Comments on FIGU Special Bulletin 57
Mister Wendelle Stevens is a man of reason (relied on reasoning in dealing with UFO matters) and also a man of luck (survived six plane crashes that were not considered survivable). He did his role as an independent researcher as good as he did his role as a military man. Despite inaccuracies and misinterpretations he made in his writings, he always looks for perfection and has no reluctance to make corrections. He lived his life as a thinker-fighter and inspired many Earth human life forms to be brave and diligent in thinking on and fighting for the truths.
May his spirit rest peacefully and reenter this material realm with glory and gallantry.
---- M -- 19:08, 8 February 2011 (UTC)
what an extrodinary life wendelle had.i can only imagine what his next life will be.flying ufos will no doubt be on his list of things to do.he seemed a lovable chap wholl no doubt be missed by those interested in the unknown.salome
--Spaceman 02:26, 9 February 2011 (UTC)
I credit Wendelle Stevens with forever changing the course that my life is taking and will be taking for a long while. If it wasn't for him, I certainly wouldn't be devoting so much of my time towards translating the Meier material, or rather any of my time for that matter, as I probably still wouldn't even know about the Meier case. This work fascinates me very much and I feel it gives me a direction in life, and I will forever be grateful to Wendelle for that.
By the way, as far as I know, I am in no way related to Wendelle, despite the same last name.
--βενιαμιν 13:31, 9 February 2011 (UTC)