UFO Conjecture(s)

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

The Good Ufologists

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Harping on the mendacious ufologists doesn’t preclude us from lauding those in the UFO and arcane communities whom we (and you) can trust implicitly, unquestionably.

We’ve had dealings with the major ufologists and paranormalists over the years and those on the periphery of both, and these are the people we know to be totally ethical and moral in thought and deed.

We may miss a name or two here initially but, over all, if you don’t see a name of a person who shows up prominently in the UFO and/or paranormal world, you can assume we think they are without merit, as researchers or human beings.

(We cite the reprobates elsewhere, as we’ve noted in a previous post.)

So, here are those we know to be decent and true in their writings, dealings with others, and life generally….(in no particular order):

Stanton Friedman, Jerry Clark, Kevin Randle, Nick Pope, John Greenewald, Jr.

Frank Warren, Stuart Miller, Jan Aldrich, Bruce Duensing, Joseph Capp

Nick Redfern, Loren Coleman, Patrick Huyghe, Rick Stokes, Jenny Randles

Vincente-Juan Ballester Olmos, Denver Page, Joe Harvat, and Jacques Vallee

(There are some in the UFO and paranormal camp with whom we’ve had no communication or dealings so they owuldn’t be listed here or elsewhere, but the famous and not-so-famous persons who show up on UFO UpDates and in other popular venues are persons we have had contact with, and we don’t consider them trustworthy for many reasons, which are explained elsewhere in the RRRGroup panoply of web-sites and blogs.)

7 Comments:

  • I'm in general agreement with your list, with a few exceptions. One example would be Richard Dolan. Though people might reasonably disagree with the conclusions he's drawn, in my opinon he is an honest and dilligent researcher. At the very least, far from a "criminal and psychopathic element" in the ufo community. I'm interested to know, what are your contentions with him?

    I'm not contesting your stance, just curious how you've drawn your conclusions.

    By Blogger BrandonD, at Tuesday, August 14, 2007  

  • BrandonD:

    The names on our list are of persons we've had contact with, mostly directly.

    We can vouch for their honesty, integrity, and absolute moral and existential values.

    Richard Dolan is only known by us through his work and TV appearances, so we have no opinion about the personal man that would be valid, from our standpoint.

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Tuesday, August 14, 2007  

  • Dear RRR group,
    Thank you for including me in this - I feel honored to be on the same page with some of these people. I hope I can continue to live up to being a man who asked honest questions in my post and never forgets to remembers the UFO witness and their humanity in all of this. I will continue to work toward staying honest each day. I figure now is the best time to comment on this because most everyone already read your post and people won't read me blowing my own horn.

    Thank You
    Joseph Capp
    UFO Media Matters
    Non - Commercial Blog

    By Blogger Joseph Capp, at Saturday, August 18, 2007  

  • Joseph:

    It's our honor to know you, and your work.

    We'll stay connected.

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Saturday, August 18, 2007  

  • ummm... Loren Coleman? The guy who claimed that proof of existing giganopithicus had been found in Malaysia based on someone describing a photograph to him? And ran it as a headline on his web site? Is to be trusted? He's a would-be PT Barnum without the original's flair for showmanship. Stanton Friedman??? Okay, I can't go on any longer. The only two people who write about any of this regularly that I "trust" are John Keel and Paul Devereux.

    By Blogger Peter F. Bernard, Jr., at Sunday, September 09, 2007  

  • Peter F. Bernard, Jr....

    Loren Coleman may be a showman, but he is also a man of good will and integrity; that is, if you were stuck on a desert island with him, he wouldn't stab you in the back for the last coconut.

    (A few other ufologist we know would.)

    Stan Friedman may be in error about some things (Roswell, perhaps; MJ-12 for sure) but he is an honest, decent man on all accounts.

    By Blogger RRRGroup, at Sunday, September 09, 2007  

  • Jacques Vallee is my personal favorite. I've learned more from his books than any other UFO author, and he has the scientific credentials too.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at Sunday, August 01, 2010  

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