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.
Some places are reputed to be "UFO Hot Spots," and the San Luis Valley is one of them.
Sheaffer covers a Santa Clara convention of conspiracy theorists
UFOlogy in America
In 1998, major media outlets were suddenly filled with accounts that an scientists had taken a fresh look at the UFO question.
Many readers of this magazine will no doubt recall the 1988 fiasco of so-called “memory water”...
June 24 marked the fiftieth anniversary of the day UFOs were discovered, or else invented, whichever you prefer.
When a UFO supposedly crashed on Long Island and was being covered up by the authorities, we brought you the story.
Nevada appears to have pulled off another minor miracle, transforming a barren stretch of desert road into a tourist destination
Researchers looking into the causes of breast cancer may have overlooked the most obvious cause of all: the wearing of bras.
The American practice of "recovering memories" of unspeakable abuse has leaped the Atlantic, and the Pacific as well.