UFO Magazine (UK)
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UFO Magazine was a British magazine devoted to the subject of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) and extraterrestrial life. It was founded in 1981 by brothers Graham and Mark Birdsall of Leeds, Yorkshire. The magazine was one of the success stories of ufology, with an international reputation for quality and a peak circulation of 35,000.
Graham Birdsall died from a brain haemorrhage on September 19, 2003. He left behind his wife Christine, daughters Helen and Louise, granddaughter Katy, brother Mark and son-in-law Russel.  The editor's job was taken over for a few months by Graham's son-in-law Russel Callaghan, but UFO Magazine eventually ceased publication in March 2004.
- Townsend, Mark "UFO spies vanish into black hole", The Observer, March 14, 2004
- Herbert, Ian "UFO-spotters give up hunt for flying saucers", The Independent, 10 August 2005
- "Graham W. Birdsall - Editor UFO Magazine UK 1954 - 2003". Flying Saucer Review. Retrieved 1 March 2013.
- Jeeves, Paul "UFO hunters back in Leeds...", Yorkshire Evening Post
- Rendlesham Discussion :: View topic - New UFO Magazine - UFOdata.co.uk
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