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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.

For each book and magazine, publication details and cover images are provided. For many books and magazines, the table of contents is also included. If a digital version of the publication exists, a link to download it is provided. (Digital versions are NOT downloadable from the site).

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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 5 N. 3 May - June 1959

36 pp.
Strike Issue
Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Flying Saucer Review, London
Vol. 5 N. 4 July - August 1959

12 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 5 N. 5 September - October 1959

36 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Waveney GIRVAN
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 5 N. 6 November - December 1959

35 pp.
Editor: Waveney GIRVAN
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 6 N. 1 January - February 1960

36 pp.
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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Waveney GIRVAN
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 6 N. 2 March - April 1960

36 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Waveney GIRVAN
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 6 N. 3 May - June 1960

36 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Waveney GIRVAN
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 6 N. 4 July - August 1960

36 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Waveney GIRVAN
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 6 N. 5 September - October 1960

36 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Waveney GIRVAN
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 6 N. 6 November - December 1960

36 pp.
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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Waveney GIRVAN
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 7 N. 1 January - February 1961

36 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Waveney GIRVAN
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 7 N. 2 March - April 1961

36 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Waveney GIRVAN
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 7 N. 3 May - June 1961

36 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Waveney GIRVAN
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 7 N. 4 July - August 1961

36 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Waveney GIRVAN
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 7 N. 5 September - October 1961

36 pp.
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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Waveney GIRVAN
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 7 N. 6 November - December 1961

36 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Waveney GIRVAN
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 8 N. 1 January - February 1962

36 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Waveney GIRVAN
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 8 N. 2 March - April 1962

36 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Waveney GIRVAN
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 8 N. 3 May - June 1962

36 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Waveney GIRVAN
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 8 N. 4 July - August 1962

36 pp.
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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Waveney GIRVAN
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 8 N. 5 September - October 1962

36 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Waveney GIRVAN
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 8 N. 6 November - December 1962

36 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Waveney GIRVAN
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 9 N. 1 January - February 1963

36 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Waveney GIRVAN
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 9 N. 2 March - April 1963

36 pp.
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Editor: Waveney GIRVAN
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London
Vol. 9 N. 3 May - June 1963

36 pp.

Image not available Flying Saucer Review
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 5 N. 3 May - June 1959
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Bunting, H.; Dunk; Gibbs-Smith, Charles Harvard; Jones, David C.; Le Poer Trench, Brinsley (1911 - 1995); Matsumura, Yusuke J.; McCoy, John; Murray, Jacquiline; Norris, Geoffrey; Norris, Peter E.; Petersen, H.C.; Ribera, Antonio Jorda (1920 - 2001); Schroeder, W.; Watson, W. H.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

International UFO Observer Corps ii

Editorial1

Full dramatic account of most important sighting yet involving 6 airliners!
Flying Saucers Escort Airliner for 45 Minutes
35 passengers watch glowing ufos
2+4

UFOTO Flashback to 1947...and to 1954 3

Flying Saucers are Possible
U.S. Admiral
4

New mystery star Baffles Astronomers 4

Amazing Story of Scottish Landing 5

Yellow Disc over London Airport 5

Did Venusian Spaceship Hit Siberia
Ask Russian Scientist
5

Earth Man's Journey into Space...
U.S. Rocket follows Red one into Solar Orbit
6

U.S. Working on Manned Moon Rocket 6

Discoverer 1 no longer in orbit 6

Satellites and rockets in orbit 6

Britain will aim at Venus 6

Britain hopes test saucer 7

Otis T. Carr test flight 7

Avro saucer ready this May 7

Flying Barrel near Debut 7

U.S. Nuclear Explosion in Space 7

Wait until invited 7

Power from heat 7

World Round-Up
Oklahoma City Saucer Flap
Red & White UFO makes 180 degree turn
8
Red and White pear-shaped UFO over Mexico8
Glowing Cigar over Bermuda8
Blue flying object over Carinthia, Austria8
Big red ball over Montreal8
Rugby family and neighbours watch UFO for 1 hour9
Dome-shaped craft takes off from farmer's field9
Report of saucers landing in North Alaska and North Pole9
Aquamarine UFO over Israel9
And now square saucers!9

Charles H. GIBBS-SMITHVenus and the Nose-cone Light
A study in the Lunacy of Explainistics
10-11+31

