Constance Lois Jessop
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|Constance Lois Jessop|
|Born||31 August 1905|
Eastbourne, Durham, England, U.K.
|Died||14 April 1996 (90)|
|Workplace(s)||Henry George School of Social Science of New York|
Constance Lois Jessop (August 31, 1905 - April 14, 1996) was an English-born actress turned school registrar who extensively travelled Europe and North Africa in the 1930s. Jessop was involved with the New York Saucer Information Bureau in the late 1950s to the early 1960s and corresponded with fellow saucerians during that time, and consequently became the source for certain publicised claims regarding unusual happenings, specifically the disappearance of school children, at the Hal Saflini (Ħal Saflieni) Hypogeum in Malta.
- Jessop, C. Lois (Mar. 1961), Crabb, Riley, ed., "Malta, Entrance to the Cavern World", Journal of Borderland Research (BSRF) 17 (2): 5-11, https://borderlandsciences.org/journal/vol/17/n02/Jessop_Malta_Cavern_World.html