Nancy Talbott is the Field Research Coordinator and press contact for the BLT Research Team (John Burke, William C. Levengood and Nancy Talbott), which has been examining plants and soils in crop formations in several countries. They have also studied the electromagnetic environments, unusual animal deaths in the U.S. and Canada, and UFO trace-cases since 1989.
In the late 1960s and early 1970s, Ms. Talbott worked as a Research Assistant at the University of Maryland and at Harvard University. She then became an independent producer of Appalachian music festivals in the northeast. Since 1992 she has devoted 100% of her time to the development of a cohesive, well-trained field sampling and reporting network in several countries. This network has supplied the thousands of samples examined in-depth by Levengood, biophysicist, and others over the last nine years.
Ms. Talbott lectures to groups internationally which are interested in learning about the physical abnormalities in the plants and soils associated with these phenomena and the hypotheses developed so far to help organize the laboratory data within a scientific context.
An engaging speaker able to present hard scientific data to the lay person in a compelling, easy-to-understand presentation, Nancy mixes facts and visual images and her years of experience to skillfully show the high-strange, scientific reality behind mysterious phenomenal events.
Ms Talbot majored in Psychology at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and Harvard Extension School in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Following 5 years as a Research Analyst at the University of Maryland and Harvard Colledge and 20 years as a festival producer in the Northeast, Ms. Talbott has organized, directed and financed crop formation fieldwork for the BLT Research Team since 1993. She lectures regularly in the U.S. and abroad, presenting the BLT Team’s research results, writes for the lay-press, and has co-authored (with Wm. C. Levengood) the 1999 paper “Dispersion of energies in worldwide crop formations” (in press)