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Image not availableJacques Vallée, 1939 age 85 years (Vallée, Jacques Fabrice )

Allen GREENFIELD, ANATOMY OF A SCIENTIST a look at Jacques Vallee, UFO Sighter Vol 4 No 4, 1965 p.
V-J.B.O., EL DR JACOUES VALLÉE EN NUESTRO PAIS, Stendek Año VI N. 22 , 1975 p. 37
Roberto PINOTTI, Jacques Vallée, Gli Arcani Vol. VI N. 1, 1977 p. 59
Jacques Vallée, Stendek Año VIII N. 28 , 1977 p. 42
Daniela CARTIER, Il sistema di "Ufo-Controllo". Intervista a Jacques Vallée, Il Giornale dei Misteri N. 87, 1978 pp. 11-13
Roberto PINOTTI, Ufologia e fantascienza: inconciliabilità?, Il Giornale dei Misteri N. 82, 1978 pp. 16-18
L'ultima teoria di Jacques Vallee, Notiziario UFO Anno II N. 7-8, 1979 p. 33
Dr. Jacques Vallée en Argentina, CEFANC Boletin Informativo Año 1 N. 2, 1980 pp. 26-27
Daniela CARTIER, Messaggeri d'inganno, Il Giornale dei Misteri Anno X N. 107, 1980 pp. 15-17
Linda J. STRAND, Dimensions: An Interview With Jacques Vallee, MUFON UFO JOURNAL 241, 1988 pp. 3-8
Linda STRAND, Incontro con Vallée, UFO - Rivista di informazione ufologica Anno III N. 6, 1988 pp. 12-18
Presentazione di Jacques Vallée, UFO - Rivista di informazione ufologica Anno III N. 6, 1988 pp. 13-15
Edoardo RUSSO, Vallée a Bruxelles, UFO - Rivista di informazione ufologica Anno III N. 6, 1988 pp. 18-20
FSR consultant Dr Jacques Vallée on FSR and on the Americans, Flying Saucer Review Vol. 33 N. 4, 1988 pp. 12-13
Jerome CLARK, The thickets of Magonia, International UFO Reporter Volume 15 number 1, 1990 pp. 4-11
Eric MAILLOT, Confrontations d'une autre dimension, La ligne bleue survolee ? Special CNEGU, 1991 pp. 29-30
Eric MAILLOT, Discussion des cinq arguments anti H.E.T. de Jacques Vallée, La ligne bleue survolee ? Special CNEGU, 1991 pp. 19-28
Mike WOOTTEN, Vallee Comes to Britain, UFO Times N. 17, 1992 p. 4
Un nuovo libro di Vallée, Il Giornale dei Misteri Anno XXII N. 251, 1992 p. 59
Uno scienziato controcorrente, UFO NEWS MAGAZINE Anno I N. 1, 1996 p. 12
Eretico fra gli eretici, UFO NEWS MAGAZINE Anno I N. 1, 1996 pp. 11-13
Eretico fra gli eretici, UFO NEWS MAGAZINE Anno I N. 2, 1997 pp. 11-13
Claudio BAIATA, Jacques Vallée, Notiziario UFO Anno XXXII N. 20 nuova serie (142), 1998 p. 57
Keith HARARY, Jacques Vallée: c'était prévisible !, Anomalies N. 4, 1998 pp. 8-14
Vladimiro BIBOLOTTI, Pinotti, Hynek e Vallée, UFO Notiziario Anno XXXVII N. 33 nuova serie (183), 2002 p. 51
Guillermo RONCORONI, Jacques Vallée: ¿Mensajero de la decepción?, La Nave de los Locos Año 3 No 19, 2002 pp. 19-22
Giuseppe STILO, Vallée torna al "Collegio Invisibile"?, UFO - Rivista di informazione ufologica N. 32, 2005 p. 6
Roberto PINOTTI, Jacques Vallée: da che parte sta?, UFO Notiziario Anno XXXIX N.57 nuova serie (205), 2005 pp. 27-28
Gildas BOURDAIS, Gli stratagemmi di Jacques Vallée, Area 51 Anno II N. 8, 2006 pp. 34-38
Il volto controverso di Jacques Vallée, UFO MAGAZINE Anno I N. 1, 2009 pp. 12-13
Roberto PINOTTI, Jacques Vallée, un "mostro sacro" cui l'ufologia deve non poco, UFO International Magazine Anno III N. 19, 2014 pp. 34-41
Roberto PINOTTI, Jacques Vallèe, un “mostro sacro” cui l’ufologia deve non poco, DIMENSIONI I ponti di Venexia , 2014 p.
Attilio CONSOLANTE, Visitatori non invitati: da dove?, UFO International Magazine Anno V N. 22, 2015 pp. 32-36