Antonio RIBERAUFO waves follow a certain pattern 12-14

International Saucer contact week-end gers world support 15

Adamski tour details 15+31

John McCOY12 Years of flying saucers... what next? 16-17

Jacqueline MURRAYFlying Saucers and Atlantis 18-19

Peter E. NORRISSpace Pioneer
Was the founder of modern astronautical thought a Russian?
20-21+iii

W. H. WATSONThe Significance of the Unidentified Deltas 22-24

DunkAnti-gravity 24+25

W. SCHROEDERFrom an Astronomer's Notebook 26-29

Panorama spotlights space events
Giant Rock Convention30
Tyneside Unidentified Flying Object Society30
Saucer Forum30
Understanding30
The Atlanteans30
Saucer Symposium in South Africa31

Selected Books
Brinsley LE POER TRENCHDino KRASPEDON, MY CONTACT WITH FLIYNG SAUCERS 32
Review: Dino KRASPEDON,MY CONTACT WITH FLIYNG SAUCERS - 1959

Mail Bag
U.O.C. Conferenceiii
Thank You Manchesteriii
Thank You Japaniii
And Thank You Denmarkiii

Late News
Earth and Back Satellite Attemptiv
Adamski Starts British Touriv
Six Watch Flying Saucer for 45 Minutesiv
Red Light in Sky Baffles Canadaiv
Chased by a a Flying Sauceriv


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Strike Issue
Vol. 5 N. 4 July - August 1959
Flying Saucer Review, London

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Greenless, Ducan; Perego, Alberto (1903 - 1981); Schroeder, W.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Beyond our Control 1

UFOs Appear at Sunrise on Radar Screens over Britain
London Airport Contrl Room Radar Sightings
2

The Silence Group Strikes Again
Captain Killian 'gagged'
3

Douglas Mapes Silenced Too 3

World Round-Up
Alberto PEREGOFlying Saucer Hovers over Turin Airport 20 Minutes4
Green Space Ship over Ethiopia4
Flying Saucer over Chile4-5
Catherine Wheel Object Two Nights over Durban5
Peardrop Shaped UFO over Welsh Town5

Special Report on...
International Flying Saucer Contact week-end
6

W. SCHROEDERFrom an Astronomer's Notebook 7-10

Panorama spotlights space events
Irish Saucer Group11
Big Saucer Convention in Los Angeles11
Lord Dowding lectures on Saucers11
Behind the Iron Curtain... Saucer Group in Poland!11-12

Book review12
Book:Calvin C. GIRVIN,THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND SAUCERS - 1958

Mail Bag
Can They Hear Our Thoughts?12


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

Editor: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH
Name: Allen, W. Gordon; Cleary-Baker, John; Dempster, Derek D.; Dunk; Fry, Daniel W. (1908 - 1992); Girvan, [Ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964); Krafft, Carl Frederick; Lade, John; Le Poer Trench, Brinsley (1911 - 1995); Smith, Wilbert B. (1910 - 1962); Williamson, George Hunt (1926 - 1986)
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. 5 N. 6 November - December 1959
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Chapman, Robert; Drake, Raymond Walter (1913 - 1989); Edwards. L.; James, Trevor; Lade, John; Lemaitre, Jules; Maney, Charles A. (1891 - 1966); Schroeder, W.; Siller, E.; Wallington, M. T.; Williams, A.
CONTENTS
Pdf manca p. 26
AuthorTitlePag

International UFO Observer Corps ii

Editorial
A Fight to a finish1-2

Two important announcements 2

Jules LEMAITREAngels or Monsters?
An unbiased enquiry into the contact reports
3-5
Editor's comment...5

Keyhoe's extraordinary telegram
An attempt at censorship?
6+7

Saucer men seen in flight: Amazing sighting from Papua 7-8

He witnessesd the impossible: they wouldn't believe him

Charles A. MANEYAn evaluation of
Aimé Michel's study of the Straight Line Mystery
10 -14

R. W. DRAKEIs Our Sun Inhabited? 15-17

World Round-Up
How confusion is spread18
England
Cigar-Shaped objects over Wokingham
18
England
Meteorites?
18-19
Scotland
Aboyne folk see saucer
19
Scotland
Sighted by hundreds
19
Pretoria has visitor
Housewife amazed
19-20
Canada
Ridicule fear holds back landing report
20
New Zealand
More men in a saucer
20
Uruguay
New investigation centre formed
20
Rickenbacker prophesies20
Russian space?20-21

