Navy pilot who observed what has become known as the Tic Tac incident. Sent out to fly out over the Pacific Ocean in November 2004, Dietrich and her team members witnessed something they described as unsettling and unexplainable.
Co-wrote the seminal 2017 New York Times article "Glowing Auras and 'Black Money': The Pentagon's Mysterious U.F.O. Program" that examined the U.S. government program that studied unexplained aerial phenomena.
Navy pilot who observed what has become known as the Tic Tac incident. Sent to fly out over the Pacific Ocean in November 2004, Fravor and team witnessed something they described as unsettling and unexplainable.
Initially skeptical of UFOs, Hynek, a professor of astronomy, was recruited by U.S. Air Force in 1948 to serve as astronomical consultant for Project Sign. He later became the founder and first head of the Center for UFO Studies.
Harvard professor who headed the department of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. Later in life, he became a leading researcher in understanding the psychology of people who claimed to have experienced alien encounters.
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