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Re: UFO Magazine Folds After Editor's Death - Hale

From: Roy Hale <roy.nul>
Date: Fri, 19 Mar 2004 16:54:57 -0000
Fwd Date: Fri, 19 Mar 2004 16:49:44 -0500
Subject: Re: UFO Magazine Folds After Editor's Death - Hale

>From: John Rimmer <jrimmer.nul>
>To: ufoupdates.nul
>Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2004 20:55:17 +0000
>Subject: Re: UFO Magazine Folds After Editor's Death

>I can't answer from Joe McGonagle, but I wouldn't advocate
>anyone subscribing to FSR, least of all any former readers of
>(UK) UFO Magazine. Whatever you think about its contents, it was
>a porfessionally produced piece of work, which gave its readers
>what they wanted. They would be very disapponted by what FSR has
>(had? I haven't seen it round lately) to offer.


Isn't opinion a wonderful thing, you dislike FSR, but will
obviously adore Magonia, never the twain shall meet.

>I have to say, Roy, I agree with you on this; I do find Joe's
>advice quite surprising.

I am glad you have noticed the silence John!

>There is, of course, still one of the UK's most established UFO
>magazines still around, and going from strength to strength by
>not indulging in crazy sensationism.

Well John, I must congratulate you for that advert for Magonia,
perhaps we can look forward to more articles on Pelicanism, I
wondered where James Easton went to. Looks like Magonia is the
right place for him, and his UFOs being Pelicans


How long do you think you can sustain readers John, regarding
your UFO section on Magonia, considering one of the UKs notorious
sceptics holds such a view below, or is it that sceptics just
enjoy chatting about things that don't really exsist?

'Ufology is really a thing of the last century & the public's
fascination with mysterious flying objects had faded".


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