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   • Adamski, George (1891–1965)
   • Agrest, Matest M. (1915–2005)
   • Agrest, Mikhail M.
   • Air Technical Intelligence Center (ATIC)
   • Alencon spaceman
   • alien abduction
   • Aerial Phenomena Research Organization (APRO)
   • Area 51
   • Arnold, Kenneth (1915–1984)

   • Blue Book, Project

   • Carter, President Jimmy (James Earl) (1924–)
   • Cascade Mountains
   • close encounters
   • Cold War, linked to UFO reports
   • Condon, Edward Uhler (1902–1974)
   • Condon Report
   • Center for UFO Studies (CUFOS)

   • Däniken, Erich von (1935–)
   • daylight disk

   • extraterrestrial hypothesis (ETH)

   • false memory syndrome
   • Fermi Paradox
   • first contact
   • flying disk
   • flying saucer

   • Groom Lake
   • Grudge, project

   • Hopkins, Budd
   • Hynek, J. Allen (1910–1986)

   • Keyhoe, Donald E. (1897–1988)
   • Klass, Philip J. (1920–2005)

   • Life, article on UFOs (1952)
   • Los Angeles Air Raid
   • Lubbock Lights

   • Mack, John E. (1929–2004)
   • Mantell, Captain Thomas Francis Jr. (1922–1948)
   • Marfa Lights
   • McDonald, James E.
   • Mogul, Project

   • National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP)
   • nocturnal light

   • Persinger, Michael

   • radar-visual UFO
   • Roswell Incident
   • Roswell Incident, GAO report
   • Roswell Incident, US Air Force report
   • Ruppelt, Captain Edward J. (1922–1960)

   • saucer flap of 1947
   • Schiff, Steven (1947–1998)
   • Scientific Advisory Panel on Unidentified Flying Objects
   • Scully, Frank
   • Sign, Project
   • Skyhook, Project
   • Socorro Incident
   • space missions, linked to UFO reports
   • Strieber, Whitley (1945–)
   • Sturrock, Peter A.

   • Technical Intelligence Division (TID)
   • technological developments, influence on extraterrestrial speculation
   • temporal lobe lability
   • Twining, General Nathan Farragut (1897–1982)
   • Twinkle, Project

   • unidentified flying objects (UFOs)

   • Vallée, Jacques F. (1939–)

   • wind turbine UFO
   • Washington Invasion