I was perusing eBay and noted that they had a “Flying Saucer Review” September 1959 issue with a Daniel Fry article “The Work of the Saucer Groups”. I found a link to a scan of the PDF here, but you … Continued
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Was having problems with the large downloads (1GB+) through Woocommerce failing because the PHP process was being memory limited by the host. The download would stop after 500megs! I transcoded the mp4 files into smaller avi files that are now … Continued
Håkan Blomqvist has once again done indepth original research into the source of the Tahahalita photo and wrote about it in his blog which you can find here In several blog posts I have commented on the three photographs of … Continued
Thanks to Håkan Blomqvist of the AFU, who went to the trouble of scanning in the 1965 Handbook of Understanding and Meeting minutes from 1971, I have added both to DFDC. Cheers, Sean.
Many thanks to Håkan Blomqvist of the Swedish AFU, I have posted the text from Understanding’s Annual general meeting for 1970, 1972, 1973 and 1975. You can find links to them on the Understanding page or under the “Understanding Related” … Continued
Back in 2017, Ray Stanford was interviewed by The Paracast and in a thread, Randy gave a strong rebuttal. I have reposted it here under the controversies page as it is one of those rare occasions where any evaluation of … Continued
I have been enjoying a lot of other audiobooks these days and thought it would be great to be able to listen to the Complete White Sands Incident while on the go. Now you can, for a paltry $7US for … Continued
I was unable to convert it to a straight MP4, but I just changed the iso to avi and it loads fine in Videolan. Only for $9US! Sean.
I used to sell the DVDs of the Ken Demary Interview and 1989 Mufon convention but burning the CDs, printing the label and shipping was too much work. Now you can download the videos for a fraction of the price. … Continued
From the wonderful AFU in Sweden, Håkan Blomqvist wrote an article about Understanding, reprinted here with permission: While browsing among recent blog entries I found some interesting comments on contactee Daniel Fry in the Mark Russell Bell blog. I wasn´t … Continued