From: The World's Greatest UFO Mysteries by Nigel Blundell & Roger Boar.
Published by Berkely Books.1989
Scientists who knew too much?
Suicide verdicts were recorded on two top US scientists who died after
studying UFO's, having decided that they were extraterrestrial spaceships
investigating life on Earth. Atmospheric physician Professor James McDonald,
of the University of Arizona , was found with a bullet in his head in 1971,
and astronomer Professor Robert Jessup was discovered in his gas filled car in
1959. A friend of Jessup claimed: "He knew too much, they wanted him out of
But fellow scientists felt both men had suffered depression after battling for
years against a brick wall of governmental UFO denials and evasions, and the