald A.; Johnston, Donald A.; Micklem, Nathaniel; Mosley, Gay; Poher, Claude (1935); Randles, Jenny (1951); Ribera, Antonio Jorda (1920 - 2001); Roberts, W. K.; Romaniuk, Pedro (1923 - 2009); Saunders, David R.; Schmidt, Henry; Schwarz, Berthold Eric (1924 - 2010); Sprinkle, Leo Ronald (1930 - 2021); Steer, Barbara D.G.; Takanashi, Jun-Ichi; Vallée, Jacques (1939)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
A sorry story1-3

Leo R. SPRINKLEA preliminary report on the investigation of an alleged UFO occupant encounter3-5
Appendix to the preliminary report on Carl Higdon5-7

Jacques VALLÉE, Claude PHOERBasic patterns in UFO observations
A paper given at the 1975 Meeting of the American Institute for Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) at Pasadena, California
8-13

Gordon CREIGHTONThe car that turned transparent 14-15

Oscar A. GALÍNDEZThe anthropomorphic phenomena at Santa Isabel
Part 2
16-21
(Translated by Gordon CREIGHTON)

Berthold Eric SCHWARZNew Berlin UFO Landing and repair by crew
A Psychiatric-Paranormal Survey of the Principal Witness
22-28

Donald A. JOHNSTONThe Bangkok UFO photographs 29-31

Hulvio Brant ALEXIOBebedouro II: the little men return for the soldier
While a deaf-mute mimes a solemn warning!
32-35
Walter BÜHLERThoughts on the Bebedouro case36-38
(Translated by Gordon CREIGHTON)

Pedro ROMANIUKThe case of the "green men" 39-42
(Translated by Jane THOMAS)

Antonio RIBERAThe mysterious "Ummo" affair
Part 5
43-46

W. K. et al. ROBERTSFrom the Tasmania "flap" of 1974
Part 1
47-51

Jerome CLARKIowa's Bashful humanoid 52-53

Readers' Reports
Fusiform object over the Channel53
18th Century enigma54
Dazzling object over South East London54-55
Puzzling phenomena over Rock of Gibraltar55
Mystery lights55

Wido HOVILLEThe army and E.M. effects 56-57

Mail Bag
From Dr. Nathaniel Micklem, C.H.58
On the Ummo affair58
On the Ummo affair58
Ummite philosophies?58
Underwater bases59
Poltergeists and UFOs59
From Dr. Dave Saunders59
Creed59
Lansing's Clocklike Patterns59
UFOs and metal-benders: that noise59-60

World Round-Up
England
Caterham Landing?
60
England
Bell-shaped UFO near Winnersh
60-61
Baffling Berkshire light61
Rash of Reading UFO reports61-62
Report from the Yorkshire Moors62
More Berkshire activity?62
Republic of Ireland
Timolin landing?
62
Colombia
Warning of worldwide catastrophes from UFO cantactee
62
India
You have been warned
62
India
Jungle humanoids
62-63
Rhodesia
"Paralyzing" light
63
Rhodesia
Police chase UFO
63
Tanzania
Almost Human?
63
United States of America
Aura of mystery surrounds missing persons
63
U.S.S.R.
Tungus Meteorite a Comet
63

Colin BORDBooks your children shouldn't read 64
Review: Peter RYAN, Ludek PESEK,UFOs AND OTHER WORLDS - 1975

Jenny RANDLESBritish Groups make TV appeal for scientific ufology iii+iv


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New Series N. 10 (44) Spring 1978

Editor: John RIMMER
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial notes2

Donald A. JOHNSONA Structured Approach to the Analysis of non Physical UFO Evidence
3-6+15

Ten Years on
The Editors look Back, on a Decade of Ufology
7-8+16

Intcat - An International Catalogue of Type I UFO Reports
Peter ROGERSONPart 159-12

Nigel WATSONAs his tenth birthday contribution to MUFOB, Nigel Watson reveal some of the hazards of historical ufology
The Cigar Ship of 1909!
13

