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Jenny Randles is a British author and former director of investigations with the British UFO Research Association (BUFORA), serving in that role from 1982 through to 1994.
Jenny specializes in writing books on so called ‘paranormal phenomena’ – things that have no obvious explanation. She is a wonderful writer – meticulous, balanced and careful in her documentation of what people have experienced. I have found her books to be absolutely invaluable. She clearly has great sympathy and empathy with those she has interviewed as the reports are often very detailed and helpful [to someonelike me] with dates times circumstances and so on. But the books aren’t a dry read they are an interesting read.
To date she has published over 50 books. Subjects covered include crop circles, ESP, life after death, time anomalies and even spontaneous human combustion. So she likes the sort of thing that so called scientists refuse to study and deny the existence of, but which if studied properly and scientifically can not only be explained [as long as you admit the existence of a spiritual world] but also have a physically rational explanation.
Randles studied physics and geology at university, has written articles for New Scientist, and has sold more than 1.5 million copies of her fifty published books. In 1997 her books had been published in 24 countries.
Jenny’s books include the following:
The UFOs That Never Were, co-written with Andy J. Roberts and David Clarke
UFO Retrievals: The Recovery of Alien Spacecraft
Spontaneous Human Combustion
U.F.O. Conspiracy: From the Official Case Files of the World's Leading-Nations
UFOs and How to See Them
The Unexplained: Great Mysteries of the 20th Century
Supernatural Isle of Man 2003
The UFO Conspiracy: The First Forty Years
The Paranormal Year
Men in Black: Investigating the Truth Behind the Phenomenon
The Afterlife: An Investigation into the Mysteries of Life After Death
Science and the UFOs
Complete Book of UFOs, The: Investigation into Alien Contacts and Encounters
Alien Contact : Window on Another World, co-written with Paul Whetnall, 1981
The observations shown below were experienced by her personally. Many more observations collected by her exist on the site and can usually be found by searching in the observations using her surname.
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