This month it is just 40 years since the last issue of MUFOB. Originally 'Merseyside UFO Bulletin', when the editors moved to the London area the name 'Metempirical UFO Bulletin' was dreamed up, but no-one ever really called it that. Eventually, with a nod to Jacques Vallee, and in recognition of the ever-widening scope of the magazine, it was re-named and reborn as 'Magonia'.
The very last MUFOB had a number of interesting articles, including reviews by Peter Rogerson and Roger Sandell (both desperately missed) of Vallee's most recent book, Messengers of Deception:
Peter also delved into the haunted wing of his massive library, to come out with a curious UFO-like abduction case from the 1940s. Beware the Motor-Zobop!
Doyen of American ufologists Allen Greenfield looked back over his own life in ufology in 'Confessions of a Ufologist', and asks "What are to we make of a belief system that spread from obscure events in World War Two all the way to Close Encounters?"http://mufobmagazine.blogspot.com/2014/03/confessions.html
Back in the UK, journalist Dirk van der Werff investigated a UFO contact case in Newcastle upon Tyne, where the UFOs seemed to appear by appointment: