Opinion

LETTER: Have you seen a UFO? You can help with my research

I AM a Brisbane-based researcher and president of UFO Research Queensland, currently documenting the history of sightings of Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) in Queensland.

I would welcome hearing from readers who may have had a personal UFO sighting, past or current, or know of such reports from their local area.

I may be contacted by email at info@uforq.asn.au or phone our reporting line on 3376 1780.

Our website is www.uforq.asn.au where you will find a searchable database going back until 1998 and where you may find some UFO reports from your area.

Our complete collection of over 5000 reports from the public since 1956 has not been transferred as yet to digital format that's why it only holds reports until that year.

There is also a list of other Australian UFO sightings, which may also contain some from your local area.

Take a look at http://project1947.com /kbcat/kbmoreintoz.htm for more information.

 

Sheryl Gottschall

UFO Research Queensland

Topics:  queensland, research, ufo



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