Richard Dolan, UFO Researcher
Richard Dolan was born in Brooklyn, New York on July 1, 1962. In 2020 he will be 58 years old.
Richard is a UFO researcher and Rochester, New York native who hosts a weekly radio show on KGRA. Richard is an author, having written many books you can find at Amazon or his printing press – Richard Dolan Press.
Richard is a very well-known researcher, and author, and is sometimes seen as the voice of reason when things get too ridiculous.
Education: Graduate degree at the University of Rochester.
Richard started out trying to resolve the question of whether UFOs were a concern to the US Government. Once satisfied, he delved into the subject and is currently involved in speculation about all sorts of UFO and Alien subjects.
Richard came up with the idea of a breakaway civilization. He believes there is a small group who, on their own, somehow manages the technology and manufacturing of space vehicles. This group is untouchable, having vast resources and contacts. They are enjoying the benefits of technology back-engineered from crashed alien vehicles, and are not sharing the technology.
He has a publishing company – Richard Dolan Press, which publishes his books and those of other authors.
On August 18th, 2020 Richard published a video where he talks about the state of UFO Disclosure and his idea that probably the government is going to slow it down dramatically or stop it by feigning ignorance. The incredible video is below.
Richard Dolan’s Books
- 2000. UFOs and the National Security State: Chronology of a Cover-up 1941-1973.
- 2009. UFOs and the National Security State: The Cover-Up Exposed, 1973-1991.
- 2010. A.D. After Disclosure: The People’s Guide to Life After Contact.
- 2014. UFOs for the 21st Century Mind: A Fresh Guide to an Ancient Mystery.
Richard was my ‘go to’ guy for his commentary on the state of the situation for years. Eventually, as all researchers do, he started entertaining ideas which were so far out there that I lost interest in him to some degree. His company published a book about the weirdness of owls. He interviewed the author, and the whole idea just threw me. I moved on to find someone else. Currently, my main resources are Grant Cameron, Eric Davis, Tom Delonge, Luis Elizondo, and Chris Mellon.
On an interview with Grant Cameron in the United Kingdom (here), Richard listed the top insiders he follows and gives the most credence.