Ann Druffel  Ancient of Days 2004 Speaker Bio and Topic

Ann Druffel

Ann Druffel began investigating UFO reports in the Southern California area in April 1957 with the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena (NICAP), which was directed by the UFO research pioneer Major Donald E. Keyhoe, USMC (Ret.). She became acquainted with Dr. James E. McDonald through his contacts with the Los Angeles NICAP Subcommittee from 1966 to 1971. After NICAP's demise in 1970, she joined the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) and the then newly-formed Center for UFO Studies (CUFOS.)

She has researched over 2,000 Los Angeles Basin reports, including alleged landings, UFO photo cases, close encounters with physical effects on witnesses and terrain, alleged "abduction" reports and other UFO-related phenomena. A prolific writer, Druffel has contributed over 180 articles on various aspects of the UFO question to numerous UFO journals and newsstand magazines. She wrote the book How to Defend Yourself Against Alien Abuctions and co-authored Tujunga Canyon Contacts with parapsychologist D. Scott Rogo. Her newest book Firestorm, is a biography of scientist and UFO researcher Dr. James McDonald.
 

Ann's topic for Ancient of Days 2004
"Defenses Against Alien Abduction"

Ann is the author of

How to Defend Yourself Against Alien Abduction


FIRESTORM
Dr. James McDonald's
Fight for UFO Science

and 180+ UFO related articles appearing in print

She works closely with
Los Angeles MUFON


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Note that not all speakers agree with one another's viewpoints and/or worldviews, or with that of the organizers and sponsors of this conference. Our goal is firstly to provide the best information available regarding the reality and documentation of the UFO & abduction phenomena from a variety of backgrounds and disciplines, then have our speakers question and challenge one another in regards to it's origin(s) and possible meaning(s).  The panel discussions alone should be quite interesting!