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Jacques VALLÉE, Towards a generalisation of Orthoteny and its applications to the North African sightings pp.3-7
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 8 N. 2 March - April 1962
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
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Jacques VALLÉE, Janine VALLÉE, Mars & the flying saucers. A contribution to the scientific study of the periodicity of the flying saucer phenomenon in its correlation with the opposition of Mars pp.5-10+11
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 8 N. 5 September - October 1962
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939) ; Vallée, Janine
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Jacques VALLÉE, How to classify and codify saucer sighting pp.9-12
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 9 N. 5 September - October 1963
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
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Jacques VALLÉE, Recent developments in orthotenic research pp.3-6
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 9 N. 6 November - December 1963
Name: Creighton, Gordon (1908 - 2003) ; Vallée, Jacques (1939)
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Jacques VALLÉE, A descriptive study of the entities associated with the type 1 sighting pp.6-12
Mail Bag: Orthotney (Mail) p.32
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 10 N. 1 January - February 1964
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
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Jacques VALLÉE, Entities associated with type 1 sightings. Part two - The scientific interpretation pp.3-5
Mail Bag: The "Entities": the facts and the legend (Mail) p.22
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 10 N. 3 May - June 1964
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
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Jacques VALLÉE, The Menzel-Michel Controversy. Some further thoughts pp.4-6+20
Jacques VALLÉE, Ghost Rockets: A moment of history pp.30-32
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 10 N. 4 July - August 1964
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939) ; Creighton, Gordon (1908 - 2003)
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Jacques VALLÉE, How to select significant UFO reports pp.15-18
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 11 N. 5 September - October 1965
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
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Jacques VALLÉE, UFO Research in the USA. Part 1 - The purpose of the Survey pp.32-36
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 11 N. 6 November - December 1965
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
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Jacques VALLÉE, UFO Research in the USA. Part II - Analysis ot the Survey pp.6-11
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 12 N. 1 January - February 1966
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
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Mail Bag: NICAP or N.I.C.A.P. (Mail) p.21
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 12 N. 2 March - April 1966
Name: Earley, George W. ; Vallée, Jacques (1939)
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Jacques VALLÉE, A ten point research proposal. An Open Letter to UFO Research pp.12-14
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 12 N. 5 September - October 1966
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
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Jacques VALLÉE, The Pattern Behind the UFO Landings. Report on the Analysis of 200 documented observations made in 1954 pp.8-27
FLYING SAUCER REVIEW Special Issue
N. 1 October - November 1966
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
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Authors: Jacques VALLÉE, Janine VALLÉE
Title: LES PHÉNOMÈNES INSOLITES DE L'ESPACE Le dossier des Mystérieux Objets Célestes
Serie: L'ordre du jour
Publisher: La Table Ronde, Paris 1966
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939) ; Vallée, Janine
Language:French
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Jacques VALLÉE, Janine VALLÉE, Les mystérieux objets célestes: un problème scientifique pp.8-9+10
Lumières dans la nuit
Année 9 N. 82 Mai-Juin 1966
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939) ; Vallée, Janine
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Donald B. HANLON, Jacques VALLÉE, Airships over Texas. A contribution to the study of the 1896-1897 wave pp.20-25
Mail Bag: The truth about Aurora (Mail) p.27
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 13 N. 1 January - February 1967
Name: Hanlon, Donald B. ; Vallée, Jacques (1939)
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Jacques VALLÉE, A survey of French UFO research groups pp.22-24
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 13 N. 5 September - October 1967
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
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Jacques VALLÉE, Aleksandr KAZANTSEV, What is that is flying in our skies? pp.11-12
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 13 N. 6 November - December 1967
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939) ; Kazantsev, Aleksandr
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Jacques VALLÉE, Analysis of 8,260 UFO Sightings. A study of cases reported to the U.S. Air Force pp.9-11
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 14 N. 3 May - June 1968
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
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Mail Bag: From Jacques Vallée (Mail) p.19
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 14 N. 4 July - August 1968
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
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Mail Bag: Vallée on Witness Intimidation (Mail) p.28
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 15 N. 1 January - February 1969
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
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Jacques VALLÉE, A catalogue of 923 landing reports pp.13-14
Flying Saucer Review
Vol. 15 N. 4 July - August 1969
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
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Jacques VALLÉE, The Pattern Behind the UFO Landings. Report on the Analysis of 2oo documented observations made in I9S4 pp.27-78
Author:Charles BOWEN (ed.)
Title: THE HUMANOIDS A Survey of Worldwide Report of Landing of Unconventional Aerial Object & Their Alleged Occupants
Publisher: Henry Regnery, Chicago 1969
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939) ; Bowen, Charles (1918 - 1987) ; Creighton, Gordon (1908 - 2003) ; Hanlon, Donald B. ; Lorenzen, Coral E. (1925 - 1988) ; Michel, Aimé (1919 - 1992) ; Powers, W. T. ; Ribera, Antonio Jorda (1920 - 2001)
Language:English
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Author: Jacques VALLÉE
Title: PASSPORT TO MAGONIA From Folklore to Flying Saucers
Publisher: Henry Regnery, Chicago 1969
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
Language:English
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Jacques VALLÉE, En première parution mondiale. Un siècle d'atterrissages. Catalogue général d'observations de M.O.C. au sol de 1868 à 1968 pp.4-6
Lumières dans la nuit
Année 12 N. 99 Avril 1969
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 8 N. 2 March - April 1962
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Publicity1-2

A flying saucer tie? 2

Jacques VALLÉETowards a generalisation of Orthoteny and its applications to the North African sightings 3-7
Link:
Flying Saucer Review Vol. 8 N. 6 November - December/1962 - A problem of Orthoteny [Davis, Michael]

Saucers and the Press 7

Wade WELLMANExtra-solar UFOs 8-10

A new fact 10

Gordon W. CREIGHTONFoo Fighters 11-15

Dr. Leon Davidson's Circular! Letter 15

Proof for at sceptic
The landing at Southend
16-17

The Callow Earth
Salvation from outer space?
17

The Ivinghoe Flying Saucer
Mr. Ronald Wildman's sensational story
18+iv

Saucers over Bolton
Many local witnesses
19

John LADEFlying Saucers are Politics 20-21

World Round-Up
England
Colchester mystery
22
England
Colchester flare
22
England
Over the Malverns
22
England
Perplexity in Durham
22-23
England
Southport visitor
23
England
Ice fall at Sheen
23
England
Saucers over Darwen
23
England
Cumberland meteorite?
23
England
From outer space to Surrey
23-24
England
Triangular object over Eyres Monsell
24
England
Noise over Dursley
24
Egypt
Cairo "air raids"
24
Scotland
Space-ship over Fintry
24
South Africa
Search for crashed UFO
24
South Africa
Sky objects over Natal
24
East Africa
Superstitions aroused
25
East Africa
Tanganyika sighting
25
U.S.A
Grounded saucer
25
U.S.A
Red sphere
25-26
U.S.A
Saucers and Spaceviĺle
26
Australia
Father Gill re-affirms
26

The U.S. Air Force strikes again 26

Alexander EMMEIs there life on Earth?
The Martian point of view
27-29
(Translated by Gordon CREIGHTON)

Mystery of Hammarskjoeld's Plane Crash 29

Still pressing for a flying saucer inquiry U.S. Air Force under attack 30-31

Awards for Essays on Gravity 31

English as the space language? 231

Mail Bag
Contact stories32
An infinite cosmos32
Plasma engines32
The ashen light32
Sir Bernard Lovelliii
Soviet photographsiii
Occult phenomenaiii


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 8 N. 5 September - October 1962
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939); Vallée, Janine
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
What's in a name?1-2

Professor calls for open mind on Mars 2

Sweden takes the lead
UFO file handed over to civilian investigators
3

Schoolboy snaps saucer
"Only one explanation"
4

Jacques VALLÉE, Janine VALLÉEMars & the flying saucers
A contribution to the scientific study of the periodicity of the flying saucer phenomenon in its correlation with the opposition of Mars
5-10+11

Giant UFO over Vancouver
Panic at baseball match
11

Ivan TROENGVenus observed 12

Gordon W. CREIGHTONA cosmic view from Russia 13

Professor Charles A. Maney sees a flying saucer 14

Professor Hermann Oberth defends the flying saucer
Question at a Scientific Congress
15-16

Christopher ELLERBYSaucer from Mars? 16-18

Gravity Research awards for 1962 18

Joseph R. LEDGERSaucers or ghosts?
A new look at old legends
19-20

World Round-Up
England
Whitehaven: "I've seen a flying saucer"
21
England

Bournemouth mystery
21
England
London sighting
21
England
Buxton cigar
21-22
England
Durham alert
22
England
UFO over Richmond Park
22
Italy
Glowing red dome
22
South-West Africa
Search for mystery object
22
South Africa
Signals from Jupiter
22-23
New Zealand
Cape Hallett object
23
New Zealand
Fishermen see UFO
23
Australia
Prince of Wales Island sees silver object
23-24
Australia
Over Brisbane, too
24

The Argentine again
Hundreds see saucers and cigars
25-26

Another X-15 pilot sees space object
"There are things out there!"
26

Ice bombs 27

The Adamski Hieroglyphics
South African's startling claim
28

Luciano Galli's Contact Claim
Another Italian encounter
29-30

Mail Bag
A handsome apology
Water thieves?31
The Southend landing31
Adamski's hieroglyphics31-32
Science and Religion32


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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: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
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. 9 N. 6 November - December 1963
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Creighton, Gordon (1908 - 2003); Vallée, Jacques (1939)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Ridicule1-2

Miracle of Surgery 2

Jacques VALLÉERecent developments in orthotenic research 3-6
(Translated by Gordon CREIGHTON)