Robert CHAPMANMarvel of Jodrell Bank 21-23

Trevor JAMESSaucers and Psychism 24-26

Congress has held a secret debate 27-28

Nothing to do with saucers? 28

W. SCHROEDERFrom an Astronomer's Notebook 29-32

Mail Bag
A convertiii
Lunik queryiii
What the eye didn't seeiii
Is there a conspiracy?iii
The visitors' motivesiii

Book review
John LADEFirst stop, the Mooniv


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Vol. 6 N. 1 January - February 1960
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Davidson, Leon (1922 - 2007); Delair, Bernard J.; Drake, Raymond Walter (1913 - 1989); Gibbons, Gavin (1922 - 1978); James, Trevor; Lemaitre, Jules; Rawlinson, A.; Rowe, E. H.; Schroeder, W.; Tsukamoto, Haruhiro; Wilberforce, Ernest; Yaldham Monor, J. M. L.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

International UFO Observer Corps ii

Editorial
Plea for co-ordination1-2

Sidereal Influences 2

Leon DAVIDSONWhy I believe Adamski 3-8

Jules LEMAITREA Strange Story from Brazil 9-10+11

Keyhoe versus Adamski: round two 11

Is there a conspiracy?
Our readers' views
12

Haruhiro TSUKAMOTOUFOs across the sunface 13

World Round-Up
More confusion14
Dr. Jung and the Saucers14
First catch your saucer14-15
Scotland
More activity
15
England
Mystery in the Norfolk sky
15
Canada
Girl terrified
15
Australia
Melbourne saucer scare
15
England
Gainsborough sees saucer
15-16
Holland
Mystery holes in meadows
16
Moscow
Men from other planets
16-17
The war of the worlds17
Canada
Hunters followed
17
Saucers on Colour movies17
Japan
Flying match box
17-18
England
Saucers out of favour
18
England
Mystery noise...
18
England
... Baffles the experts
18
U.S.A.
Ball of light causes scare
18

Trevor JAMESScientists, contactees and equilibrium19-21+22

Gavin GIBBONSBeware the lunatic fringe! 22-23

From an astronomer's notebook
W. SCHROEDERArtificial Satellites24-26+27

A theory boomerang: Russia answers America 27+28

Double talk from U.S.A.A.F. 28+29

Announcement
The Observer Corps
29

R. W. DRAKEThe second article in our series on an ever-fascinating subject
The Moon Inhabited?
30-32+iv

Mail Bag
Cigar Shipiii
Light on the Mooniii
An Incident of 1912iii
Link:
Flying Saucer Review Vol. 20 N. 4 January/1974 - Errata
A film mysteryiii
Saucers and Psychismiii
A 1921 Rocket?iii


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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: Bodington, L. M.; Cunningham, Martin; Davidson, Leon (1922 - 2007); Drake, Raymond Walter (1913 - 1989); Girvan, [Ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964); Manorhamilton, Douglas Taylor; Merrow, Alexander; Michel, Aimé (1919 - 1992); Pendell-Smith, Richard ; Schroeder, W.; Wilbraham, Jesse H.; Wilson, Colin (1931 - 2013)
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. 3 May - June 1960
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Allan, Christopher D.; Chernencho, Mikhail; Daniels, Wilfrid; Drake, Raymond Walter (1913 - 1989); Gibsons, Gavin; Inglesby, E.V.; Lloyd-Taylor, A.; Muirfield, Roger; Rich, Valentin; Smith, Wilbert B. (1910 - 1962); Starr, Mary; Taylour, Douglas; Wade, V.; Walton, R. H.; Wightman, David
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
The scientific approach1-2

Valentin RICH, Mikhail CHERNENKOExclusive to Flying Saucer Review
Tracks that lead to Space
3-6

On Prejudice 5

Mary M. STARRMy visitor from outer space 7-8

Angel hair in the South Seas? 8

Reader Watson goes to war
a blast from the North
9-10

The latest from Papua 10-11+12

A change of tune
United States Air Force ha second thoughts
12

World Round-Up
Life beyond the Earth13
Australia
Parabola trail
13
Australia
Flying melon
14
Australia
Our old friend 3 per cent
14
Australia
Doctors' testimony
14
Argentine
That mystery submarine
14-15
Argentine
Unchecked rumors
15
Alaska
A hurtling tube
15
Cyprus
Sky mystery
15
England
The noise in kent
15+20

How the news came to Great Britain 16

Roger MUIRFIELDSilence in the press
A glimpse behind the scenes
17-19

World Round-Up
England
A hole in Hampshire
20
England
Professor Lovell recants
20
England
Welcome - but
20
India
Head and tail
20-21
South Africa
Flaming objects
21
U.S.A.
Bowl shaped object over California
21
U.S.A.
Four western states alerted
21-22
U.S.A.
Satellite tracker
22
Wales
Dozens watch disc
22
Wales
Monmouthshire: further evidence
22

