Robert Sheaffer's "Psychic Vibrations" column has appeared in the Skeptical Inquirer for the past thirty years. He is also author of UFO Sightings: The Evidence (Prometheus 1998). He blogs at www.badUFOs.com.
UFOs in the Desert, 2013
Is Interstellar Travel ‘Preposterous’?
UFOs Infest Denver, Says Fox TV Affiliate
A review of Solving the Communion Enigma: What Is to Come by Whitley Strieber.
Smithsonian-Affiliated National Atomic Testing Museum Promised to Reveal ‘UFO Secrets’
January 8, 2013
Magician and skeptic Robert A. Steiner died on January 4, 2013 in a nursing home in Concord, California, at age 78. A longtime resident of the San Francisco Bay area, Steiner was a Fellow of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry, and spoke at several CSI(COP) conferences.
National Geographic’s Chasing UFOs—‘Investigation as Farce’
Aztec Saucer Crash Story Rises from the Dead?
A review of The Aztec Incident by Scott Ramsey, Suzanne Ramsey, Frank Thayer, and Frank Warren.
‘Top Ten’ UFO Case: Yukon, Canada, 1996—Busted!
Flying Saucer or Fly: The Case UFO Skeptics Have Been Dreading?
Join the Boycott to Protest the CIA Cover-Up of President Obama’s Trips to Mars
Disclosure by the Dozens
UFOs? Yes. Crashes and Conspiracies? No.
A review of UFOs: Myths, Conspiracies, and Realities by John B. Alexander
He Lets Other People Make Up Stories for Him
A review of The Real Men in Black by Nick Redfern
Comet Elenin “Self-Destructs”— Doomsday Postponed Again!
UFO Mothership and Fleet over London
Commie Nazi Saucer Crashed at Roswell
He Sees Dead People
A review of The Key: A True Encounter by Whitley Strieber
2012: Peter Gersten’s ‘Leap of Faith’
‘Unexplained’ Cases —Only If You Ignore All Explanations
A review of UFOs: Generals, Pilots, and Government Officials Go on the Record by Leslie Kean.
As is often the case, conflicting and confusing accounts of the UFO incident make it difficult to determine exactly what happened.
I remember being awestruck to have the opportunity to meet, and get to know, this soft-spoken, extraordinary man.
Famous Socorro ‘UFO Landing’ a Student Prank?
The famous Socorro "UFO landing" case of April 24, 1964, has been proclaimed by leading UFOlogists, such as Jacques Valle and the late J. Allen Hynek, as...
NASA may have most people convinced that its purpose in crashing the Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) into the Moon on October 9, 2009...
John A. Keel, Mothman Writer, Paranormalist Trickster (1930-2009)
Noted paranormalist author John Alva Keel, best known to the public for his Mothman writings, died of a heart condition...
The Pseudoscience of Anti-Anti-UFOlogy
Stanton Friedman critiques Joe Nickell's article "Return to Roswell" by noting that Nickell is a former magician...
Perhaps you've seen news stories about Bigelow Aerospace, founded by Las Vegas real estate millionaire Robert Bigelow.
Nazi Saucers and Antigravity
For decades there have been rumors about alleged "Nazi flying saucers," supposedly developed during the closing days of WWII.
Waves of UFO sightings may be a thing of the past, but interest in UFOs is stronger than ever.