Peter F. SHARPThe truth: some suggestions for investigator 7-9

Space gremlins? 9

Gordon W. CREIGHTONMore news of Siragusa 10-11

Another speech by Wilbert B. Smith 11-14

John D. LLEWELLYNMystery Satellites 15

D. WARDMeteors or Saucers? 16

John BAINBRIDGENotes on the Dufton Fell Crater 17

P. K. HAYTHORNTHWAITEBAVIC plotted as a world circle line 17-18

The populated Universe 18

World Round-Up
England
More news from the Black Country
19
England
North Devon visitor
19
England
"Round with a flat top"
19-20
England
Landing on Wimbledon Common?
20
(Reprint Flying Saucer Review Vol. 31 N. 4 May/1986 One from the past, pp. 27)
England
Diamond shape
20
England
Seven UFOs over Blackpool
20
England
Activity over Gloucester
20-21
England
Chelmsford UFO
20-21
England
Southampton mystery
20-21
England
Medway towns mystery
20-21
England
Kent visitor
22
England
Cumberland "tumbler-shaped"
22
England
Lancashire sky puzzle
22
England
Somerset saucer
22
England
Damned fact from Kent
22
England
Walsall saucer
22-23
England
Bilston boy sees saucer
23
England
Nottingham mystery
23
Scotland
Edinburgh revisited
23
Scotland
Town councillor sees saucer
23
Wales
Bank manager's sighting
23-24
New Zealand
Cigar-Shaped object over Taupo
24
Australia
Twice the Moon's size
24
U.S.A
"Morning star" chases car
24-25

Mail Bag
Lenticular Clouds25
A new approach?25
Faith and Science26
Triangular object26
The Chalton crater26-27
Life on Mars27

C. M. PITHERThe Moon and the Planets 28

Was it a balloon? 29+iii

A hoaxer confesses
How the Press Behaves
30-31+iii

Book review32
Book:Edward J. BABCOCK,THE SHADOW OF THE UNKNOWN - 1963


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 10 N. 1 January - February 1964
Flying Saucers Service Ldt, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Impossible?1-2

Peter J. KELLYSaucers over Southampton 3-4

The Australian Spheres 5

Awards for Essays on Gravity 5

Jacques VALLÉEA descriptive study of the entities associated with the type 1 sighting 6-12

Saucer Photographs and Sketches
As many of the early books on UFO are now out of print the FLYING SAUCER REVIEW reproduces the sketches of two controversial sightings from the past for the benefit of those readers who have lately interested themselves in our subject
11+15

Peter F. SHARPAngel Hair 14-15

Luis SCHÖNHERRUFOs and the Fourth Dimension: Part 2 16-20

R. W. DRAKESpacemen in Antiquity 21-23

World Round-Up
England
Huddersfield UFOs
24
England
Round silver object
24
England
Crumpsall saucer
24
England
Teeside visitor returns
24
England
Sussex Scare
24-25
England
Another sceptic confounded
25
England
Manchester mystery
25-26
England
Another barley field puzzle
26
England
A query from Ipswich
26
England
Bilborough people see disc
26
England
Two Yorkshire sightings
26-27
England
"Mystery Object" over Carshalton
27
England
Merseyside saucer
27
England
Wiltshire UFO
27
England
Trailed by a flying saucer
27-28
England
Another over Wolverhampton
28
France
Ten UFOs
28
U.S.A
Bay Area Puzzle
28
U.S.A
UFO over De La Vista
28-29
U.S.A
UFOs Over Buffalo
29
The Argentine
"Squadron of flying saucers"
29
The Argentine
Hundreds see saucer
29
The Argentine
Robot bars the way
29-30
Australia
Sandy Creek mystery
30
Australia
Mystery object explodes
30

Mail Bag
Space robots?31
Patrick Moore31
Liverpool UFO activity31
A hoaxes confesses31
Medway towns sighting31-32
The Charlton Crater32
Lenticular clouds32
Orthotney32
The weirdest craft32+iii

Obituay
Jean Cocteau


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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: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
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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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 10 N. 4 July - August 1964
Flying Saucers Service Ldt, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939); Creighton, Gordon (1908 - 2003)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
The Lesson of Cosford1-2

Donald H. MENZELGlobal Orthoteny
New pitfalls
3-4
Jacques VALLÉEThe Menzel-Michel Controversy
Some further thoughts
4-6+20
(Translated by Gordon CREIGHTON)

Adrian COXA question of time
Part two
7-9

Gordon CREIGHTONArgentina 1962
A massive UFO visitation
10-13

The deadly Bermuda triangle 14-17

The United States Air Force changes its tune
A remarkable admission
18-19

Luis SCHÖNHERRWinged Beings 20

World Round-Up
England
Walthamstow "object from space"
21
England
Croydon UFO
21
England
Croydon again
21
England
Kent Mystery
21-22
England
Another mystery hole
22
England
Plymouth mystery
22
England
Southampton again
22
England
Air Ministry excels itself
22
Scotland
Dundee UFO
22-23
Scotland
Moorland sighting
23
Scotland
Ice from Space
23
Scotland
St. Andrews family see UFO
23
France
Triangular shaped object over Lyon
23
Ireland
Strange story from Ireland. A landing in 1922
23-24
U.S.A
More marks on the ground
24
South Africa
A pilot's sighting
24
South Africa
Dazzling "stars"
24-25
South Africa
Linden UFO
25
South Africa
The Three Rivers sighting
25
South Africa
Box-like object
25
South Africa
Object and smoke trail
25
Fiji
Double explosion
25

Mail Bag
A point for Dr. Menzel26
Southampton26
A message from space26
A Pinner Sighting26

Photo 27

Luton Revisited 28

What was the truth about Project Magnet? 29

Jacques VALLÉEGhost Rockets: A moment of history 30-32

P. K. HAYTHORNTHWAITESouthend-Rovigo line 32


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Vol. 11 N. 5 September - October 1965

Editor: Charles BOWEN
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Opportunity1-2

Change of address 2

The Gemini IV Photograph 3

The things they see... 3

Dan LLOYDThings are hotting up in the Antarctic 4-5

Charles A. MANEYIs Venus inhabited? 6-8

A Record 8

Charles BOWENA significant report from France 9-11

Welcome 11

Late extra
A Westminster Photograph
11

Judith MAGEEUFO activity along the North-East coast of Australia 12-13

The James Tilse report 1314

Apology 14

Jacques VALLÉEHow to select significant UFO reports 15-18

Canberra Incident 18-19

ITN Reports 19

Mail Bag
Australian poser20
Roanoke Radiation20
The Ark of Israelites20
Soviet Astronauts20
Contacts21
On Dr. Menzel21
Alien Entities and abductions21
Orthotenic Lines21-22
Spot near the Moon -122
Spot near the Moon - 222
Dr. Finch replies22-23
One Man's Meat...23

Dawn of a New Wave or Flap Finale? 23-24

Lionel BEERCuriosity overtakes the public at Warminster 24

Book review
Gordon CREIGHTONJacques VALLÉE, ANATOMY OF A PHENOMENON 25
Review: Jacques VALLÉE,ANATOMY OF A PHENOMENON - 1965

Paul NORMANElectro-magnetic effects of UFOs 26-28
(French translation Lumières dans la nuit Année 9 N. 80 Mars-Avril/1966 Effets électromagnétiques des "M.O.C.", pp. 11+12)

Jerome CLARKThe meaning of Contact 28-29
Link:
BUFOI Magazine No 10 juin_juil /1966 - Signification du contact [Zinsstag, Lou]

Wade WELLMANSense and Speculation
30-31
Link:
Flying Saucer Review Vol. 12 N. 1 January - February/1966 - Some Comments on Alien Involvement [Cox, Adrian R. E.]

