Kathleen Marden – Leading UFO Researcher

A few years ago I had the great privilege to interview Kathleen Marden for a Merlian News Podcast. Kathleen, the niece of the famous UFO abductee Betty Hill, is a leading UFO researcher, author, and lecturer, and was a wonderful guest, very passionate and informed about her topic, and I came away believing that their was great validity in her research and experience. After that interview I became increasingly interested in her work, and began following her career and her website www.kathleen-marden.com

Kathleen is MUFON (Mutual UFO Network) Director of Research, and is on the Edgar Mitchell Foundation for Research into Extraterrestrial Encounters Board of Directors and research committee member. She is the co-author of several books including Captured! The Betty and Barney Hill UFO Experience Fact, Fiction and Flying Saucers, and The Alien Abduction Files.

One of her current projects is a survey that is being conducted by MUFON. From her website we read: “MUFON’s Experiencer Research Team is excited to announce that our “Experiencer Survey” has been posted at www.MUFON.com. Click on http://www.mufon.com/experiencer-survey.html for the direct link…. The survey has 118 questions and takes approximately 20 minutes to complete. The Experiencer Survey is a quantitative research project designed to identify commonalities among experiencers. If you are an experiencer and have some memory of your events, please contribute to our research. The results will be shared in a scholarly report when it has been completed. Thank you!”

Merlian News Podcast with Kathleen Marden: Part One

Merlian News Podcast with Kathleen Marden: Part Two

Kathleen will be appearing at The International UFO Congress Conference February 14-18, 2018

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US Joins Other Nations in Releasing UFO Data

Last month the United States joined a growing list of nations such as Britain, France, Russia, Sweden, Brazil (video), Canada and others, in releasing government data about UFOs. As reported in The New York Times, CNBC, and The Chicago Tribune, the Pentagon spent over $22 billion dollars from 2007-2012 investigating reports of unidentified flying objects, mostly reported by service members, pilots and astronauts.

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