Albert K. Bender (born 1921) was an American citizen who served in the United
States Air Force during World War II. He was obsessed with the UFO ...
New Saucerian is delighted to present Albert K. Bender's "Space Review," a
collection of volumes from Bender's quarterly magazine of the same name.
An index of the multi-part CQ&C review of Albert K. Bender 'Flying Saucers and
the Three Men' (Saucerian Books, edited by Gray Barker) that ran in Vols.
Profile of Hall of Fame pitcher Chief Bender
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Men in Black encounters are genarlly said to have begun in 1953 with the case of
UFO Investigator Albert K. Bender. Bender was the founder of the International ...
(“They were not too friendly,” Albert K. Bender recalled his encounter with them,
... “Saucerian Books” imprint published a tell-all book by Bender himself, Flying ...
'In early September, 1953, Al Bender, one of the first pioneers of UFO research,
was visited at his home in Bridgeport, Connecticut, by three men dressed in ...
Apr 14, 2015 ... Albert Bender, author of the 1962 book, Flying Saucers and the Three Men, is
inextricably linked to the enigma of the Men in Black. For that ...
Men in black have been in UFO folklore since Albert Bender mysteriously shut
down his International Flying Saucer Bureau. Read about the men in black.