Antonio RIBERAProfessor Hermann Oberth revisits Barcelona 32

World Round-Up
England
The flying train
33-34
England
Headmaster's report
34
England
New barley field crater
34
England
Pencil-shaped object
34
England
Flashing objects hovers
34
Australia
Object over bomber base
34
Australia
UFO leaves rainbow
34
Australia
UFOs active in Western Australia
34-35
Australia
Sky explosion
35
Australia
Daylight saucer sighting at Wandin
35
New Guinea
Report from Rev. Norman Cruttwell
35
South Africa
Puzzle for tracking station
35-36
Spain
Ribadesella saucer
36
Spain
High flyer
36
Tunisia
A new variety?
36
Cyprus
Object leaves fiery trail
36
France
Valensole incident forerunner?
36
U.S.A
Midwest UFO flap
36
Uruguay
Beach landing
iii
Argentina
Bahia Bianca incident - Van allen belt theory
36+iii
Argentina
Contact claim
36+iii
Argentina
Roof-top vigil
36+iii

Stop Press iv

World Round-Up
Tailpiece - England
Latest symptom - a smell?
iv


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 11 N. 6 November - December 1965
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Charles BOWEN
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Beliefs1-2

Hear, Hear... 2

Bernard E. FINCHThe Langenhoe Incident 3-4

Knock-out Blow at Felixstwe 4+27

G.E.P.A. Investigation
The Significant Report from France
5-6
(From: PHÉNOMÈNES SPATIAUX set 1965 )
Aimé MICHELThe Valensole Affair7-9

Phillip HUMANTwo policemen see saucer on main road 9-11

Luis SCHÖNHERRUFO's and the Fourth Dimension - Pt. 3 12-13+18

Gordon CREIGHTONArgentina 1963-64 14-17

Antonio RIBERAMore about UFOs and the Sea 17-18

Lucius FARISHMyths, Legends and UFO 19-21
(French translation BUFOI Magazine No 9 mars_avril /1966 Mythes, Légendes et Ufos, pp. 27-32)

Mail Bag
Russian Wall Painting21
The Mars Photographs21
(French translation BUFOI Magazine No 8 janv-fevr/1966 Les photos de Mars, pp. 228)
Bases in Brazil21-22
Adamski in Rome22-23
(Reprint PROBE Vol 3 No 2 (14) March-April/1966 Adamski in Rome, pp. 10)
The Moon and Spaceships23
Seeing Stars23-24
Still a mystery?24

Lake District Visitations 25-27

Late News
There isn't a clue to the blackout27
But... is this a clue?27

W. H. WATSONDelta volants 28-29

Antonio FELICIESTriangular UFO over Valladolid 29-30

World Round-Up
England
Deltavolant?
30
England
Shoreham Cylinder
30
England
Walmley Cylinder
30
England
Rocker Foursome
30
England
Disc over Stonehenge
30
England
Cigars over Littleover?
30-31
England
Postman Witness
31
England
A New Noise
31
England
Low-flying space capsule?
31
England
East Hagbourne Phenomenon
31
England
A.E.R.E. Harwell visited
31
England
Nightmare car ride near Warminster
31
England
Lorries queue to watch
31
England
Malvern Mystery
31-32
England
Street sighting
32
England
Flying Headlamps
32
England
Flying Kettle
iii
England
Unknown buzzes youths
iii
England
Fancy Flight
iii
Wales
Burning light
iii
Wales
Fairfach oddity
iii
Wales
Gorseinon cylinder
iii
Scotland
Stranraer shock
iii
Northern Ireland
"Zeppelin" over Belfast
iii
Republic of Ireland
Many sightings
iii+iv
Australia
UFO buzzes car
iv
Australia
Three-legged object
iv
Canada
Flaming object
iv
South Africa
Four-legged object
iv
South Africa
Two Mysteries
iv
South Africa
Soekmekaar Saucer
iv
Corsica
Violet light
iv
Spain
Yer another shape
iv
Argentina
UFO Bases?
iv
Chile
Violet light again
iv

Jacques VALLÉEUFO Research in the USA
Part 1 - The purpose of the Survey
32-36


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Vol. 12 N. 1 January - February 1966
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Charles BOWEN
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
CONTENTS
manca pagina 20
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Resolution1-2

Dan LLOYDImportant New England Sighting 3-4

Bernard E. FINCHBeware the Saucers 4-5

Jacques VALLÉEUFO Research in the USA
Part II - Analysis ot the Survey
6-11

Charles BOWENSouth American Republics are Watching the Skies 12-14

Bernard E. FINCHComment on the Valensole Affair
Our medical consultant has a few words to say about Aime Michel's article which appeared in the November/December issue of the Flying Saucer Review
14-15

Gordon CREIGHTONThe Great American and Mexican Blackouts 15-17

Adrian R. E. COXSome Comments on Alien Involvement 17-18
Link:
Flying Saucer Review Vol. 11 N. 5 September - October/1965 - Sense and Speculation [Wellman, Wade]

Mail Bag
Craters Compared20-21
New Thoughts on Orthoteny19
(Italian translation UFO AND FORTEAN PHENOMENA Anno II N. 9 Maggio - Giugno/1978 Nuove riflessioni ortotecniche, pp. 6+10)
Craters, and other Matters21
Clark and Wellman Challenged21-22
(French translation BUFOI Magazine No 10 juin_juil /1966 Défi à Clark et Wellman, pp. 49-50)

Bernard E. FINCHReview of a Review 22
Book:Walter SULLIVAN,WE ARE NOT ALONE - 1964

Gordon CREIGHTONArgentina 1963/64 - Part II 23-26

Late Flash 26

Jerome CLARKThe Greatest Flap Yet? 27-30

Book review
Paul THOMAS, FLYING SAUCERS THROUGH THE AGES 30
Review: Paul THOMAS,FLYING SAUCERS THROUGH THE AGES - 1965

World Round-Up
England
Ovalloid object off Selsey
30
England
Bexhill poser
31
England
Guildford mystery
31
England
Sandown sighting
31
England
Cylindrical object near Leicester
31
England
Shuttlecock shape
31-32
England
Shuttlecock again
32
England
Penge mystery
32
England
Jarrow deltavolants?
32
Channel Island
Tahat ovalloid again?
32
Austria
Formation flight
32
France
Looping UFO
32
Tunisia
Airfield alert
32+iii
Sweden
Lulea triangle
iii
Mexico
Two new cases
iii
Jordan
Guard fires on UFO
iii
Belgium
Sighting near Antwerp
iii
Sudan
Sky horror
iii
Sud Africa
Pretoria flap
iii+iv
Sud Africa
Hovering object in Transkei
iv
Switzerland
Bright pointed triangle again
iv


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 12 N. 2 March - April 1966
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Charles BOWEN
Name: Earley, George W.; Vallée, Jacques (1939)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Challange1-2

Cool comfort... 2

R .h. B. WINDERWilmslow P.C's Report 3

Charles GIBBS-SMITHThe Cappoquin Sighting 4-6
Link:
Flying Saucer Review Vol. 12 N. 5 September - October/1966 - The Cappoquin Photograph [Finch, Bernard E.]

