Archive for June, 2006

Author Claims Town’s Residents Were Abducted, Mindwashed

If you live in Grantham, England, chances are you were abducted and you didn’t even know it.

The mind-washing technology made famous in movies like “Men in Black” were used on the residents of Grantham, England after they were all abducted back on Nov. 9, 1965, according to author Anthony Mallin in a story in Grantham Today.

He made this claim in his book, “Asylum – The Definitive UFO and Alien Abduction Experience,” in a story he claims is based on a real person.

Missouri UFO Expert Dies

A man who “took a scientific approach to cataloging UFO activity” passed away this week at the age of 80.

UFO Expert Dr. Harley Rutledge, professor of physics at Southeast Missouri State, passed away Monday, June 5 at the Missouri Veterans Home, according to the Missourian.

Rutledge is best known for launching the UFO organization procedure and a book called “Project Identification” that collected hours and hours of footage in the sky to document and analyze UFO activity. It was the first procedure to take a scientific approach to documenting UFO data and footage.

By 1989, he claims to have seen 164 UFOs and collected over 700 photos of UFOs taken by himself or a member of his crew.

“I treat reports of UFOs like bottles of medicine without labels. I can’t use the medicine without the label, but I can put it on the shelf until I get a label for it,” Rutledge said.

Nitrogen, Not H20, Key to Finding E.T.

According to some college professors, the key to finding life on another planet isn’t through water. It’s through nitrogen.

According to a released statement, four USC professors proposed searching for organic nitrogen as a sign of extraterrestrial life in the May 5 issue of Science magazine.

Kenneth Nealson, professor of earth science at USC, said the discovery of nitrogen would be a more telling sign of life because it is not a major element of rocks and minerals and would prove the existence of another form of life that had once existed there.

“If your goal is to search for life, it would be wise to include nitrogen,? Nealson said.

Welsh Triangle UFO Debunked

It looks like the Pembrokeshire Chamber of Commerce will have to find another way to bring in the tourists. Maybe they could open a cheese shop.

The famed “Welsh Triangle UFO” has been debunked by an ex-military man, according to

James Carlson of Albequerque, N.M. claims in the Fortean Times that the sightings that took place back in the 1970s were actually just “asbestos suit and oxygen breathing apparatus used by the RAF for fire drills.”

Even UFO Expert Dr. David Clarke seems to think that’s a plausible explanation for the sightings, so considered this sighting mostly “debunked.”

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