Vicente-Juan Ballester Olmos

July 2, 1952
W/O Delbert C. Newhouse Film                                        
Tremonton, Utah USA

FOTOCAT is an in-progress project from the Anomaly Foundation, managed by Vicente-Juan Ballester Olmos, with the purpose to
 create a catalog of world-wide UFO photo events.

H.P. Robertson et al, Scientific Advisory Panel on UFOs, USAF, January
1953, in Jim and Coral Lorenzen, UFOs Over the Americas, Signet, 1968, pp
The APRO Bulletin, January 15, 1954, p 6; January-March 1956, p 17.
CRIFO Newsletter, September 3, 1954, pp 3-4.
Saucers, Autumn 1958, pp 3-4.
Donald Menzel & Lyle Boyd, The World of Flying Saucers, Doubleday, 1963,
pp 130-132.
Richard Hall (ed), The UFO Evidence, 1964, pp 15, 17, 88 and 112.
Edward J. Ruppelt, The TRUE Report on Flying Saucers, 1967.
Robert M.L. Baker in Symposium on UFOs, U.S. House of Representatives,
1968, pp 127 and 137-144. 
D.S. Gillmor (ed), Scientific Study of Unidentied Flying Objects, E.P.
Dutton, 1969, pp 418-426.
Carl Sagan and Thornton Page (eds), UFO´s- A Scientific Debate, Cornell,
1972, pp 13 and 17 (William K. Hartmann) and pp 198-201 (Robert M.L.
J. Allen Hynek, The Hynek UFO Report, Dell, 1977, pp 21 and 235-239.
International UFO Reporter, May 1978, p 6.
David C. Knight, UFOs. A Pictorial History from Antiquity to Present,
McGraw-Hill, 1979, p 51.
Kevin Randle in Ronald Story (ed), The Encyclopedia of UFOs, Doubleday,
1980, pp 364-366.
Jenny Randles, UFO Reality, Robert Hale, 1983, pp 196-199.
Loren Gross, UFOs: A History. 1954: January-May, 1990, pp 55-56, quoting
Blue Book files.
Peter Brookesmith, UFO: The Government Files, Brown, 1997, pp 64-65. Kevin
Randle, Scientific Ufology, Avon, 1999, pp 91-97.
Donald R. Burleson, The Golden Age of UFOs, Black Mesa, 2001, pp 55-59.
Journal of UFO History, May-June 2005, p 8. USAF.
Tim Printy
Larry Robinson.
NICAP, Casebook2 CD, The Utah/Newhouse Film (Francis Ridge).

We (the are developing FOTOCAT, a world-wide catalog of UFO and IFO photographic cases. Managed by Vicente-Juan Ballester Olmos and owned by Fundación Anomalía, a bilingual News report appears in the fotocat link above.