Visit the Quest for the Invisibles You Tube channel, where you can watch a selection of videos featuring infrared and ultraviolet footage showing various invisible life-forms, captured at my research area near Oxford. Take a look at the Hidden Reality series of videos, featuring bizarre life-forms such as the "Spinning Jennys" and the "Plasmatic Gliders," as well as a whole host of other strange objects, all captured using readily available equipment. You can also listen to extracts taken from BBC Radio One's Malcolm Boyden show, where Nik Hayes discusses his work with Quest for the Invisibles, along with the work of infrared UFO pioneer Trevor James Constable, and the reality of invisible biological UFOs in the skies over Oxfordshire.
From the fall of 1974 to 1980, a strange series of events took place in Florida, USA, in the village of Palm Springs. After experiencing some minor acts of vandalism, Gregory Harold installed a Kodak Super 8 security camera in his back garden, hoping to identify the culprits responsible, and bring it to an end. Upon reviewing the footage he discovered numerous strange images, including small helmeted beings, alien-like creatures as well as moving balls of light. Intrigued by this, Greg continued filming for another six years, and his subsequent books The Alien Connection and Gods of Religions feature many of these amazing images, along with a detailed analysis of each photograph. The DVD Harold's Mystery also covers the whole story including original film clips, again providing evidence of a hidden reality existing all around us. The books and DVD are available from Amazon, or can be ordered from any good book retailer.
MaxMax are an optical company based in the USA who specialise in infrared and ultraviolet products. They have been modifying cameras since 1997 and offer many different services including infrared, ultraviolet and full spectrum (IR + Visible + UV) camera and camcorder conversions. They also have a large range of infrared and ultraviolet pass filters available in many different sizes, designed to fit most cameras and camcorders. The MaxMax website is packed full of information covering every aspect of infrared and ultraviolet photography, and is very easy to navigate.
Infraredcameraconversions.co.uk are a friendly camera conversion company based in the Isle of White, UK, who offer a variety of camera conversions, including infrared and full spectrum. As well as converting several different models of camera, they also have a range of ready converted cameras for sale. The website is easy to navigate, and full of relevant and useful information, as well as having a photo gallery showing various images captured using converted cameras.
Thanks to the following: Paul Tice at The Book Tree, Dan Llewellyn at MaxMax.com, Ellie James, Gregory Harold, Karon Annels, Ellis Taylor, Ben Emlyn-Jones (HPANWO), Neil Geddis-Ward, Andy Chaplin, Dave Gilham (CUFORG), and everybody else who has helped, encouraged, promoted and supported my work over the last few years.
All IR and UV website footage - copyright 2016 Nik Hayes/Quest for the Invisibles, except "UFO Shower" photograph which is taken from They Live in The Sky and is copyright 1958 Trevor James Constable.
All website IR/UV transmission graphs - copyright MaxMax.com.
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