About Chase Kloetzke
Chase earned her Master Trainer, Master Instructor title while employed with the Department of Defense. Armed with a Bio-mechanical Engineer accreditation, she was responsible for designing specialized programs and the supervision of complete success regarding Force Readiness, unique mission responsibilities and Elite Force Protection. This was achieved by understanding the goals and requirements placed on physical and mental strength assignments that are demanded and expected for today’s Active Duty members and civilian anti-terrorist units. This includes assignments with Homeland Security and Private Sector Security Forces.
Schooled and certified as a Private Investigator, Chase consistently demonstrates the knowledge, technical requirements, legal parameters and the commitment to evidence based investigations using the latest technologies and methodologies deployed by professional Law Enforcement Officials in a modern and forward moving scientific environment.
She joined the Mutual UFO Network in 1996 and was selected as The Star Team Manager and Deputy Director of Investigations through 2011. She was responsible for the program design, protocols and investigation procedures for a national rapid response unit. This included supervision of the most experienced investigators and access to the most sensitive and complex cases reported to MUFON.
In 2015 she accepted the position of Deputy Director of Investigations and Special Case Manager leading a team of high performance and highly skilled investigators to special assignments in MUFON.
Additional MUFON responsibilities include:
- Star Team CAG International Member
- Assistant National Director for Mexico
- Communications Department
- Witness Media Producer
Chase is an Author of two popular books; “Admissible” The Field Investigators Manual with Richard Dolan & the first of its kind Children’s book, “Are Aliens Really Real?”. Both can be found on Amazon.com.
As a recurring guest in the media and a Presenter, she is well-known for her “Boots on the Ground” dedication to solving mysteries, one case at a time and lively interview exchanges.
About Kerry McClure
Kerry McClure has always been interested in problem solving and the mysteries of the unknown. Before becoming an investigator, she received a degree in Industrial Design from The Ohio State University and spent the next several years designing for an international architectural firm and top retailers in addition to teaching at both the undergrad and high school levels.
Then life happened and she was blessed with a family that has become her main focus for the last several years. During this time, one may have thought that coming down with a mysterious, debilitating chronic illness was a curse, but in her case, it was a blessing. Enduring several surgeries, including brain surgery, forces one to really think about life and what we really are here to do with our time on this rock hurtling through the universe.
“We are still babies in our understanding of how everything works in our universe. How can anyone claim they completely know for sure about anything in its entirety? There are so many things yet to be discovered in this life and it’s an endless mystery. I love that.” -Kerry McClure
She used her ample “down time” to research everything she could get her hands on to try to discover the real truth of everything – from alternative health, theoretical physics, mathematics, archeology, conspiracy theories, cryptozoology, history, anthropology, mysteries, and especially the paranormal. Malcolm Gladwell might even qualify her as achieving mastery in studying “weird stuff” – as her family refers to it – because she has logged in over 10,000 hours of study. After her daughter had an unusual UFO experience, the universe outside of our world became a new frontier for truth-seeking. She is a current member of MUFON.
Not one to automatically discount or believe blindly in anything, she feels that all phenomena can be investigated thoroughly, and repeatably by trained professionals with the science and tools we have available, but also, that research into developing new technologies to better prove or disprove the things scientists are afraid to talk about should be of utmost importance. Only with the methods and tools to measure, quantify, and qualify phenomena can we move some of these topics from the fringe category to the mainstream science column. In the mean time, she is keeping her eyes and mind open and very excited to join Chase Kloetzke on The Field Reports!