Mutilations – [ File
#1 | File
#2 | File
#3 | File
#4 | File
#5 ] – Animal/Cattle Mutilation In the mid-1970s, reports of scattered
animal mutilations in western and mid-western states concerned many people.
The FBI was asked to investigate, but was unable to do so because of a lack
of jurisdiction (except when such mutilations were found on Indian lands).
These files consist mainly of press clippings and correspondence concerning
the issues between 1974 and 1978.
Sylvia – [ 52 Pages, 32MB ] This FBI
File consists of the investigation into Browne for embezzlement and bank
fraud. It was determined that Brown falsified financial records to obtain
more than $1,000,000 in loans, and according to the FBI, lived an
FBI file #29A-SF-9888 –
[ 139 Pages, 116.8MB ] – While reading the above file, I noticed a
reference to FBI File #29A-SF-9888 which is the investigation involving
Sylvia Browne and her loan partner. This is the first (of multiple) releases
of the declassified files.
Bushman, Boyd –
Response Letter) [ 37 Pages, 19.9MB ] In 2014, a video surfaced
with Boyd Bushman, a retired Lockheed Martin Senior Scientist, with alleged
photos of aliens. The video had a description that stated, “Shortly before
Boyd Bushman passed away on August 7, 2014, he was video recorded candidly
speaking about his personal experiences with Area 51, UFOs, aliens and
anti-gravity ideas. Boyd was a retired Senior Scientist for Lockheed Martin.
His career spanned over forty years, was awarded many patents, and included
work with defense contractors Hughes Aircraft, General Dynamics, Texas
Instruments, and Lockheed Martin.”
the video is highly disputed, and the “alien” appears to be an exact prop
that can be purchased at Walmart, I went after the FBI file of Mr. Bushman.
This is what I found.
Edward Uhler [ File
#1 (312MB) | File
#2 (0.1MB) | File
#3 (0.1MB) | File
#4 (177MB) ]- [ 1,777 Pages ] – Edward
Uhler Condon (March 2, 1902 – March 26, 1974) was a distinguished American
nuclear physicist, a pioneer in quantum mechanics, and a participant in the
development of radar and nuclear weapons during World War II as part of the
Manhattan Project. The Franck–Condon principle and the Slater–Condon rules
are named after him. Condon became widely known in 1968 as principal
author of the Condon Report, an official review funded by the United States
Air Force that concluded that unidentified flying objects (UFOs) have prosaic
explanations. The lunar crater Condon is named for him. Please
note: The FBI stated there MAY be additional records pertaining to
Condon. I requested the remaining material, and if any exists, will post it
when available. Press the “subscribe” button for this page to be notified
when it’s updated.
Perception – [ File
#1 ] – ESP is considered a perception of information about events beyond
what may be discerned through the five physical senses or deduced from past
experience or knowledge. This release consists of cross references to ESP
found in FBI files from 1957 to 1960. Several of the documents concern
William Foos, a proponent of ESP. Others concern claims that ESP could be
used in espionage investigations. The FBI found no scientific support for
this or other claims and did not pursue the matters raised in these
Heaven’s Gate Cult –
[ 382 Pages, 283MB ] Heaven’s Gate was an American UFO religious
Millenarian group based in San Diego, California, founded in the early 1970s
and led by Marshall Applewhite (1931–1997) and Bonnie Nettles (1927–1985). On
March 26, 1997, police discovered the bodies of 39 members of the group who
had committed mass suicide in order to reach what they believed was an alien
space craft following Comet Hale–Bopp.
– [ File
#1 ] Guy Hottel was a special agent in charge of the FBI’s Washington
Field Office. The information concerning Mr. Hottel is in regard to a March
22, 1950 memo he sent to the FBI Director concerning flying saucers.
This has been one of the FBI’s most downloaded document from their website,
once they finally added it to the archive.
Hynek, J. Allen –
[ 24 Pages, 1.42MB ] Dr. Josef Allen Hynek (May 1, 1910 –
April 27, 1986) was a United States astronomer, professor, and ufologist. He
is perhaps best remembered for his UFO research. Hynek acted as scientific
adviser to UFO studies undertaken by the U.S. Air Force under three
consecutive names: Projects Sign, Grudge and Blue Book. For decades afterwards,
he conducted his own independent UFO research, developing the Close Encounter
classification system, and is widely considered the father of the concept of
scientific analysis of both reports and, especially, trace evidence
purportedly left by UFOs.