Roger SANDELLChallenging the Chariots 14-15

Notes and quotes16

Book Reviews
JRStuart HOLROYD, PRELUDE TO THE LANDING ON PLANET EARTH 18
Review: Stuart HOLROYD,PRELUDE TO THE LANDING ON PLANET EARTH - 1977
John RIMMERSome recent paperbacks18-19
Review: Ronald D. STORY,THE SPACE-GODS REVEALED - 1976, David A. J. SEARGENT,UFOS: A SCIENTIFIC ENIGMA - 1978, J. Allen HYNEK,THE HYNEK UFO REPORT - 1977, Leonard H. STRINGFIELD,SITUATION RED - THE UFO SIEGE - 1977
PRScience Fiction: History, Science, Vision18
PRThe Ancient Wisdom18
PRA Dictionary of Fairies19
PRJean-Claude BOURRET, THE CRACK IN THE UNIVERSE 19
Review: Jean-Claude BOURRET,THE CRACK IN THE UNIVERSE - 1975
Brad STEIGER, GODS OF ACQUARIUS 19-20
Review: Brad STEIGER,GODS OF ACQUARIUS - 1976


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New Series N. 12 (46) Autumn 1978

Editor: John RIMMER
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial notes2

Donald A. JOHNSONRe-examining the Statistics 3-5
Link:
MUFOB New Series N. 8 (42) Autumn/1977 - More Ghosts in the Machine [Sharp, Alan W.]

Letters
Mail Allen H. GREENFIELD, Ian LAWES, Nigel WATSON5

Nigel WATSONAnatomy of a Percipient
Part 2
6+11-12

Intcat - An International Catalogue of Type I Reports
Peter ROGERSONPart 177-10

Roger SANDELLThe Airship & Other Panics 12-13

Peter ROGERSONThe Concrete Dream 13-14

Theatre and book reviews
JRAll along the watchowers. By Colin Bennett, directed by John Ashford. ICA Theatre15
PRVicente-Juan BALLESTER OLMOS,OVNIS: EL FENÓMENO ATERRIZAJE15
Review: Vicente-Juan BALLESTER OLMOS,OVNIS: EL FENÓMENO ATERRIZAJE - 1978
PRThe Vanishing People: a study of traditional fairy belief, Briggs, Katharine Fairy Faith in Celtic Countries, Evans-Wents, W.W.15-16
Review: W.Y. EVANS-WENTZ,THE FAIRY FAITH IN CELTIC COUNTRIES - 1911
RSThe Tumour in the Whale, Dale, Roiney16


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Vol. 1 N. 1 1979
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Richard F. HAINESVOICE STRESS ANALYSIS IN UFO WITNESSES 1-7
Abstract: This paper provides evidence why UFO investigators and others should use caution in the use of specialized equipment which claims to analyse the amount of stress present in the human voice. Six technical limitations are documented: (1) poor inter-judge scoring reliability, (2) problems caused by different words used by the witness, (3) scoring problems caused by the quality of the tape recorder used, (4) scoring problems caused by the speed of the recording, (5) difficulties caused by the possibility that vocal responses may be subject to voluntary control, and (6) scoring problems related to the level of stress present and the witness stress response threshold. Such devices do have some merit when used with proper training and with an understanding of their technical limitations;some of these factors are also discussed.

Alvin H. LAWSONHYPNOSIS OF IMAGINARY UFO "ABDUCTEES" 8-26
Abstract: In an attempt to evaluate objectively the claims of UFO "abductees", imaginary abductions were induced hypnotically in a group of volunteers who had no signi ficant knowledge of UFOs. Eight situational questions comprising the major components of a typical abduction account were asked of each subject. Although the researchers expected major dissimilarities, an averaged comparison of data from four imaginary and four "real" abduction narratives showed no substantive differences. Also, extensive patterns echoing well-estab lished details from "real" UFO reports emerged from the "naive" subjects' im aginary sessions. There is as yet no satisfactory explanation for the patterns and other similarities between imaginary and "real" abductions. But more significantly, there are parallels between these patterns and the "image constants" or recur rent descriptions of form, color, and movement reported by subjects in drug- induced hallucination experiments, and in so-called "death narratives", among other mental processes. Thus there is reason to accept at least some parts of the "real" abductees1 stories as accurate reflections of what their sensory mec hanisms have reported. However, despite many similarities, there are crucial differences such as alleged physical effects and multiple witnesses which arguethat UFO abductions are separate and distinct from imaginary and hallucinatoryex periences. With these distinctions in mind, an abduction model is proposed- witnesses actually perceive images from whatever source such as bright and pulsating lights, lattice-textured forms moving randomly in the sky, lighted tunnels, humanoid figures, with data from the imagination, etc. memory, These abduction constants are combined nesses to create a "real" UFO encounter. and existing UFO data known by wit The subjective reality of the intense hallucinatory experience is a physically real event. Subsequently they may re port the "truth" as they have experienced it, although actual occurences remain unclear. el, The complexities of the UFO phenomenon are affirmed by the above mod since still unexplained are many puzzling matters, including the greatest mystery of all, the nature of the stimulus which initiated witness and so triggers the abduction sequence. the imagery in the The writer prefers a dualistic UFO hypothesis. But while there is a continuing absence of unambiguous physical evidence, this study concludes that UFOs are in psychological terms unquestionably real, and further that non-physical UFO research is promising

