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Tyler A. Kokjohn, PhD, Articles

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Microbiologist Tyler A. Kokjohn, PhD, has published, and contributed to, several articles critiquing “alien abduction” research, including that of David M. Jacobs, PhD, of Temple University, recently retired, in Paratopia Magazine, and on the blogs JayVay, Paranormal Waypoint Blog, and The UFO Trail.

Kokjohn is a professor of microbiology at Midwestern University. His research interests include a range of subjects in microbiology, virology, and biochemistry. As a scientist, he collaborated on Project Core, a year-long scientific data gathering survey on “paranormal” experiences. Keep up with him through Project Core and his YouTube channel.

Paratopia Magazine

The first issue of Paratopia Magazine contains feature articles by Carol Rainey and Kokjohn on “alien abduction” research. The articles can be accessed here:


Paranormal Waypoint Blog

The UFO Trail