Ross Coulthart

Ross Coulthart is an Australian journalist and investigative reporter who is known for his work on Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP) and Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs). Coulthart was born on February 16, 1956, in New South Wales, Australia.

Coulthart received his education at the University of Queensland in Australia. He completed a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Political Science. After completing his education, Coulthart began working as a journalist for various Australian media outlets, including the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), the Nine Network, and the Sunday Telegraph.

Coulthart’s work on UAP and UFOs began in 2010 when he was approached by the Australian journalist and author Paul Dean. Dean had been researching the Australian government’s involvement in UAP sightings and wanted Coulthart’s help in investigating the topic further. Coulthart agreed, and the two began working together on what would eventually become a groundbreaking investigation into Australia’s secret UAP files.

Coulthart’s relationship to UAP and UFO: Since his initial involvement in investigating UAPs and UFOs, Coulthart has become a leading authority on the subject. He has written numerous articles and appeared on various television shows and podcasts to discuss his findings. Coulthart has interviewed many witnesses to UAP sightings, including military personnel, pilots, and civilians. He has also spoken with experts in the fields of science and technology to gain insight into the nature of these phenomena.

Coulthart has been a vocal advocate for increased government transparency regarding UAP sightings. He has argued that governments around the world need to take the issue seriously and provide more funding for research. Coulthart has also been critical of the media’s tendency to dismiss UAP sightings as hoaxes or hallucinations, arguing that there is too much evidence to ignore.

In 2019, Coulthart published a book titled “In Plain Sight: An Investigation into UFOs and Impossible Science.” In the book, Coulthart discusses some of the most compelling UAP sightings and examines the evidence for their existence. Coulthart argues that the evidence is too strong to ignore and that there is a need for greater scientific research into the subject.

Coulthart was a producer and reporter for the Australian version of the television show “60 Minutes” from 1987 to 2019. During his time on the show, Coulthart received numerous awards for his investigative journalism, including the prestigious Gold Walkley award.

Coulthart has been involved in a number of high-profile investigations throughout his career. In 2003, he helped expose the illegal trade in human organs in Asia. In 2013, he was part of a team of journalists that won a Walkley award for their coverage of the Australian bushfires.

Coulthart has authored several books throughout his career. In addition to “In Plain Sight,” he has also written “The Lost Diggers: The Forgotten Heroes of World War One” and “The Silent Men: Syria to Kokoda and on to Goma, the untold story of special forces.” Both of these books explore historical events and feature Coulthart’s trademark investigative journalism style.

The Sydney Morning Herald, for example, praised Coulthart’s “dogged persistence” and “dedication to the truth” in his investigation into the Australian government’s secret UAP files. The Herald also noted Coulthart’s willingness to challenge the official narrative and his commitment to uncovering the facts.