Human Reactions to UFOs and UFOnauts Worldwide



By George D. Fawcett















Table of Contents


TOC and Introduction




More Information, Hiding and Deaths from UFOs


Acts of Self Defense from UFOs and Personality Changes Linked to UFO Encounters


Emotional Shock versus A Friendly Reception to UFOs


Tampered Feelings and Changes in Normal Habits and Activities Caused by UFOs

No Reaction to UFOs to Fear of UFOs, and Interference while Love Making

Misinterpretation of Human Reactions to UFOs, Prayer, Refusal to Return to the UFO Site and Shootings

Tell the Story, There Ought to be a Law, Staying Up All Night, and UFOs are

“Good for Business”

Silence and Sudden Shock, Blind Panic and Accidents Do Happen


Calm and Miscellaneous Reactions to UFOs

Miscellaneous Reactions and Injuries Caused by UFOs

Injuries Due to UFO Encounters as well as Positive Effects and UFO Healings

Humorous and Non-Humorous Reactions to UFOs

Credits and Sources for UFO Reactions to UFOs


Biography of George D. Fawcett


Summary Findings of Human Reactions to UFOs Worldwide




Dedication and a Future Study


Read What We Have Learned From UFO Repetitions (Revised and Enlarged: 1947-1984, 2005)

UFO Repetitions A Challenge to Scientific Investigation Summary Conclusions

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What We Have Learned From UFO Repetitions

Revised and Enlarged: 1947-1984, 2005


George D. Fawcett served in the United States Army and later became the director of the YMCA in his hometown in North Carolina. George Fawcett is probably best known for his 65-plus years as a UFO researcher, investigator, teacher, writer and organizer.

He was the founder and chief advisor to five civilian UFO study groups: The New England UFO Study Group (1957); The Pennsylvania and New Jersey Two-State UFO Study Group (1965);  The Florida UFO Study Group (1968), The Tar Heel UFO Study Group (1973), and The Mutual UFO Network of North Carolina (1990).

He wrote the book titled “Quarter Century Studies of UFOs in Florida, North Carolina and Tennessee” (1975) along with over 100 UFO research articles spanning nearly five decades.

George Fawcett also taught accredited college UFO courses at Gaston College (1979-1982). He served as a movie consultant as well as a contributor to various UFO encyclopedias.

He gave his illustrated lecture to almost 670 groups and organizations from 1944 until his death in 2013. He made a tremendous contribution of his UFO collections to the International UFO Museum and Research Center.

In December 1999, the International UFO Museum and Research Center appointed Mr. Fawcett as one of four prominent researchers to an Honorary Board of Directors. Other appointees were Stanton Freidman, Linda Moulton-Howe, and Donald Schmitt.

George Fawcett died at the age of 83, on Sunday, January 20th, 2013.


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