David WIGHTMANThe Adamski photographs, where and how? 23-24+25

The mystery satellite
A study in confusion
25-26

R. W. DRAKELife on other planets... No. 4
Is there life on Mars?
27-29

Wilbert B. SMITHOfficial reticence 30-31+iv

Mail Bag
Why i believe Adamski32
As big a match box?32+iii
Faked?iii
Sadam and Gomorrahiii
What Mr. Lethbridge saw?iii
Armageddoniii

Stop press
'"Untertasse" uber uns!'
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: Batchelor, Henry; Carmichael, E. R.; Finch, Bernard E.; Girvan, [Ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964); Holmes, Margaret; Honey, C. A.; James, Trevor; Johnstone, Eric Windslade; Merrow, Alexander; Poole, G.; Rowland, John; Schroeder, W.; Spicer, Lancelot; Stone, Fred P.; Taylour, Douglas
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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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 6 N. 5 September - October 1960
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Drake, Raymond Walter (1913 - 1989); Girvan, [Ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964); Hennesey, M. E.; James, Trevor; Lade, John; Leslie, Desmond (1921 - 2001); Maney, Charles A. (1891 - 1966); Michel, Aimé (1919 - 1992); Parker, H. H.; Rowland, John; Scoot, Michael; Sharp, Peter F.; Waite, H. L.; Watson, W. H.; Wells, Alice K.
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


Image not available Flying Saucer Review
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 6 N. 6 November - December 1960
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Cruttwell, Norman E. G.; Dempster, Derek D.; Drake, Raymond Walter (1913 - 1989); Finch, Bernard E.; Girvan, [Ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964); Jones, David C.; Kelly, Felix; Lade, John; Maclean, William j.; Schroeder, W.; Silverman, P. R.; Tuck, Frderich; Weber, Rolf; Wightman, David
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. 1 January - February 1961
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Brandt, Ivan; Creighton, Gordon (1908 - 2003); Dunkin Wedd, J. A.; Edwards, Allan W.; Finch, Bernard E.; Ganteaume, Horacio Gonzalez; Hebt, Christopher; Inglesby, E.V.; Jacob, A. M.; Michel, Aimé (1919 - 1992); Roddam, Peter; Spreadbury, A. J.; Taylour, Douglas; Weber, Rolf; Wright, David F.; Zinsstag, Lou (1905 - 1984)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Why we like war1-2

Gordon CREIGHTONUnidentified Satellites 3-6

Allan W. EDWARDSAn Angel Unawares? 7-10

Lou ZINSSTAGA Voice from Outer Space? 11

B. E. FINCHSilicon and Gravity 12-13

Aimé MICHELThree Genuine Photographs
Why they are authentic
13-14

Rolf WEBERWhy the Scientist Stands Aside 15-16

Ivan BRANDT"The Golden Mean" 17-19

American Vice-Presidential Candidate write about flying saucers 19

J.A. DUNKIN WEDDDiffusionist Theory and the Star Fellowship 20-22
(Reprint Amskaya No 1 January/1986 Diffusionist Theory and the Star Fellowship, pp. 3-4)

Horacio Gonzalez GANTEAUMEUFOs active over Caracas skies 23

Adamski's new book 23
Book:George ADAMSKI,FLYING SAUCERS FAREWELL - 1961

Book review
Brinsley LE POER TRENCH, THE SKY PEOPLE 24
Review: Brinsley LE POER TRENCH,THE SKY PEOPLE - 1960

World Round-Up
England
Hundreds of parachutes
25
England
Triangle of lights
25
England
Hum probe
25-26
England
Saucer and cigar
26
England
More holes in the ground
26
England
Boreham Wood giant catherine wheel
26
England
Cigar over Stroud
26
England
Cigar over Gloucester
26
England
White object
26
Scotland
Bishopriggs: Adamski type saucer
26-27
Jamaica
Two inverted "Y"'s
27
Puerto Rico
Hundreds of witnesses
27
Russia
Bacteria from Venus?
27
U.S.A.
That submarine again?
27-28
U.S.A.
Flaming object in sky causes plane disaster reports
28
South Africa
Magogong sighting
28
South Africa
Pretoria photographs
28
South Africa
"Shock of my life"
28
South Africa
Natal saucers
29
South Africa
Uitenhage landing?
29
South Africa
Down on the farm
29
Virgin Islands
Awesome spectacle
29
New Zealand
Invercargill again
30
New Zealand
Tauranga mystery
30
Australia
Tasmanian cleric spots saucers
30
Australia
Geelong mystery
30