Paul J. LAVRAKAS, Dennis P. ROSENBAUMASSESSING BELIEF IN EXTRATERRESTRIAL LIFE: THE BEXTL SCALE 27-31
Abstract: With the advent of organized attempts to search for extraterrestrial life (e.g., SETI), it has become important to plumb the depths of the public's belief in its existence. The measurement of such a quantity is facilitated by the use of a scale developed by the authors: the Belief in Extraterrestrial Life (BEXTL) Scale. With the existence of this scale, it will now become easier to quantify and understand the social phenomenon of belief in the extraterrestrial hypothesis.

Joseph S, ACCETTAANGELS HAIR REVISITED 32-34
(Spanish/Catalan translation ufo press Año VI N. 15 Enero/1983 ANALISIS DE UNA MUESTRA DE "HILOS DE VIRGEN", pp. 21-23)
Abstract: Laboratory analysis of a sample of possible "angels hair" from a fall (Oct. 11, 1977) in the San Francisco, CA area is reported. widespread The samples analysed showed none of the volatility of that obtained in classicreports. ysisNonetheless, tentatively identifies the substance as airborne spider web. Anal variety of analyses performed is of importance should a "genuine" angels speciman connected with a UFO make From time to time a phenomeno- a hair its appearance.

Don C. DONDERITHE EFFECT OF CONSCIOUS AND UNCONSCIOUS ATTITUDES ABOUT UFO EVIDENCE ON SCIENTIFIC ACCEPTANCE OF THE EXTRATERRESTRIAL HYPOTHESIS 35-40
Abstract: Current scientific attitudes toward UFO evidence are reviewed and contrasted with the growing interest in communicating with extraterrestrial intelligence (ETI). Conscious rejection of the extraterrestrial UFO hypothesis is attributed to the rigidity of current paradigms, Bayesian thinking with zero prior probability for the extraterrestrial hypothesis, and a low signal-to-noise ratio in the publicly available data. The interest in ETI, on the other hand, is partially attributed to unconscious acknowledgment of the UFO data and its extraterrestrial implications.

Donald A. JOHNSONA STRUCTURED APPROACH TO THE ANALYSIS OF NON-PHYSICAL UFO EVIDENCE 41-48
Abstract: The lack of indisputable hard evidence of the UFO phenomenon is thought likely to continue and therefore, the author attempts to provide a realistic, orderly approach to the analysis of non-physical UFO data. Four levels of analysis are suggested and discussed: the studies of the witness, the phenomenon, the report, and the myth of UFOlogy. Possible research directions are suggested.

Robert G. NEELEY JNR1897: THE AIRSHIP IN ILLINOIS 49-69
Abstract: The author presents an in-depth analysis of the airship wave of 1897 in Illinois as derived from an exhaustive study of Illinois newspapers. Sightings were discovered to fall into one of three categories: the moving lights, the "description" sightings, and landing/occupant sightings. Each group was examined and encapsulated and possible identifications of some of the sightings are suggested. Several classic cases of the airship from the literature are examined

Bruce MACCABEESCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATION OF UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS: PART I 70-92

James A. HARDERARE THERE PATTERNS IN UFO ABDUCTION CASES ? 93-97
Abstract: The abduction experiences of 104 individual subjects are examined. Male/females statistics multiple participation, case publicity, family relationships, occupational and educational backgrounds are studied with the conclusions found that the abductees tend to be more highly educated and skilled, as well as psychologically stable than perhaps has been thought.

William C. McCALLWHAT WE CAN LEARN FROM THE EMOTIONAL REACTIONS OF UFO ABDUCTEES 98-100

Leo R. SPRINKLEWHAT ARE THE IMPLICATIONS OF UFO EXPERIENCES? 101-109
Abstract: The history of the author's involvement with UFOs is discussed. A research project of the author (the identification and psychological studies of persons who claim to experience psychic impressions of UFO phenomena) is described. The "reality" of and possible interpretations of abduction accounts received under hypnosis is commented upon.


