UFO Conference Spotted!

SAN JOSE, CALIF. – Experts were gathered for a UFO conference from April 14 to April 16 at the Best Western Inn, Ozark. The National UFO Conference is held every year in Hollywood, California to present high-ranking researchers in ufology who share their passion for their field. Similar events are held in other parts of the world for those who cannot make it to Hollywood. 

At the conference, it was revealed that the government is looking into 650 cases of “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena,” but half of the 650 were taken with interest at the San Diego conference by director Sean Kirkpatrick. It is said that the reports are likely from Earth.

Ufology is the study of UFOs (unidentified flying objects) that may be of unordinary origins. Generally regarded by skeptics as an example of pseudoscience. A collection of beliefs or practices not based on science. 

The AARO (All-Domain Anomaly Resolution Office) has not found credible evidence of extraterrestrials so far that defy the laws of physics. But Dr. Desiree Hurtak, who has Ph.D. in Environmental Public Policy believes otherwise, she believes there is a 50/50 chance of life on Earth not being alone in the universe. The cases that were brought up at the conference are currently being tracked by the AARO with the goal of being on track with emerging technologies. 

At the National UFO Conference of 2004, James W. Moseley was caught proving to be able to levitate. Using a chair, the ufologist was seen in photos “levitating”. Moseley spent nearly 60 years uncovering extraterrestrial hoaxes and making his own. A book was published in his name covering his life and the close-ups of paranormal activity surrounding him, “Shockingly Close to the Truth: Confessions of a Grave-Robbing Ufologist.” 

The National UFO Conference has been running ever since 1963. Moseley, the then chairman, stepped down in 2004. With the stepping down of the chairman, a new executive director was instated, Lisa Davis. From then, emerging events were seen all around the United States, branching out the locations of UFO conferences. One in San Diego, one in Ozark, etc. “Why are there so many?” asks Silver Creek High School freshman, Han Nguyen.

James W. Moseley levitating from chair at 2004 National UFO Conference at Hollywood. Credits: Wikimedia Commons

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