Some standouts from The Black Vault's FBI paranormal files

Kudos to The Black Vault for its consistent work with collecting and providing a database of declassified documents on its site, and recently the site posted an extensive look at the FBI’s paranormal files.  The Freedom Of Information Act allows full or partial disclosure ( notice the “or partial part”)  of classified government documents, but the documents can still be censored or only partially disclosed.

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INTERVIEW: Defiant Rick Doty defends against 'liar' claims

At first glance, Rick Doty seems like a likable guy. He has an approachable demeanor, he's a proud family man and has no problem befriending UFO researchers/ complete strangers on Facebook. Doty's name in the UFO community usually doesn't reflect elicit the aforementioned responses, rather it usually brings about one word; liar. 

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On the whole disclosure debate. ...

Disclosure is always a hot topic in the UFO community that often continues to drive the divide, rather bridge the gap in Ufology.

For some, nothing short of full disclosure is considered a failure. For others, disclosure is an ongoing process that may never come to full fruition. The moment we accept the latter argument, the easier this all becomes. 

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Erica Lukes details 'UFOs:The Lost Evidence,' obstacles in the field

In 2013, a chance sighting of strange, orange orbs in the sky over the Salt Lake Valley reignited Erica Lukes childhood interest in the UFOs and the paranormal.  Ever since that night, Lukes has become one of the field's brightest stars as she hosts "UFOs Classified" every Friday night at KCOR Digital Radio Network. She's also been a guest on George Noory's "Coast To Coast AM" and is regular contributor on "UFOs: The Lost Evidence" on AHC TV.

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