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Scott Corrales

Special Guest


Scott Corrales became interested in the UFO phenomenon as a result of the heavy UFO activity while he lived in both Mexico and Puerto Rico. He was also influenced by Mexican ufologists, Pedro Ferriz and Salvador Freixedo, a former Jesuit priest who advocated a paranormal, interdimensional interpretation of the phenomenon. In 1990, Scott began translating the works of Freixedo into English, making the literature and research of experts and journalists available to English-reading audiences everywhere. This led to the creation of the SAMIZDAT journal in 1993 and his collaboration with Mexico's CEFP group, Puerto Rico's PRRG, and the foremost researchers of Spain's so-called third generation of UFO researchers.

In 1995, Corrales documented the manifestations of the entity popularly known as the Chupacabras in three works: The Chupacabras Diaries , Nemesis: The Chupacabras at Large , and Chupacabras and Other Mysteries . In 1998, the SAMIZDAT bulletin was replaced by the Inexplicata: The Journal of Hispanic Ufology, as the official publication of the nascent Institute of Hispanic Ufology. In addition, Scott has been a guest on numerous radio shows and his articles have been featured in several national publications.



Past Shows:

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time

Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 6/16/97 when author Scott Corrales discussed cases of the blood-sucking Chupacabras. ... More »

Host: Art Bell - Somewhere In Time

Chupacabras Tales

Writer and editor of the Inexplicata journal, Scott Corrales, shared cases and theories of the legendary chupacabras. ... More »

Host: George Noory