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Paul Dean is a meticulous researcher of historical documents pertaining to UFOs. Admittedly, he does the dry work few others dare, a thankless task to be sure. What makes it worth his time? What has he found? And how has it changed his perspective on the alien question? These questions and more on this week’s episode!

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  1. As an Australian, can I say
    As an Australian, can I say that generally we DO finsih our sentences before we start another one!

  2. Can’t say that I heard
    Can’t say that I heard anything entirely new in this interview, but I would like to have heard some questions addressed to Paul about the Pine Gap facility located in the Australia’s Northern Territory (and truly out in the middle of nowhere.) What made me think of it was Jeremy’s question about the prevalent type of alien being reported in Australia. Paul reported the typical gray beings, which seemed a little more than a coincidence that it is also the case here in the USA, and also considering that Pine Gap is a joint defense space research facility between our armed forces, the CIA, and Australian defense forces and intelligence. Pine Gap is also considered the most important U.S. intelligence facility outside of the U.S. So, what’s really going on out there?

    As for Jacques Vallee, his work has changed and grown over the years. I’ve followed his work for a very long time, beginning when I was a kid (back in the olden days, ha, ha), so I am very aware of how his work back in the 60’s, when he defended the legitimacy of an extraterrestrial hypothesis (‘Challenge to Science: The UFO Enigma’), grew into the idea of possible inter-dimensional beings and encounters (‘Passport to Magonia’, ‘Dimensions’.) Vallee is a real scientist, and also wise enough not to put all of his eggs in one basket, or jump to conclusions. He is working on a project about some unusual metal alloys allegedly associated with UFOs, and what he would really like are more samples, more testing, and additional analysis. This does not mean he is keeping secrets, but it does mean he is working with the scientific method before he announces any conclusions. He is well-respected for a reason.

  3. Cosmic Librarian: Thanks for
    Cosmic Librarian: Thanks for the link! Really fascinating info.

    1. You’re welcome, Vinny!
      You’re welcome, Vinny!

  4. The Westall UFO encounter is
    The Westall UFO encounter is an event that occurred on 6 April 1966 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Around 11:00 am, for about 20 minutes, more than 200 students and teachers at two Victorian state schools allegedly witnessed an unexplained flying object which descended into a nearby open wild grass field. The paddock was adjacent to a grove of pine trees in an area known as The Grange (now a nature reserve). According to reports, the object then ascended in a north-westerly direction over the suburb of Clayton South, Victoria, Australia.
    This is one of the most credible UFO events in the world and I felt surprised that this was not talked about> SO many students and teachers saw this and at least no reason has come to light has to why these people would lie. In my estimation at a distance is they saw something and it probably was an alien presence: also it could have been a government experiment.

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