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Directory of information regarding Dr. Eugene Mallove, standard bearer of the Cold Fusion torch, among other viable free energy technologies, editor of Directory:Infinite Energy Magazine. Murdered shortly after his first grandchild was born.


Dr. Eugene Mallove was the President of the nonprofit New Energy Foundation, Inc. and held the position of Editor-in-Chief of Infinite Energy Magazine since 1995. Dr. Mallove held a Master of Science Degree and Bachelor of Science Degree in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering from MIT and a Science Doctorate in Environmental Health Sciences from Harvard University. Dr. Mallove had broad experience in high technology engineering companies including Hughes Research Laboratories, TASC (The Analytic Science Corporation), and MIT Lincoln Laboratory.

Since 1991 he worked as a consultant to U.S. corporations and investment firms doing and planning R & D in new energy. He taught science journalism at MIT and at Boston University, and he was Chief Science Writer at the MIT News Office when cold fusion erupted. Prior to that, he was a top science writer and broadcaster with the Voice of America in Washington, DC. He was also the author of three science books and wrote several science and technology articles for magazines and newspapers. (Coast to Coast)

Key Links - Gene's website

Dr. Eugene Mallove -- Remembering Cold Fusion's Slain Champion by PES.

Eugene Mallove's Open Letter to the World - Richard Hoagland received Gene Mallove's "Open Letter to the World" less than 24 hours before Dr. Mallove was brutally killed on May 14, 2004. Set goal for $500k/year for R&D into new energy technologies. TITLE: Universal Appeal for Support for New Energy Science and Technology.


Free Energy Blog:2014:03:31 - "Reading Mallove and Correa and others (William Lyne to an extent) put me "over the top" on total rejection of Einstein's 'relativity' THEORIES." (Free Energy Blog March 31, 2014)


Here is Part I of a video featuring the late Eugene Mallove in a 2-hour interview with George Noory on Coast to Coast AM, rebroadcast in his honor a few days after he was murdered. In this excellent video series, user Birdland11 adds photos and video footage from the work of Dr. Mallove.


(YouTube Birdland11 Feb. 14, 2010) 

Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4 | Part 5 | [ Part 6 | Part 7 | Part 8 | Part 9 | Part 10 | Part 11 | Part 12

Ongoing Murder Investigation

Directory:Cold Fusion > Directory:Eugene Mallove > Police have 3rd suspect in Eugene Mallove killing - The New London County State’s Attorney’s Office has signed a warrant charging a former Taftville man, Mozzelle Brown, as the third person responsible in the 2004 slaying of Eugene Mallove. Defendant Schaffer alleges that It was Brown who started the fight with Mallove, hitting him and kicking him. (Norwich Bulletin May 20, 2011)

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Latest: Directory:Cold Fusion > Directory:Eugene Mallove > Eugene Mallove murderers were former renters gone irate - More than 6 years later, we now finally learn that two of the revered Cold Fusion scientists accused murderers had lived with the boyfriend's parents at the Mallove rental home. After being evicted, a phone call from the upset mother who had been told their stuff was being thrown in a dumpster, sent the boyfriend to the scene where the murder resulted. (PESN May 26, 2010) (Comment)

News:2010:Arrests Announced Six Years After Mallove Murder - April 1, 2010 announcement of arrests.

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Latest: Directory:Cold Fusion > Directory:Eugene Mallove > News:2010:Arrests Announced Six Years After Mallove Murder > Two arrested six years after Mallove murder - Two suspects were arrested Thursday and more arrests are expected in the long drawn out case of the murder of cold fusion physicist and Free Energy science pillar, Dr. Eugene Mallove, formerly with MIT, most famous for his advocacy of Low Energy Nuclear Reactions. (PESN April 2, 2010) (See video montage featuring Mallove.) (Comment)

