One of the 1970s' most prominent UFO investigators Jennie (nee Gluck) Zeidman was 88.
Zeidman, Jennie “The Lumberton Report” 1976, CUFOS, Evanston, Illinois. Ringbound A4, 59 pages, ill. UFO activity in southern North Carolina April 3-9, 1975.
Zeidman, Jennie “A Helicopter-UFO Encounter over Ohio.” 1979, CUFOS, Evanston, Illinois. Ringbound A4.
The [helicopter] crew won the National Enquirer Blue Ribbon Scientific Panel’s $5000 award for “the most scientific and valuable report of 1973.”
And not long afterwards Aviation Week & Space Technology editor Philip Klass (who declares flatly that he never found a UFO case he couldn’t solve) announced that his “rigorous investigation” of the case had determined that the object was merely “a fireball of the Orionid meteor shower.”
Jennie R. Zeidman, age 88, passed away on April 8, 2020. Preceded in death by her husband, Gordon “Bud” Zeidman; daughter, Deborah Zeidman; brother, Samuel Gluck and parents, Arthur and Flora Gluck. She is survived by her son, Barry Zeidman (Tamara Rehmar); granddaughter, Dyan (Halen) Johnson; several nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Graveside services will be held on Monday, April 13th at New Tifereth Israel Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions in her memory may be made to Congregation Tifereth Israel in her memory."
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Story, Ronald in “The Encyclopedia of Extraterrestrial Encounters” (2001) (edited by Ronald Story) (available on Amazon USA and on Amazon UK) at page 672 (in an entry entitled “Zeidman, Jennie R”) of the New American Library softcover edition, at page 658 of the pdf edition (with the same page numbering in the Microsoft Word edition).