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Start: The second installment of my new column, The Round Files, is out now in issue four of Stuart Miller’s delightful Alien Worlds Magazine.

In “The Real Truth Behind the Real Truth Behind SERPO,” Heloise Crump, a participant of Project Silver Cloud, the actual effort on which the SERPO hoax/ disinformation/ damned lie is based, shares her story of what really, really, really happened during the rumored exopolitical event in the early 1960s.

Alien Worlds Magazine Issue 4

Is it true? Is it more disinformation? Will the entire UFO audience recognize this as the parody that it could very well be (… unlike those who where unable to determine if my first column was a parody or not)?


If you want to know more, you’re just going to have to — *gasp!* — spring a few bucks and buy the magazine.


Copyright © 2008, by Daniel Brenton. All Rights Reserved.


Start: Ah … back in print again.

Stuart Miller, editor of the gorgeous Alien Worlds Magazine, has welcomed me into his “stable” of writers. My new column, The Round Files, debuts in issue three of the magazine. Stuart is one of the few names in Ufology circles that understands the dire need for humor in the field, and it is an honor to be able to contribute to his magazine.

The first installment,”The Really Really Secret Mission of Apollo 18,” is the revelation of the story of Col. Donald Mellon, USAF (Ret.). Col. Mellon, author of Listen, Pal — Your Flight Never Happened, claims to be the only surviving member of a top secret lunar mission undertaken to investigate a mammoth cylindrical alien “mother ship” and a nearby “city” of glass-like spires.

Alien Worlds Magazine Issue 3

Is it true? Is it disinformation? Is it a hoax? Will the UFO audience recognize it as the parody that it has to be?

Would they recognize a piece of satire if it bit them in their collective funny bone?

Do they have a collective funny bone?

(I don’t know!)

Copyright © 2008, by Daniel Brenton. All Rights Reserved.