Dr. Eugene Mallove
 June 9, 1947 - May 14, 2004

Reporter Greg Smith of the Norwich Bulletin provided the best reports on this story in the weeks following the murder. His numerous articles, previously posted on the Norwich Bulletin web site, have been archived and are no longer available on the paper's Web site. 

Boston Globe, by Lisa Kocian and Connie Paige

Boston Herald, by Brian Ballou

Boston Herald, by Robin Washington

WFSB Eyewitness News



Those wishing to assist the Mallove family
 may send donations to the
 Eugene F. Mallove
Memorial Family Fund
 Sovereign Bank, 73 West Street, Concord NH 03301 USA.  All proceeds go directly to the benefit of the family.

Infinite Energy Memorial Page

A few words by Mitchell Swartz & Gayle Verner (PDF) 

Marc J. Plotkin and Marc Whitford's Tribute

Jeane Manning's Tribute

Mike Carrell's Tribute

Stephen Kaplan's Tribute

In Fond Memory of Gene - Nadine Winocur, Psy.D.

Tributes to Dr. Eugene Mallove from the Science Community

LOS ANGELES, CALIF. May 17, 2004  It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Gene Mallove, who was killed on Friday, May 14, possibly in relation to a property dispute. We have confirmed this information with the Norwich, CT police department. A homicide investigation is underway. 

Gene is survived by his wife Joanne, his son, Ethan, and his daughter, Kim.  

We believe that Gene Mallove will one day be recognized as one of the greatest science journalists of his time.  He was an authoritative historian and innovative investigator within the new energy field.  Through his 1991 book, "Fire from Ice: Searching for the Truth behind the Cold Fusion Furor," Gene was the first to courageously and boldly express the reality of cold fusion, long before any other science journalist dared to ask questions that challenged the prevailing view.  In 1996, he reached an even broader audience with his highly educational video, "Cold Fusion: Fire From Water."   

For 15 years, he worked tirelessly and relentlessly, at great personal sacrifice, to foster and oversee the development of cold fusion and other new energy experimentation at his New Energy Research Laboratory.  He published Infinite Energy: The Magazine of New Energy Technology, which provided a "torch" of information that drew and enlightened many to the existence and legitimacy of cold fusion and other emerging new energy technologies. Most recently, he established the New Energy Foundation, a non-profit corporation, which provides grants to researchers and developers in the field of new energy.

Gene will be remembered for the immense support and encouragement he provided to cold fusion researchers around the world, whose progress and achievements he recognized, chronicled and publicized through a wide variety of media.  His tremendous efforts have shown increasing success over the past few years and continue to bear fruit, as is evidenced by the growing media attention in support of cold fusion. 

Gene's death comes as a great shock to everyone.  His loss will be felt for a long time.  At the same time, Gene's generosity toward the scientific community, his commitment to the integrity of Science, and his dedication to creating a better world, will be forever appreciated and celebrated.