The latest issue (number 2) of Stuart Miller's new magazine, Alien Worlds, goes on sale next week and includes an article from me that provides an update on my research into how and why government, military and intelligence agencies spy on the UFO research community - which was the subject of my 2006 book, On the Trail of the Saucer Spies.
In the article you'll learn a great deal about UFO-espionage on the part of British, Russian, American and Australian authorities - and, in some cases, for distinctly unusual reasons.
Indeed, as I am careful to point out in the article: "Time and time again, I found that the reasons why British, American and Australian Intelligence agencies (to name but three nations involved) were secretly spying on the UFO community actually had nothing whatsoever to do with UFOs, aliens, dead extraterrestrials held in cryogenic storage, or tales of Area 51 and Hangar 18.
"Rather the motivation was prompted by the fact that those same intelligence communities were acutely worried some UFO researchers were also tied with political extremists, the criminal underworld, and hostile, overseas intelligence agencies - such as those of the former Soviet Union and North Korea.
"They also feared that our UFO research was acting as a form of ingenious camouflage to mask the fact that we were, in reality, trying to uncover defence and intelligence secrets of a distinctly down-to-earth nature for those same aforementioned hostile overseas intelligence agencies."
Yes, as a ufologist, you are being watched; but for reasons that have very little to do with little green (or grey) men with big black eyes.