Thursday, September 14, 2017

X-Zone Broadcast Network - David Booher

David Booher
This week I talked with David Booher who wrote No Return which is about the strange case of Gerry Irwin. I say strange case because it might have nothing to do with a UFO though it does seem he saw something strange in the sky. He believed, originally, that it fell to the ground on the other side of a ridge line but he never found it and those who followed later found no evidence of a crash. You can listen to the whole interview here:

This was a case that fell off the radar back in 1959. Jim and Coral Lorenzen of APRO had been deeply involved originally, had invited Irwin to their home, and were prepared to help him. But Irwin, an Army enlisted soldier, went AWOL and then was listed as a deserter when he was gone more than thirty days. According to Jacques Vallee in Dimensions, after he was listed as a deserter, “He was never seen again.” And that was what sparked Booher’s interest in the case.

For more information about the case, Booher has created a Facebook page which can be found here:

I also visited the case in The UFO Dossier but that analysis ended at the same place as did the Lorenzen’s investigation. And, of course, there is Booher’s book, No Return: UFO Abduction of Covert Operation? available from Anomalist Books.

Next week’s guest: Fran Ridge

Topic: NICAP and UFOs

1 comment:

RedTornado2008 said...

This case does sound more like a case of a nervous breakdown than anything else. Mr Booher was a bit nervous but the book sounds interesting. I don't know how this one case can sustain a full book as there is a huge lack of evidence. Even the subject states he doesn't think anything strange happened to him.

Still, kudos goes to Mr Booher for at least tracking the man down and trying to find out what happened. This shows how research should be done in the field.