The Weisbaden Saucer Conference 31

Mail Bag
Human life32
Silicon Saucers32
An Irish sighting32
Sun Spots32
White, yellow and blue33
Miss Hoag's photograph33
Space intelligences33

A Dutch view on saucers
A convertation in an observatory
iii

A New Director iii

A Note from the Editor iii


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Vol. 7 N. 2 March - April 1961
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Allan, Christopher D.; Bayman, Kenneth C.; Drake, Raymond Walter (1913 - 1989); Finch, Bernard E.; Fontes, Olavo T. (1924 - 1968); Inglesby, E.V.; Lane, Sandy; Sharp, Peter F.; Smith, Wilbert B. (1910 - 1962)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
What can we believe?1-2

The evolution of mystery 2

Saucers over Russia
Widespread speculation officially deplored
3-6
(Translated by Gordon CREIGHTON)

The secret weapon theory
A world to newcomers
6-

Wilbert B. SMITHBinding forces 7-8

Flying saucer with "legs" land in Normandy 9

Olavo T. FONTESBrazil under UFO survey 10-14
(From: THE A.P.R.O. BULLETIN July/1960 Orthotenic Survey in Brazil, pp. 1+3-4+7 )

R. W. DRAKECount St. German the man who never dies 15-17
(Italian translation Il Giornale dei Misteri N. 81 Dicembre/1977 Il conte di Saint Germain l'uomo che non muore, pp. 43-45)

A near miss
Canadian Air Marshal averts disaster
18

Agrest rebuked 18

Peter F. SHARPAn appraisal of the present UFO position 19-22

Welcome to our Russian readers 22

B. E. FINCHThe under-carriage 23-24
Link:
Flying Saucer Review Vol. 12 N. 5 September - October/1966 - A Hoax Exposed

Gravity Research: the 1961 awards 21

World Round-Up
England
Coventry sky mystery
25
U.S.A.
Unidentified satellite probe
25
U.S.A.
Toledo mystery
25
U.S.A.
Alaska alert
25
Canada
Canada
26
South Africa
No balloon
26
Poland
Saucer over village
26
Eire
Dublin sighting
26
Eire
Australian politician takes saucers seriously
26

Flying saucers over Tasmania
Clergyman's remarkable testimony
27-28

International UFO Observer Corps 28

The unidentified satellite
Grumman aircraft write to one our readers
29

Book review
Frank E. STRANGES, NEW FLYING SAUCERAMA , Frank E. STRANGES, MY FRIEND FROM BEYOND EARTH 30-31
Review: Frank E. STRANGES,MY FRIEND FROM BEYOND EARTH - 1960, Frank E. STRANGES,NEW FLYING SAUCERAMA - 1962

The Papua story 31

Our friend the Moon 32

The first Moon "beep"
An historic occasion
32

Mail Bag
Tin from Campinasiii
Is disarmament wise?iii
Saucers and scienceiii
Mid-Cornwall UFO groupiii
Unidentified satellitesiii
Darwin's theoryiii
Space intelligencesiii


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Vol. 7 N. 3 May - June 1961
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Adams, J. M.; Bayman, Kenneth C.; Cramp, Leonard G.; Davis, A. M.; Dempster, Derek D.; Dunkin Wedd, J. A.; Fontes, Olavo T. (1924 - 1968); Pugh, L.; Schroeder, W.; Simeon, John; Vessey, David W. I. C.; Vyner, J.
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Keyhoe versus Tacker1-2

A test of truth 2

J. VYNERThe mystery of Springheel Jack 3-6

The first earthman in space 6

Danger from the stars
A Warning from the Space Administration
7

Leonard G. CRAMPThe cosmos - Expanding or Orbital? 8-12

Book review
Donald E. KEYHOE, FLYING SAUCERS: TOP SECRET 13
Review: Donald E. KEYHOE,FLYING SAUCERS: TOP SECRET - 1960

Olavo T. FONTESThe UFO survey of Brazil
Part II
14-17
(From: THE A.P.R.O. BULLETIN September/1960 Orthoteny In Brazil, pp. 5-7+8 )

