NEW BOOK: BELGIUM IN UFO PHOTOGRAPHS. Volume 1 (1950-1988)



BELGIUM IN UFO PHOTOGRAPHS. Volume 1 (1950-1988)
By Vicente-Juan Ballester Olmos and Wim van Utrecht

The FOTOCAT Project (Spain) and CAELESTIA (Belgium) are pleased to announce the release of their joint book.

Belgium in UFO Photographs – Volume 1 is a research book that makes no concessions to literature. It is a scientifically oriented inquiry into a collection of supposed UFO pictures taken in Belgium in the period from 1950 to 1988. But the reader will certainly find more than descriptions of UFO sightings and detailed analyses of UFO images. For instance, the included catalog not only has numerous examples of how normal folks can be deceived by common phenomena, it also reveals the dubious background against which some photographs that received worldwide endorsement made their way into UFO history.

The book is a documented history of four decades’ worth of UFO incidents that involved witnesses who provided photographic evidence (be that negatives, prints, slides, films, or videotapes), on top of their own testimony. The authors have investigated every event weighing the evidence for real anomalies occurring in our atmosphere. Though only a small country in Central Europe, Belgium’s rich UFO patrimony serves as a representative sample of UFO phenomenology worldwide.

The book has over 400 pages, 366 illustrations (pictures, diagrams, maps, sky charts, etc.) and contains a statistical review of the cases that were studied. This is FOTOCAT Report #7 and, like the rest of the series, it is available free online at the following link:

For book collectors, printed book lovers and libraries, a printed edition in full color and large format has been published by UPIAR (Turin, Italy) and can be purchased through the publisher’s website at the following link:http://www.upiar.com/index.cfm?language=en&artID=191&st=1




We thank our dear friend and UAPSG-GEFAI member Mr. Vicente-Juan Ballester Olmos for sharing with us this important information.




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