Negative factors in ufo cases

This came up in John Keel’s Anomaly newsletter , Anomaly issue 1, May 1, 1969.

[[ John Keel ]] says that “negative factors” often crop up in UFO cases, ever since 1897.

Those might include commonplace things like:

They trick people into thinking that the landing is a hoax, but Keel says that negative factors are actually indications that “a real UFO event did occur.”

He then argues that UFOs are environmental phenomenon rather than ETs

Elsewhere, he says that the UFOnauts are liars and hoaxers, not the contactees

hoaxes and tricksters [[ trickster ]] [[ The Trickster and the Paranormal by George P. Hansen ]]


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