J. M. ADAMSThe presentation of photographic reports 18-20

Hoaxes: another world to new readers 20

World Round-Up
England
Sussex Mystery
21
England
Hull Riddle
21
England
Evidence from many countries
21-22
Scotland
Aberdonian Saucer
22
Scotland
Corkscrew
22
Scotland
Tiree Mystery
22
South Africa
Saucer over coast
22
New Zealand
Sea mystery
22-23
U.S.A
Sky flash over Maine
23
Sweden
Gold object
23
Russia
Flying apparatus
23

Papua: a letter from the Royal Australian Air Force 24-25

W. SCHROEDERHow far into space? 26-28

Obituarics
Arthur Cohstance29
Captain Edward J. Ruppelt29

A note from the Editor 29

A Satellite that misbehaved
Weymouth man puzzled
30

Two Russians dead in space? 31

Dead and alive
A contrast in evidence
31

Mail Bag
Kraspedon disproved32
An Angel Unawares32
Saucers and the Press32+iii
Star Fellowshipiii
Evolutioniii
Earth and the Mooniii
Tasmania Sightingiii
Corroborative Evidenceiii


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

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Creighton, Gordon (1908 - 2003); Finch, Bernard E.; Firsoff, V. A.; Fontes, Olavo T. (1924 - 1968); Girvan, [ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964); Holmes, Margaret; Lang, J. D.; Losack, J. D.; Murchinson, H. M.; Stephenson, G. N. P.
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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Vol. 7 N. 5 September - October 1961
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Barron, Henry; Clark, Jerome (1946); Clemetson, Gordon; Edwards, Allan W.; Firminger, Walter; Girvan, [Ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964); Inglefield, Gilbert S.; Krasowskiy; Leslie, Desmond (1921 - 2001); Navier, L. H.; Nelson, Robert A.; Smith, E. R.
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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Vol. 7 N. 6 November - December 1961
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Boughton, Eric G.; Chassin, Lionel Max; Cramp, Leonard G.; Creighton, Gordon (1908 - 2003); Cruttwell, Norman E. G.; James, Trevor; Morison, Robert; Ribera, Antonio Jorda (1920 - 2001); Sharp, Peter F.; Stebbing, Susanne R.; Winster, Richard
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Answering Back1-2

L. M. CHASSINSuccess is in xight 3-5

Trevor JAMESThe case for contact
Part One
6-8

Men of science 8

Antonio RIBERASpanish Orthotenies in 1950 9-11

P. F. SHARPThe search for life beyond the earth 12-15

Leonard G. CRAMPDid a scout ship touch down on the Isle of Wright? 16-17

Gordon W. CREIGHTONWhat the Soviet Press is Saying 18-19+iii

The Eagle River Incident
The U.S. Air Force comments
20

A plea for truth
A Professor writes to THE TIMES
21

Venus calling earth? 21

Book review
George ADAMSKI, INSIDE THE SPACE SHIPS , George ADAMSKI, FLYING SAUCERS FAREWELL 22-23
Review: George ADAMSKI,FLYING SAUCERS FAREWELL - 1961, George ADAMSKI,INSIDE THE SPACE SHIPS - 1955

World Round-Up
England
Lord Montgomery glimpses the obvious
24
England
Barrow-in-Furness: Pink objects
24
England
Stockport: Very strange reflections
24-25
England
Cannock: Round and spinning
25
England
Lovell learns
25
England
Swindon mystery
25
England
Jodrell Bank's new role
25
Northern Ireland
Belfast's persistent visitor
25
Northern Ireland
Belfast mystery
25-26
Northern Ireland
Mystery light
26
Australia
Angel Air
26
Tristan da Cunha
Bright object
26
Southern Rhodesia
Cigar-Shaped Object
26
Southern Rhodesia
Doctor corroborates
26
Southern Rhodesia
27
British Guiana
Conte-shaped object
27
South Africa
Circular and high
27
U.S.A
Ozma closes
27
U.S.A
Saucer hit by bullets
27-28
U.S.A
Navy alerted
28
U.S.A
The astronautical congress
28

A letter from the Rev. N. E. G. Cruttwell 29

The spacemen threw stones
Another contact story from Brazil
30-31

Mail Bag
Astronomer's sighting
Cosmic energy32
Exeter sighting32
Professor Lovell32


