Stanton Friedman cause of death: Stanton Friedman death happened while he was on his way home to Fredericton from a speaking engagement in Ohio.
According to his daughter, Melissa Friedman, the famed UFO researcher died suddenly at the Toronto Pearson International Airport on Monday night, May 13th, 2019.
Stanton Friedman cause of death:
Friedman was returning from a speaking engagement in Columbus, Ohio, when he died. He was 84 year old. A cause of death has not ben officially announced.
Stanton T. Friedman, a nuclear physicist by training, lecturer and world-renowned devotee of extraterrestrial existence, devoted his life to researching and investigating UFOs since the late 1960s.
Friedman built a reputation as a leading authority on unidentified flying objects, alien abductions and the so-called Roswell incident, considered by many to be the definitive UFO event.
He was credited with bringing the 1947 Roswell Incident — the famous incident that gave rise to theories about UFOs and a U.S. military coverup — back into the mainstream conversation.
He began lecturing about UFOs in 1967 but said he had never actually seen one himself.
Friedman said his belief was founded in data he uncovered over the years about UFOs, which he said was buried in U.S. government documents.
His daughter, Melissa Friedman, who works for CBC News said her dad Friedman “officially” retired last year but still booked speaking engagements “because he loved talking about UFOs.”
“Dad was curious about anything he didn’t know about. He was always asking questions about how things worked.
Friedman was born in New Jersey and had dual citizenship. Before his death, he lived in Fredericton with his wife of 44 years, Marilyn, mother to Melissa Friedman.
Friedman also had three children from a previous marriage.
His funeral arrangements have not yet been made.
May his soul rest in perfect peace.
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