Reward Offered for Tips About Scientist’s Slaying - Mallove’s family and police made a public plea for help in solving the nearly 5-year-old murder case. Mallove’s wife, Joanne Mallove, and son, Ethan Mallove attended. Instructions to text a tip are on the American Association of State Troopers Web site. (MSNBC Feb. 25, 2009)

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REWARD OFFERED IN MALLOVE KILLING - Police announced they are offering a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the 2004 killing of physicist Eugene Mallove in Norwich. Some credible information has been uncovered by investigators, police said, but they need more information to move the case forward. The governor's office authorized the reward. (The Day Feb. 12, 2009)

$50,000 reward offered in N.H. man’s killing in Norwich - The governor’s office has authorized a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the beating death of a New Hampshire author at his Norwich rental property. (Norwich Bulletin Feb. 11, 2009)

Judge dismisses charges in Mallove murder - A superior court judge Thursday dismissed the murder charges against two men arrested three years ago in the slaying of a New Hampshire scientist in Norwich. They remain in prison on unrelated charges. Norwich police have said the case remains under investigation. (Norwich Bulletin Nov. 6, 2008)

Mallove slaying suspect: ‘Enough is enough’ - “I’m charged with a murder I had nothing to do with. Enough is enough,” he said. “I almost got put away for life for something I didn’t do. It’s time to start looking someplace else.” (Norwich Bulletin Oct. 10, 2008)

Attorney Claims Lab Blunder In Beating Death Case - A defense attorney for a man charged in the beating death of a Norwich man in 2004 claims his client’s name could be cleared because of a mix-up at the state police forensic lab. ( Sept. 26, 2008)

Forensic lab mix-up could sink Eugene Mallove murder case - A mix-up at the State Police forensic lab may jeopardize the state’s case against two men charged with murder in the 2004 beating death of Eugene Mallove, according to an attorney for one of the suspects. (Norwich Bulletin Sept. 25, 2008)

DNA tie sought in 2004 murder of scientist in Norwich - The case has inched forward as state prosecutors try to gather forensic evidence in an apparent attempt to bolster their case. A probable cause hearing at the onset of the case revealed the state had no such evidence. (Norwich Bulletin June 4, 2008)

Books by Eugene Mallove

Fire from Ice: Searching for the Truth Behind the Cold Fusion Furor

Nuclear Transmutation: The Reality of Cold Fusion

The Starflight Handbook: A Pioneer's Guide to Interstellar Travel

The Quickening Universe: Cosmic Evolution and Human Destiny


Funeral, May 18, 2004

Funeral services were held at Temple Beth Jacob in Concord on Tuesday, May 18, 2004 at 11:00 a.m., with burial at Concord Cemetery.

Dr. Eugene Mallove is dead - first notification, by Steven B. Krivit with follow-up eulogies by Krivit and Nadine Winocur, Jeane Manning (Coming Energy Revolution), Tim Ventura, and others (ZPEnergy, May 15, 2004)

The Significance of Dr. Eugene Mallove's graceful tenacity, integrity, and intent - Includes a list of relevant links to the works of Eugene Mallove. (by Leslie R. Pastor May 20, 2004)

Dr. Eugene Mallove, Torchbearer for Cold Fusion, Dies - Left MIT in protest in 1989 over what he considered manipulation of data to discredit Cold Fusion. (by Marc J. Plotkin and Marc Whitford PESN Exclusive May 15)

Galileo of our Time - In Memory of Dr. Eugene Mallove, by Dr. Brian O'Leary. (May 17, 2004)

Tom Bearden Mourns Loss of Gene Mallove, Cold Fusion Champion - Brief review of Cold Fusion technology and the leading role played by Dr. Mallove. (PESN May 26, 2004)

Future of Cold Fusion After the Passing of Eugene Mallove - Tim Ventura admonishes cold fusion colleagues to press forward with even more determination.

