Why are those who study UFOs drawn to writing fiction too?

Many are dedicated to finding the facts, searching for the truth, and practicing general journalistic standards in  the study of all things UFOs, but somewhere along the way many authors switch their focus from non-fiction to fiction. Why is it that so many immersed into the field of UFO research are drawn into the world of fictional writing?

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EXCLUSIVE : WWE Hall of Famer Amy Dumas reveals 'The UFO Sho'

WWE fans will remember Amy Dumas ("Lita") as the high-flying women's wrestling trailblazer who historically main evented "WWE Raw" with Trish Stratus and as a Hall of Famer, but Dumas is going from moonsaults to  the moon with her latest DIY outing "The UFO Show."

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'Ancient Aliens' premiere dives deep into Pentagon UFO story, TTSAAS

"Ancient Aliens" returned with an in depth, up-to-date analysis of the New York Times Pentagon UFO story, Luis Elizondo and To The Stars AcademyOf Arts And Science, (even  positive stuff on Tom DeLonge from John Podesta and Nick Pope) , and the overall topic of U.S. government cover ups.

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COMMENTARY: What if Hillary Clinton became the UFO president?

It was a dark, sad day for many when Donald Trump was announced the winner of the election, and was named president no. 45 in American history. There are so many what-if scenarios that many Americans have pondered during this current, awful administration, but what Hillary Clinton would have won and finally been the "disclosure" president?

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COMMENTARY: Maybe it's time for a full MUFON boycott

On Friday the 13 (how fitting) MUFON's new Director Of Research Chris Cogswell announced his departure from the organization after seeing John Ventre was still an active member of the group. Ventre, the former state director of the Pennsylvania chapter, put MUFON on the MAGA map last year with his awful, racist rant that pretty went unpunished by MUFON.

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UFOs don't pay the bills: What we do for day jobs

Ufologists, researchers and cryptozoology enthusiasts  put in countless hours and valiant efforts into research that in most cases doesn't pay the bills. Many do it for simply one reason; a passion to seek the truth.

While there are some who make a living (part and full time) off the study of the unknown, most have careers outside, which is a testament to the passion the people involved in this field have to donate a lot of their free time for a "hobby" that doesn't always pay-off fiscally or in terms of results.

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Director Brad Abrahams goes deep on 'Love & Saucers'

"Love & Saucers" is a  fascinating film any UFO enthusiast needs to have on their radar from the sheer uniqueness of it . Director Brad Abrahams does a fantastic job of humanizing a story that is absurd upon concept, but by the end of the film even the  biggest skeptic should at least feel something.  And that is what good art does; it elicits feelings and emotions just like the subject of the documentary David Huggins and his memorizing  paintings, which detail visitations that include alien sex ever since he claims he lost his virginity to an alien. 

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A look at Georgia's Nessie-like creature carcass

A bizarre , unidentified marine life carcass recently washed up on the shore of Georgia's Wolf Island National Wildlife Refuge in Golden Isles. The creature has Loch Ness monster-like features; elongated neck,  small head, and fins. Georgia has its own cryptid legend in  Altahama ("Alty")  that resembles a plesiosaur .  The local legend is so popular that the county of Darian, Georgia even uses a plesiosaur  as its logo.

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