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ComputerTech
2004-Nov-20, 09:47 AM
The guy I might consider the grandfather of UFO abduction cases was killed monday by a drunk driver. :cry:

I had no idea! He was no spring chicken, but when you look back at all of the work he did for those people it is truely a loss.

It seems: http://www.johnemackinstitute.org/ will continue on with helping other people who need it.

:( :(

Hamlet
2004-Nov-20, 10:02 PM
The guy I might consider the grandfather of UFO abduction cases was killed monday by a drunk driver. :cry:

I had no idea! He was no spring chicken, but when you look back at all of the work he did for those people it is truely a loss.

It seems: http://www.johnemackinstitute.org/ will continue on with helping other people who need it.

:( :(

Mack died on September 27, 2004.

Unfortunate that anyone dies because of irresponsible drivers.

sarongsong
2004-Nov-23, 06:48 AM
In snubbing professor John Mack's memorial, 'official Harvard' testifies to the power of his brilliant unconventionality (http://www.bostonphoenix.com/boston/news_features/other_stories/documents/04272184.asp)
"... in the mid '90s...Harvard Medical School convened a committee to review Dr. Mack's work, stacked it with his detractors, and tried to withdraw his tenure---something unprecedented in the university's 368-year history. The university ultimately retreated in defeat..."