Thursday, March 4, 2010

Travis Walton, Colin Andrews at McMinnville UFO Fest

McMinnville, Oregon's annual UFO Fest in May has speakers Travis Walton and Colin Andrews among the presenters:
McMINNVILLE, Ore.—Tuesday, March 2, 2010—The buzz is building as we get closer to the 11th Annual UFO Festival on May 14 and 15, 2010, hosted by McMenamins Hotel Oregon (3130 NE Evans St., [503] 472-8427 or [888] 472-8427). The festival, set in a small town in the middle of Oregon wine country, explores and celebrates the possibilities of life beyond Earth. We will welcome keynote speaker and author James Clarkson, a well-known UFO investigator; U.K. crop circle expert Colin Andrews; and UFO witness and abductee Travis Walton, on whom the book and Hollywood film “Fire in the Sky” was based. Passes are $10 per event, $15 for two events or $25 for all three events; UFO passes are available beginning March 15 at ufofest.com.
We're already booked! See you there...

12 comments:

Deirdre said...

Sweet =) Though I was hoping Dolan would swing by!

Regan Lee said...

Richard was there year before last, and he was great. He's an excellent speaker.

Regan Lee said...

P.S. Deirdre, you're going to be there I hope?

Deirdre said...

Yes, planning on it!

Erik said...

I will be there! I gotta hear Mr. Andrews. Quality stuff there, through and through.

Regan Lee said...

Erik, Deirdre, email if you like closer to the time of the UFO Fest; it'd be great to meet for a beer and talk UFO type stuff!

rlee@orangeorb.net

Deirdre said...

I will need a beer after being around all of the children that will inevitably be there :p

Erik said...

Beer?!! Children?!! Deirdre?!! Oh, this is going to be good!!!

Deirdre said...

;)

You'll meet Maggie and she'll most likely tell you a rather infamous story about a little boy who would not stop poking me in the ass at a video store.

Erik said...

Why do I have a feeling this isn't the first instance of you having a problem of being poked in the ass at a video store? ;P

Deirdre said...

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