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Dr. Irena Scott has actually walked down the sacred corridors and hidden passageways where UFO studies took place, when she worked in several crucial UFO investigatory agencies. Her exposure to these investigations allowed her to obtain real documents, not the usual
"informants" stories and legends. Including hidden studies showing that UFOs really exist, interviews with researchers, taking photographs, obtaining documents, leaked information, informants, and much else. Her smoking gun revelations have already attracted much attention including a possible new Roswell witness, accounts about possible Memory Metal and Elroy John Center, the Cordell Hull report, and many others. She has found many additional smoking guns that are reported here, some with even higher credibility, such as evidence that an alloy company had received a debris sample to analyze and its composition. Her exploration of Wright-Patterson AFB includes interviews of top researchers, photographs showing hidden views and possible tunnels and vaults, bodies in crypts, and a visit to its famous
"Blue Room."Ãƒâ€šÃ‚ÂShe obtained actual documents from Project Blue Book studies, showing what took place, interviews with those involved with the studies, opinions of those at the top about UFOs including Battelle Memorial Institute presidents, and other top researchers. She has handwritten documents of scientist and ufologist Dr. J. Allen Hynek that are spontaneous and let the reader get to know the actual person behind his outside veneer shown in his published works. These tell about his many investigations, his opinions, and even contain information about such people as Neil Armstrong and his possible interest in UFO phenomenon. Scott has delved deeply into the legendary roots of UFO study and often found confirmation. She has worked for the Defense Intelligence Agency, Battelle Memorial Institute, and attended conferences at Wright-Patterson AFB.
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Dr. Irena Scott received her Ph.D. from the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine in physiology, did post-doctoral research at Cornell University, and has had a professorship at St. Bonaventure University. Her MS was from the University of Nevada, her BS from Ohio State University in astronomy and biology, and she has done research and teaching at The Ohio State University College of Medicine, and the University of Nevada. The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) employed her in Ph.D. level (GS-11) research in satellite photography including in its Air Order of Battle section, which involved aircraft identification with above top-secret security clearances. She was employed in MS level work as a Physical Scientist/Cartographer in the DMA Aerospace Center/Aerospace Center using satellite photography, and she worked at Battelle Memorial Institute. She has been sent for work-related purposes to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
She was a volunteer astronomer at the Ohio State University Radio Observatory (noted for the WOW SETI signal), is an amateur astronomer, has taken flying lessons, and is a drone pilot. She was a correspondent for Popular Mechanics magazine. Her publications include books, and works in scientific journals, magazines, and newspapers. Her photography has been shown on television and in magazines, books, and newspapers.
She served on the MUFON Board of Directors (1993 to 2000) and is a MUFON consultant in physiology and astronomy and a field investigator. As the MUFON Director of Publications, she co-edited eight symposium proceedings, including several of the most important MUFON publications. She was a founding member of the Mid-Ohio Research Associates (MORA) and an editor for the Ohio UFO Notebook. Her UFO publications include numerous articles in the Mufon UFO Journal, the International UFO Reporter, and FATE magazine. She has taken a scientific approach to UFO phenomena and published papers about UFO data in peer-reviewed scientific journals.