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How to research UFO stories, old and new

Thursday, December 1, 2016 11:44
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French UFO skeptic Gilles Fernandez provided some clarification (and kinds of rebuttal) to my recent postings about the 1896 Airship craze and Jung’s Flying Saucer book and views.
The Anomalist noted a link to my Airship item and a link to Gilles’ superb and elaborate counter to the Airship lore which can be read HERE
Gilles’ work exemplifies, for me, how UFO tales and reports should be examined, codified, rebutted, or confirmed.
Read the material from his blog about the Airship sightings in the late 1800s to see what or how a real case study of UFOs should be.
RR

http://ufocon.blogspot.com – The UFO Iconoclast(s)

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