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Thanks. We're still working out the form in which it'll appear, so I may not have much more content right away, but I'll give you some hints as to what we have going forward until we know how best to present it.
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Just FYI: I've been in touch with Geneva and we've decided to go ahead and digitize the content of these magazines. Once again, I'm missing issue 6. Disappeared somewhere in the many moves over the last 40 years, and I'm hoping someone out there can get me a copy (or a scan).
The goal is to make a book, probably two volumes,
No problem - just give me a shout here or by email. My email address is my username at gmail.com.
After a bit of a lapse, we're moving forward again.
Believe it or not I don't think I have all of them. But I'll check. I'm in unpack mode and it may take a few weeks.
In 1965, I was one of the rare people to have had a personal interview with Ray Palmer, the pioneer UFO researcher and promoter of the Shaver mystery. Jim Moseley drove several of us to Amherst, Wisconsin, Palmer's home. The crew also included, near as I can recall, veteran researchers Allen Greenfield and Rick Hilberg.
My question/his answer. Tell me that everything he says isn't still true?
GS: Ray, do you think we’ll ever solve the flying saucer mystery? Do you think we will ever get some concrete evidence as to the reality of flying saucers?
PALMER: No!…We’ve been in this thing now since—well, I’ve been in it since ’43. Actually, the flying saucer saga as it’s understood today began in ’47 with Kenneth Arnold’s sighting.