Media History of Murder

Suspect In Mallove's Killing To Face Trial - Joseph Reilly, 39, now awaits a trial on the charge of felony murder in the beating death of Cold Fusion champion, Eugene Mallove. Gary McAvoy waived his right to a probable cause hearing. (TheDay Oct. 5, 2005)

Judge finds probable cause for Mallove murder trial Norwich Bulletin

Judge rules man to be tried in beating death Newsday

Man to face trial for murder of New Hampshire man WCAX

WTNH - Norwich Bulletin - all 12 related »

Defense Questions Credibility of Informant - Defense for Joseph P. Reilly, one of two men accused in the slaying of cold fusion champion Dr. Eugene Mallove, continued his attack Tuesday on the substance of the state's case. (Norwich Bulletin Sept. 28, 2005)

Doubts Raised About State's Case In Killing Of Mallove - The probable-cause hearing for one of the men accused of killing prominent physicist and Norwich native Eugene Mallove was continued Thursday. (Norwich Bulletin, Sept. 16, 2005) (Also: TheDay)

Second Suspect Arrested in Murder of Cold Fusion Champion - Joseph P. Reilly arrested Tuesday for May 14, 2004 murder of Dr. Eugene F. Mallove, internationally renowned champion of cold fusion and other alternative energy technologies. (PESN July 28, 2005)

McAvoy Pleads 'Not Guilty' - Gary J. McAvoy, 43, formerly of Norwich, 6-foot-tall, 240-pound, was arrested June 1 and faced three charges of felony murder, murder and first-degree robbery. Second suspect, Joseph Reilly, and McAvoy admitted stealing a car and smoking crack the day of the murder. (Norwich Bulletin July 14, 2005) (See also WCSH-TV WMUR-TVWTNH-TV July 14, 2005)

Second suspect implicated in Mallove killing - Provides more details of the murder and of the two suspects: Gary McAvoy and Joseph Reilly. McAvoy "cried and curled up into the fetal position when he was first questioned about the murder of Eugene Mallove." (Norwich Bulletin July 12)

Suspect In Norwich Killing Has Probable Cause Hearing Today (subscription) - Gary McAvoy had hearing Wednesday. (TheDay July 13)

Police ready to make second arrest in Cold Fusion scientist's murder - Gary Mccavoy, charged last month with felony murder, may have had a co-conspirator identified as 39-year-old Joe Reilly of Groton. Both admit to having abused crack the week of the murder. (WFSB Connecticut July 13)

Police say McAvoy did not act alone - The convict accused of killing cold fusion champion, Eugene Mallove, is expected to appear in court July 13 for a probable cause hearing. ("Crime and Safety" Norwich Bulletin June 9, 2005)

Loss of an Individual is a Loss of Magnitude (registration required) - Editorial asks hypothetically how the world might be different today if Eugene Mallow had not been murdered over a year ago. (TheDay New London, CT, USA June 14, 2005)

MALLOVE MURDER SUSPECT ARRESTED - Gary McAvoy arrested for felony murder. Eugene Mallove, champion of Cold Fusion, brutally murdered more than 1 year ago in Norwich Connecticut. (PESN June 2, 2005)

Norwich police ask Henry Lee for help in solving year-old homicide - On anniversary of cold fusion advocate's murder, new blood brought into the investigation. Lee, a former state public safety commissioner, has worked on cases involving O-J Simspon, Jon Benet Ramsey and William Kennedy Smith. (WTNH New Haven, CT May 15, 2005)

Investigation of killing stalled - Investigators still waiting for DNA analysis that may lead to the killer of eight months ago. "A few have theorized that Mallove was killed because he was a tireless champion of cold fusion." (Newsday, Long Island, NY Jan. 25)

No Closure Yet on Mallove Case - 8 months after his death, no leads in Cold Fusion champion's murder. Son is working feverishly to try and solve the case. (Concord Monitor New Hampshire Jan. 24, 2005)

Author Theorizes 40 Microbiologists Killed Before Unleashing - Mentions May 14, 2004 murder of Dr. Eugene F. Mallove, who had just published an “open letter” outlining the results of and reasons for his last 15 years in the field of “new energy research.” (Free Press International, Texas Jan. 24)

