Thursday, April 26, 2007

May/June, 2007, Issue of UFOData Magazine

UFOData Magazine is pleased to announce that the May/June edition of our 68-page, full-size, glossy issues will go on sale at the beginning of May, 2007.

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To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Roswell Incident, the May/June issue of UFOData Magazine features many articles about the world's most famous UFO crash.

Dennis Balthaser tells us about the 2007 Roswell UFO Festival.

Neil Morris, of the Roswell Photographic Interpretation Team, examines the famous images taken in General Ramey's office.

Dr Kevin Randle gives his overview of the current state of Roswell research.

Philip Mantle interviews Ray Santilli about his infamous alien autopsy film and what the future may hold for this controversial footage.

Ed Gehrman visits one of the alleged Roswell crash sites.

Nick Pope looks at some of the 'side issues' that have arisen with regard to Roswell.

Also in this issue, Steve Johnson and Chris Rolfe investigate an encounter by two American F-15 fighters with an unknown object in January, 2007; Robbie Graham describes his experiences with DI55, the 'real' British government UFO desk; UFOData looks at other UFO crashes over the years; David Cayton describes an incident from 1958 when a UFO was detected on radar in the Mediterranean; Malcolm Robinson explores military abductions (MILABS); Kevin Goodman looks back at the mysteries of Warminster; Brian Vike provides details on a creepy encounter in California in 1975; Joe McGonagle and Gary Anthony cast a critical eye over The Cosford Incident; plus all the usual news and reviews.

This edition of UFOData Magazine is not to be missed!