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Fred Saluga

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AlliedBarton Security Services LLC

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AlliedBarton Security Services LLC

Eight Tower Bridge 161 Washington Street Suite 600

Conshohocken, Pennsylvania,19428

United States

Company Description

For more than 50 years, AlliedBarton Security Services has provided superior security officer services to protect people, homes and businesses. AlliedBarton tailors security programs to meet clients' needs with committed professionals who enhance clients' bran...more

Background Information

Employment History

Part Time Background

Eastern Gateway Community College


Cryptozoologist

Ufologist


Teacher

Beaver County Community College


Child Abuse Investigator

Allegheny County


Affiliations

Pennsylvania Bigfoot Society

Member


Center For Unexplained Events

Member


Education

bachelor's degree

police administration

Youngstown State University


Web References(32 Total References)


UFOs and Strange Cryptid Creatures | ThisIsMyCounty.com - The Local Side of Harrison County Ohio

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Brian Seech, founder of the Center for Cryptozoological Studies (CCS) and Fred Saluga, director of West Virginia Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), director of Mountain State Sasquatch Watch, West Virginia State Representative for the North American Fortean Society and a member of many other organizations in the tri-state area will present an afternoon of the unexplained.


UFOs and Strange Cryptid Creatures | ThisIsMyCounty.com – The Local Side of Harrison County Ohio

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Brian Seech, founder of the Center for Cryptozoological Studies (CCS) and Fred Saluga, director of West Virginia Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), director of Mountain State Sasquatch Watch, West Virginia State Representative for the North American Fortean Society and a member of many other organizations in the tri-state area will present an afternoon of the unexplained.


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Fred Saluga
Fred Saluga Director of WV & Penn. Mutual UFO Network & investigator of 2,000 UFO reports since the 1970's. FRED SALUGA (4:00 pm) Investigator & Director of WV & Penn. Mutual UFO Network. TOPIC OF DISCUSSION: TBA


Mufon - Recent UFO Sightings | Daily Alien News & Encounters

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Fred Saluga named Cryptoid Studies Coordinator
Symposium 2016: Watch our Speaker Series


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NEW CUMBERLAND - Fred Saluga investigates unidentified flying objects while trying to keep his feet firmly planted on the ground.
Saluga, 66, of New Cumberland, has been applying scientific methods to the study of pseudoscientific phenomena since the 1970s. These days, however, it seems he's busier than ever, attending conferences, giving talks, teaching classes and following up on area sightings of everything from Bigfoot to UFOs. "I have nine UFO reports open right now in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio," he said. "Two of those cases are unknowns." Article Photos Morning Journal/Stephen Huba Fred Saluga holds plaster casts of two Bigfoot "footprints," one with four toes and one with five. Saluga estimates that 90 percent of the UFO reports handled by the Mutual UFO Network turn out to have natural causes. The other 10 percent are either military-related or unknown-and may have a preternatural explanation, he said. Saluga follows the protocols of MUFON-he is state director for West Virginia and section director for Western Pennsylvania-and so tries to close cases within 90 days of receiving a report. The findings are then entered into a database. The founder of the West Virginia Center for Unexplained Events, Saluga started investigating paranormal phenomena while working as a police officer in his native Fayette County, Pa., in the 1970s. Responding to a burglary-in-progress, he arrived to find a woman who insisted there were ghosts in her house. There was snow on the ground but no footprints outside and no unwelcome visitors inside. But there were unexplained noises coming from a room upstairs, so Saluga put the word "ghost" in his report. "From then on, I became known as the paranormal cop," he said. "Every time there was a Bigfoot sighting, they called me." Saluga's career in law enforcement took him to Florida and then back to Pennsylvania, where he worked as a child abuse investigator for Allegheny County. He retired in 2012, meanwhile getting a bachelor's degree in police administration from Youngstown State University. Saluga now devotes himself full time to paranormal investigations, applying the investigative techniques of a police officer to phenomena that are not always easily explained. He is licensed by the state of West Virginia as a private investigator. "You can't prove there's UFOs, but you can't disprove it. You can't prove Bigfoot exists, but you can't disprove it," he said. "We're looking for an answer scientifically." Although there's no lack of sightings of such things, there's a lack of credible evidence that makes Saluga's investigations all the more daunting. He approaches each report as a sympathetic skeptic. "With this, you've got to take it with a grain of salt. When you're interviewing somebody, you can tell nine times out of 10 whether they're telling the truth," he said. "We want to make people aware (that) if they see these things, they're not crazy. They should report them." Saluga has his own theories for why, despite all the sightings, "cryptozoological" creatures such as Bigfoot have never been captured. One theory suggests that Bigfoot is actually an interdimensional being-an alien that shuttles between its craft and Earth. Saluga once took a report from a Greene County, Pa., man who claimed to have seen Bigfoot beam down from a light emanating from a UFO. "This guy was on his deathbed. I believed him," he said. Saluga also is scheduled to give talks in August-one on Bigfoot at 10 a.m. Aug. 1 at Carnegie Public Library in East Liverpool, and one at noon Aug. 16 at Beaver Creek State Park's Bigfoot Day.


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