Karla Turner (1948 - 1996 Jan 10), a former college instructor who held a doctorate in Old English Studies from the University of North Texas, authored three books on the abduction phenomenon: Into the Fringe (1992), Taken (1994), and Masquerade of Angels (1994).
Karla Turner was a human rights activist based out of Roland, Arkansas, who had been researching and investigating alien abductions since 1988. She wrote books and gave speeches about UFO and alien abduction phenomena, in an effort to characterize alien behavior. She investigated claims where various contactees said that the aliens were friendly. Turner called into question how "friendly" these aliens were.
Karla Turner suspected the US military sometimes harassed abductees after they had been harassed by the aliens; but the Arkansas researcher did not reveal facts for fear of endangering friends. Turner had been surveilled for quite some time, and was threatened for her work. Not too long after, she was subject to a particularly virulent, fast-acting form of breast cancer that took her life Jan. 10, 1996. Her death is suspect of foul playpossibly by Men in Black, for her advancing investigations in exposing MKUltra.
In the early to mid 1990s, Turner vouched for UFO Newsclipping service, a monthly publication that reproduced North American newspaper reports of UFO and other related unexplained phenomena. The subscription service ended in August 2011 with the final 505th issue.
- Into the Fringe (1992)
- Taken: Inside the Alien-Human Abduction Agenda by Karla Turner (Apr 1994)
- Masquerade of Angels by Karla Turner (Dec 1994)
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Project Camelot, Karla Turner, by John Chambers, UFO Magazine
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Welcome to KarlaTurner.org
- ↑ The Event Chronicle, Dr. Karla Turner – Killed for Exposing MKUltra and Alien Abductions, May 24, 2016
- ↑ Encyclopedia of Occultism and Parapsychology (2011), UFO Newsclipping Service
- ↑ UFO Updates, UFO Newsclipping Service - An End Of An Era?