Authors Scott and Suzanne Ramsey were recently featured in the High Point Enterprise out of High Point, NC. Please find the article below.
Scott Ramsey is the foremost researcher into
the Aztec Incident, having worked on the story since 1987, discovering archives
and pursuing interviews throughout the U.S. Born in Pittsburgh, Pa., in 1957,
his entire career as been in the electrical industry. Specializing in magnetic
fields and electrical wire, he has worked for Fortune 500 companies, and
currently is vice president of sales and marketing for Express Wire Services in
Charlotte, N.C. He is married to Suzanne
Ramsey, whom he met in the Four Corners area while doing research. The Ramseys
reside on their farm, practicing permaculture and sustainable farming. After
the couple’s successful 2012 Aztec book, their research continues.
Suzanne (Ninos) Ramsey discovered the Aztec Incident
after her mother read Frank Scully's 1950 book Behind the Flying Saucers—the
first book about a landed saucer. The Ninos family lived in the Four Corners
area, and Suzanne owned a small business there, pursuing media writing and
hosting a radio show. She met and married Scott Ramsey after he appeared on her
show to discuss his research. Suzanne has traveled extensively, interviewing
and pursuing research at university and USAF archives. She is CEO of Carolina
Country Provisions, whose main product is Uncle Scott's All Natural Root Beer.
The Ramseys live in Mooresville, N.C., where their Aztec research continues.
More information can be found on their Facebook site.