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Dr. William J. Birnes

Wrong Dr. William J. Birnes?

Owner

UFO Magazine
5455 Centinela Avenue
Los Angeles, California 90066
United States

Company Description: With sales in the millions, UFO Magazine has been continuously published for nearly twenty years, distributed in America, Canada, Europe, South America, Middle...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Publisher
    UFO Magazine
  • Editor
    UFO Magazine
  • Editor
    American UFO Magazine
  • Publisher
    American UFO Magazine
  • Instructor of English
    Trenton State College
  • Structural Linguistics and Historical Linguistics As Well As Literature and Writing Teacher
    Trenton State College
  • Publisher
    Shadiw Lawn Press
  • Editor
    The McGraw-Hill Companies

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • law degree
  • Ph.D.
    New York University
197 Total References
Web References
• Filament Book CLub •
www.filamentbookclub.com, 14 June 2013 [cached]
William J. Birnes
Filament Books CEO and co-founder, Bill is a New York Times best-selling author, the publisher of UFO Magazine, and a New York literary publishing agent who has written and edited over twenty-five books and encyclopedias in the fields of human behavior, true crime, current affairs, history, psychology, business, computing, and the paranormal.
Recently, Bill completed a textbook for Academic Press on the corporate psychology of police task-force personnel involved in long-term multi-jurisdictional investigations of serial and sexual homicides. As a literary agent and book producer, his recent best-seller on The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and Wall Street Journal lists was The Black Dahlia Avenger (Arcade, 2003). His previous bestseller as an author was The Day After Roswell in 1997. On Labor Day, A&E broadcast the movie, "The Riverman," based on the book, The Riverman that Bill wrote with detective Bob Keppel about how serial killer Ted Bundy helped police track the Green River Killer Gary Ridgway.
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As publisher of the nationally distributed UFO Magazine, editor of The UFO Encyclopedia published by Pocket Books, and co-author, with the nation's top radio talk-show host, George Noory, of A Worker In The Light, Dr. Birnes has added to his list of publications in the UFO/Paranormal field, which include: The Day After Roswell, Unsolved UFO Mysteries, The Haunting of the Presidents, and, as a fiction writer, with George Noory, the forthcoming Nero Blaze: The Time Being at Tor/Forge.
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258. Bill Birnes, J.D., editor of UFO Magazine
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www.projectcamelot.net, 1 July 2009 [cached]
This is an audio clip of Bill Birnes. This was before he became famous on UFO Hunters. But Bill Birnes is the editor of the American UFO Magazine.
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Bill Birnes: We don't.
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Bill: Thank you. So, one of the things that I want to pass on to my colleagues - first Dan and then David, who's to be talking about these, and closely connected subjects, all tomorrow - is how powerful we are and what opportunity we have to, in Bill Birnes's words: to manipulate reality around us.
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Bill: All right. Very good. Thank you.
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Bill: That was complicated?
Ruth: Yes!
Bill: Okay.
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Bill: David's reminded me about something else that Dr. Pete Peterson told us about the end of this year.
Mercury Rapids - Articles
www.mercuryrapids.co.uk, 29 Sept 2007 [cached]
"Make contact with him, Bill."
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William J Birnes, publisher of the American UFO Magazine, believed that the alien craft fired a particle beam weapon at the Soviet fighter, but a lucky shot with the missile disrupted the UFO's anti-gravity field, causing it to fall from the sky. Soviet recovery teams quickly gathered up all the wreckage and transported it to the underground facility at Kapustin Yar, which was ironically named Zhitkur, after the former town not far from the base.
Birnes claimed that MiG pilots were ordered to take any measures necessary to bring down extraterrestrial craft because Moscow was desperate to gain any advantage over the United States, whom they believed had made their tremendous advances due to recovered flying saucer reverse-engineering.
Bill ...
binnallofamerica.com, 10 July 2013 [cached]
Bill Birnes
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In the penultimate edition of BoA:Audio's 7th season, we welcome longtime friend of the program Bill Birnes for a discussion on his new book Dr. Feelgood.
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We will dig deep into this amazing story as Bill shares a wealth of stunning stories about the unseen influence of 'Dr.
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Feelgood' Max Jacobson with Bill Birnes.
Full Preview: We kick things off by finding out how Bill got involved in writing Dr. Feelgood and he takes us through the circuitous journey which led to the writing and publication of the book. Bill provides a thumbnail background on Dr. Max Jacobson, his 'vitamin elixers' which were really methamphetamine, and how meth has a truly destructive effect on the human body.
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To that end, Bill talks about how John F. Kennedy and Rod Serling were both well aware of the true active ingredients in Jacobson's cocktail.
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Bill also connects this intrigue to testimony made by Philip Corso regarding the CIA drug trade and Vietnam, which further upset the true 'powers that be' who were running America, which all led to the plot to kill Kennedy.
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Staying on the Kennedy aspect of the story, Bill tells us about how JFK's Vienna Summit with Russia's Kruschev was a massive disaster because the president was repeatedly given meth injections prior to the meeting. Bill details how this, in turn, resulted in the Cuban Missile crisis and he talks about how close the United States actually came to a nuclear war during the 1960's.
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Bill details the downfall of Bob Cummings, from A-list actor to blacklisted drug addict.
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Painting a deeper picture of Jacobson and his practice, Bill discusses how they were both extremely filthy and unsanitary.
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Bill explains some of the major difficulties he had in getting the book published as well as the lack of media coverage for the contents of the book. Bill also revisits the famous 1960 presidential debate between Kennedy and Nixon and he reveals how Jacobson played a critical role in how JFK performed so well. This leads to some discussion on the recent NSA spying scandal and how it should be no surprise to anyone, since the NSA has been up to fishy business for decades.
Wrapping up the Jacobson story, Bill relates how the story concludes and, ultimately, led to the infamous 'War on Drugs' and involved Richard Nixon, Geraldo Rivera, and the New York Times.
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On where Ufology needs to go next, Bill talks about Kevin Randle's 'Dream Team' and how solving the UFO enigma can be like catching a serial killer.
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Closing out the program, we talk about the rise in popularity for the paranormal and Bill reveals what the current perspective is on UFOs from TV executives. This segues into talk about skeptics and the actual media coverage of the paranormal. We also get meta and talk about how Ufology needs to move away from 'tell us the answer' and move towards 'here is the answer,' after doing strong research that can stand up to close scrutiny. That said, we also reflect on government interference in UFO research. And, concluding the conversation, Bill details the many projects he has cooking, including UFO books as well as a fascinating book on government chicanery related to post-traumatic stress syndrome.
Bill Birnes Bio
William J. Birnes is a New York Times best-selling author, a magazine publisher, and a New York literary publishing agent who has written and edited over twenty-five books and encyclopedias in the fields of human behavior, true crime, current affairs, history, psychology, business, computing, and the paranormal.
As publisher of the nationally distributed "UFO Magazine," editor of The UFO Encyclopedia published by Pocket Books, and co-author, with the nation's top radio talk-show host, George Noory, of A Worker In The Light, Dr. Birnes has added to his list of publications in the UFO/Paranormal field, which include: The Day After Roswell, Unsolved UFO Mysteries, and The Haunting of the Presidents.
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William Birnes received his Ph.D. from New York University in 1974 while he was an Instructor of English at Trenton State College in New Jersey where he taught structural linguistics and historical linguistics as well as literature and writing. Professor Birnes was a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow, a Lily Post Doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Pennsylvania, and a grants award judge for the National Endowment for the Arts.
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