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Phenomena Magazine: July 2020 - Issue 135
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JULY 2020 - ISSUE 135
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In this issue: Project Blue Book: The Missing Cases: Kevin Randle is recognized among the UFO community as one of the leading experts on the alleged July 1947 UFO crash near Roswell, New Mexico. Here he turns his gaze on project Blue Book and what was not included in its remit.
The Bob Taylor UFO Incident: A Reappraisal. In this fascinating article, written a few months before his sad and untimely demise, Andrew Hennessey takes an impartial and revealing look at the celebrated Dechmont Forrest UFO incident.
Physicists, Psychologists and Flying Saucers: Part 1 Bevis Beauvais demonstrates that the subject of UFOs and Ufology in general has attracted serious attention from a wide range of individuals. Bevis includes the correspondence on this subject between the Swiss psychiatristand psychoanalyst Carl Jung and the theoretical physicist Wolfgang Pauli.
'The Strange World of Borderlands Science', researcher Jason Black takes an unbiased look at areas of medicine that have been sidetracked by 'big pharma' into the barren wastes of what is called 'pseudoscience'. Is it effective? Find out here.
The Mysterious Little FolkThe 'Little Folk' have beenaround in various forms since the beginning of time and in this article Donna Fitzgerald takes a look at some of the remarkable tales that have grown up around them
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