by Wesley Price
from the March 6, 1948 issue
The Post was reporting on the UFO phenomenon from its earliest years. This brief 1948 article tells of a radar operator in Northern California who keeps seeing unidentified aircraft, or Gizmos, as he calls them, on his screen.
by Sidney Shalett
from the April 30 & May 7, 1949 issues
In 1949, Sidney Shalett gave a fairly open-minded report on UFO, debunking some sighting while admitting that others — some reported by senior Air Force personnel — couldn’t be dismissed.
by J. Allen Hynek
from the December 17, 1966 issue
Allen Haynek was uniquely qualified to report on the subject of UFOs; he had been studying them for 20 years when he put some of his findings in this 1966 article.
by Arthur C. Clarke
from the June 1, 1971 issue
Arthur C. Clarke was one of the premier science fiction writers in the 1960s and ‘70s. He also wrote extensively on science. Here he observes a dynamic that is somewhat similar to today: public interest in UFOs seems to have fallen off while experts are stepping up their investigations