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      Originally from: Edoardo Russo <e.russo@...>
      Original Subject: Italian UFO Newsflash No. 391
      Original Date: Fri, 02 May 2003 13:45:19 +0000

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      ITALIAN UFO NEWSFLASH

      ISSUE NO. 391 - 17 APRIL 2003

      by the Italian Center for UFO Studies
      (Centro Italiano Studi Ufologici, CISU)

      Contents:


      - First-Quarter 2003 Sightings in Italy
      - New Issue of European Journal


      FIRST-QUARTER 2003 SIGHTINGS IN ITALY

      The number of reports of sightings of UFO phenomena, occurring in Italy
      during the month of March and collected to date by the Internet working
      group for the caselog of the Italian Center for UFO Studies (CISU), has
      totaled 27.

      As a result, last month saw the number of gathered reports cut in half,
      with respect to the previous month, bringing in the month of March at its
      usual average and the first quarter at the same levels of preceding years
      (with the exception of 2002, which was "richer" by 50%): i.e. 177 cases.

      The quarter's reports were concentrated more than usual in the northern
      regions, which alone account for two-thirds of the total, with a further
      concentration in Lombardy, Veneto and Emilia, as opposed to Piedmont and
      Liguria.

      On the contrary, there was nothing anomalous about the type distribution:
      70% were nocturnal lights and 8% daytime objects. As of special
      characteristics, there occurred three cases involving effects on the
      surrounding environment; three featuring photographs; thirteen involving
      filmed sequences; and a good six objects observed as falling to Earth.

      The complete list of cases along with the update of tables for the last
      three years, the related statistical re-downloads and graphs are already
      available, as always, on the CISU Website.

      [Reports by Giorgio Abraini]


      NEW ISSUE OF EUROPEAN JOURNAL

      The eighth issue (and the first of its fourth year-in-print) has come out
      of the "European Journal of UFO and Abduction Studies" (EJUFOAS), published
      in Great Britain by Totton College, having as its mission statement to
      offer the European Continent of a shared tool for scientific ufology.

      The overview of this issue features six articles, penned by English,
      Spanish, Portuguese, Romanian and United States authors, who passed the
      filter of a referee board, rendering this publication unique: a critique on
      and a response to the investigation of a "close encounter of the third
      kind" in Romania; an analysis of the differences in aggressiveness between
      the drawings of aliens made by boys and girls; the worldwide project of the
      UFO photos cataloguing; the real official dossier on Roswell; and the
      presentation of the "academic, international network of multicultural
      research on apparitions" promoted by a Portuguese university.

      Each issue costs 5 Pounds Sterling, the subscription to two issues running
      at 10 Pounds Sterling. Discounts are available for members of the CISU and
      others affiliated associations.

      [Report by Craig Roberts; www.cisu.org/ejufoas.htm]


      Collaborators on this edition were:
      Giorgio Abraini and Craig Roberts.



      - - -

      This is the English translation of UFOTEL, a free
      phone/Internet information service on UFOs edited
      weekly by Edoardo Russo for the Italian Center for
      UFO Studies (Centro Italiano Studi Ufologici),
      available in Italian by calling +39-011-545294,
      or by e-mail subscription, or on CISU website
      at http://www.arpnet.it/ufo/ultime.htm

      UFOTEL is a supplement to "UFO - Rivista di
      informazione ufologica", published by the Italian
      Center for UFO Studies, registered at Tribunale
      di Torino, No. 3670, on 19 June 1986.
      Director: Giovanni Settimo.
      Publisher: Cooperativa UPIAR, Corso Vittorio
      Emanuele 108, 10121 Turin, Italy

      Translated from Italian to English by:
      Gary J. Presto,
      Freelance Italian>English Translator & Proofreader
      44 Bickford Ave., Apt. 2
      Revere, MA 02151
      USA

      Tel.: ++1.781.485.1683
      FAX: ++1.781.485.1684
      E-mail: gpresto@...
      Webpage: http://www.proz.com/translator/723



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      (c) 2003 by: CISU,
      Corso Vittorio Emanuele 108, 10121 Torino, Italia

      This newsletter (as a whole or in part) may be freely
      copied, photocopied, reproduced, stored, distributed
      and retrieved, at the only condition that Centro Italiano
      Studi Ufologici is reported as the source.

      You may get it directly via e-mail by subscribing
      (just send a blank message to:
      cisuflash-subscribe@yahoogroups.com)

      The CISU is a no-profit association whose aims are:
      - to promote the scientific study of UFO phenomena in Italy;
      - to help circulate information about UFO phenomena and studies;
      - to coordinate national activities of data collecting and studying.

      You may reach Centro Italiano Studi Ufologici:
      - by mail: CISU, Corso Vittorio Emanuele 108, 10121 Torino, Italia
      - by phone: +39 (011) 30.78.63 (24 hours UFO Hotline)
      - by fax: +39 (011) 54.50.33
      - by Internet e-mail: cisu@...
      - at the World Wide Web URL: http://www.cisu.org



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