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Timothy Good

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Timothy Good is a British UFO nut (or "UFO authority", according to his website). Since his book Above Top Secret: The Worldwide UFO Cover-up was published in 1987, he's been producing a stream of UFO-centred conspiracy theories.

In early 2012, he managed to get the attention of the Daily Mail and other tabloid media with his claims that US President Eisenhower met with aliens in 1954.

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