There is a wealth of websites, blogs and articles out there, on the subject of UFOs and Ufology, and quite a few are ill informed, spread disinformation, or are completely inaccurate.
I would like to point you to places i frequently go to for UFO information, and hope that you can find time to visit as well.
DOCUMENTARY + GOVERNMENT RECORDS ON UFOs:
Majestic 12 has links to document sources, some witnesses, documentary authentication for some of the reports and other links. Recently, the authentication was put into question.
The full condign report can be found here (on the MOD site, 32 files).
Blue Book Archive this is where you can view project blue book on the internet. A valuable resource, it is still ongoing…. it has uncensored microfilm releases, download facility for reports and information about the documents (at this time 10 rolls of film, that are uncensored have been made available).
The Tornado case (1990) an audio cassette recording between British pilots and Dutch military air traffic control.
The Magoniax Project : “Archiving centuries of Fortean phenomena” including UFO related documentation.
Roswell proof up to date information on Roswell, with any new information added to the site.
MOD: on UFO documents <–from 2005 for instance Part one. (it frequently changes the website, so links need finding every so often, to keep up to date). Part 2 can be found here and lastly part 3 here . Also Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon (UAP) can be found here .
Updated information concerning UFO reports made to the British
Ministry of Defence in 1998 – 2006, has been added to their website……please see here .
The Black Vault has a wealth of documents you can download here .
Whilst doing my usual rounds of my favorite linked sites, i came across this post by dbreckenridge at the footnote.com site, entitled “UFO in Utah, Comic book style” . It is in relation to the sighting of 1952, which was produced in a comic style, to portray the sighting. Another interesting post can be found here .
Other entries on UFOs from footnote.com can be found here .
A handy link to Area 51 (groom lake), from FAS (Federation of American Scientists): http://www.fas.org/irp/overhead/groom.htm
It goes into detail about the imagery available, an overview of the area, handy links to other sites (some now are not working), and images of Area 51 through the years, near the bottom of the article.
It seems to have been written in 2000, but still handy for anyone interested in this topic. Imagery of groom lake can be seen here .
In the article “Free: more than 1 million images from US Revolution to UFOs“, it gives a long list of documents available for free; what we are interested in is Project blue book – Ufo investigations (1947-1969). On this post, some people have already done some work, and posted interesting documents for us to view.
It also has related titles, and a free example list; the source for this is the national Archives . After putting in project blue book into the search engine, i saw a long list of references here & here .Both project blue book and “project blue book” were put in to the search engine-obviously more search terms will be done at a later date.
Anyway, to cut a long story short, here are some fascinating links to references we can see. This includes examples/story entries from footnote members themselves.
ARC results (for reference numbers)
Footnote search for ufos A vast amount of references (over 2,014 in total) and you can look through the documents of these sightings-****worth looking at.
The spotlight feature on footnote, mentions “X-15 test pilot Joe Walker on record setting flight (past UFOs)“. Also “ufo or photographic anomaly?”, “30 people in Sherman Texas can’t be wrong“… there are others… all these again relate to real documents, that can be seen online.
NICAP (National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena), has a wealth of information on UFOs, and is an excellent site.
CUFON (The Computer UFO Network) who “…..strive to present material relating to UFO phenomena and the search for UFO-related government documents obtained through official channels in a fair and accurate manner” (extract from webpage). Of great interest is the link to verified documents and other documents. In the special reports link, there is a good link to reading available. An article on “Do nuclear facilities attract ufos?” is worth looking at too.
MUFON (Mutual UFO Network), also is great for ufo insights/knowledge; articles on Famous UFO cases, UFO weather maps and UFO fast facts too name but a few things on this site.
CUFOS (Centre for UFO Studies) “ >The Center for UFO Studies (CUFOS) is an international group of scientists, academics, investigators, and volunteers dedicated to the continuing examination and analysis of the UFO phenomenon”. Many articles can be found here. My favourites are “we know where you live?” and government ufo documents on the internet .
NUFORC (National UFO Reporting Centre). I usually refer to the Latest ufo reports for information- very handy; there of course, is other good links on this site.
bufora UFO information, mainly to do with Europe…not kept up to date; quite a few ufologists do not hold favour with the organisation, and i can see their point of view.
Stanton Friedman used to be a nuclear physicist, but became very interested in UFO’s from 1958. Goes into great detail about why he believes UFO’s are visiting earth, but covers other areas as well.
ufodna.com is also an excellent resource for UFO information….