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

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Bayman, Kenneth C.; Bunting, H.; Chapman, Robert; Dempster, Derek D.; Finch, Bernard E.; Girvan, [Ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964); James, Trevor; Lee, E. R.; Mountford, Clive; Proctor, R. K.; Van As, I. A.; Wellman, Wade
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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Vol. 8 N. 2 March - April 1962
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Allan, Christopher D.; Cox, Adrian; Creighton, Gordon (1908 - 2003); Emme, Alexander; Grandfield, Arthur W.; Harrington, Charles W.; Lade, John; MacLean, W.J.; Stebbing, Susanne R.; Vallée, Jacques (1939); Wellman, Wade; Wildman, Ronald
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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Vol. 8 N. 3 May - June 1962
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Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Allan, Christopher D.; Cappa, Fidel A.; Cyr, Guy J.; Girvan, [Ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964); Gradecak, Vjekoslav; Maney, Charles A. (1891 - 1966); Musgrove, Arthur M.; Simonton, Joe; Stebbing, Susanne R.; Stickland, Charles A.; Watson, W. H.
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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Vol. 8 N. 4 July - August 1962
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Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Brandt, Ivan; Ceccarelli, Silvano; Creighton, Gordon (1908 - 2003); James, Trevor; Jones, David C.; Ribera, Antonio Jorda (1920 - 2001); Rudhe, Lennard; Sharp, Peter F.; Thomas, Roger; Worthley, Ed; Zinsstag, Lou (1905 - 1984)
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
But eastward look...1-2

Flying saucer tie 2

X-15 Pilot show his film
How Joe Walker nearly broke the news
3-4+13

An appeal to our readers 4

Sivano CECCARELLIMario Zuccalà's Strane Encounter 5-7

Trevor JAMESUfology
Something more than a science
79

Two Aer Lingus Pilots see saucer 9

Mars and Venus inhabited?
Famous Russian scientist admits possibility
10

The u.s.U.S. Air Force news release 11-13

Antonio RIBERATwo more facts for the UFO file 14-15

David C. JONESPublicity - how it can be achieved 16-17

The silence of professor Kopal 17

Gordon W. CREIGHTONSaucer and South Africa 18-21

A warning to America
Sir Bernard Lovell's protest
21

World Round-Up
England
Whalley UFO
22
England
Unidentified bomb in Norfolk
22
England
Bristol saucer
22-23
England
More objects over Southampton
23
England
Caution from Bradford
23
England
Blind eye in space
23
England
Another convert
23-24
EIRE
Co. Meath sighting
24
Jamaica
Many visits
24
Germany
Whose chaff over Berlin
24
Germany
New Space Riddle
24-25
Russia
A gun in the Stone Age
25
Fiji
Four bright objects
25
New Zealand
New Plymouth mystery object
25

Ivan BRANDTThe stumbling block of orthodoxy 26-28+29

Peter F. SHARPA look at gravitation 29-31+iii

Mail Bag
Adamski's hieroglyphics32
A crashed saucer?32
The Swedish scene32+iii
Foo Fightersiii


Image not available Flying Saucer Review
Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 8 N. 5 September - October 1962
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Bauer, Dora; Birch, A.; Creighton, Gordon (1908 - 2003); Ellerby, Christopher; Finch, Bernard E.; Lamb, David E.; Ledger, Joseph R.; Troeng, Ivan; Vallée, Jacques (1939); Vallée, Janine; Wellman, Wade
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. 8 N. 6 November - December 1962
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Birner, Roger J.; Brandt, Ivan; Bray, A. R.; Creighton, Gordon (1908 - 2003); Davis, Michael; den Berg, Basil; Girvan, [Ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964); Human, Philipp J.; Lade, John; Malthaner, Hubert; Morison, Robert; Nichols, T.; Pither, C. M.; Satchell, E. A.; Stebbing, Susanne R.; Van den Berg, Basil
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. 1 January - February 1963
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Cooper, L. B.; Cramp, Leonard G.; Dahle, Arvid; Davson, Cyril W.; Drake, Raymond Walter (1913 - 1989); Gibbons, Gavin (1922 - 1978); Groom, E. J.; Kassell, Allan; Lee, E. R.; Pither, C. M.; Ribera, Antonio Jorda (1920 - 2001); Stickland, Charles A.; Wellman, Wade
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
A New Year Look1-2

A Flying Saucer Brooch? 2

The Italian Scene - Part 1
Signor Siragusa's Message
3-5
(Translated by Gordon CREIGHTON)

Celestial Footballs
A strange story from Kimberley
5

Leonard G. CRAMPA Challange to the Technical Press 6-10+iii

R. W. DRAKEUFOs over ancient Rome 11-13
(French translation BUFOI Magazine No 8 janv-fevr/1966 Ufos sur la Rome antique, pp. 8-13)