Klass, Phil (FBI Release) –
[187 Pages, 99.7MB]
Phil (FBI Release #2 October, 2015) – [10
Phil (NCIS Release) – [14 Pages, 1MB]
Phil (AFOSI Release) – [14 Pages, 1MB]
Phil (CIA Release by way of FBI) – [5
Philip Julian Klass (November 8, 1919 – August 9, 2005) was an American
engineer, journalist, and UFO researcher, known for his skepticism regarding
UFOs. In the ufological and skeptical communities, Klass tends to inspire
strongly polarized appraisals. He has been called the “Sherlock Holmes of
UFOlogy”. Klass demonstrated “the crusader’s zeal for what seems ‘right,’
regardless of whether it brings popular acclaim,” a trait he claimed his
father instilled in him. “I’ve found,” said Klass, “that roughly 97, 98
percent of the people who report seeing UFOs are fundamentally intelligent,
honest people who have seen something – usually at night, in darkness – that
is unfamiliar, that they cannot explain.” The rest, he said, were frauds.With
his work as Editor of Aviation Week magazine, Klass found himself in the
middle of an investigation for publishing classified information. As
chronicled in Wikipedia:
For ten years, Klass worked for General Electric as an engineer
in aviation electronics. Dissatisfied with his job, in 1952 he moved to
Washington, DC, and joined Aviation Week, which later became Aviation Week
& Space Technology. He was a senior editor of Aviation Week &
Space Technology for thirty-four years. Always striving to stay on the
cutting edge, Klass published an “Exclusive Report on Counter Measures” in
the November 18th and 25th, 1957, editions of Aviation Week. This report was
referred to the FBI for the “unauthorized disclosure of information
classified ‘Secret’”. An investigation into the disclosure was dropped when
the US Air Force told the FBI that the disclosed information could not be
declassified for purposes of prosecution.
Lincoln – [ File
#1 | File
#2 ] [ NSA
Request Response for Records ] [ 9 Pages, 3.5MB ] – Lincoln LaPaz
was an American astronomer from the University of New Mexico and a pioneer in
the study of meteors. In ufology, LaPaz’s name is often associated with
UFO investigations on behalf of the military during the late 1940s and early
1950s. These include the so-called Roswell UFO incident of 1947, the N.M.
green fireballs, that began in late 1948 and continued through the 1950s, and
the search for near-Earth orbiting satellites in 1954 along with fellow N.M.
astronomer Clyde Tombaugh. However, only LaPaz’s association with the green
fireball investigations for the Air Force is thoroughly documented and an undeniable
Additional pages of material on Dr. Lincoln LaPaz were released by the
FBI, and a DESTROYED file number was referenced that may have contained
additional pages on the man – but no one will ever know what those pages
McDonald, Dr. James E. – [ 113 Pages,
64.81 MB ] – James Edward McDonald (May 7, 1920 – June 13, 1971)
was an American physicist. He is best known for his research regarding UFOs.
McDonald was senior physicist at the Institute for Atmospheric Physics and
professor in the Department of Meteorology, University of Arizona,
Tucson. McDonald campaigned in support of expanding UFO studies during
the mid and late 1960s, arguing that UFOs represented an important unsolved
mystery which had not been adequately studied by science. He was one of the
more prominent figures of his time who argued in favor of the
extraterrestrial hypothesis as a plausible, but not completely proved, model
of UFO phenomena. McDonald interviewed over 500 UFO witnesses, uncovered many
important government UFO documents, and gave important presentations of UFO
evidence. He testified before Congress during the UFO hearings of 1968.
McDonald also gave a famous talk called “Science in Default” to the American
Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). It was a summary of the
current UFO evidence and a critique of the 1969 Condon Report UFO study.
Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena – [ File
#1 | File
#2 | File
#3 ] The National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP)
The National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena, NICAP, was founded
in the 1950s to research reports of UFO phenomenon. Between 1957 and 1969,
NICAP and its members periodically communicated with the FBI. This release
consists of this correspondence.
Silas – [ File
#1 ] Silas Newton (1887-1972) was a wealthy oil producer and con-man who
claimed that he had a gadget that could detect minerals and oil. He was cited
as an authority in Frank Scully’s book Behind the Flying Saucers, a work that
claimed to report on several UFO crashes in the area of New Mexico. In 1950,
Newton said that a flying saucer crashed on land he leased in the Mojave
Desert; however, he revised his claim in 1952, saying he never saw a flying
saucer but had only repeated comments he heard from others. These files
detail the FBI’s investigations into Newton’s fraudulent activities between
1951 and 1970.
Blue Book – [ File
#1 ] – Project Blue Book Originally Project Blue Book was the Air Force
name for a project that investigated UFO reports between 1947 and 1969. In
1989, an organization calling itself “The New Project Blue Book” contacted
the FBI. This file consists of correspondence concerning this organization.
– On July 8, 1947, the FBI Dallas Field Office sent a teletype regarding a
“flying disc” that resembled a high altitude weather balloon found near
Roswell, New Mexico.
Spontaneous Human Combustion –
[ 114 Pages, 66.3MB ] Spontaneous human combustion (SHC) is a term
encompassing reported cases of the combustion of a living (or very recently
deceased) human body without an apparent external source of ignition. In
addition to reported cases, examples of SHC appear in literature, and both
types have been observed to share common characteristics regarding
circumstances and remains of the victim.
Document FBI Collection [1,600 Pages] – [ Part 01
02 | Part 03
04 | Part 05
06 | Part 07
08 | Part 09
10 | Part
11 | Part
12 | Part
13 | Part
14 | Part
15 | Part
16 ] – Unexplained Flying Objects (UFOs) In 1947, a rash of sightings of
unexplained flying objects (UFOs) swept America. Although the newly formed
U.S. Air Force was the primary investigator of these sightings, the FBI
received many reports and worked for a time with the Air Force to investigate
these matters. This release details the FBI’s role in investigating such
reports between 1947 and 1954.