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In UFO Matrix Issue 3, Malcolm Robinson takes a new perspective on The Livingston Incident, and David Slater also gives a possible explanation for The Livingston Incident and discusses Spaceships, Spheres, and the Devils Herb.
Also featured is an exclusive from John Hanson on the Porter’s Wood UFO Landing, Suffolk, in December 1980, and Gary Heseltine updates us on his attempt to turn the Rendlesham Forest events in to a movie and his recent meeting with Colonel Halt. A scientific view of the Rendlesham Forest incident is looked at by Astrophysicist Andrew Pike, and Dr David Clarke also offers a sceptical view of Rendlesham Forest.
In UFO Matrix Issue 2 Nigel Watson takes a different look at the Alien Abduction experience, David Howard illustrates why he believes alien abductions are the genuine article, and Yvonne Smith charts her involvement in alien abduction research.
Albert S. Rosales takes a look at the different types of beings reported during close encounter experiences, and John Wickham recounts his experience trying to get as close as possible to America’s most secret installation, Area 51.
Our very first issue of UFO Matrix takes a look at the UFO sceptics who question the UFO crash at Roswell, an interview with the late Kenneth Arnold, Nick Pope’s ‘The Real X-Files’, the Senator and the Aliens, UFO Sightings from Turkey, Readers Sightings, The Isodoro Ferri Case – a classic UFO landing case from Italy, Tips for taking better UFO photos, and UK researcher John Hanson looks at a curious case from Aldeburgh in the UK back in 1916.