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Cast Q and A: Tony Angiola
Q: How did you get interested in UFOs?
I really started in high school. My computer teacher was probably an Alien in disguise since he gave me my first UFO book. He looked a little out of place and had a large head and a small frame body.
A: When did you join MUFON, and what is your current work within the organization?
I joined around 1994 and became an investigator but never had time to really investigate until meeting Ben Moss a couple years ago. I am also presently the Assistant State Director for VA.
Q: With your years of Field Investigator work, what has been your most interesting case?
Well, lately we have been working a lot with Ray Stanford and following up on the Socorro case of 1964. There is some very compelling new evidence we hope Ray will bring to light soon.
Q: Is there any particular aspect of ufology that most interests you?
A: Yes, the most interesting aspect of ufology to me is the scientific study of propulsion relating to these objects. Some of our recent work shows strong evidence of down drafts, faraday rings, and strange ionization around the objects. We hope to have a working magnetometer and gravitometer this year to help with investigations and perhaps use it as a proactive way of finding UFO’s while recording hard evidence. Ray Stanford did it this way a long time ago with great success and we are hoping with today’s technology we can compress a lot of that equipment into a much smaller scale and be portable and digital.
Q: Over the years the subject of UFOs has evolved from that of absurdity to a highly regarded field of research studied by educated and well written individuals. What do you feel was the turning point?
A: I think over the years people have slowly come to realize the probability for life outside our world and I think the turning point was the Internet. The ability to spread information freely and quickly with this medium has not only helped to educate the masses but it has changed the way we live. For example, I have so many Investigative tools on my smart phone that I carry everywhere I go. I can’t imagine the cost and size of all those tools in an analog format.
Episode Case Files
MUFON CASE FILE:
Big Sandy Region, Kentucky
January 14, 2002
MUFON CASE FILE: AL-US0000-1995-0002
MUFON CASE FILE: NH-US0000-1967-0001
Lyford Pond, New Hampshire, June 23, 1967
Belmont, New Hampshire
MUFON CASE FILE: CA-US0000-1968-0011
MUFON CASE FILE: CA-US0201-1977-0002
February 1, 1977