For instance, i was searching for Fort Worth, Texas sightings…… at this sight, you can go to the alphabetical listing, and this is what i found here . Admittedly you have to scroll down a long way…. but there are entries from 1897 up until 2005 (i think it only goes up to 2006). It also has a google map location for it (if you click on the individual sightings in the list), but must only be used as a general guide, as each different sighting points to the same spot.
Flying saurcery….presents The Real UFO Project . A great collection of information from the UK; loads of information here.
Hyper.net has an absolute wealth of knowledge on the subject, and is excellent.
UFO shapes and configurations can be found here .
nick redfern’s blog sites; definately worth searching on….some great stuff here.
Nick Pope used to be in the British Government’s UFO project, within the MOD.
Frank warren’s blog: excellent for up to date news, and for good articles on older matters.
UFO Review for up to date ufo news.
ufo’s at about.com with different links and info
The Anomalies Network for information on the Men in Black
Useful Astronomy sites:
Space Weather Support at Solar Terrestrial Dispatch . This has links to an aurora monitor. For instance, an hourly activity report here , astro alerts, global flare reports and so on….. useful to know whats up there.
Heavens Above a vital resource if you need to know what is in the sky…ie sateillites, ect. Can give you all sorts of data, from almost any town/city.
Free to read….. Online UFO books:
NICAP (National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena), have placed authorized full length versions of books, online for everyone to read for free. They are not up to date books, but are worth reading (admitedly i have only read a few, but glancing through the rest, they look interesting . The link to them is here ) .
The books are:
“Alfred Loedding and the great flying saucer wave of 1947″ (by Michael hall and Wendy connors)
“The flying saucers are real” (by Donald Keyhoe ) 1950
“Symposium on Unidentified flying objects” second session 1968 (by various)
“Regional encounters : The FC files acentury of ufo sightings and close encounters in the midwest” (director : francis ridge) 1994
“Report on the ufo wave of 1947″ (ted bloecher) 1967
“Flying saucers : fact or fiction” (Max Miller) 1957, i think
“The report on Unidentified Flying objects” (Edward Ruppelt) 1956?
“The ufo evidence” 1965 (published by NICAP)
“Ufos: a new look” a special report by NICAP (1969)
“ufology” by James McCampbell (/)
“Inside saucer post 3-0 blue” a summary report by Leonard Stringfield (1957)
other resources that might be of interest.
Cohenufo.org has an article called “MSNBC Article re NIDS reassessment of triangular UFO sightings” (2004).
The same site also has Author’s select cases (table of contents, including Belgium UFO flap 1989-90, Brazilian Air Force admits studying UFOs (2005) and the Rockefellar report among others ).
Stardrive.org ” UFOs and the new physics ” (1995 article).
qedcorp.com ” Now for the real X-files ” (article, april 1999 ).
Nick Humphries ” The UFO guide ” (feb 1994 ).
Stanton Friedman ” A review of Col. Philip J. Corso’s book ‘the day after Roswell ‘ ” (article, december 1997). His other articles can be seen here .
Richard M. Dolan ” Some thoughts on J. Allen Hynek ” (2002).
Also by Dolan ” Alien Essays ” there are loads of links to his articles.
Wilbert B. Smith ” The New science ”
Presidentialufo.com ” The white house role in crashed UFO retrievals “
ufoinfo.com has ” The Magonia Database – A century of ufo landings (1868-1968) compiled by Jaques Vallee, scanned in by Don Allen “.
NCAS.org ” The Condon report “
Don Berliner ” UFO briefing document – the best evidence ” (1995).
Edward Ruppelt ” The report on Unidentified Flying objects ” (book, 1956).
W.A. Harbinson wrote a book in 1995, entitled “Projekt UFO: The case for Man-made Flying Saucers”. I remember, it had some well thought arguments, that basically, there is a ruthless technology right here on earth, and the scenario is definately something that people should be aware of, if not necessarily agree on.
For the record, there is some parts of this book, that i do not agree with, but it does get your mind thinking, questioning and so on, and this can only be a good thing.
His website can be found here
The second volume to this, “Pheonix: Projekt Saucer Book 2″ is available for free…. at the download page on his site.
This is just a guide to just some of the most reliable websites on the internet…… i will be updating this list on the UFO LINKS page, when i have time to do so- there are many more worthy of a mention here, but as i have said they will be added constantly to the UFO LINKS page on this site.
I hope some of these websites, find you wanting to know more about UFO’s, if you are wondering were to get the information. (website links will be updated soon, on the UFO links page, as there are more sites worthy of a mention, that have not been mentioned at all).
Please feel free to comment.