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The Calvine UFO photograph – revealed

Read the full story of how I found the most famous UFO photo in the world in my exclusive story published by The Daily Mail here. And follow the breaking story over on UAPMedia UK. After thirty years immersed in … Continue reading

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New claims in film by the ‘lad who photographed flying saucers’

Alex Birch whose photographs of UFOs puzzled experts on both sides of the Atlantic has released a film about his experiences – that he claims included meetings with the British royal family and a phone conversation with JFK. In Beyond … Continue reading

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Canada’s UFO Files: book review

Search for the Unknown: Canada’s UFO files and the rise of conspiracy theory. Matthew Hayes. McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2022. Illustrated, index, 210 pages. A readable academic summary of the highlights of the little-known Canadian government UFO archive that includes some … Continue reading

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Time-slipping beneath the Dark and Lonely Waters

‘I have heard one definition of haunting saying we are haunted by that which we cannot or cannot completely understand.’ These words of wisdom, spoken by England’s greatest living wizard Alan Moore open The Cult of Water, a dreamy, hypnotic … Continue reading

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Away with the fairies: Cottingley photos exhibition

Five photographs of fairies dancing at the bottom of a Yorkshire garden that became ‘the world’s longest running hoax’ are the focus of a compelling new exhibition. The Cottingley fairies legend began in the summer of 1917 as the Great … Continue reading

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The UFO that Never Was?: the Calvine photographs

Is this blurry image really the ‘most compelling evidence’ for UFOs visiting the UK? Does it show a secret US ‘black project’ operating over Scotland? Or are the Calvine photographs an aerial version of the Loch Ness Monster? After a … Continue reading

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Search for building blocks of life in 4.6 billion year old meteorite

A team of space researchers found parts of a meteorite that burned up over southwest England embedded in a muddy field in Gloucestershire during lockdown. The charcoal-black object was found by analytical chemist Derek Robson on the second day of … Continue reading

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How UFOs Conquered the World – without firing a shot

BBC History Magazine/History Extra published my article that explains how the idea of visitors in mysterious flying objects grew from its origins in the Cold War into the most enduring modern myth. You can read the main feature here (password … Continue reading

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ATTACK OF THE DRONES

At 9pm on Wednesday, 19 December 2018, a security guard left work at Gatwick in Sussex, Britain’s second busiest airport. As he waited in the rain for a bus he saw two lighted objects hovering low in the sky inside … Continue reading

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Prince Philip: The Royal Flying Saucerer

The death of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, aged 99 on 9 April has resulted in a flurry of tributes and obituaries. But so far none of the extensive media coverage has mentioned the Duke’s lifelong interest in UFOs … Continue reading

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