October 10th UFO Investigator James Clarkson

James Clarkson is an author, investigator and ufo event speaker.

His book Tell My Story, is a fascinating story about June Crain, the Air Force & UFOs. A life story of a key corroborating witness to a UFO technology discovery and the Cover-Up.

This groundbreaking story gives us insights into the early history of the Air Force at Wright-Patterson AFB and rocket research in the Southwest.

The June Crain Story has been featured in the UFO Files episode titled Hangar 18 – The UFO Warehouse produced by Duane Tudahl as seen on the History Channel.

James Clarkson also wrote: Westport UFO Crash Retrieval Event-A Case Study.   This happened on November 25, 1979 – Westport, WA – a multiple witness case involving a fiery object first seen 40 miles from impact by drivers and residents near the southwest Washington coast. Other witnesses observed the last maneuver before it crashed. Military roadblocks sealed the forest roads as described by loggers who couldn’t go to work the next morning. This investigation was fully developed by James Clarkson and presented at the 2008 UFO Crash Retrieval Conference in Las Vegas, NV.

When it comes to experience with investigations Clarkson’s track record in this field is extensive. 

He is a licensed investigator for the state of Washington presently and was also a
child abuse investigator for Grays Harbor Children’s Advocacy Center, a detective
that conducted forensic interviews with assault victims and witnesses, a former
commissioned police officer for the Aberdeen Police Department from 1979-1999, a patrol
sergeant, a detective sergeant from 1993-1997 who supervised investigations, a fatal
accident team supervisor, a correctional officer and reserve deputy sheriff, and a military
police investigator from 1974-1977. A very well qualified investigator based on his
training and life work. You can get more info on his books and his career at jamesclarksonufo.com.

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