The center will contain the largest ever archive dedicated to the preservation and centralization of UFO-related material.
While there is certainly no shortage of UFO information out there, tracking down what you want to know from the various government agencies, police authorities and archives that possess the relevant data has long proven to be a serious road block for researchers.
What’s badly needed is a centralized, easily accessible repository of UFO-related material.
Enter David Marler, a pioneering UFO researcher who has plans in motion to set up a new facility – the National UFO Historical Records Center – at a site in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
With the goal of preserving and archiving anything and everything related to the topic of UFOs, the center would make it possible for anyone to easily acquire the information they need.
“In recent years, there have been successive US government disclosures acknowledging the UFO/UAP subject as a genuine phenomenon,” he said.
“In addition, within the civilian sector, there has been an influx of new researchers into this field of inquiry. Many academics and scientists are included in this group.”
“However, most of these parties do not have access to the vast array of historical materials and data sets in the hands of US civilian UFO/UAP historians and researchers. So, the National UFO Historical Records Center has been created to gather and centralize data in the United States.”
Whether or not the facility goes ahead will depend on a number of factors, not least of which being the availability of appropriate funding.
If it does happen, though, it will be a major step forward for the field of UFO research.