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P-47: UFOPOP.org 2nd Birthday!

From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <ufoupdates.nul>
Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2007 07:44:03 -0400
Fwd Date: Fri, 30 Mar 2007 07:44:03 -0400
Subject: P-47: UFOPOP.org 2nd Birthday!

From: Jim Klotz <fadedgiant.nul>
To: project-1947.nul
Date: Thu, 29 Mar 2007 12:11:00 -0700
Subject: UFOPOP.org 2nd Birthday!

UFOPOP Celebrates 2nd Birthday

On March 17, 2007, the website UFOPOP.org [Flying Saucers in
Popular Culture] celebrated its second birthday.

The purpose of UFOPOP is to preserve and display images of UFOs
and Flying Saucers presented in various aspects of our 'popular
culture' including comic books, magazine and book covers,
advertising and products, toys and games, and more.

Beginning with a thousand comic books, the site has grown to
over 5,400 images. The Merchandising Gallery, opened a year ago,
now has 1,600 ads, products, and promotional items which clearly
show the extent to which UFO/Flying Saucer and alien imagery
have permeated our culture. Plans for the site include a Toy
Gallery, which will soon be added, and this will be followed by
a Miscellaneous Gallery for those things which just donít fit

If you are interested in UFOs/Flying Saucers, popular culture,
enjoy spacecraft artwork, or just want to stroll down memory
lane, then you are invited to visit UFOPOP.org, the site that
has been written about in the International UFO Reporter and
Britain's Fortean Times Magazine.

Visitors are invited to return often as new items are constantly
being added. Emails are also welcome [through the link at the


PDF Notice here:


UFOPOP Creators: Jim Klotz & Les Treece-Sinclair

Proudly helping to preserve the history of the UFO phenomenon

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