Antonio RIBERAUFO survey of Spain: more evidence 14-17

Wade WELLMANThe UFO Sledgehammer 18-20

A newer world 20

World Round-Up
England
Hertforshire witnesses
21
England
Durham nurses see saucer
21
England
Gateshead sighting
21
England
"Pearl" in the sky
21-22
England
Alex Burch tells his story
22
England
Flying sphere over Surrey
22
England
Suffolk
22
England
Nobody's satellite
22-23
Eire
Bus driver "stunned"
23
Eire
A spinning object
23
Scotland
Buchan buzzer
23
South Africa
Boom and crater
23-24
South Africa
Object seen by hundreds
24
South Africa
Over the Free State
24
U.S.A.
Angel Air
24
New Zealand
Woodlande saucer
24-25
Canada
Vancouver search for space object
25
Australia
Sidney alert
25

British UFO Association inaugurated 25

Mail Bag
Sheffield sightings26
Reason fot silence26
An inhabited Mars?26-27
Saucers or ghosts?27
"Ghost rockets"27
Adamski's Hieroglyphics27

C. M. PITHERThe Moon and the Planets 28

The Alec Birch Photograph 29

Cyril W. DAVSONAn enquiry into the origin, nature and composition of gravity 30-31

Arvid DAHLEReport from Norway 31-32

We are planning to invade Mars? 32


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Incorporating Flying Saucer News
Vol. 9 N. 2 March - April 1963
Flying Saucer Service Ltd, London

Editor: GIRVAN [Ian] Waveney
Name: Burr, Frank; Bvan der berg, Basil; Drake, Raymond Walter (1913 - 1989); Dutta, Reginald; Ferris, L. M.; Kelly, Peter J.; Ledger, Joseph R.; MacLean, W.J.; Pither, C. M.; Rehn, K. Gösta; Schönherr, Luis
CONTENTS
AuthorTitlePag

Editorial
Fear2-3

The Shock of Truth 2

The Italian Scene - Part 2
The January-February FLYING SAUCER REVIEW reported that the Itlain periodical "Domenica del Corriere" had conduced an enquiry into the strange stories being related in this country by numerous witnesses and contact claimants. The reporter Renato Albanesi had started his research in a sceptical frame of mind but had ended a very puzzled man. "Frankly," he said, "I no longer know what to think. Only one thing is certain: thousands of people not only belive in the saucers but are ready to swear on oath thet dhey exist. Why? 'Because we've seen them,' they say"
3-6
(Translated by Gordon CREIGHTON)

Northern California "Flap"
Civil Defence alerted
6

The censors at work
Alex Birch lifts the veil
7-8

Life on Venus clue
Mariner II's exciting discovery
9

Luis SCHÖNHERRUFOs and Fourth Dimension 10-12

R. W. DRAKEDid UFOs stop a war?
13-14

Venus and Telepathy
Russia's opening mind
15

The Guardian breaks the silence 16

The silence is being broken 16

The Lowestoft Sighting
Object observed for a hour
17-18

Frank BURRVisitors from afar 19-20

Flying Saucers on Television 20

World Round-Up
England
Devon woman's testimony
21
England
Whitley Bay convinced
21
England
Totland Bay sighting
21
England
Lancashire light
21
England
Later mystery
22
England
Wolverhampton sighting
22
South Africa
Columns of saucers
22
South Africa
Escombe UFO
22
Kenya
Lokituang saucer
22-23
Tasmania
Branxholm mystery
23
New Zealand
No explanation at Ataahua
23

K. G. REHNClose-range observation 23-24

C. M. PITHERThe Moon and the Planets 25

Mail Bag
UFOs over ancient Rome26
Abductions26
Motive for secrecy26
Saucer Propulsion26-27
A Correction26-27

"Space beings have visited Earth"
U.S.A astronomer's belief
27

Another Lakeland saucer 28-29

Photographs 29

Scientists with half-closed minds 30

Reginald DUTTAContact Claims 31-32

Awards for Essays on Gravity 32


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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: Bowen, C. A.; Bowen, Charles (1918 - 1987); Cadei, D.; Creighton, Gordon (1908 - 2003); Edwards, Desmond; Girvan, [Ian] Waveney (1908 - 1964); Klarer, Elizabeth (1910 - 1994); Leslie, Desmond (1921 - 2001); Michel, Aimé (1919 - 1992); Pither, C. M.; Rudman, David; Wellman, Wade
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