Friday, March 27, 2009

Will Jima, 8 Track Tapes



Received an email from someone looking for "books and tapes. . by mysterious seller of UFO spoken word LP and 8 track tapes, Will Jima." Jima made recordings of his experiences in the 1970s.

Jima seems like an interesting person; this is from the site 8 Track of the Moment:"
"Secret Government Information Suppressed
One of the Most Amazing Recordings Ever Made"

This tape was recorded and distributed independently by one Will Jima . It seems old Will had a deep conviction that the government was suppressing amazing information about UFOs way back in 1974 and decided to put out his own 8-track to let the world in on his fantastic discovery.

This guy was obviously way ahead of his time what with all the X-Files and turn-of-the-millennia UFO mania our culture is in the grips of these days. Mr. Jima had some pretty clear answers to some very relevant UFO questions. The label of the 8-track speaks for itself. The cover image is of--well I don't know what--but presumably it's a UFO.


I knew that if anyone had something about Jima, it'd be Adam Gorightly; he has an excerpt from one of Jima's tapes here. Great listening; I love the background music!

Here's more on Jima from Adam.

The search is on!

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Get Your Own Antique Ray Gun



I found a blog new to me called "Geekologie" which is full of great, weird, odd, off the wall stuff, including an item on how to get your very own ray gun. Which everyone needs, but not everyone can afford, at six hundred something dollars a piece. For more visit here.

Sunday, March 8, 2009

Ann Druffel on BOA

This is a bit overdue, I just haven't had time until today to listen to the interview, but Tim Binnall's recent guest on Binnall of America is Ann Druffel. This is one interview you cannot miss! Ann is co-author (with D. Scott Rogo) of The Tujunga Canyon Contacts, and FIRESTORM: DR. JAMES E. McDONALD's FIGHT FOR UFO SCIENCE, published in 2003. Tunjunga Canyon was one of the first books I read on the UFO/abduction subject, and it was one of the books that threw me into this area.

Ann Druffel, and this interview, is a great resource into UFO history. Her ideas and experience, her insights, into the abduction phenomema are very interesting and refreshing.

Ann has been invovled in NICAP, and so much more. You can listen to the interviews here. Ann's website is here.

Friday, March 6, 2009

Going Through the Files: Melinda Leslie


I was going through my files and found all kinds of things I'd forgotten about. Like this flyer promoting an appearance of Melinda Leslie, abductee, at the local community college (Lane Coummunity College, where I got my associate degree so long ago.) I didn't make it but held on to the flyer. I'm not sure when this is from, but I'd say the late 1980s.

And here's a link to an interview with Tim Binnall and Leslie on BOA from 2006.

Thursday, March 5, 2009