Col. John B. Alexander Ph.D. (US Army retired) worked on international security for half a century including active duty, a second career at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) and beyond. A Special Forces combat commander, with the Intelligence Community he researched a range of phenomena including remote viewing and psychokinesis and for years headed an interagency group exploring UFOs.
After completing his doctorate under the legendary Elisabeth Kubler-Ross, M.D., he became the president of the International Assn. for Near-Death Studies (IANDS). At LANL, he created the concept of non-lethal defense for the military. Returning from Afghanistan, Dr. Alexander became a senior fellow at a DoD university. Throughout his career, he has focused on ways to integrate non-established, non-Western techniques into military planning. With NIDS, he was the first to spend the night at Skinwalker Ranch. The author of several books, Alexander continues his research into UAP, after-death communication and other paranormal events from his home in Las Vegas.