Townsend Brown Notebooks Now Online

Back in the 1970s and 1980s a researcher and author  named Willam Moore  — best known as the co-author of such folk-lore as "The Roswell Incident" and "The Philadelphia Experiment" (there, I said it…), wrote a couple of articles about Townsend Brown.  Moore was also the last journalist to interview and photograph  Brown shortly before his death in 1985. 

Somehow, during that period, Moore obtained access to Brown’s personal laboratory notebooks, and, presumably, obtained permission to "published" three volumes of those journals.  Photo-copies of those journals have been in circulation ever since.

Now those those three notebooks — Voumes 1, 2, and 4 — are available in their entirety online.  They were transcribed and encoded by Rex Research, one of the web’s largest collections of " information about unconventional", suppressed, dormant, or emerging sciences, technologies, inventions, theories, therapies, and miscellaneous alternatives that offer real hope of liberating humanity" — a noble pursuit if ever there was one.

For reasons that are not clear, Rex Research is no longer hosting this valuable resource, but their pages have been transferred to the Qaulight Systems, LLC, which offers the most comprehensive collection of documents relating to Townsend Brown’s research on the Internet. 

Click here to access Volumes 1, 2, and 4 of Townsend Brown’s notebooks from Qualight LLC.

Visit the "Science" section our forums to discuss the contents of these notebooks.

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