Image not available MUFON UFO JOURNAL
Official Publication of MUFON Mutual UFO Network,Inc
No 178 December 1982
Mutual UFO Network
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

From the Editor2

Donald A. JOHNSONWashington State Reports Include UFO on Videotape 3+4

Keith BASTERFIELDVehicle Interference Effects: A Review 4+5-7+8

Paul STOWETechnical Review of Radiation Evidence in Cash-Landrun Case 8+9
Link:
MUFON UFO JOURNAL 182 April/1983 - Cash-Landrum Radiation

Bruce S. MACCABEEOpen Letter to Philips Klass
Re: Statements Made on NOVA Program
9+10
Link:
MUFON UFO JOURNAL 182 April/1983 - N.Z. Radar Case

William L. MOORESoviet UFO Cover-up: A Response 10+11
Link:
MUFON UFO JOURNAL 176 October/1982 - The Great Soviet UFO Coverup [Oberg, James E.]
MUFON UFO JOURNAL 182 April/1983 - Journalistic Standards

John F. SCHUESSLEROblong UFO Lands on Water 11

T. Scott Jr. CRAINNOVA Review 12+13

Virgil STAFFRobert Scheaffer: "Ufologist" 13-14
Link:
MUFON UFO JOURNAL 182 April/1983 - UFOlogist Sheaffer Replies

Critic's Corner
Robert WANDERERThe Lesson of NOVA15+16

Walt ANDRUS1982 UFO Summit Conference 16-17

Letter
NOVA Disclaimer18

Lucius FARISHIn Others' Words19

Alvin H. Lawson Award 19

Walt ANDRUSDirector's Message20+18+19


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N. 11 1982

Editor: John RIMMER
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial2

Peter ROGERSONGhost Writers 3-5+10

A Second Look
Ian CRESSWELLObjections to the "B.T." Hypothesis 6-10

Letters
Mail Kevin McCLURE10
Mail Christopher D. ALLAN11
Mail Alan. GARDINER11-12
Mail Donald A. JOHNSON12

Alvin H. LAWSONThe Abduction Experience 13-15

Magonia Christmas & New Year Quiz 15

Books
PRSeymour Mauskopf & Michael Mcvaugh R., The Elusive Science: Origins of Experimental Psychal Research16
PRHansen Eysenck & Carl Sargent, Explaining the Unexplained: Mysteries of the Paranornal16
PRHilary EVANS, INTRUSIONS, SOCIETY AND THE PARANORMAL 16-17
Review: Hilary EVANS,INTRUSIONS, SOCIETY AND THE PARANORMAL - 1982
PRGurney, Myers and Podmore, Phantasms of the Living17
PRJohn Hasted, The Metal Benders17
RSJanet and Colin Bord, Earth Rites - Bob Pegg, Rites and Riots17-18
JRTom LIND, THE CATALOGUE OF UFO PERIODICALS 18-19
Review: Tom LIND,THE CATALOGUE OF UFO PERIODICALS - 1982
JHPaul DEVEREUX, EARTH LIGHTS 19
Review: Paul DEVEREUX,EARTH LIGHTS - 1982
JHJohn Randall, Psychokinesis: A Study of Paranormal19-20


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Vol. 3 1983
Center for UFO Studies

Editor: Joseph Allen HYNEK, Mimi HYNEK
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Donald A. JOHNSONThe effects of position and distance in UFO ignition-interference cases 1-8

David FINKELSTEINRelativistic limits to relativistic travel 9-13

Richard F. HAINESResults of sound spectrum analysis of the metallic noises of a tape-recorded radio transmission between Cessna VH:DSJ and the Flight Service of Melbourne, Australia 14-23

Bruce MACCABEEScientific investigation of unidentified flying objects: Part two 24-52

Mark MORAVECPercipient studies 53-60

Jon BECKJORDDimensional concepts in relation to UFOs, bigfoot, and the Loch Ness monster 61

David W. SWIFTScientists' selection of new research topics: UFOs vs. SETI 62-75


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Volume 13 number 2 March/April 1988

Editor: Jerome CLARK
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Jerome CLARKIll breeze3+23
Link:
International UFO Reporter Volume 13 number 3 May/June/1988 - Gulf Breeze