Of those we lost in 2004 - New Hampshire newspaper remembers Cold Fusion advocate, Gene Mallove: "an engineer and environmental scientist with commitment, charm and brains...." (Nashua Telegraph NH Jan. 1, 2005) Site Updated - The late Eugene Mallove's team is moving forward in his absence. Sept./Oct. issue of magazine announced, MIT 1969 Memorial Fund commenced to raise at least $25,000 to become an endowed, full scholarship fund. (Sept. 28, 2004)

Mallove Associates Anxious to Find Closure on Senseless Slaying (Norwitch Bulletin July 28, 2004)

Scientist's violent death shocks cold fusion research network - (The Boston Globe July 27, 2004)

Two types of fusion - cold v. hot fusion brief with Mallove story

Evidence may link together three crime scenes (see video clip 2:18) - Murder of Eugene Mallove, cold fusion champion, may be linked to two other violent murders within a week span. Stonington suspect killed during attempted robbery. ( July 26, 2004)

(Police Still Looking) "Police are still investigating the beating death of Dr. Eugene Mallove" (Norwich Bulletin, CT June 29 1004)

Download > Late Eugene Mallove on Discovery Channel (1.1 Mb MP3 file 4.29 minutes Swedish television, June 23, 2004) - Mallove claims mainstream deliberately put the kibosh on Cold Fusion by hot fusion camp because they might loose their funding. (See Mallove Memorium)

NFA grad killed - Science writer Mallove slain in Norwich (Norwich Bulletin, Conn. May 16, 2004)

Killing sparks questions - Some colleagues wonder if scientist could have been slain over his research into cold fusion. (Norwich Bulletin May 17, 2004)

Colleagues saddened by Pembroke scientist’s death - The murder of a Pembroke science writer and cold fusion advocate has sent shock waves of grief throughout the industry.

(by Matthew Call, Union Leader Correspondent, NH May 19, 2004)

Mallove laid to rest Norwich-born scientist a victim of slaying family, friends say farewell at N.H. funeral (Norwich Bulletin, CT May 19 2004)

Police work to solve beating death (Norwich Bulletin, CT May 19 2004)

Editorial Unexpected death dims a bright star (Norwich Bulletin, CT May 19 2004)

(Police Still Looking) "Police are still investigating the beating death of Dr. Eugene Mallove" (Norwich Bulletin, CT June 29 1004)

Other Unique Coverage

Cold Fusion Leader Eugene Mallove Murdered (Erik Baard of May 16)

Police eye robbery in killing of scientist (Boston Globe May 17, 2004)

Cops hunt killer of ex-MIT writer (Boston Globe May 17, 2004)


Police examine clues to see if two murders linked - Cold fusion champion killed same day as another brutal murder. (WTNH, CT June 2, 2004 5:00 PM)

Murder investigation continues in Norwich (WFSB 3, CT May 17)

Neighbors mourn homicide victim (WTNH 8, CT May 17)

WTNH, CT | Turnto10, RI

Associated Press (second, longer story)

(May 16, 2004): Worcester Telegra, ME | Boston Globe, MA | Stamford Advocate, CT | WCBV, TheBostonChannel 5 | WFSB, 3 CT | Fitchburg Sentinel, MA | (May 17, 2004): NY Post | Portsmouth Herald, NH

(first, brief coverage)

(May 16, 2004): NY Newsday | CT Stamford Advocate | FL Sarasota Herald-Tribune | MA Worcester Telegram

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May 17, 2004 Hartford Courant, CT

May 16, 2004 RI Providence Journal

Misc - The Late Mallove on Discovery Channel - "I just watched a program on Discovery Channel where Eugene Mallove was talking about cold fusion and conspiracy." (Eric Vogels June 22, 2004)


Christy Frazier, Office Manager at Infinite Energy Phone 603-485-4700

See also

PowerPedia:Eugene Mallove

Eugene Mallove - In Memory

Directory:Cold Fusion

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