Wendy Connors originally hailed from Iowa. Following High School she joined the United States Air Force. Completing her basic training at Lackland AFB her first duty assignment was at Stewart AFB in New York. In 1968 she was transferred to Mactan Island AFB, Philippines and worked as a Communications Supervisor and NCOIC of Administration. Honorably discharged an E-5 in the summer of 1969, Wendy returned to Iowa and completed her degrees at the University of Iowa and in 1980, moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico. Her accomplishments are many. She brought the history of Project SIGN and its members to the field, as well as the involvement and genius of Alfred C. Loedding. She has also brought many unknown documents to the field as well. She is a founding member of the SIGN Historical Group and holds one of the largest audio and photographic archives in the world dealing with crypto - aeronautics. Until her health deteriorated she continued to research the modern history of the unidentified flying object phenomenon and operated and maintained the Faded Discs Archive. (Fran Ridge)

Books written by Wendy Connors
"Anatomy of a Project An Illustrated History of Project SIGN"  
"Alfred C. Loedding and the Great Flying Saucer Wave of
1947," with Mike Hall

"Captain Edward J. Ruppelt: Summer of the Saucers - 1952,"
with Mike Hall

None located as of yet.