Chase Kloetzke

UFO Research

"Admissible"

The first Field Manual addressing the "core" of investigation tactics and case management for the most conclusive files and results for the modern and professional investigator of unknown phenomenon.

"Chase Kloetzke has given the field something it has long needed; a concise, practical manual useful to both novice and veteran explorers of the strange.

Written in an engaging style, Chase covers all aspects of an investigation from field work and evidence collection to case file management. If you're interested in going beyond armchair research and want to actually investigate mysterious events, this book is essential."

David Weatherly, author of Strange Intruders


"Few researchers in the field are able to provide the drive, intelligence, resolve and the right attitude to efforts aimed at solving the problems we face as researchers of unexplained phenomenon. Chase Kloetzke brings each of these elements to the table, and more. She paired these qualities with a practical sensibility and an aptitude for outsourcing knowledge from the fields of forensics, the sciences, and a host of other areas that are necessary, and often overlooked by people who express interest in unusual phenomenon. This book will no doubt present new guidelines for future researchers who wish to explore the less-understood facets of our world, as well as those of the old guard who wish to refine their approach. And in doing so, Kloetzke has firmly planted herself among the very best of modern seekers of the unexplained."

Micah Hanks, author of The Ghost Rockets

"When it comes to investigating matters of a Ufological, cryptozoological, or paranormal nature, there are two important factors to keep in mind; (a) be prepared and (b) have a professional approach. In her new book Admissible, Chase Kloetzke shows you how to achieve both-and much more too."

Nick Redfern, author of The Real Men In Black

"Chase has undertaken a very difficult task in order to try and produce a useful investigation tool for would-be investigators but having read 'Admissible' I would have to congratulate her on an outstanding effort. Whilst I would always personally seek personal tuition running in tandem with the book, as a stand-alone guide it is very thorough. As a police detective of many years service in the UK the book touches on many areas of my training and experience which shows the determination she's had to produce a thorough guide. Recovery of evidence in the form of exhibits and the use of correct chain of evidence handling procedures is one such area that is covered in detail. This process is absolutely necessary if an exhibit is to be taken seriously at a later date especially if we are referring to forensic issues. Thoroughness at the point of exhibit recovery can make or break your case so it is vital that it be done properly. As a specialist advanced interviewer of witnesses and suspects Chase has also covered the basic interviewing process in detail. Again all essential information for anyone wanting to become an investigator. Guard against pre-conceived bias before you meet the witness, treat each case, person on its/their merit and remember that the witnesses' recall may not be in the order you want i.e. chronological but remember if they want to start with something that is vitally important to them then it is probably because it is important. That's why you should always take rough notes first, which allows for insertions etc. In closing an outstanding guide and I would recommend it to anyone who want's to get involved in what I think is the most exciting field in the world! Good luck." Gary Heseltine, former police detective, 24 years service and founder and editor of UFO Truth Magazine(www.ufotruthmagazine.co.uk)."Chase has undertaken a very difficult task in order to try and produce a useful investigation tool for would-be investigators but having read 'Admissible' I would have to congratulate her on an outstanding effort. Whilst I would always personally seek personal tuition running in tandem with the book, as a stand-alone guide it is very thorough. As a police detective of many years service in the UK the book touches on many areas of my training and experience which shows the determination she's had to produce a thorough guide. Recovery of evidence in the form of exhibits and the use of correct chain of evidence handling procedures is one such area that is covered in detail. This process is absolutely necessary if an exhibit is to be taken seriously at a later date especially if we are referring to forensic issues. Thoroughness at the point of exhibit recovery can make or break your case so it is vital that it be done properly. As a specialist advanced interviewer of witnesses and suspects Chase has also covered the basic interviewing process in detail. Again all essential information for anyone wanting to become an investigator. Guard against pre-conceived bias before you meet the witness, treat each case, person on its/their merit and remember that the witnesses' recall may not be in the order you want i.e. chronological but remember if they want to start with something that is vitally important to them then it is probably because it is important. That's why you should always take rough notes first, which allows for insertions etc. In closing an outstanding guide and I would recommend it to anyone who want's to get involved in what I think is the most exciting field in the world! Good luck.


" Gary Heseltine, former police detective, 24 years service and founder and editor of UFO Truth Magazine(www.ufotruthmagazine.co.uk)."



"Are Aliens Really Real?"

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The first of it's kind Children's book.
As Aliens and UFOs are very popular in the children's market, we see them everywhere from cartoons to video games.
What do you answer when asked this very question by our little ones? 

This book is a very simple story of questions and the simple answers that kids "get". The illustrations boldly insinuate; just because YOU didn't see one, doesn't mean they don't exist. Of course this book does not answer this question, but instead, promotes the simple advice to discover these answers for yourself!

This has been a well received companion for the investigators that have cases involving children as an aid to help them realize, they are not alone and others have the same questions.

"I am the State Director of Texas for the Mutual UFO Network and we as an organization are looking for new ways to bring, to the public, an educational platform for not only the identification of aerial phenomenon but also for the possibility that life might exist on other planets. One of the basic platforms is to educate the children. The last decade of Movies has shown many versions of "Aliens" which has caused the children to ask basic questions. This book will address those questions."

Steve Hudgeons
MUFON Director of Investigations


The cutest book!
By Amazon Customer on October 3, 2013
Verified Purchase
This book is so cute! I love the questions and answers. My 6-year old really loved it - his only complaint was that it was too short! It really got some good, fun conversation going between us, too. I hope she writes more :)