Bernard E. FINCHInfra-Solid State of Matter? 7

Jerome CLARKThe Greatest Flap Yet?
Part II
8-11

Luis SCHÖNHERRSuperconductivity 12

Aimé MICHELValensole...
Aimé Michel writes about the comments made by Dr. Bernard Finch
12
(Translated by Gordon CREIGHTON)

Bernard E. FINCHSaucers and Speech 13

Bernard E. FINCHElectromagnetic effects 13

Donald B. HANLONVirginia 1965 Flap 14-16

Raymond W. DRAKESpacemen in Norman Times 17-19
Also printed CLYPEUS Anno II N. 3 Ottobre/1965 - Spaziali al tempo dei Normanni [Drake, Raymond W.],

Don't forget... tell your friends about the Flying Saucer Review 20

A New Consultant 20

Mail Bag
NICAP or N.I.C.A.P.21
Tau CETI21
One Deltavolant identified21-22
Speculation on dematerialisation22
Dimensional Shift?22
Antarctic Base?22
Then Moon and Spaceships... and Mars22
Martian Canal?23
Mars Photographs23

Gordon CREIGHTONArgentinia 1963-64 - Part 3 24-26

Judith MAGEEQueensland Again 26-29

John LADEA flying Saucer Foundation 30-31

Luis SCHÖNHERRThe Valensole Questionnaire 32-33

Wire-less transceiver for astronauts 32

Richard HUNTCanadian Fireballs 33-34

World Round-Up
England
Abbots Langley observation
35
England
Isle of Wight antics
35
England
Surrey deltavolant?
35
England
UFO takes to the Cotswold roads
35-36
England
Southampton sighting
36
England
"Tadpole" over Basingstoke
36
England
Passage over Poole
36
England
Downs patrol
36
England
Aston Tirrold tadpole
36-37
England
UFO at the window
iii
England
Sherif Hutton mystery
iii
England
Hereford triangle
iii
Wales
The Paralysis effect?
iii
Republic of Ireland
Cappoquin Saucer (the photograph Corroborated)
iii
Scotland
Mallaig Mystery
iii
New Guinea
Goroka incident
iii
Australia
Mandurah cylinder
iii+iv
Peru
Two very little "men"
iv
Nenzuella
Air Force sightings near Caracas
iv
U.S.A.
Wanaque Reservoir UFO
iv


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 12 N. 5 September - October 1966
Flying Saucers Service Ldt, London

Editor: Charles BOWEN
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Official Investigations1-2
Policy2
Book:Jacques VALLÉE,ANATOMY OF A PHENOMENON - 1965

The Conisborough Photograph 3-4

Gordon CREIGHTONSuccess with a UFO Detector 4-6

A Recent UFO Report from Finland
Taken from a letter of May 13, 1966 Joel Rehnstrom to Gordon Creighton
6-7

A Hoax Exposed 7
Link:
Flying Saucer Review Vol. 5 N. 1 January - February/1959 - Radio Officer's Amazing Story
Flying Saucer Review Vol. 7 N. 2 March - April/1961 - The under-carriage [Finch, B. E.]

Donald B. HANLONTexax Odissey of 1897 8-11

Jacques VALLÉEA ten point research proposal
An Open Letter to UFO Research
12-14

Maxwell C. CADEGravity - and the Quasars 14-16

Charles BOWENCross-Country cog wheels 16-17

Mail Bag
Superconductivity and hight purity metal18
Radio Signals from UFO18
Beware over-enthusiasm18-19
That Marsh Gas18-19
A Plea for human-type "visitors" and contacteees19-20
To and fro object20
Points on Valensole20-21
The Jannuary 1965 Flap21+iv

Even more amazing ... Part II
The A.V.B. Case continued
22-24
(Translated by Gordon CREIGHTON)

Bernard E. FINCHThe Cappoquin Photograph 25-26
Link:
Flying Saucer Review Vol. 12 N. 2 March - April/1966 - The Cappoquin Sighting [Gibbs-smith, Charles]

Book review
C.B.Saucer Saga26
Review: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH,THE FLYING SAUCER STORY - 1966

World Round-Up
England
Cranleigh object
27
England
Parliamentary question
27
England
Harwell scientists' sighting
27-28
England
Tremor and Swish
28
England
Mystery Animal again
28
Italy
"Gnomes reported"
28
Italy
Bizarre Moon
28
Argentina
UFO with vari-coloured lights
29
Argentina
On the Salta-Trancas road
29
Argentina
UFO follows postmaster
29
Argentina
Power House spectacular
29
Argentina
Mushroom shapes
29-30
South Africa
Fireball or UFO?
30
United States of America
Motorist "buzzed"
30

Oscar A. GALÍNDEZArgentine astronomer observes UFO "buzzing" Echo II 31

"Cigar" passes a few hundred feet obove Norwegian Ship 32

Stephenn L. SMITHThe bent beam case III


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The Humanoids
N. 1 October - November 1966
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Charles BOWEN
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Top Priority1-2

Italy
The Villa Santina Case
2

Charles BOWENUnited Kingdom
Few and Far Between
Landing and occupant reports a rarity in the British Isles
3-7

Jacques VALLÉEThe Pattern Behind the UFO Landings
Report on the Analysis of 200 documented observations made in 1954
8-27

Antonio RIBERASpain
The Landing at Villares Del Saz
28-30
(Translated by Gordon CREIGHTON)

Gordon CREIGHTONSouth America
The "Humanoids" in Latin America
30-46

W.T. POWERSU.S.A.
The Landing at Soccorro
New Light on a Classic Case
47-51

Coral LORENZENUFO Occupants in United States Reports 53-64

Donald B. HANLONU.S.A.
Questions on the Occupants
64-66

Aimé MICHELThe Problem of Non-Contact 67-70

Ed PITLO, Edgar SIEVERSSouth Africa
Was it a Landing at Silverston?
71-72


Image not availableAuthors: Jacques VALLÉE, Janine VALLÉE
Title: LES PHÉNOMÈNES INSOLITES DE L'ESPACE
Le dossier des Mystérieux Objets Célestes
Publisher: La Table Ronde, Paris
Serie: L'ordre du jour
Year: 1966
Pages: 321+4 pl.
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939); Vallée, Janine
Image not available Lumières dans la nuit
Problemes cosmiques et humines: mysterieus objets celestes, astronomie, hygiene, alimentation rationnelle, traitements naturels, respect des lois de la vie, spiritualite, etc…
Année 9 N. 82 Mai-Juin 1966

Editor: Raymond VEILLITH
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939); Vallée, Janine
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Le paradis perdu 1

