Spain, the Caribbean and South America have provided the study of ufology and the paranormal with some of the greatest minds and the most outstanding cases. It took researchers of the stature of Brazil's Olavo Fontes, Spain's Antonio Ribera and Mexico's Pedro Ferriz, to unravel the intricacies of the Villas Boas, UMMO and Tequesquitengo Cases respectively.

The same questing spirit and desire to explore the unknown has been passed on to a new crop of researchers: in the pages of INEXPLICATA you will meet Manuel Carballal and the "third generation" of Spain's ufologists; Dr. Rafael Lara Palmeros, world-renown cryptozoologist and director of CEFP; Puerto Rico's Willie Durand Urbina and Lucy Guzman; Argentina's Carlos Iurchuk and the brightest lights in Peninsular and Latin American paranormal research.