Loren Gross
Born, 1938. Loren Gross became interested in UFOs as a teenager when he was a member of the civilian Ground Observer Corps in the 195Os. After graduation from high school, he served four years in the U.S. Air Force as a radar operator with the Air Defense Command. In 1966 he received his B.A. degree in social science from the University of California at Chico and has since completed postgraduate work in physical science, history, and art. Loren Gross is retired from the General Motors Corporation and lives in Fremont, California.  He was one of the founding members of the Sign Historical Group, which focuses on the history of UFOs.  Within the UFO community he is known for his series of publications on UFO history, year by year, titled The Fifth Horseman of the Apocalypse, UFOs: A History. As member of the Nuclear Connection Project he produced two NCP papers listed below.

Richard Hall interview of Loren Gross for Journal of UFO History (2006)

Reports produced by Loren Gross
The UFO Wave of 1896 (1974)
The Mystery of the Ghost Rockets (1974)
Charles Fort, The Fortean Society, and Unidentified Flying Objects (1976)
His most well-known works are the UFOs: A History series of booklets.
NCP-01: Some early Patterns
NCP-92: The NEPA & UFOs