Donald A. JOHNSONUFOs in Washington skies 4-6

Jerome CLARKCoral E. Lorenzen (1925-1988); APRO (1952-1988) 6+11+20

Robert E. BARTHOLOMEW, Keith BASTERFIELDAbduction states of consciousnes 7-9+15
Link:
International UFO Reporter Volume 13 number 3 May/June/1988 - Abduction states

Dennis STACYGulf Breeze: a note to the skeptical 10-11

Mark RODEGHIERGulf Breeze: a note to the committed 12-13

I. SCOTTBedroom light 14-15
Link:
International UFO Reporter Volume 13 number 4 July/August /1988 - Internal lighting

Chris RUTKOWSKICETI: communicating effectively with terrestrial intelligence 16-18

George M. EBERHARTThe current literature 19-20
Review: Brad STEIGER,THE FELLOWSHIP - Spiritual Contact between Humans and outer Space Beings - 1988, Jenny RANDLES,THE UFO CONSPIRACY - 1987, Vicente-Juan BALLESTER OLMOS, Juan Antonio FERNANDEZ PERIS,ENCICLOPEDIA DE LOS ENCUENTROS CERCANOS CON OVNIS - 1987, Nigel WATSON,PHANTOM AERIAL FLAPS AND WAVES - 1987


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Official Publication of MUFON Mutual UFO Network,Inc
No 241 May 1988
Mutual UFO Network
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

From the Editor2

APRO 1952 -1988

Linda J. STRANDDimensions: An Interview With Jacques Vallee 3-8
(Italian translation UFO - Rivista di informazione ufologica Anno III N. 6 Dicembre/1988 Incontro con Vallée, pp. 12-18)

Walter N. WEBBPursuing The Ultimate Encounter 8-10

Donald M. WARE, Charles D. FLANNIGAN, Walter H. ANDRUSThe Gulf Breeze, Florida Photographic and CE III Case
Part II
11-15

Donald A. JOHNSONRevival of 61-Month Wave Theory 16

Richard HALL"Uninvited Guests" - A Preview 17-18
Book:Richard H. HALL,UNINVITED GUESTS - 1988

Dan WRIGHTMUFON Management: A Quiet Crisis 18-19

Bob GRIBBLELooking Back20-21

The Night Sky
Walter N. WEBBMay 198822

Walt ANDRUSDirector's Message24-23


Image not available MUFON UFO JOURNAL
Official Publication of MUFON Mutual UFO Network,Inc
No 244 August 1988
Mutual UFO Network
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Michael A. PERSINGERPossible Increased Cancer and Depression Risk Among UFO Field Researchers and Populations Near "Flap" Areas 3-6

Donald M. WARE, Charles D. FLANNIGAN, Walter H. ANDRUSThe Gulf Breeze, Florida Photographic and CE III Case
Part V
6-8

Donald A. JOHNSONWhidbey Island "Unknown" 9-11

David DOBBSMUFON Amateur Radio Net Report 11

Tobias OWENSome Notes on Photographic Trickery 12-14

Bob GRIBBLELooking Back14-16

Letters To The Editor
Mail Jenny RANDLES16-17

Lucius FARISHIn Others' Words17-18

The Night Sky
Walter N. WEBBAugust 198818

Walt ANDRUSDirector's Message20+19


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Title: THE SPECTRUM OF UFO RESEARCH - The Proceedings of the Second CUFOS Conference, September 25-27, 1981, Chigaco, Hillinois

Editor: Mimi HYNEK
Publisher: J.A.Hynek CUFOS, Chicago
Year: 1988
Pages: 214
Name: Johnson, Donald A.; Ballester Olmos, Vicente-Juan (1948); Basterfield, Keith; Guasp, Miguel (1953); Holt, Alan C.; Hopkins, Budd (1931 - 2011); Hynek, Joseph Allen (1910 - 1986); Jeffers, Joan; Lawson, Alvin H. (1929 - 2010); Maccabee, Bruce (1942); Melton, Gordon J. (1942); Pinotti, Roberto (1944); Rodeghier, Mark (1953); Schechter, Howard R.; Schuessler, John F.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Mark RODEGHIERForewordiii-iv

