See also: ufologist





UFOlogist (plural UFOlogists)

  1. Alternative letter-case form of ufologist.
    • 1990 December, D. Stacy, T. Sanda, “The alien almanac”, in Omni, volume 13, number 3, pages 97–105:
      New Brunswick nuclear physicist Stanton Friedman may not have coined the phrase cosmic Watergate, but he claims to have used it more often than any living UFOlogist. First used in the wake of the Republican break-in at Democratic headquarters in the Watergate complex, Washington, DC, the term refers to an alleged government cover-up of aliens and UFOs.
    • 1992 November/December, Brian Siano, “Hanging’ with Zontar at the Grassy Knoll”, in The Humanist, volume 52, number 6, pages 43–46:
      Some UFOlogists claim to have determined the different species of aliens, which star systems they’ve come from, what their technology is like, and where their underground bases are. This makes it hard to imagine a UFOlogist who’s managed to throw nearly every shred of credibility he has to the four winds.
    • 1996 August 13, “What’s on the program”, in Chicago Sun-Times, page 27 (Features):
      “Whispers from Space”: A documentary about Gray Barker, well-known UFOlogist of the 1950s and 1960s, who seems never to have believed in the existence of UFOs at all.
    • 1996 December 30, Rick Marin, T. Trent Gegax, “Conspiracy mania feeds our growing national paranoia”, in Newsweek, volume 128/129, number 27/1, pages 64–68:
      As if the Zapruder footage and Oliver Stone hadn’t made JFK’s assassination mysterious enough, UFOlogists would have us believe that aliens who landed here in 1947 masterminded the whole thing
    • 2012 September/October, Andy Duncan, “Close Encounters”, in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, volume 123, number 3/4, pages 5–35:
      He dedicates this story to the indefatigable UFOlogist George D. Fawcett and to the late anomalist William R. Corliss.