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Together with Barry Greenwood, Lawrence Fawcett has done some excellent work uncovering government documents about the UFO subject - in the radio interview below he goes into quite some detail about reported UFO incidents and discusses the declassified documents featured in his co-authored book 'Clear Intent'.



Lawrence Fawcett, a UFO investigator for twenty years, has held memberships in the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP) and the Aerial Phenomena Research Organization (APRO) and has also served as the Early Warning coordinator in New England for the Air Force-sponsored "Condon Committee" UFO study. He is on the National Board of Directors for the Center for UFO studies (CUFOS) and is the assistant director and chief investigator for Citizens Against UFO Secrecy (CAUS). This startling presentation is based on his best-selling book, CLEAR INTENT and digs deep into the U.S. Government Cover-Up of UFOs.

Research History:

The Sign Historical Group - Government Folders.

This listing of government file folder headings represents 25 years of research into official interest in the UFO phenomena. The great majority of them are the result of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) actions against official agencies in the U.S., and by similar legal actions abroad.

The information was assembled at significant cost: thousands of dollars and hours. These folders are the background documentation for the book, CLEAR INTENT, co-authored with Lawrence Fawcett and the organizational files for Citizens Against UFO Secrecy (CAUS) from 1984 through 1998. A substantial portion of the records are copies, and sometimes originals, of data acquired by researcher Robert Todd of Ardmore, Pennsylvania, who has had a huge impact on public knowledge of government UFO investigations from the mid-1970s until the late-1990s. Todd's legacy on this issue cannot be understated. Through his intricate knowledge of government agencies and their activities, he was able to pave the way to unearth more important records on this subject than any other investigator. In more recent times, another researcher, Jan Aldrich, has plowed a path through government records by personally visiting government file collections and unearthing documentation directly, rather than working through FOIA. His contributions to the subject are also reflected in these folders.



Paracast Interview with Larry Fawcett and Don Ecker:


Part One

Part Two

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Hey bud, thanks for the reply and the radio interview is certainly a very interesting one - Barry Greenwood, the co-author of 'Clear Intent' has also produced some mighty fine work and links for his archives are posted below at the Sign Historical Group website.

The Barry Greenwood Archives


Barry Greenwood has been collecting UFO publications for over 40 years. His collection has become famous as a reference set for those who want to research the UFO field.

To do any kind research, be it historical or involving UFOs, four things are required: materials, researchers, access and forums. Materials include UFO documents, reports, articles, and in this case UFO publications.

You need discerning researchers to classify, analyze, and interpret the material, while the researchers, of course, need access to the material. Finally, you need a forum or fora where analysis and work can be reviewed. To get to these goals you must have a first-rate collection of material.

Barry Greenwood's publication collection is the foundation for a complete reference set of publications, at least for material produced in North America.

The listings in the Greenwood publication collections represent material in his possession. In the case of UFO publications there are many missing issues and even publications that are not known to us.



Welcome to Barry Greenwood's index of UFO and Fortean-related professional and nonprofessional articles appearing in periodicals. There are over 7,535 items in this index ranging from the early 1600's through to the current year. Barry has spent over 40 years compiling this listing and we are pleased to be able to host it here on the Sign Historical Group website.



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Together with Barry Greenwood, Lawrence Fawcett has done some excellent work uncovering government documents about the UFO subject - in the radio interview below he goes into quite some detail about reported UFO incidents and discusses the declassified documents featured in his co-authored book 'Clear Intent'.

I am looking forward to full disclosure, but, I don't see that happeing anytime soon. The Government is being very cautioous at this point because when full disclosure is made, the world will never be the same and politicians realize that ,and, once 'Pandora's Box' is open, it will be too late to back-track.

Around the globe, nations are revealing their own UFO case files and you should hear what many military officials are saying.

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Around the globe, nations are revealing their own UFO case files and you should hear what many military officials are saying.

Hey Skyeagle,thanks for the reply and you're certainly right about the interesting statements being made by military personnel - here's a list of quotes and some of them are pretty remarkable:

Statements about the UFO subject

As for Lawrence Fawcett I was very sorry to hear he passed away - UFO research has lost a great man.

Lawrence Fawcett

Niantic – Lawrence Anthony Fawcett, age 71, of 4 Flanders Rd., died Sunday, September 19, 2010, surrounded by his family.

He was born in Brooklyn, NY, June 21, 1939, the son of Lawrence D. Fawcett and Louise Speranzo Fawcett. He married Lois Gruby Fawcett on March 2, 1966, in Manchester. She survives him. Mr. Fawcett served in the United States Army. He retired from the Coventry Police Department in 1994 as a Lieutenant, a job he loved. He was respected by the town citizens he worked for, and by the men in Blue he worked or came in contact with. He started the Coventry canine unit, his first partner being Ned and later Mark. He was also in scouting, starting the Police Explorers.

His other passion was UFO Investigation. This culminated finally into a book (Clear Intent, the UFO Cover-up).


All the best and have a great Xmas.

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More information on the contents of Lawrence Fawcett and Barry Greenwood´s excellent book, ´Clear Intent´:

In particular, I always recommend The UFO Coverup (originally titled Clear Intent) by Lawrence Fawcett and Barry J. Greenwood published by Prentice-Hall in 1984. Fawcett and Greenwood provided the ultimate service of distilling into one very readable tome the 3,000 pages of previously classified documents pertaining to UFOs from the Department of State, Army, Navy, Air Force, FBI, CIA, NSA and DIA. This book should be the first given to any media personality you are trying to educate on the subject since their tendency is to accept without question the government's official releases in which they claim to be hiding nothing.

Among the exceptional sightings documented through the use of the Freedom of Information Act, we learn about visual and radar sightings over numerous military installations like the October 1965 encounter with UFOs over Edwards Air Force Base in southern California. The Edwards event is not unusual because it happened over an Air Force Base, but because it is so well documented. The FOIA petitions of Fawcett and Greenwood have also turned up documentation directly from government sources of visual and radar sightings of unidentified flying objects over Loring AFB, Maine; Malmstrom AFB, Montana; Wurtsmith AFB, Michigan; Minot AFB, North Dakota; Grand Forks AFB, North Dakota; Carson AFB, New Mexico; Elgin AFB, Florida; Fort Ritchie Army Base, Maryland; and an apparent UFO landing at Kirkland AFB, New Mexico, in 1980.

The recordings of the Air Force's phone conversations during the 1965 Edwards encounter have been made commercially available from Independent-International Pictures Corporation, and the cassette series features the original recordings from phone patches, base-to-base communications and ground-to-air radio. Anybody can now listen to the personnel at Edwards Air Force Base as they react to 12 luminous unidentified flying objects which they tracked on radar for six hours, as the decisions are made to contact officers up the chain of command including one called the "UFO Officer," and ultimately to leave the encounter "unidentified."

Far from being a joke, the entire Western Air Defense Command was on the alert on the night of October 7, 1965, during the encounter at Edwards AFB. This included NORAD (North American Aerospace Defense Command, a joint U.S./Canadian unit), ARADCOM (U.S. Army Air Defense Command) and five Air Force Bases in California: Edwards, Hamilton, Norton, George and March.

This formerly classified documentation of unidentifieds over our military bases was once said not to exist, and it proves beyond the shadow of a doubt that the American public has been consciously and deliberately misled by officials and a corporate media that unquestionably repeats what it is told.


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