J. Allen HYNEK, Howard R. SCHECHTERNarrow-Band Acoustic Analisys of a Recoreded UFO Sound 1-12
Abstract: The recorded sound ascribed to the St. Helens, Oregon UFO is analyzed and found to have unique properties: the absence of even harmonics and of any frequency higher than 3000 Hert2. While such acoustic composition can be produced a rtific ia lly by, say, an electronic synthesizer, it appears to have no easily identifiable natural origin. Thus, even apart from possible UFO connection, the sound is of considerable scientific interest

Bruce MACCABEEThe McMinnville Photos 13-68
Abstract: On June 8, 1950 the local newspaper in McMinnville, Oregon published two photos of a 'flying saucer" which had been taken by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trent, along with a brief report on when and how the photos had been taken. The story was circulated nationally by the International News Service, which also obtained the original negatives but did not return them to the Trents. The photos received national attention viien the Colorado investigators analyzed them. The conclusion presented in the "Condon Report" was that the evidence was essentially consistent with the claim that "an extraordinary flying object. .. fiew within sight of two witnesses." Later investigation indicated that the evidence referred to in the Report was not conclusive and that there seemed to be some discrepancies between the photographic evidence and the witnesses' story. A subsequent investigation of the original negatives reconfirmed Hartmann's conclusion about excessive brightness of the bottom of the image of the unidentified object (U0) and eliminated the claim that there was a relatively long time lapse between the photos. Computer-aided analysis by CSV) revealed no indication of a suspending device and did suggest a possibly excessive edge distortion which could be attributable to atmospheric distortion if the object were far away, as suggested by the photometric analysis. I have carried out an extensive investigation into the background of the sighting since 1974 and have concluded from communication with people who have met the Trents that they could not perpetrate a hoax like this. I have concluded also that it cannot be shown from either verbal or photographic evidence that the case was a hoax. When considered along with other evidence that strongly suggest that unusual objects have been seen by many technically trained, credible observers (see, for example, Project Blue Book Special Report f!4 ), the Trent case is especially valuable because of the clarity of the photos.

John F. SCHUESSLERMedical injuries Resulting from a UFO Encounter (Cash/Landrum Case) 69-70

Alvin H. LAWSONA Touchstone for Fallacious Abductions: Birth Trauma Imagery in CE III Narratives 71-98

Gordon J. MELTONThe Contactees: A Surey 99-108

Roberto PINOTTIEVIDENCE FOR UFOs IN THE ITALIAN PAST 109-123

Donald A. JOHNSONSize, Distance, and Duration Parameters of the Ignition-Interference Effect 123-152

Mark RODEGHIERA Summary of Vehicle Interference Reports and a Description of a Possible Natural Phenomenon Causing Some Events 153-168

Budd HOPKINSInvestigating Abduction Cases 169-174

Vicente-Juan BALLESTER OLMOS, Miguel GUASPStandars in the Evaluation of UFO Reports 175-182

Keith BASTERFIELDCan Imagery Explain Certain UFO Close Encounters? 183-188

Alan C. HOLTUFO Maneuvers and Radiation: A Theoretical Perspective 189-196

Joan JEFFERSUFOs and the "Psychic Connection" or are we Missing the Message by Not Asking the Right Questions? 197-210


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Volume 14 number 4 July/August 1989

Editor: Jerome CLARK
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Jerome CLARKFlying saucer fascism3+22-23
Link:
International UFO Reporter Volume 14 number 5 September/October/1989 - Conspiracy crowd

Donald A. JOHNSONThe Bangor CE3 4-6+23

Paul FULLER, Wim VAN UTRECHTThe trouble with UNICAT
part one
7-10

Keith BASTERFIELD, Vladimir GODIC, Pony GODICThe abduction phenomenon in Australia 11-13+24
Link:
International UFO Reporter Volume 15 number 3 May/June/1990 - Australian abductions: an update [Basterfield, Keith; Godic, Vladimir; Godic, Pony]

Paolo FIORINO, Gian Paolo GRASSINO, Antonio CHIUMIENTOAbductions in Italy 13-16

George M. EBERHARTThe current literature 17-21+24
Link:
International UFO Reporter Volume 14 number 5 September/October/1989 - DISinformed

Letter
Mail Jenny RANDLES24


Image not available MUFON UFO JOURNAL
Official Publication of MUFON Mutual UFO Network,Inc
No 249 January 1989
Mutual UFO Network
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

From the Editor2

Robert JACOBSDeliberate Deception: The Big Sur UFO Filming
A Critical Analysis of the Curious Events at Vandenberg Air Force Base in September, 1964
3-8
Link:
MUFON UFO JOURNAL 251 March/1989 -

