JOHN SCHUESSLER has been involved in the United States manned space program since 1962 and a UFO researcher since 1965. He is a founding member of the Mutual UFO Network, Inc., is presently the Deputy Director for Administration, a consultant in Astronautics, and a member of the Board of Directors. As a staff member, he has written numerous articles for
Skylook and the MUFON UFO Journal and featured at MUFON symposia eight times. He administers the MUFON Medical Committee, composed of consultants with medical degrees.
He is currently a member of the DFO Research Coalition Board of Directors. He was a founding member and past President of the UFO Study Group of Greater St. Louis, Inc. He was also a founding member of the Houston-based Vehicle Internal Systems Investigative Team (VISIT). He is a member of the Center for UFO Studies (CUFOS) and the Houston UFO
John is employed in the aerospace industry and has been involved in the engineering side of most of the U.S. manned space programs, from Project Mercury to the International Space Station. His primary field of interest is the technology of the future. He holds a Master of Science degree in Studies of the Future, Technology Forecasting from Houston Clear Lake.
John has demonstrated a long-standing interest in advanced propulsion concepts, as indicated by the data in many UFO reports. He has approached his research in this area by examining the effects of UFO close encounters on human systems. In 1996, he cataloged his research in a book entitled UFO-Related Human Physiological Effects. He has appeared on numerous radio and television shows such as That’s Incredible, Good Morning America, Unsolved Mysteries, In Search Of, Sightings, and Strange Universe.