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uk THIS is the website of the British UFO Research Association, formed in 1962 and one of the oldest and consistently active research and investigation groups in the world.
What many people will not know is that Wilf had a sighting of a UFO while aboard an aircraft in the 1950s and that he was involved in the British UFO Research Association (BUFORA) during the 1980s.
Buchanan and Robinson were joined at Downing Street by John Wickham of the British UFO Research Association.
Strangely - or perhaps not - the event also coincided with the sighting of a large silver object over High Spen and Fenham which was later investigated by the British UFO Research Association.
Cardiff-based Lionel Fanthorpe, the broadcaster and cleric who is president of the British UFO Research Association (Bufora), yesterday invoked the example of the celebrated Roswell incident - when the US Government is rumoured to have recovered an alien body from a downed UFO near the remote New Mexico town of Roswell - in support of the claims.
One of the key people involved in paranormal research, Gloria Dixon, based in Newcastle, who is the director of investigations for the British UFO Research Association.
However at university, he was introduced to the long-established British UFO Research Association and entered their course from which he emerged as an accredited investigator.
George got in touch with Philip Mantle, head of the British UFO Research Association - who had already received reports about the lights from more than 20 people.