My Go-To Ufologists and/or Paranormalists
The first UFO place I visit each morning is Kevin Randle’s blog [kevinrandle.blogspot.com] for his elaborate renditions of notable UFO events or his ongoing clarification of Roswell detritus.
(I also like the, often, loopy and sycophantic commentary from visitors to his offerings. They entertain.)
I then check out Patrick Huyghe’s Anomalist.com site where one will find links to many things UFO oriented and fringe stuff that is sometimes esoteric, which will get a humorous (usually) aside from my pal, Christian Savia and his Anomalist cronies..
I sometimes find myself directed, by Huyghe’s “editors” to Mysterious Universe material by Micah Hanks, who regularly provides an interesting take on UFOs and related items.
Of course I’m a Nick Redfern junkie; he’s the only UFO writer I know who applies journalistic technique to his wide-ranging paranormal topics. (I love the guy.)
I am happy to read anything from my European buddies, Jose Antonio Caravaca and Gilles Fernandez. They provide perspectives that aren’t myopic like those from UFO writers state-side.
I’m pleased by writers like Robert Sheaffer and Bruce Maccabee, who invariably give eclectic and thorough evaluations of things UFO oriented.
Isaac Koi is ufology’s librarian, and my Facebook friendship with him often brings UFO delights that one can’t find anywhere else.
For a deep sojourn into paranormal attributes that no one else has a handle on (synchronicity, riddles of time, consciousness, ESP, et cetera, et cetera), I’ll take a peek at Eric Wargo’s thenightshirt.com where one will be humbled by his erudition.
And that’s about it for my daily UFO “vitamins” – not a large regimen perhaps but I try to be selective; there’s a lot of effluvia out there.