This book was written by a scientist who worked in crucial institutions involved in the UFO field–the Defense Intelligence Agency, Battelle Memorial Institute, and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base–and presents inside information. It is uniquely credible; it may be the world’s only book having portions accepted into the peer-reviewed scientific literature. It delves deeply into scientific study of the reports of people, who experienced childhood sightings and additional events during their lifetimes. Included are findings suggesting that the phenomena may be interactive with human thoughts, discussion of abduction and contact, synchronicity, and speculation that such reports are simply the tip of the iceberg to more complex interactions. It contains unsolved mysteries, including seismographic analysis of a mysterious sound heard throughout a portion of the US during the 1973 international UFO wave, odd characteristics of UFO phenomena, its relation to poltergeist and psychic activity, strange beings, and new Roswell information. Encompassed are one-of-a-kind scientific findings that UFOs may employ lighting invisible to people; new photographic analysis; correlations such as UFO activity and sunspot cycles; technical examination of reports of lights shinned on people before missing time events; laser technology; lightning ball and electromagnetic phenomena, mass spectrographic examination of a mystery burn; and reasons behind the difficulty in photographing UFO phenomena. It invalidates today’s foremost arguments used to discount UFO phenomena: that science discredits UFOs, that no scientific proof of the phenomenon exists, and that there are no studies in the peer-reviewed scientific literature. It presents first-hand reports of UFO events from scientists and professionals that have publicly described sightings including high strangeness, repeater episodes, and unusual UFO behaviour. It mentions the scientific proof that UFO phenomena do exist. Excellent scientific studies can be done without either “Hard” data or even a theory, e.g., Dr. Semmelweis, as discussed in the book.