This week, it is a warm return to Ufologist, investigator and publisher Philip Mantle to discuss his latest book, Investigating UFO’s: A Young Person’s Guide.
Philip has over 40 years of experience and has utilised this knowledge in his book to give anyone new to the subject a solid base of cases to work upon. With the book being split into decades since the 1940’s, it offers 3 key cases per decade.
Yet, what sets the book apart is that Philip has re-introduced some cases that had simply fallen off the radar in the world of Ufology in favour of the usual cases we here about over and over again.
As such, we discuss 4 of the cases in the book, two of which are personal favourites, the incredible experience of the Knowles family incident that occurred on a drive across the Naribor plain in Australia in 1988 and the Reverend William Gill’s frankly remarkable case from Papua New Guinea in the late 1950s. We also look at the case of Maurice Masse and his missing lavender and the terrifying experience of Mary Morrison in Scotland from 1996.
You can find more about the cases we discuss on the links below:
The Knowles family
Reverend William Gill
Flying Disk Press can be found here: Thank you as always to Philip for joining me today.
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