KENNY YOUNGKenny Young, was born in 1966 and passed away on January 31, 2005. He was the webmaster of UFO Research: Cincinnati!, was a multi-award winning television producer, director and writer and a State Section Director for the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) and a public relations director of Tri-State Advocates for Scientific Knowledge (TASK). He was an independent UFO researcher and often lectured to large audiences about the UFO mystery. He served as a host, panelist and debater on several Northern Kentucky / Cincinnati based TV programs including "UFO Update: LIVE!" and the award winning documentary "UFO REPORT". He and his cases were featured on "UFOs: The Field Guide" (Sci-Fi 2003), "Confirmation: The Hard Evidence of Aliens Among Us?" (NBC 1999), and "Sightings". In addition to evaluating UFO and related claims, conducting field investigations and interviewing eyewitnesses and public officials, Young worked successfully to obtain secret UFO video recordings held by the Department of Energy and has also obtained numerous 9-1-1 audio tapes of police UFO incidents. In addition, he employed the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) to petition the U.S. government for release of UFO-related documents. Kenny Young lived in Florence, Kentucky. He was also a musician and artist and he was employed as Infochannel Coordinator for a cable television operation in the Greater Cincinnati area. He is also a freelance videographer and editor, specializing in graphic design. Young remained skeptical and objective concerning UFOs, but felt "that a sober evaluation of the data suggests the phenomena warrants further scrutiny." Young studied under the direction of Leonard H. Stringfield in the early 1990s. In 1998 he and fellow ufologist Chris Coffrey interviewed Larry Rogers and Curt Robinson, the authors of "Ice Man Down", a still unpublished revelation on the Roswell UFO Incident. This interview provides the only published insights into the book.
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A sober evaluation of the data suggests the phenomena warrants further scrutiny.