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For the first time, world renown, British, ufologist investigator, Dr. Jessie Windthropp III, (aka, the Sherlock Holmes of the unexplained), discloses 10, never before told, bizarre, short stories on the UFO and E.T., genre. From the depths of his private vaults, Dr. Jessie Windthropp III presents his favourite and unbelievable, firsthand investigations to the public. Untold Mysteries from the Vaults, conveys an array of compelling, quirky characters, altogether combined with a 160, thought-provoking, colour, photo-illustrations. Such farfetched, off-the-wall stories as: "The Manchester Disc of WWI”, "The Spruce Strudel and The Little Gurken”, "Aliens Hire a Cleaning Lady”, "Channeling to the Zeltoids”, "Secrets from a Wooden Box”, "Guess Who’s Flying in for Dinner?” and, ”A Loggers Tale” just to name a few. Today, with more investigations of UFOs and hopefully the disclosure of UFO and E.T. documents, this book all but more enhances a satirical approach to this perpetuating genre.
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Born in 1953, Heilbronn, Germany, Béla Peter Pfundt arrived to Canada when he was two. His heritage is German, however, there's also a little Hungarian and Polish spillage added to the juicer. “I consider myself as a blender baby, concocted in a juicer spiked with a dash of Martian.” Today, he wears a variety of hats or carries a diverse range of artistic skills. Therefore he is difficult to categorize. Succinctly put – a multimedia artist with multi-faceted interests and passions. As he puts it, “I enjoy wearing many hats, but it’s unfortunate that I only have one head.” His hats: A producer; film maker; art director/graphic designer; animator; photographer; illustrator/cartoonist; actor/voice actor; a music composer; a teacher; and an inventor of board games. As a former television Graphic Designer/Art Director for over 25 years, he is still actively involved with his diverse palette of passions. Some of the stories in “Untold Mysteries from the Vaults”, are adapted from his first, low budget, mockumentary film: Visitors. (Visitors first aired on Space Channel in 2003 and was a first to parody the UFO/alien genre.) Currently, he’s created a unique, original, specialty course for college: Graphic Production in Broadcast/Film; he’s also preparing an app version of his comedy improv board game, Miscasting TM.; and, in early 2015, Béla completed a one-man-show, mockumentary, feature film entitled, “Clem Junebug–Ghost Detective”, which parodies the paranormal, reality shows.
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