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Roundtown UFO Society PO Box 52  ~ Circleville, Ohio  43113 ~ (740)474-6773

Come visit us at one of our Roundtown UFO Society meetings on the 2nd Thursday of each month presently at the Circleville Public Library and start at 6:30 pm.  There is usually a sign indicating where the meeting is.

Home of America's First Classic Close Encounter
& Circleville - Roswell Connection


A WORD FROM OUR DIRECTOR

The Roundtown UFO Society is a non-profit organization that is seriously interested in collecting data on Unidentified Flying Objects.We are an outlet for people who want to know the latest information about UFOs and also for people who may have seen an unknown object and who wish to report it.  The witness can remain anonymous if he/she so desires.  We believe that there have been a lot of unreported UFO sightings over the past several years.  It is important to get the reports and to be able to analyze them.  We urge anybody who believes that they may have witnessed an unusual phenomenon to contact us at the above address or phone number or our email address, rufos@columbus.rr.com.

Some of our RUFOS members are affiliated with two nationwide UFO investigative groups; MUFON, the Mutual UFO Network, located in Morrison, Colorado; and CUFOS, the J. Allen Hynek Center for UFO Studies, located in Chicago, Illinois.  Also some members belong to a state organization, which is MUFON of Ohio.  These non-profit organizations have hundreds of members who hold professional degrees and who feel that UFOs deserve serious scientific study.

Co-operation is the key to helping solve this greatest mystery of our, or possibly all time.

After many years of investigating and researching UFOs I decided that more of the public should be
told about our results.  This is for the public that is interested in this subject.  I call this endeavor the
Public Awareness Program. I have accomplished this by giving talks at different organizations, writing
local newspaper articles, and now with our website.  We had a quarterly newsletter that lasted for
thirteen years. With our website, www.roundtownufosociety.com, our information can be available
much sooner and will help the society accomplish much more. We plan on putting the latest UFO
information on it, which also will include past UFO sightings.  History is very important to ufology.  
"We will try to stick to the facts, as we know them." 

Pete Hartinger
rufos@columbus.rr.com



“Until recently many of the witnesses have requested to remain anonymous.  Times have changed, because many are allowing their names to be used. They are realizing that many of the public believe or know the subject of UFOs is a reality.  Even now UFO witnesses from the past are willing to reveal their UFO sightings.  If the trend continues you will have many more people talking about their experiences.” - Pete Hartinger - See more


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