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UFO Information Retrieval Center

UFO Information Retrieval Center

Founded in 1966 to collect, analyze, publish, and disseminate information on reports of unidentified flying objects and related anomalies. The center compiles statistics, conducts research programs, maintains a library and an on-line data base, runs children's and students' services, and gives referrals. From time to time it publishes Reference for Outstanding UFO Sighting Reports. Address: 3131 W. Cochise Dr., No. 158, Phoenix, AZ 85051-9501.

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UFO Information Network (UFOIN)

UFO Information Network (UFOIN)

Name adopted in the late 1970s by the Page Research Library. It published a newsletter, which merged with Ohio Sky Watcher in 1979 to become UFO Ohio. UFOIN, which existed only a few years, collected and collated information on UFOs and other Fortean phenomena. It was headquartered in Rome, Ohio.

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