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Linda Moulton Howe born January 20, 1942, is an American investigative-journalist and documentary writer who is currently based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She has a Masters Degree in Communication from Stanford University.

In a career spanning over twenty years, Howe has traveled the world producing documentaries and television specials covering, environmental, scientific and medical issues.

Despite her background in environmental documentary making, Howe is more often identified with her work to research and document the paranormal, including UFOs, Alien abductions, and Cattle mutilation - which has earned her both praise and criticism from skeptics and believers alike.

Howe is best known for her 1980 documentary A Strange Harvest in which she investigates the topic of Cattle mutilation - for which she won regional Emmy Award - and for her environmental/paranormal website Earthfiles and the WebAward Association “Standard of Excellence” award in 2003. [1]

Since the early 1990s she has been a frequent contributor to shows such as Coast to Coast AM and Dreamland with Whitley Strieber.


  • Borrowed Faces
  • Poison in the Wind – Environmental
  • Sun Kissed Poison – Environmental
  • Fire In The Water – Environmental
  • A Radioactive Water – Environmental
  • A Prairie Dawn – Science and Technology
  • A Strange Harvest – Paranormal

Howe has also worked on three documentaries for UNICEF.


Television Production Credits[]

  • Supervising Producer and Original Concept Creator, UFO Report (Paramount Studios/Fox network)
  • Producer/host, Earth Mysteries: Alien Life Forms (WATL)
  • Director of International Programming, Earthbeat (WTBS)
  • Director of Special Projects (KMGH-TV)
  • The World of Chemistry (PBS)


  1. "Award for outstanding achievement in Website Development (2003)". The Web Marketing Association. 2003. Retrieved 2006-10-01.

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