Keith has produced many valuable catalogues, the latest being
a concise listing of all UAP (Unidentified Aerial Phenomena)
holdings currently documented by the Australian Government.
A Listing of Australian Government UAP Files As at 23 May, 2016:
Australian Government UAP Files Listing As at 23 May 2016
Keith also has his own website where you can keep up-to-date with
his latest research:
(Keith has decided to integrate future updates for certain categories
of events into his catalogue of "The More Interesting Australian UFO
Reports." Some of his older catalogues have been retired to
assist in this process.
A Catalogue Of Pre 24 June 1947 Australian Unidentified Aerial Phenomena,
version 3 has been updated and expanded with 19 new 1909 cases and additional
source notes and commentary:
A Catalogue Of Pre 24 June 1947 Australian
Unidentified Aerial Phenomena
Keith has produced a
collection of original news reports and correspondence regarding
the 1966 sighting of a UFO by over 200 school children and teachers
in the Melbourne suburb of Westall, in Victoria, Australia.
Text Source Materials for Westall High School
UFO incident, April 6, 1966
A Reference Catalogue Of UAP Reported From The Nullarbor Plain
Region Of Southern Australia
A Catalogue of UAP reports from Victoria, Bass Strait and Tasmania around the time of the Frederick Valentich disappearance on
21st October, 1978
A Catalogue Of The More Interesting
Australian UFO Reports
A Re-examination of the Zanthus Western Australia Aircraft Encounter of 22 August 1968
Listing Of Reports From Woomera, South Australia,
the experimental military test and rocket range.
A Catalogue of Australian Abduction Cases
A Catalogue of South Australian UFO Reports
A Catalogue of Australian Physical Trace Cases
These catalogues join Keith's other works:
A Draft Catalogue Of Reported UFO Cases Where Implants Are Mentioned
A Catalogue And Analysis Of Australian
'Angel Hair' Cases. This catalogue has been updated - February, 2002
- by veteran New Zealand researcher, Murray Bott.
Murray has supplied a listing of these types of cases for New Zealand from
the files of Harold Fulton, Civilian Saucer Investigations-New Zealand
(CSI-NZ), Hank Hinfelaar, and his own files.