Albert K. Bender

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Albert K. Bender
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Albert K. Bender, c. 1950s
Born 16 June 1921(1921-06-16)
Duryea, Pennsylvania
Died 29 March 2016 (94) [1]
Los Angeles, California
Affiliations International Flying Saucer Bureau (1952-1954)
Max Steiner Music Society
Known for Men in Black
Noted work(s) "Flying Saucers and the Three Men" (with Gray Barker)

Albert K. Bender (June 16, 1921 - March 29, 2016) was an American contactee, credited as the originator (or first widely-known victim) of the Men in Black, whom he reported were monstrous aliens in human disguise from a planet called Kazik in his book "Flying Saucers and The Three Men" (1962), co-authored with Gray Barker.

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  1. Obituary notice for Albert K. Bender, June 16, 1921 - March 29, 2016, resided in Los Angeles, CA: http://obituary.lafuneral.com/obituary/Albert-K.-Bender/Los-Angeles-CA/1603644 (accessed 14 April 2016)