DANBURY, Conn. -- The Danbury Library will host a UFO conference on Saturday, Oct. 15, in the library's Farioly Program Room.
The free conference will provide UFO witnesses the opportunity to share their sightings and learn about the many sightings across the state.
The conference will feature researcher Linda Zimmermann, an award-winning author of more than 30 books and a frequent guest on international television and radio programs.
Zimmermann will give a presentation highlighting how the huge wave of sightings of silent, massive triangular and V-shaped UFOs in the 1980s in the Hudson Valley of New York also extended into western Connecticut, as well as how sightings continue to this day, according to a release from the Danbury Library.
She will also facilitate a morning and afternoon session of witness testimony and a Q&A.
Additionally, an award-winning documentary based on Zimmermann's book, "In the Night Sky," will be shown at the end of the conference.
Members of Connecticut MUFON (Mutual UFO Network) will be there to share their expertise on how to conduct a UFO investigation and write a report from witness statements and evidence collected.
Researcher and UFO sightings expert and archivist C. Burns will also on hand to conduct witness interviews throughout the day.
Those who plan to attend the conference are encouraged to register early, because space is limited. Click here to register online. Attendees must be 16 years of age and older.
A Facebook page has been created to share information on Zimmermann’s Connecticut UFO Project, to help promote the event, bring awareness to sightings in the state, and encourage witnesses to come forward and share their experiences.
The conference will be from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. For additional information, call the library at (203) 797-4505.
The Danbury Library is at 170 Main Street, Danbury.
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