Journal: Tell us what brought you to MUFON.
Bill: While I’ve had a number of personal UFO sightings in my life, one, in particular, was the one that steered me to contacting MUFON and inspired me to join. In February of 1989, two friends and I saw three lights - one blue, one white, and one red – doing strange maneuvers directly overhead in the night sky. I was a high school senior at the time. A few years later, I described this sighting to a college friend and she said I should report the sighting to a UFO investigative group. I found MUFON and was impressed with how well they handled my report, so I decided I wanted to join and investigate UFOs myself, hoping that participation would provide a conduit to uncovering answers to the many mysterious things I’ve witnessed. I’m glad I joined and have remained a member for over two decades. There is nothing else out there quite like MUFON.
Journal: How long have you been with MUFON?
Bill: I’ve been a member since reporting my high school sighting in 1993. Before I became Michigan’s State Director in 2004, I was an investigator, Michigan MUFON Newsletter editor, one-time webmaster of mufon.com, and current webmaster of Michigan’s site mimufon.org.