Marcel DIEUDONNÉL'homme ce frugivore
(Suite et Fin)
2-3+4

Extraits de la cosmogonie d'Urantia 4-5+10

Raymond VEILLITHEtude des prophéties bibliques et privées les soucoupes volantes et "le grand coup"
Le retour du Christ
Apparition d'Êtres mystérieux qui annoncent ce retour proche
6-7+8

Jacques VALLÉE, Janine VALLÉELes mystérieux objets célestes: un problème scientifique 8-9+10

Atterrissage d'un "M.O.C." en Bretagne
(le 16-1-1966)
11+12

Observations de "M.O.C." 12-13

D'Êtres enlevés par des "M.O.C."?
En 1915: incident à Gallipoli. Le régiment a-t-il été enlevé?
14

Le détecteur "GEOS" au prix abordable de 30F. 15

Cercles "Lumière dans la Nuit" 15

Raymond VEILLITHPour la diffusion de nos idées 15

Le déplacement solaire vers Véga de la Lyre: remerciements 15

Errata et remerciements a monsieur R. Veillith 15
Link:
Lumières dans la nuit Année 9 N. 81 Mars-Avril numero supplémentai/1966 - Le déplacement solaire vers Véga de la Lyre [Zamboni, V.]

Rectificatif 15
Link:
Lumières dans la nuit Année 9 N. 80 Mars-Avril/1966 - L'homme et l'animal [Chatillon, André]

Paul BOUCHETPrévisions météorologiques du 21 Mai au 21 Juillet 1966 16


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 13 N. 1 January - February 1967
Flying Saucers Service Ldt, London

Editor: Charles BOWEN
Name: Hanlon, Donald B.; Vallée, Jacques (1939)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Taking Stock1-2

Gordon CREIGHTONThe Villa Santina Case
An important early contact claim
3-8

Oscar A. GALÍNDEZUnusual Photographs from Argentina 8-9

Maxwell C. CADEFireballs and flying saucers 10-12

R.H.B. WINDERDesign for a Flying Saucers: Part II - Construction and Performance 13-19

Immense triangular object over Majorca 19+iii

Donald B. HANLON, Jacques VALLÉEAirships over Texas
A contribution to the study of the 1896-1897 wave
20-25

Olavo FONTESEven more amazing ... Part IV 25-27
(Translated by Gordon CREIGHTON)

Mail Bag
The truth about Aurora27
An Unusual Sighting28
Saturday evening February 2nd, 196328
Link:
Flying Saucer Review Vol. 13 N. 3 May - June/1967 - Correction
Correction28+iv
Link:
Flying Saucer Review Vol. 12 N. 3 May - June/1966 - The Moon and Mars [RIBERA, Antonio & OLIVER, José M.]

Charles BOWENLate Item
The Russell Photograph
These spectacular photographs of a UFO were taken over a South London Suburb
29

Book review
Charles BOWENJacques VALLÉE, Janine VALLÉE, CHALLENGE TO SCIENCE 30
Review: Jacques VALLÉE, Janine VALLÉE,CHALLENGE TO SCIENCE - 1966

A new book by Leonard G, Cramp 31
Book:Leonard G. CRAMP,PIECE FOR A JIG-SAW - 1966

World Round-Up
England
Sightings at Tilehurst
31
England
Hartley Wintney, and Reading
31
England
Berkshire ‘Flying Octopus’
31-32
England
Caversham "Cylinder"
32
England
Reading mystery object
32
England
North Berks again
32
CZECHOSLOVAKIA32
Hong Kong
High speed balloon
32
Italy
More about the "gnomes"
32+iii
United States of America
Salesman’s contact claim
iii
United States of America
The Plasma/UFO Controversy
iv


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Vol. 13 N. 5 September - October 1967
Flying Saucer Service Ldt, London

Editor: Charles BOWEN
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Scientist and sauces1-2

Alastair PREVOSTOne-shaped UFO passes below airliner2

John HARNEY, Sharp Alan W.Report on a visit to Warminster 3-4
(From: MUFORG Bulletin June/1967 Report on a visit to Warminster )

Olavo T. FONTESDying girl saved by humanoid surgeons
Remarkable cure in Brazil reported to Flying Saucer Review
5-6
(Italian translation CONTATTI UFO /1978 Ragazza moribonda salvata da chirurghi umanoidi, pp. 120-124)

The McCarthy detector 6

Richard TURNERSome Unfamiliar "PSUFOs'
The Phosphorescent wheels
7-9

Obituary
Richard Turner
9

G. C.A landing in France in 1790 10

Alain RIFATWas it a landing at Marliens? 11-13
(Translated by Joanna HUGILL)

More about Marliens 14-15

John D. LLEWELLYNStratford-on-Avon landing with occupants: january 1959 15

Gordon CREIGHTONThe extraordinary happenings at Casa Blanca 16-18

Peter GILMANDo the cherubim come from Mars?
A preliminary study on the Gary Wilcox Contact Sory
19-21+30

Jacques VALLÉEA survey of French UFO research groups 22-24

Jean FULLERThe Exeter incidents 25-27

Brinsley LE POER TRENCHTwenty Year Back 27

Mail Bag
Essex re-revisited28
"Unmarked" Aircraft28
The Cloud Cigar/Tornado controversy28-29
When a "Meteorological" buzzed airliner29

World Round-Up
England
Alarming visitation over glassworks
30

Gordon CREIGHTONChallenge to Science 30
Review: Charles MANEY, Richard HALL,THE CHALLENGE OF UNIDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS - 1961

World Round-Up
England
UFO over Portland
30-31
England
That Brixham sighting
31
England
Marton ovalloid
31
England
Runcorn noise and lights
31
England
Cylindrical UFO over Prime Minister's constituency
31
England
UFO in the approaches to London Airport
31-32
England
Nottingham landing?
32
England
New Forest looping UFO
32
Scotland
Giamis UFO?
32
Denmark
Boy reports saucer and occupants
32
Norway
UFO near Atomic Plant
32+iii
Greece
Pyrgos UFO
iii
South Africa
The Durban UFO again
iii
Indonesia
Disappearing UFO over Sumatra
iii
Vietnam
Da Nang cylider
iii


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 13 N. 6 November - December 1967
Flying Saucer Service Ldt, London

Editor: Charles BOWEN
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939); Kazantsev, Aleksandr
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
A worthy topic1-2

C.B.Late news
Official russian move on UFOs
2

Charles BOWENBritain's Busiest UFO Days
A preliminary Survey
3-4

Bernard WIGNALLThe Okehampton Incident 5

R .h. B. WINDERVehicle stoppage at hook6-7
Bernard E. FINCHPhysiological effects on witness at hook7+27

Peter HAYTHORNTHWAITEThe Heysham sighting and photograph
Report on an interview with the witness
8-9
Percy HENNELLPercy Hennell comments9

What the Russians are reading... 10

Jacques VALLÉE, Aleksandr KAZANTSEVWhat is that is flying in our skies? 11-12

Maxwell C. CADEA long, cool look at alien intelligences
Part IV - Possible significance of Parapsychology
13-15

Gordon CREIGHTONA small "experiment"? 16-17+20

Jerome CLARKWhy UFOs are hostile 18-20
(Reprint Flying Saucer Review Vol. 47 N. 4 Winter/2002 Why UFOs are hostile, pp. 6-9)

