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This profile was last updated on 11/20/13  and contains information from public web pages.

State Director

MUFON of West Virginia
 
Background

Employment History

  • State Director
    West Virginia Mutual UFO Network
  • State Director
    Mutual UFO Network
  • Teacher
    Eastern Gateway Community College
  • Western Pennsylvania Section Director
    MUFON of Pennsylvania

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Director
    West Virginia MUFON
13 Total References
Web References
Fred Saluga, organizer, said ...
www.weirtondailytimes.com, 20 Nov 2013 [cached]
Fred Saluga, organizer, said West Virginia CUE will meet from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on the third Thursday of the month at Eat 'n Park in Steubenville and offer those attending a forum in which to cover everything from unidentified flying objects and ghosts to Bigfoot and other paranormal topics.
CUE is an acronym for Center for Unexplained Events.
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UNEXPLAINED?EVENTS - Fred Saluga of Weirton hopes to host a monthly forum to discuss unexplained events, such as UFOs. -- Janice Kiaski
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"This is to give the community a better understanding of the paranormal community," explained Saluga, a longtime UFO investigator who has taught free classes on the subject at Eastern Gateway Community College and will have an upcoming 10-week class there in the near future.
"A lot of people have had some type of incident or experience. They don't know who to talk to, what to say, so we are there. You can come and talk to the people, and it's therapy, too," he said.
Saluga is confident there will be a good turnout for the initial meeting and subsequent ones.
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A former law enforcement officer, Saluga is the state director of MUFON of West Virginia. MUFON, an acronym for Mutual UFO Network Inc., is a nonprofit corporation founded in 1969 that's dedicated through its volunteers to resolving the scientific enigma known collectively as UFOs.
He also is a Western Pennsylvania section director of MUFON of Pennsylvania. He estimated that he has investigated "a couple thousand" UFO reports since the 1970s.
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Saluga said a discussion he had in recent months was with an area resident who claimed to have had a "Mothman" sighting in West Virginia about 10 years ago. Mothman is a legendary birdlike creature reportedly seen in the Point Pleasant area of West Virginia.
"She was talking to me, and she was getting goosebumps. Her voice started cracking like she was actually scared telling me what she was telling me," he said.
Saluga said "shadow people" constitute another example of the paranormal. "When you look through the side of your eyes and see a shadow, they call them shadow people. They're actually there they say. I don't know. I've never seen one."
The forum is a nonjudgmental setting for people to talk about such topics, according to Saluga.
"It is good to get it off your chest. At lot of people need someone to talk to," Saluga said.
For information, contact Saluga by e-mail at fsaluga@aol.com.
Fred Saluga, state director ...
www.weirtondailytimes.com, 29 May 2012 [cached]
Fred Saluga, state director of the West Virginia Mutual UFO Network, will speak at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Brooke County Public Library.
Saluga began investigating unidentified flying objects in the 1970s while employed as a law enforcement officer. He has investigated UFO sightings, abduction cases and other UFO-related activities and UFO phenomena in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Florida and West Virginia.
He is presently conducting research for a book entitled "UFOs and the Law Enforcement Response to the Phenomena."
STEUBENVILLE, Ohio - The subject of ...
www.weirtondailytimes.com, 11 Mar 2013 [cached]
STEUBENVILLE, Ohio - The subject of unidentified flying objects is one that has fascinated people for a long time, but most of what the public knows about UFOs is from the movies, according to Fred Saluga of Weirton, who will be conducting a free 10-session class on that very topic.
"Learn the truth from research that has been conducted from the last 50 years to gain a better understanding of the UFO phenomena," says Saluga, whose class at Eastern Gateway Community College will be held on Mondays from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. beginning March 18 and continuing through May 20.
Topics will include UFO occurrences, investigations, alien abductions, Bigfoot, mutilations, and many more, according to Saluga, who serves as the West Virginia state director for MUFON, an acronym for the Mutual UFO Network, which was founded in 1969 and is a nonprofit corporation dedicated through its volunteers to resolving scientific enigma known collectively as UFOs.
Saluga teaches classes on ...
timeswv.com, 4 Oct 2013 [cached]
Saluga teaches classes on UFOs and cryptozoology at the Eastern Gateway Community College in Steubenville, Ohio. He is also the director of West Virginia MUFON (Mutual UFO?Network) and a state regional director in Pennsylvania.
Fred Saluga, organizer, said ...
www.hsconnect.com, 19 Nov 2013 [cached]
Fred Saluga, organizer, said W.Va. CUE will meet from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on the third Thursday of the month at Eat 'n Park in Steubenville and offer those attending a forum in which to cover everything from unidentified flying objects and ghosts to Bigfoot and other paranormal topics.
CUE is an acronym for Center for Unexplained Events.
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Fred Saluga, group organizer
...
"This is to give the community a better understanding of the paranormal community," explained Saluga, a longtime UFO investigator who has taught free classes on the subject at Eastern Gateway Community College and will have an upcoming 10-week class there in the near future.
"A lot of people have had some type of incident or experience. They don't know who to talk to, what to say, so we are there. You can come and talk to the people, and it's therapy, too," he said.
Saluga is confident there will be a good turnout for the initial meeting and subsequent ones.
...
A former law enforcement officer, Saluga is the state director of MUFON of West Virginia. MUFON, an acronym for Mutual UFO Network Inc., is a nonprofit corporation founded in 1969 that's dedicated through its volunteers to resolving the scientific enigma known collectively as UFOs.
He also is a Western Pennsylvania section director of MUFON of Pennsylvania. He estimated that he has investigated "a couple thousand" UFO reports since the 1970s.
...
Saluga said a discussion he had in recent months was with an area resident who claimed to have had a "Mothman" sighting in West Virginia about 10 years ago.
...
Saluga said "shadow people" constitute another example of the paranormal. "When you look through the side of your eyes and see a shadow, they call them shadow people. They're actually there they say. I don't know. I've never seen one."
The forum is a nonjudgmental setting for people to talk about such topics, according to Saluga.
"It is good to get it off your chest. At lot of people need someone to talk to," Saluga said.
For information, contact Saluga by e-mail at fsaluga@aol.com.
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