Brother R.F.K.

Kennedy, Robert F.
Friend of the Martians

This letters -- ostensibly proving R.F.K.

was a card-carrying member of Gabriel Green's Amalgamated Flying Saucers Association

 -- was allegedly written just a few months before his assassination.




Letters written by Robert Kennedy on the UFO subject

from PresidentialUFO Website


The United States Senate
Washington D.C.

September 10, 1966

Dear Mrs. Epple,

Thank you for your thoughtful letter on "unidentified flying objects".

Many reputable scientists also believe that there must be other beings in the universe. Dr. Harlow Shapley, for one, has stated that there is a high probability that there is other life in the universe. To believe that there is other life in the universe is not, however, to believe that "UFO's" are manned vehicles. One explanation of this phenomenon, in addition to those you mentioned, connects the lights that are seen with the gaseous tails of comets. A careful analysis of sighting to date has not given us any indication that "UFO's" are manned.

I appreciate hearing from you on this matter and look forward to hearing from you again.



Robert F. Kennedy





United States Senate

Washington D.C.


May 9, 1968

Mr. Gray Barker

Publisher, Saucer News



"As you may know, I am a card carrying member of the Amalgamated Flying Saucers Association. Therefore, like many other people in our country I am interested in the phenomenon of flying saucers.


It is a fascinating subject that has initiated both scientific fiction fantasies and serious scientific research.


I watch with great interest all reports of unidentified flying objects, and I hope that some day we will know more about this intriguing subject.


Dr. Harlow Shapley, the prominent astronomer, has stated that there is a probability that there is other life in the universe.


I favor more research regarding this matter, and I hope that once and for all we can determine the true facts about flying saucers. Your magazine can stimulate much of the investigation and inquiry into this phenomenon through the publication of news and discussion of material. This can be of great help in paving the way to a knowledge of one of the fascinating subjects of our contemporary world."




Robert F. Kennedy