“The electronics board had a sensor which measured the amount of light in the room, and a sensor for sound level, which only measured the instantaneous volume and did not record any voice.
“The device included an array of electromagnetic sensors and a basic weather station inside (that peeked out through the back of the unit) which measured temperature, humidity and barometric pressure.
“Once the sensor unit was properly placed in the home of a subject it took a measurement of data every second, 24 hours per day, and recorded this internally. The data was then downloaded daily for storage on my local computer. I could also monitor the data real time.”
“The analysis is in progress and will include a full report when all of the cases have been analyzed. Until then we feel it is prudent to not publicize who is doing the analysis or where it is being conducted. The report is most likely to be printed in the MUFON Journal, and if extensive to be published for sale by the UFO Research Coalition.”
|L to R: David Jacobs, Ph.D., historian & abduction-researcher;|
Richard Hall; Ted Bloecher, formerly of NICAP;
Bruce Maccabee, Ph.D., physicist, photo-analyst & FUFOR;
John Carlson, Ph.D., astronomer & FUFOR
Alien, UFO Casebook
|Robert Powell with former MUFON front man Walt Andrus|
Boards of Directors
A list of members of the boards of directors for CUFOS, FUFOR, MUFON and URC
according to IRS 990 forms and during some of the years of the Ambient Monitoring Project
(colors denote serving on more than one board):