Thursday, February 10, 2011

TONIGHT | Present and Past MUFON International Directors Featured on The Joiner Report

TONIGHT Present and Past MUFON International Directors Featured on The Joiner Report

By Sherry Boardman
The Joiner Report

Sherry Boardman     Frank Warren of UFO Chronicles will once again be welcomed as co-host of The Joiner Report. Angelia and Frank will be speaking with the current Mutual UFO Network’s (MUFON) International Director Clifford Clift and former International Director James Carrion in separate interviews.

MUFON’s Mission Statement: “The analytical and scientific investigation of the UFO phenomenon for the benefit of humanity.”

Colorado businessman Clifford Clift began leading MUFON in early 2010.

Clift took the helm as MUFON’s fourth International Director following in the footsteps of Walt Andrus, John Schuessler, and James Carrion.

He has been a member of MUFON since 1995 and a member of MUFON International Board of Directors since 2000. Clift is a MUFON Trained and Certified Field Investigator and has been involved with all aspects of Symposiums since 2004.

Clift led a team in the creation of Symposium Guidelines available for all states. He also developed the “Life Time” membership program for MUFON and has assisted the Board in development of a strategic business plan.

The director is a trainer of field investigators in Northern Colorado, and he also started the Northern Colorado MUFON Chapter, which currently hosts 25 members. Clift was the 2010 MUFON Symposium Coordinator. (

Clift has a strong background in business having been in the real estate industry for 35 years and is president of the Greeley Irrigation Company. Currently, he and his wife Sally run a personal business in Greeley, Colorado.

James Carrion began his lifelong interest with the UFO phenomenon at the age of 11 when he started his own UFO news clipping collection. As a young boy, James lived in Puerto Rico at a time when the island was a hotbed of UFO activity and he later researched the Chupacabras and Laguna Cartagena sightings. James served for four years as a U.S. Army Russian Linguist in the Military Intelligence Corps and became fascinated with the story of the Gulf Breeze six, a group of young Military Intelligence soldiers that went AWOL from their base in Augsburg, Germany to search for UFOs in Gulf Breeze.

Upon moving to Colorado in 1996, Carrion joined MUFON and worked as the state section director for both North Eastern and North Western Colorado. Carrion proposed and implemented MUFON’s Pandora Project, the electronic archiving of all MUFON’s UFO case files and served on the MUFON International Business Board for three years before being elected as the MUFON International Director in 2006. He holds a Bachelors of Arts in Russian Language and a Masters of Arts in International Affairs, both from Florida State University and is also the CEO of a national computer training company. Carrion is widely recognized as a computer expert. More information can be found on his blog at here.

The two-hour pre-recorded show will air Thursday, Feb. 10, 7:30-9:30 CT, 8:30-10:30 ET, at

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