Fuller, John G. (1913-1990)
The John G. Fuller collection consists of manuscripts and other material.
Manuscripts in the collection include The Money Changers (Dial, 1962); Games for Insomniacs, or: A Lifetime Supply of Insufferable Brain Twisters (Doubleday, 1966); Incident at Exeter: The Story of Unidentified Flying Objects Over America Today (Putnam, 1966); The Interrupted Journey: A Documented Medical History of a UFO Encounter (also called The Interrupted Journey: Two Lost Hours “Aboard a Flying Saucer”)(Dial, 1966); The Day of St. Anthony's Fire (Macmillan, 1968); The Great Soul Trial (also called The Great Ghost Trial of the Century)(Macmillan, 1969); Aliens in the Skies: The Scientific Rebuttal to the Condon Committee Report, edited by Fuller (Putnam, 1969); and Arigo: Surgeon of the Rusty Knife (Thomas Y. Crowell, 1974).
The material for The Interrupted Journey includes a portion of the manuscript checked and annotated by Dr. Benjamin Simon; interviews used in the book; expense records; short pieces based on research done for the book; and correspondence (1965-1966), including a letter from Betty and Barney Hill. The material for The Day of St. Anthony's Fire includes a draft with annotations by the Chief of New York City’s Poison Control Center; and a photograph. The material for The Great Soul Trial includes seven notebooks of handwritten research notes; and two letters from Fuller. Material for Games for Insomniacs includes correspondence and other material regarding Fuller’s “Trade Winds” column for Saturday Review (1963-1965). Material for Aliens in the Skies includes printed material and correspondence. Material for Incident at Exeter includes research material and reported sightings regarding UFOs; Air Force UFO statements, reports, and correspondence; transcribed interviews; and printed material.

Notable Figures
1. Fuller, John G. (John Grant), 1913-1990
Associated Subjects
1. Literary Collections Subject Guide