William L. MOOREMJ-12: An Open Letter 8-9

Leonard H. STRINGFIELDUFO Crash/Retrievals: Is The Coverup Lid Lifting?
Status Report V
10-14
(French translation Lumières dans la nuit Année 32 N. 296 Mars-Avril/1989 Crashes et récupérations d'ovnis: un coin du voile se soulèverait-il?, pp. 7-14)

Raymond FOWLERAn Ordinary" UFO 14-15

Richard DELL'AQUILAOhio Flap 15-17

Michael A. PERSINGERHealth Effects: A Response 17-18

Donald A. JOHNSONSurvey of Ufologists and Beliefs in Unexplained Phenomena 18-21

Lucius FARISHIn Others' Words21

Bob GRIBBLELooking Back2123

Walter N. WEBBThe Night Sky22-23

Walt ANDRUSDirector's Message24 +23


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New Series Vol. 4 1992
The J. Allen Hynek Center for UFO Studies

Editor: Michael D. SWORDS
Name: Hall, Richard H. (1930 - 2009); Rodeghier, Mark (1953); Johnson, Donald A.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Analysis of alleged fragments from an exploding UFO near Ubatuba, Brazil
Michael D. SWORDSAn introduction1-5
Walter W. WALKER, Robert W. JOHNSONFurther studies on the Ubatuba UFO magnesium samples6-25
Walter W. WALKERScientific studies of the Ubatuba magnesium fragments: a 1992 perspective26-37

Linda KERTH, Richard F. HAINESHow children portray UFOs 39-77

Michael D. SWORDSAstronomers, the extraterrestrial hypothesis, and the United States Air Force at the beginning of the modern UFO phenomenon 79-129

Richard H. HALL, Mark RODEGHIER, Donald A. JOHNSONThe prevalence of abductions: A critical look 131-135

research Note 137

David M. JACOBS, Budd HOPKINSSuggested techniques for hypnosis and therapy of abductees 138-150

Comments and Responses
Towards cooperation in abduction research151-155
Cooperation, Access, and Data155-157
Examining Narrative Evidence157-159
Folklore and Anomalus Truth Claims159-165
Fresh Air, or Air Castles in Folklore Theories?165-173

Book Reviews
Stuart APPELLEThey call it hypnosis; Hidden memories175-180
Review: Robert BAKER,THEY CALL IT HYPNOSIS - 1990, Robert BAKER,HIDDEN MEMORIES - 1992
Michael D. SWORDSThe emergence of a phenomenon181-183
Review: Jerome CLARK,THE EMERGENCE OF A PHENOMENON: UFOs From the Beginning Through 1959; The UFO Encyclopedia, Volume Two - 1992
Mark RODEGHIERSecret life184-189
Review: David Michael JACOBS,SECRET LIFE - 1992
Peter M. ROJCEWICZAngels and aliens189-200
Review: Keith THOMPSON,ANGELS AND ALIENS - 1991
Michael D. SWORDSAnomalous experiences and trauma201-205
Review: Rima E. LAIBOW, Robert N. SOLLOD, John P. WILSON,ANOMALOUS EXPERIENCES AND TRAUMA: Current Theoretical, Reserch and Clinical Perspectives - 1992


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Volume 18 number 2 March/April 1993

Editor: Jerome CLARK
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Jerome CLARKSaucer smearers3+22

The claims in question4-5
Donald A. JOHNSONWhy the Linda case is a hoax5+22
Willy SMITHThe impossible testimony of Janet Kimball6-7+21
Budd HOPKINSHouse of cards
The Butler/Hansen/Stefula critique of the Cortile case
8-14+21
David M. JACOBSA matter of ethics15-16
John E. MACKStirring our deepest fears17+21

Kevin RANDLE, Donald R. SCHMITTThe Hatch enigma 18


Image not available MUFON UFO JOURNAL
Official Publication of the Mutual UFO Network Since 1967
No 303 July 1993
Mutual UFO Network
Name: Hall, Richard H. (1930 - 2009); Rodeghier, Mark (1953); Johnson, Donald A.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Dennis STACYFLYING SAUCERS VS. UFOs
Does it really matter who first coined the phrase "Unidentified Flying Objects" to supercede the original and somewhat misleading "flying saucers," why and when? Perhaps, perhaps not. But my interest was piqued recently by a personal letter from Gordon Creighton, editor of England's Flying Saucer Review, which raised this very issue. At first glance; the issue should be fairly straightforward; after all, if we don't know that about that subject after 45+ years what do we know?
3

