UFO’Real? A Historical Review
By William Pullin, UFO Historian
Chronicle, Chronicle, Chronicle
Greetings! Chronicle. Chronicle. Chronicle. This past Friday evening, on the “Spaced Out Radio Paranormal Round Table,” my research partner Nicole Sakach made the following observation, “Experiencers need to chronicle the events they are witness to.” EXACTLY!! UFO investigators have always had a shortage of data and evidence to work with, and certainly part of the problem stems from the fact that most witnesses to UFO related events don’t write down any, or most, details about the events they may be witness to. To be perfectly clear, I am not expecting UFO witnesses to write up an account of their events as they happen, but what I am strongly suggesting is for UFO witnesses to write down their accounts, memories, and observations, as soon as possible. In that way, the most accurate information possible is written down and available for examination and investigation. Such an effort takes human error out of the equation to a certain extent, since memories tend to change as time progresses, and since some witnesses tend to add details to their accounts after a time. In a related detail, I have had consistent contact with two UFO witnesses here in south Texas, who have been meticulously chronicling a series of unexplained observations in the area they reside in. Such documentation is simply invaluable and beyond measure; I wish all witnesses to UFO related events made such an outstanding effort, it would certainly help UFO investigators immeasurably! Thank you as always for your kind support.