Dr Miloš Jesenský Ph.D. (born on May 23, 1973 in Čadca) is a Slovak researcher of anomalous phenomena, ufologist, writer and publicist. He studied at the University of Veterinary Medicine in Košice until 1995, then until 1999 he worked as an independent employee of the History Department at the East Slovakia Museum in Košice. From 1998, he was an independent researcher at the Faculty of History of the Slovak Academy of Sciences (SAV) in Bratislava. His doctoral thesis was entitled History of Alchemy in Slovakia, in the years 2001–2006 he worked in the Žilina Library as a bibliographic specialist, and then in the Office of Information and Foreign Contacts in the local government of the Žilina Region. Currently, he is the director of the Kysuce Museum in Čadca.
Dr Jesenský specializes in journalism in the field of history riddles, both in Slovakia and abroad. His literary output is extremely rich, he has written over 40 books, and his articles are published on websites and in magazines, also in Poland.
Robert Konstanty Leśniakiewicz (born 1956 in Szamotuły) - Polish writer, translator and publicist, ufologist and researcher of other phenomena from the so-called "borderline knowledge", also deals with environmental protection. A graduate of the High Military School in Wroclaw. Ret. Capt. of the Border Protection Forces - WOP (1975-1991) and Border Guard - SG RP (1991-1994), civil specialty - forestry. He currently lives in Jordanów.
From 1987, a member of the Space Contact Club and the Center for Research on Anomalous Phenomena in Krakow and a correspondent member of the Brazilian Centro Brasiliero de Pesquisas de Discos Voladores (since 2007), vice president of the Society of Jordanow Land Lovers, member of the Internet Club of Mushroom Lovers Darz Grzyb.
As part of his literary activity, he collaborated with the monthly magazines: "Granica" (1987-91), "Sphinx" (1989-91), "UFO" (1990-1998), "Eco World" (1994-2000), "Unknown World (from 1991) - for and co-edited (together with Bronisław Rzepecki) the quarterly 'Wizje Peripheral', 'Czas UFO' and 'Świat UFO' (1997-2000), for which he wrote hundreds various articles and translations from English, Russian, Czech, Slovak and Swedish. He also co-edits the regional quarterly 'Echo Jordanowa'. He collaborated with Andrzej Zalewski as part of the Ekoradio broadcast of Polish Radio 1. He collaborates and cooperates with Slovak writer and scientist Dr. Milos Jesensky PhD, who is co-author some books by him.