W. H. WATSON19th century paraglider?
Our contributor, sho lives in South Australia, makes an interesting suggestion that seems to underline the idea that th Ufonants are generally a few decades ahead of us with their devices
21

Olavo T. FONTESA suggested scientific investigation of the UFO phenomenon 22-24

Antonio RIBERAMidsummer sightings over Andorra 25

Mail Bag
Desmond Leslie on George Adamski26
Warminster Mystery26
The Wilmslow police Sighting26
The creatures at Bauru26
The moon of Venus26
Is 1968 the year?26-27
Comrades in Arms27
That 1897 contraption - an idea27
Comments on FSR, Vol. 13, No. 427-28
Induced Amnesia?28
On triangles and "silencers"28+iii

World Round-Up
Dan LLOYDBritain's fly-over wave29-30
England
Lancing light
30
Ghost, UFO, or what?30-31
Australia
"Flaming" object over Sydney
31
Northern Ireland
Creatures reported
31
Finland
Light over Jyvaskyla
31
Spain
Flying "Soup tureen"
31
Triagular object over Caceres31
UFOs over Madrid31
Canary Island
Rotating object over Grand Canary
31-32
Peru
Landing at Chosica
32
Crash-landing by UFO on College roof32
One for the "monster" book32
United States of America
Triangular object over Redding
32

R. A. JAHNsatellites and UFOsiii


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An international journal devoted to the study of Unidentified Flying Objects
Vol. 14 N. 3 May - June 1968
Flying Saucer Service Ldt, London

Editor: Charles BOWEN
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Stop press
A $500,00 "trick"
Lid taken off the Colorado Cauldron
ii

Editorial
The Leopard's Spots1-2

Leonard G. CRAMPThe Whippingham Ground Effects
Was the damage to crops caused by a UFO?
3-8

Jacques VALLÉEAnalysis of 8,260 UFO Sightings
A study of cases reported to the U.S. Air Force
9-11

Brian STROSSThe ?Ihk'Als12
Gordon CREIGHTONMiddle American Creature Reports12-15

Donald B. HANLONOccupants observed at Norco
A Californian Case of 1955
15-16

BUFORA News 16

Charles BOWENMore unusual humanoids 17-19

Mail Bag
Queries on the Heflin Photographs20
Ralph Rankow replies20-21
More Heflin Queries21
UFO and Poltergeist phenomena21
Tracking UFOs21
That July 17/18, 1967, object21-22
The Australian motorcyclist's claim22
New Group22
The Keel "phases"22
The DePolo contact claim22

John A. KEELA New Approach to UFO Witnesses 23-24
(Italian translation UFO AND FORTEAN PHENOMENA Anno II N. 8 Marzo - Aprile/1978 Un nuovo approccio ai testimoni, pp. 10-12)

Pigeon shoot on the col d'aspin 24
Link:
Flying Saucer Review Vol. 14 N. 2 March - April/1968 - Pigeon shoot on the col d'aspin [Lagarde, Fernand]

Gordon CREIGHTONFirst Catch Your Flying Saucer 25

Antonio RIBERASpanish Jets Chase UFO
With other reports from Spain
26-27

Wilhelm S. SIMONSENAn Invisible Speaking UFO? 27

World Round-Up
U.S.S.R.
UFOs reported by astronomers, and other sources
28
U.S.S.R.
Astronomers' observations
28
U.S.S.R.
School director's sighting
28
U.S.S.R.
Latvian report
28
U.S.S.R.
Polar aerial sighting
28
U.S.S.R.
Comment
28-29
U.S.S.R.
Academy of Science counterblast
29

Brinsley LE POER TRENCHTwenty Year Back - 6 29

Dan LLOYDRound-up of Britain's autumn flap
Part II
30-32+iii

World Round-Up
Peru
UFO Squadron over Lima
iii
Chile
Three Saucers alarm populace
iii

Mail Bag
Defective vision?III


Image not available Flying Saucer Review
An international journal devoted to the study of Unidentified Flying Objects
Vol. 14 N. 4 July - August 1968
Flying Saucer Service Ldt, London

Editor: Charles BOWEN
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
That programme1-2

Alastair PREVOSTSighting in a Bristol Park
Clergyman and wife see a strange ground-level object
3-4

David ABBOTTBuckinghamshire Man Photographs UFO5-6

Percy HENNELLPercy Hennell comments 6

John A. KEELWest Virginia's Enigmatic "Bird"
A special report by John A. Keel
7-14

Joanna HUGILLA tube of light 15-16

Andean encounter 16-18
(Translated by Gordon CREIGHTON)

Hypnotised Policeman reports Encounter with Entity 18-19
(From: U.F.O. Investigator VOL. 4 N. 5 March /1968 Hypnotised Policeman reports Encounter, pp. 1 )

Mail Bag
From Jacques Vallée19
Not Extraterrestrial19-20
Ufo Detector and the Storrington Reports20
Reply to Messrs Brunt and Brandt20-21
Disappearances21
The villarez del Saz Landing21

F. LAGARDEUFOs and Fault Lines 22-26+iv
(Translated by Gordon CREIGHTON)

J. GILLINGSCat among the pigeons 27

Gordon CREIGHTONUFOs, Earthquakes and Volcanoes 28-29

Olavo T. Fontes, M.D. 29

John C. HUGILLA Sussex Dragon Legend
The Winterfold and Cranleigh district of Surrey is only a short distance north of the county boundary with Sussex. Remembering John Michell's interesting speculations about British dragon (or Worm) legends,* we were intrigued to learn of Mr. Hugill’s discovery of an ancient dragon tale located close to our present-day “spectre territory”’.
30-31

A Ministry of Defence Explanation
The Angus Brooks Sighting
31-33

World Round-Up
England
UFOs over Brough
33
Australia
Red lights in the paddock
33
Canada
UFO scares Nova Scotia cattle?
33
Malaya
Kampong Keramat UFOs
33-34
Spain
Creature reports
34
Link:
Flying Saucer Review Vol. 20 N. 4 January/1974 - Errata
Azores
The sentry and the saucer
34
Sweden
Mystery of the lakes
34+35

Charles BOWENAll fireballs? 35
Book:Philip J. KLASS,UFOs IDENTIFIED - 1968

Ufo Evidence Supplement 34-35

Look out for these books
Book/Magazine:Coral E. LORENZEN, Jim LORENZEN,UFOs OVER THE AMERICAS - 1968, Raymond Walter DRAKE,SPACEMEN IN THE ANCIENT EAST - 1975

Charles BOWENNo easy solution to the Morro mystery 36+iii

Brinsley LE POER TRENCHTwenty Years Back iii

Roger PERRINJAQUETA landing in Switzerland? iv


Image not available Flying Saucer Review
An international journal devoted to the study of Unidentified Flying Objects
Vol. 15 N. 1 January - February 1969
Flying Saucer Service Ldt, London
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Amiable eccentrics?1-2

W. DANIELS, M. H. TURNERThe Milakovic Report 2-3+24

Nigel RIMESAnother hospital visited 4-6

Charles BOWENKeeping watch on Valensole 7

Contact casualty on Reunion 8+11
(From: Lumières dans la nuit - Contact Lecteurs 11e Année N. 96 bis Novembre/1968 La Plaine-des-Cafres, pp. 10-11 Translated by Gordon CREIGHTON)

