By Dr. Kevin KeoughDr. Kevin Keough interviews Dr. C. Scott Littleton about his study and research into and first hand experiences with UFO's.
A native Californian, C. Scott Littleton received his B.A., M.A.,and Ph.D from UCLA, and has taught anthropology at Occidental College in Los Angeles for many years. He was elected to Phi Beta Kappa at UCLA in 1957. In 1991 he received The Graham L. Sterling Memorial Award, given annually to a distinguished member of the Occidental College faculty . . ..
He is considered an expert in comparative mythology and folklore, as well as in traditional Japanese culture, having lived and taught in Tokyo on several occasions. Littleton is the author of 8-9 scholarly books . . ..
He has also researched the mythological dimensions of the UFO phenomenon, and his article "Divine Rebels, Alien Dissidents: Does the Mythology Surrounding Lucifer, Prometheus, and the Ancient Mesoamerican Deity QuÃ©tzalcoatl Reflect a Pro-Human Faction in the 'Alien Raj'?" has appeared in UFO Magazine. He has authored one science fiction novel. His latest book, 2500 Strand: Growing Up In Hermosa Beach, California, during World War II is scheduled for release within the next few weeks.