Gary Heseltine

Gary Heseltine bioGary Heseltine was born in 1960 in Scunthorpe, England. He served in the RAF Police from 1983 to 1989 before spending an almost 24-year career in the British Transport Police (1989-2013). He was a Home Office-trained Detective Constable for 18 years, working on all manner of enquiries including murder, manslaughter and rape, and was an advanced police interviewer of witnesses and suspects. Gary was involved in the London Bombings enquiry as a specialist interviewer of first responding police officers.

In January 2002 whilst still a serving police officer he launched an unofficial national database for police officers reporting UFO sightings in the UK. 

Following the sudden death of UFO Magazine Editor Graham Birdsall he launched the online e-zine called UFO which ran for 41 issues between 2004-2007. He then spent 12 months as the co-editor of UFO Data Magazine.

Having examined the best evidence, he concluded on a circumstantial evidence basis that some UFO sightings involve extraterrestrials who are interacting with planet Earth. UFO Truth e-zine was created especially for those people who share that view.

In 2010 Gary was presented with the PRG Disclosure Award in Washington, DC by Stephen Bassett. In 2012 he was given the Exopolitics Great Britain award.

In March 2013 Gary retired from the police to launch UFO Truth Magazine, a bimonthly e-zine featuring many of the world’s leading researchers.

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