Thursday, April 17, 2014

What Happened to AMP?


The Ambient Monitoring Program (AMP) is a scientific research project that MUFON fully supported as a member of the UFO Research Coalition (URC). The other members of the coalition are the Center for UFO Studies and the Fund for UFO Research. For five years the UFO Research Coalition actively operated the project with basically two years devoted to instrument development and three years devoted to data collection.
The project ended in 2008. More on the AMP project in the 3rd issue of the Journal of Abnormal Abduction Research, J.A.A.R.

 

Monday, April 14, 2014

Black Ring of Leamington Spa?


Daily Mail

Photographed for three minutes then vanished
UFO Expert says it's a swarm of insects
No fire in area or meteorological explanation
How does a swarm of insects that large just vanish?
 


 

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Fortean Research


 
 
Phantoms & Monsters Fortean Research, in conjunction with Astral Perceptions Universal, investigates all facets of the paranormal and the supernatural. We also accept your reports and first-hand account for publication in the Phantoms & Monsters blog.

You can contact us at
Phantoms & Monsters Fortean Research - email
 
 


UFORCOP Director, Butch Witkowski will be a guest on Starborn Support Radio April 13, 2014 8PM EST.


Tinkerbell?

University lecturer John Hyatt claims he has proof the creatures are real. He says they are residing in the Rossendale Valley, Lancashire. Mr Hyatt has now put his photographs on display at a special exhibition





Video shows 'UFO' descending on a deer in rural Mississippi

 
Video caught on Trail Cam

Sunday, March 23, 2014

Predator?


Man claims to see translucent creature in a tree in Southeast PA. This is the third report in this area. First report has 3 people witness translucent creature in back yard. All reports within a 5 mile radius.

Saturday, March 15, 2014

Dr. Roger Leir Passes

Today is a sad day to report the passing of Dr. Roger K. Leir, we have lost a devoted ufologist. He will be greatly missed by all. 

Friday, March 14, 2014

Numbers of the Missing Stay the Same since 1998


Government statistics show that nearly 2,300 Americans simply “go missing” every day. That’s 839,500 men, women and children per year. The vast majority or 95% of these are found. It’s the 5% or approximately 41,975 per year that are never seen, heard of or found. The numbers have not changed but 1% up or down since 1998.