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My Top 20 UFO Related Links on the Net

Updated on July 10, 2015
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MUFON UFO Journal author (March 1995, June 1996). Self published on UFO Window website from 1997 to 2002. Hubpages articles began late 2011.

Sketch sent to the Ministry of Defence of a UFO sighted over Woolwich, east London, Sept. 2003
Sketch sent to the Ministry of Defence of a UFO sighted over Woolwich, east London, Sept. 2003 | Source

Serious About Researching UFOs? Follow These Links

If you want to get serious about investigating the subject of UFOs, you have to utilize information that is supplied by the outstanding researchers in the field. For those of you who would like to explore other web sites that have been utilized by myself, many of them from my start of an in depth investigation back in the mid '90s, I've gathered them up and am sharing the list with you in this hub. They are presented pretty much in the order that they came up in my mind and not necessarily from the best to the least best.

The first site is one of my all time favorites. It is an all around great UFO site from Britain that is comprehensive and indispensable:

http://ufoinfo.com/contents.shtml


A new discovery of mine is UFO DNA, a web site that appears to be from Europe (Austria I believe) and features one of the most comprehensive listing of sightings (with source data) that I am aware of:

http://thecid.com/ufo/index.html


UFO Updates is a mailing list that is a premier source for current information related to UFOs from the experts in the field. Here is a link to their archive of messages that goes all the way back to 1996:

http://www.ufoupdateslist.com/


The Black Vault is an impressive and massive source of UFO related information on the net. They even have copies of my articles from the MUFON UFO Journal from March 1995 and June 1996:

http://www.theblackvault.com/


The Computer UFO Network on the World Wide Web has been a source of reliable and useful UFO sightings information for many years:

http://www.cufon.org/


Here's a link to a page created by Larry Hatches relating to his *U* UFO Database (a DOS program) that I have used loyally (as long as my old Dell that runs Windows ME continues to chug along):
http://www.larryhatch.net/index.html


This database, that will run in Windows XP or 2007, has been around longer (since 1967) and is more massive than the *U* program (it has about six times the number of sightings), but it also contains many more duplicate entries and Identified Flying Objects (IFOs):

http://www.cufos.org/ufocat.html


That last link is also hosted by The Center For UFO Studies (CUFOS) which was founded by the late, great UFO researcher J. Allen Hynek many decades ago after he stopped working for the Air Force Blue Book Project. This next link is for another UFO organization, The Mutual UFO Network, which has been around about as long as CUFOS, that I was once a member of and had two of my articles printed by them in their monthly journal:

http://mufon.com/


A fantastic web page, UFO Stalker, is great for checking out UFO sightings in your area and how the present activity (beyond your local area) compares to that of a month ago and a year ago.

http://www.ufostalker.com/?mufon=true


The National UFO Reporting Center, run by Peter Davenport in Washington State, is one of the major focal points for raw sightings data. Check out their impressive listing of sighting reports from the past and near present:

http://www.nuforc.org/

UFO shapes based on sightings from 1970 or earlier.  Photo from Flickr (their source: The National Archives in the UK, catalogue reference: AIR 20/11612)
UFO shapes based on sightings from 1970 or earlier. Photo from Flickr (their source: The National Archives in the UK, catalogue reference: AIR 20/11612) | Source


Go here for the best source of UFO related information from Down Under:

http://members.ozemail.com.au/~amilani/ufo.html


UFO Online is a unique site that has been around a long time and focuses on Italian sightings:

http://www.ufo.it/english/ufo1bis.htm


Another good source for links to UFOs and other worldly information is nerdworld:

https://web.archive.org/web/20030627012951/http://nerdworld.com/nw140.html


Back in the mid '50s the Air Force commissioned an analysis of UFO sightings. The results were presented in their Special Report No. 14 and are summed up at the following web site:

http://www.where-is-area-51.com/project-blue-book-special-report.html



Here's a listing of UFO sighting waves or mini waves/flaps that are indicated by peaks in the UFOCAT database (as compiled by UFO Sweden):

http://www.ufo.se/english/articles/ufowaves.html


This page is devoted to a serious look at neglected topics that are better embraced rather than shunned by science:

http://www.scientificexploration.org/


A serious look at how to best research the UFO subject with excellent book recommendations:

https://web.archive.org/web/20120519025833/http://www.scientificexploration.org/journal/jse_07_1_swords.pdf


Here is a list of very credible reports due to the fact that the witnesses were all astronomers:

http://www.scribd.com/doc/16805639/A-List-of-UFO-Sightings-by-Astronomers


UFOs in History: I'm supplying a link for the period of 1517-1749, but this collection has links at the bottom of each page that will take you to earlier or later periods:

http://www.bibleufo.com/ufos3.htm


List of UFO Podcasts and radio shows:

http://www.hyper.net/ufo/podcasts.html



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