Linda Moulton Howe


Linda Moulton Howe was born in Boise, Idaho, United States on January 20th, 1942 and is the Journalist. At the age of 82, Linda Moulton Howe biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 20, 1942
United States
Place of Birth
Boise, Idaho, United States
82 years old
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Essayist, Journalist
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University of Colorado (B.A. cum laude), 1965, Stanford University (M.A.), 1967
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Linda Moulton Howe Life

Linda Moulton Howe (born January 20, 1942) is an American investigative journalist and Regional Emmy award-winning documentary film maker best known for her work as a ufologist and advocate of a variety of conspiracy theories, including her investigation of cattle mutilations and conclusion that they are performed by extraterrestrials.

She is also noted for her speculations that the U.S. government is working with aliens.

Early life

She was born Linda Ann Moulton in Boise, Idaho. Howe entered the 1963 Miss Boise pageant for college scholarships and went on to win the 1963 Miss Idaho crown and scholarships, and participated in the Miss America 1964 pageant that year in Atlantic City. Howe received her 1965 B.A. cum laude in English Literature from the University of Colorado. In 1966, Howe was awarded the Stanley Baubaire Scholarship for her master's degree work at Stanford University, Palo Alto, California. She received her master's degree in communication from Stanford University in 1968, where she produced a documentary film for the Stanford Medical Center and her Master's Thesis, "A Picture Calculus," at the Stanford Linear Accelerator.

Personal life

Linda Moulton Howe's father was Chet Moulton, Idaho's Director of Aeronautics from 1946 to 1971 and recipient of multiple aviation honors.

She has a daughter.


Linda Moulton Howe Career


Howe's early career was based on environmental issues. Howe was Director of Special Projects at KMGH-TV, Channel 7, Denver, Colorado, from 1978 to 1983. Poison in the Wind and A Sun Kissed Poison, which compared smog pollution in Los Angeles and Denver, Fire In The Water about hydrogen as an alternative energy source to fossil fuels, and A Radioactive Water in a Denver suburb. Howe was on staff at WCVB-TV when the station received the Institutional Peabody Award for institutional excellence in 1975. Howe produced A Strange Harvest, a documentary that claimed that unusual wounds on cattle were caused by extraterrestrial beings who harvest body parts required for their survival or study, and the US government is complicit. In 1981, the documentary received a regional Emmy Award for Audio Achievement. Howe became known as a "staunch advocate" for these theories, beginning to investigate UFO conspiracy theories and speculate about possible links between cattle mutilations, UFOs, and suspected government plots, while also claiming that one or two alien intelligences are affecting this world. Despite Howe claimed she was shown classified papers after being taken into custody by a government agent, author John Greer wrote that there was no evidence for such allegations other than "the very ambiguous evidence provided by rotting cow carcasses."

One of the principal UFO investigators in the country," according to her, she is "the most respected UFO investigator in the world," although Howe has referred to herself as a television reporter and investigative reporter. Often of Howe's work include rumors about what she describes as "unexplained" phenomena, such as cattle mutilation, crop circles, UFO sightings, and alien abductions.

Howe has produced a variety of UFO-related programs, including a two-hour special Earth Mysteries: Alien Life Forms in association with WATL-Fox, Atlanta, was developed by Paramount Studios and the Fox network in Los Angeles and became the Sightings series on Fox in October 1991.

How she appeared on a panel at the National Press Club's annual UFO Disclosure conference in 2013, saying that "alien technology appears so advanced" that "space and time can be reduced by outer space travelers, allowing extraterrestrials to visit Earth."

Howe has suggested that some photos of crop circles show signs of a mystery energy phenomenon she describes as "visible light phenomena." In a 2002 article in Skeptical Inquirer magazine, Joe Nickell described Howe as a "credible journalist." Photographs Howe published ostensibly showing mysterious energy as "images from a camera's wrist strap capturing the flash, or circular artifacts caused by floating dust, as "the stock-in trade of ghost hunters."

Howe was a regular guest on Coast to Coast AM for 28 years, dating back to 2003 with George Noory and 1991 with Art Bell. She has dropped out of monthly appearances on the show in 2019. Howe has been interviewed for Larry King Live specials; Fox's Sightings and Strange Universe; and BBC's Sightings and Strange Universe; British Union Pictures, ITN, and BBC; The Other Side; BBC's The Other Side; The Evolution Channel special Evidence On Earth; The History Channel's Ancient Aliens;


Linda Moulton Howe Awards


  • For her early work focusing on environmental issues, she received Colorado's Florence Sabin Award for ÔÇťoutstanding contribution to public health" in 1982.
  • Howe's An Alien Harvest received a New Mexico-Arizona Southwest Book Award in 2015.

Cattle in America are now horrifically mutilated, and no one knows why, April 29, 2023
There's a long and turbulent history of mysterious, unsolved cattle killings, including udders, eyes, ears, sex organs, and tongues dating back to the 1800s in the United States and even earlier in history around the world. These strange killings have resurfaced in the news after the finding of a rash of cattle mutilations in east-central Texas. has searched for answers as officials search for answers, and even the extraterrestrial has found theories ranging from the mundane to the occult. The Madison County, Texas sheriff's office said last week they were looking into the situation of a cow that had her tongue removed from her body. The 6-year-old longhorn-cross cow was found dead on its side with a'straight, clean cut, with apparent precision,' removing the hide from the animal's mouth's exposed side, according to authorities. There were no signs of fight, and the grass around the cow was undisturbed,' it was reported.' In the area, there were no footprints or tire tracks,' according to the Madison County sheriff's office's Facebook. According to authorities, five other cows in nearby Robertson and Brazos counties, about an hour's drive north of Houston, were also partially skinned.