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Something Drawn - Project Blue Book. Roswell 1947 by Alex Ronald

Project Blue Book. Roswell 1947 by Alex Ronald - SDk02

Issue Credits

Additional info:

“Project Blue Book. Roswell 1947: Did Aliens Visit Earth?”, by Alex Ronald, was first published in Dangerous Ink magazine no. 1 (Autumn 2007). Alex is a Glasgow-based Scottish artist who prefers, as he told us, “to keep in the background”. Alex kindly gave permission to reproduce his work in SomethingDark; he modified some of the artwork especially for SDk02. Basic information about Alex can be found on his blogs, Alex, and Never Finished Only Abandoned.

Contributors: Alan Daniels Chris Cook Daryl Champion Eugène Satyrisci Geof Banyard Jenny Boot Kedamono Marilyn Jaye Lewis Viona Ielegems
Resources: Bureau of Investigative Journalism Campaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom (CPBF) Steve Keen’s Debtwatch