- Greg Bishop's new book, "It Defies Language!" Is now available for sale!
- You can now order autographed copies of "It Defies Language!" from the author for $14.00 plus media mail shipping rate ($3.00 in the US.) $6.75 for first class priority. Inquire about international rates. Includes handsome collectible bookmark!
- Also available in a Kindle edition with 70 extra pages of material! Color images! An extra illustration from RPJ! Web links! Can you take it?!
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Tag Archives: Jim Moseley
Allen Greenfield has been in the UFO biz almost since the beginning. He has been on the board of the National UFO Conference (NUFOC) since its inception and was there in the 1950s and ’60s along with James Moseley, Gray … Continue reading
“Smiles” has been a close friend for many years. We met during the ‘zine “revolution” of the 1990s and have been encouraging each other in our pursuits for about 20 years now. Miles helped Radio Misterioso in the early days … Continue reading
I asked Tim on the show in the wake of the Jim Moseley interview from last week. Tim’s original plan involved our friend Miles Lewis along for Jim’s interview, but he turned out to be busy. Both are little-known treasure … Continue reading
Anyone who has been in the UFO biz for even a little while knows about the legendary Saucer Smear zine. What started out as a small and fairly serious newsletter over 50 years ago has evolved into the publication of … Continue reading
Moseley is the editor/ publisher of the 50 year-old ‘zine Saucer Smear. Smear has always been my favorite UFO publication because it concentrates on the people in the field, rather than the UFOs themselves. Moseley will occasionally publish new information … Continue reading