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Who is the most important Ufologist?



Who is the most important Ufologist?

  • John Keel

    Votes: 11 30.6%
  • Rchard Dolan

    Votes: 7 19.4%
  • Jerome Clark

    Votes: 4 11.1%
  • Jacques Vallee

    Votes: 18 50.0%
  • James E. McDonald

    Votes: 11 30.6%
  • Budd Hopkins

    Votes: 4 11.1%
  • Coral Lorenzen

    Votes: 2 5.6%
  • Stanton Friedman

    Votes: 7 19.4%
  • J. Allen Hynek

    Votes: 15 41.7%
  • Jim Moseley

    Votes: 2 5.6%

  • Total voters
    36

Burnt State

Paranormal Adept
I have been called a lot of things in my time, but never an inuksuk ... not sure how to feel about that . . . have I been inuksukted??
Whenever a thread needs some cross pollination it's always good to seek out a guide who knows their way around an arctic landscape when all you can see is white nothingness. So yes, you should see it as a positive comment on your encyclopedic knowledge of things both purposeful & strange.
 

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