Igor Volke

Igor Volke (born 19 January 1950 in Jõgeva, Estonia) is an Estonian ufologist and researcher of environmental anomalies.[1][2][3][4]

In 1985 he founded the organization AKRAK for the purpose of collecting reports of anomalous environmental phenomena.[5][6]

Volke graduated from Tallinn School No. 21 in 1968, and Tallinn University of Technology in 1972. He worked in the Tallinn fire department from 1970–2000, and since 2000 works at the National Library of Estonia as an occupational safety specialist.[1] He is married and has three children.[1]
Works

Volke, Igor (1991). UFO-raamat. Perioodika. p. 95. ISBN 9785797904045.
Volke, Igor (1998). Ufopäevikud. BNS Kirjastus. p. 301. ISBN 9789985883099.[7]

The book Ufopäevikud (UFO Diaries) consists mostly of UFO reports from around the world, starting with the 1940s, with special sections at the end for reports from Estonia and Finland.
References

Leivak, Verni (13 July 2013). “Igor Volke ja avanev maailm” (in Estonian). Postimees.
Aotäht, Aivar (10 January 1996). “Tundmatud jõud loopisid korteris esemeid” (in Estonian). Postimees.
Bowman, Marion; Valk, Ulo (2014). Vernacular Religion in Everyday Life: Expressions of Belief. Routledge. ISBN 9781317543534.
“”Hallo, Kosmos!” 180: “Solarise needus” II osa: Saale Kareda, Igor Volke + Port, Olesk, Veskimees, Eelmaa” (in Estonian). Raadio 2/ERR. 6 June 2014.
Klaas, Eva (29 December 2006). “Igor Volke on näinud kolme ufot”. Virumaa Teataja.
“Folklorist ja ufoloog selgitavad, miks ufod jätkuvalt inimesi huvitavad” (in Estonian). Novaator/ERR. 28 January 2015.
“Volke üllitas”Ufopäevikud”” (in Estonian). Eesti Päevaleht. 9 July 1998.

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