Skeptical Inquirer — Psychic Vibrations
Smithsonian-Affiliated National Atomic Testing Museum Promised to Reveal ‘UFO Secrets’
National Geographic’s Chasing UFOs—‘Investigation as Farce’
‘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
Comet Elenin “Self-Destructs”— Doomsday Postponed Again!
UFO Mothership and Fleet over London
Commie Nazi Saucer Crashed at Roswell
2012: Peter Gersten’s ‘Leap of Faith’
As is often the case, conflicting and confusing accounts of the UFO incident make it difficult to determine exactly what happened.
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...
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.
Alien Peeping Tom—Film at Eleven
The world was startled on May 28 when a Denver man claimed he was going to show a video of a "living, breathing alien."
The Fallacy of Misplaced Rationalism
There seem to be so many fallacious arguments making the rounds these days that it would be surprising if skeptics were...
Alien Ghosts at Roswell
Can a pseudoscientific documentary be so insulting that even the cable channel planning to run it turns it down?
Betty Hill’s Last Hurrah
A Secret UFO Symposium in New Hampshire
First They Came for Darwin, Then They Came for Copernicus and Galileo…
A recent mass mailing was sent to thousands of addresses in California asking "Have Scientists Been Wrong for 400 Years?"
When aliens return cows after they have finished mutilating them, do the cows bounce when they hit the ground?
The Flashlight of the Gods
Now that the crashed saucers seem to have replaced alien abductions as the "gold standard" of UFOlogical excitement...
Time Flies LIke an Arrow, but Fruit Flies like Bilked Bananas
At the 87th Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science...
The Internet: A Shining Beacon of Truth
Where have all the UFOs gone? In recent months, three widely read articles have been published by thoughtful observers...
Loon Season in Canada
Paul Hellyer was Canada's Defence Minister from 1963-1967 under Prime Minister Lester Pearson, as well as later serving...
Will Hack for Extraterrestrials
London's Gary McKinnon, recently arrested for computer crimes, has been described as "the world's biggest computer hacker."
Where the UFO Conspiracy Theories Roam
The International UFO Congress has been taking place each March in Laughlin, Nevada, for fourteen years and I had yet to...
As the destruction became clear from the recent tsunami in southern Asia, claims surfaced of strange events associated with it.
With the recent devastating and remarkable assault on Florida by one destructive hurricane after another, some are...
Heads up—the End of the World is coming again!
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
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.