Dan LLOYDLet's take off our blinkers 9-11

Aimé Michel FSR consultant 10

Hulvio B. ALEIXOHumanoids encountered at La Baleia
Part 2
12-14

John A. KEELThe "little man" of North Carolina 15-16

R .h. B. WINDERTurning point 17-18

David Jr. BROBECKUFOs and commercial air traffic - Part 3
Project
19-21

Gordon CREIGHTONConfrontation at Lins 22-23

The Alderburgh Platform 23-24

Anthony DURHAMUFOs and ball lighthing 25-26

Jerome CLARK, Lucius FARISHThe 1897 story - Part 3 26-28

Brinsley LE POER TRENCH20 years back 28

Mail Bag
Vallée on Witness Intimidation28
Was Whippingham barley diseased28
The disappearing scarecrow28
UFOs and fault lines28-29
Stranger on the street29
The Fogl Photograph29

Charles BOWENSky spectacular 31-32

World Round-Up
Algeria
Biskra Saucer
32
Brazil
Dino Kraspedon"
32
Mozambique
UFO trails lorry
32
Rumania
Reports down the years
32-33
South Africa
Cloud-like UFO
33
Spain
Humanoids in Majorca patio
33+iv
Spain
Landing in Aragon
iv
USSR
Huge UFO near Moscow
iv


Image not available Flying Saucer Review
An international journal devoted to the study of Unidentified Flying Objects
Vol. 15 N. 4 July - August 1969
Flying Saucer Service Ldt, London

Editor: Charles BOWEN
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
The Moon & UFOs1-2

Gordon CREIGHTONThe Kuala Lumpur UFO 3-5

Henry-Jean BESSETThe witness at Brazey-Enmorvan 6-7
(Translated by Gordon CREIGHTON)

Jacques LEMAÎTREA paln for Valensole 8-12

Jacques VALLÉEA catalogue of 923 landing reports 13-14

R.h.b. WINDERDr. Condon's dilemma 15-17

Walter BÜHLERthe mysterious Caconde case 18-19

Mail Bag
Witness intimidation20
Suggestion about reprints20
The McCarthy UFO detector20
Mysterious radio signals20
Mr. John Keel and the Gemini sighting21
Link:
Flying Saucer Review Vol. 15 N. 2 March - April/1969 - Review of the final Report of Dr. Edward U. Condon [Keel, John A.]

Charles BOWENUFOs and psychic phenomena
Thoughts on a lecture given by Air Marshall Sir Victor Goddard
22-25

Nigel RIMESThe Clemente Ferreira Sanatorium UFO 25-26

John A. KEELThe principle of transmogrification 27-28

Anthony J. BRUNTTwo "creature" reports from New Zealand 29-30+iii

World Round-Up
England
Norfolk auto-stop
31
Argentina
UFO-induced trance?
31
Bangui
One from the past
31
New Zealand
Farmer's photograph
32
New Zealand
Investigator's report
32

Charles BOWENThe Library of Congress Bibliography
Miss Lynn Catoe's Magnum Opus
iii
Book:Lynn E. CATOE,UFOS AND RELATED SUBJECTS: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY - 1969

World Round-Up
Puerto Rico
UFO sighted from airfield
iii


Image not availableYear: 1966
Author: Charles BOWEN (ed.)
Title: THE HUMANOIDS
A Survey of Worldwide Report of Landing of Unconventional Aerial Object & Their Alleged Occupants
ISBN: 0-8092-8231-3
Publisher: Henry Regnery, Chicago
Year: 1969
Pages: 256
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939); Bowen, Charles (1918 - 1987); Creighton, Gordon (1908 - 2003); Hanlon, Donald B.; Lorenzen, Coral E. (1925 - 1988); Michel, Aimé (1919 - 1992); Powers, W. T.; Ribera, Antonio Jorda (1920 - 2001)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Charles BOWENIntroduction7-11

Charles BOWENUNITED KINGDOM
Few and Far Between
Landing and occupant reports a rarity in the British Isles
12-26

Jacques VALLÉEThe Pattern Behind the UFO Landings
Report on the Analysis of 2oo documented observations made in I9S4
27-78

Antonio RIBERASPAIN
The Landing at Villares del Saz
77-81
(Translated by Gordon CREIGHTON)

Gordon CREIGHTONSOUTH AMERICA
The Humanoids in Latin America
84-129

W.t. POWERSU.S.A.
The Landing at Socorro
New Light on a Classic Case
130-142

Coral LORENZENUFO Occupants in United States Reports 143-176

Donald B. HANLONU.S.A.
Questions on the Occupants
177-186

Gordon CREIGHTONITALY
The Villa Santina Case
An important early contact claim
187-199

Gordon CREIGHTONBRAZIL
The Amazing Case of Antonio Villas Boas
200-238

Charles BOWENInteresting Comparisons
The Hills, A.V.B. and Valensole
239-248

Aimé MICHELThe Problem of Non-Contact 249-256


Image not availableAuthor: Jacques VALLÉE
Title: PASSPORT TO MAGONIA
From Folklore to Flying Saucers
Publisher: Henry Regnery, Chicago
Year: 1969
Pages: xi, 372 p. illu
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
Image not available Lumières dans la nuit
Mystérieux objets célestes et problèmes connexes
Année 12 N. 99 Avril 1969

Editor: Raymond VEILLITH
Name: Vallée, Jacques (1939)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Jacques VALLÉEEn première parution mondiale
Un siècle d'atterrissages
Catalogue général d'observations de M.O.C. au sol de 1868 à 1968
4-6

James E. McDONALDLes M.O.C.: un problème scientifique international 7-11

J. E.Soucoupes volantes, et gravitation 12-15

J. TYRODEL'ATTERRISSAGE DE FRANOIS (Doubs) 16-19
(English translation FSR CASE HISTORIES N. 2 December/1970 The Landing at Franois - 1, pp. 7-9+15
English translation FSR CASE HISTORIES N. 3 February/1971 The Landing of Franois - 2, pp. 7-8+10)
Link:
Lumières dans la nuit Année 12 N. 100 Juin/1969 - Encore Franois... [Tyrode, J.]
Lumières dans la nuit Année 12 N. 100 Juin/1969 - PHOTO EXCEPTIONNELLE D'UN M.O.C. par M. FROIDEVAUX à FRANOIS (Doubs)
Lumières dans la nuit Année 12 N. 101 Août/1969 - Précisions sur l'observation de FRANOIS (Doubs) du 1 2- 1 2-68 (voir L.D.L.N. no 99)

M. SOULADANS LA SOMME EN 1956 22+iv
(English translation FSR CASE HISTORIES N. 2 December/1970 The Somme, forty years after, pp. 14)

Guy TARADEDes gravures rupesfres aux visiteurs du Cosmos C+H

J. CARON, R. VEILLITHRelations entre l'activité solaire et quelques phénomènes terrestres D-E+F

F. LAGARDELes fils de la vierge F-G+H
Link:
Lumières dans la nuit Année 13 N. 105 Avril/1970 - A propos des "fils de la vierge" [Eraud, R.]