Many UFO researchers die under mysterious circumstances |

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( – Many UFO researchers working on their research in the 1970s and 1980s died under mysterious circumstances, and may have been killed. This is the conclusion reached by an amateur astronomer, a former U.S. government adviser Timothy Hood. He made this statement at an international conference in Amsterdam dedicated to search for extraterrestrial intelligence.

This statement is true not so much for the chasers for unidentified flying objects, but the researchers trying to find extraterrestrial life, including professional astrophysics. Hood’s conclusion was prompted by a 30-year study of this topic.

Famous American astronomer Morris K. Jessup, whose books about intelligent life beyond Earth have become bestsellers, committed suicide. He ended his life by opening an exhaust pipe in his car, locking his door and turning on the ignition. Professor James Edward McDonald, who for many years served as head of the Institute of Atmospheric Physics of the Earth and studied unidentified aerospace objects, put a bullet in his head.

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2 responses to Many UFO researchers die under mysterious circumstances |

  1. S October 20th, 2012 at 9:31 PM

    This is quite interesting. Perhaps the truth the potentially knew compelled them to commit suicide. Or maybe something government-involved had to do with it. I only hope to know the truth about ET life one day.


  2. John Doe October 21st, 2012 at 4:38 AM

    Gangnam style.


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