Robert J. DURANTCORTILE CASE: THE MISSING EVIDENCE
Some common sense questions and objections continue to plague the celebrated "Case of the Century. "
4-6
Budd HOPKINSBUDD HOPKINS REPLIES6-8

Richard H. HALL, Mark RODEGHIER, Donald A. JOHNSONUFO ABDUCTION SURVEY: A CRITIQUE
Widely quoted as evidence of millions of abductions, the Roper Report & its findings are questioned.
9-11+14

David GOTLIBFALSE MEMORY SYNDROME
False memories found in child abuse studies have important implications for UFO abduction research.
12-14

News & Views
Fund for UFO ResearchABDUCTION FUND PLEA15
Dan WRIGHTTRANSCRIPTION PROJECT UPDATE15-16
Richard M. NEAL"MISSING" EMBRYOS/FETUSES16

The UFO Press
Dennis STACYTHE WORKS OF ZECHARIAH SITCHIN17-18
Review: Zecharia SITCHIN,THE LOST REALMS - 1990, Zecharia SITCHIN,THE STAIRWAY TO HAVEN - 1980, Zecharia SITCHIN,THE WARS OF GODS AND MEN - 1985, Zecharia SITCHIN,THE TWELFTH PLANET - 1976, Zecharia SITCHIN,WHEN TIME BEGAN - 1993
THE ALLAGASH ABDUCTIONS18
Book:Raymond E. FOWLER,THE ALLAGASH ABDUCTIONS - 1993

Current Cases19-20

Reader's Classifieds21

The Night Sky
Walter N. WEBBAugust 1993

Calendar
UFO CONFERENCES FOR 199322

Walter ANDRUSDirector's Message24+23


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Volume 27 number 2 Summer 2002

Editor: Jerome CLARK, George M EBERHART (artin), Mark RODEGHIER
Name: Johnson, Donald A.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Michael D. SWORDSWhat's convincing about UFOs? 3-4

UFOs seen in Argentina 4

Haiko LIETZMedia bias and UFOs 5-6

Abductions are spiritual 6

Donald A. JOHNSONDo nuclear facilities attract UFOs? 7-9

Martian microbe? 9

James HOURAN, Kevin D. RANDLEInterpreting the Ramey memo 10-14+26-27

Jenny RANDLESCold case Ufology 15-20+31
Review: David CLARKE, Andy ROBERTS,OUT OF THE SHADOWS - 2002

Michael D. SWORDSUnusual experiences from the Timmerman files 21-24

The king soeak on saucers 24

Delphos 25
Book:Ted PHILLIPS,DELPHOS, A CLOSE ENCOUNTER OF THE SECOND KIND - 2002

UFO or balloon? 25

Letters
Mystery Alpert objects27
Link:
International UFO Reporter Volume 26 number 4 Winter/2002 - The July 1952 Coast Guard photo revisited [Nyman, Joe & Greenwood, Barry]
Cometa corrections27
Link:
International UFO Reporter Volume 25 number 2 Summer/2000 - The 1999 French report on UFOs and defense
ETs and evolution28
Who ya gonna call?29
Link:
International UFO Reporter Volume 26 number 4 Winter/2002 - UFOs in Canada, 2001 [Rodeghier, Mark]
Those fabulous Fifties29-30
Link:
International UFO Reporter Volume 27 number 1 Spring/2002 - The 1952 Nash/Fortenberry Sighting revisited [Tulien, Thomas]
International UFO Reporter Volume 27 number 1 Spring/2002 - Was there a second Estimate of the Situation? [Hall, Michael]
World-wide UFO photo catalog30

Be a space weather forecast 30

Of interest to CUFOS associates31

Mark RODEGHIERAbductees and the paranormal 32
Link:
International UFO Reporter Volume 27 number 3 Fall/2002 - Abductees and paranormal claims


Image not availableYear: 1999
Authors: Donald A. JOHNSON, David R. SAUNDERS
Title: THE UFOCAT USER'S GUIDE
THE UFOCAT 2002 USER'S GUIDE
Publisher: Sun River Research Institute April
Year: 2002
Pages: 47 pp.
Name: Johnson, Donald A.; Saunders, David R.