FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Pennsylvania leads the nation in UFO sightings
“UFO’s. . . Seeing is Believing”
The Pennsylvania Mutual UFO Network will present a UFO Conference on Friday from 6-10:30pm and Saturday from 11-6pm on October 9 & 10 2009 at the Montgomery Community College 340 Dekalb Pike, Blue Bell Pa 19422 and Saturday October 17th 2009 from 10am to 6pm at the Westmoreland Community College 145 Pavillion Ln Youngwood, Pa 15697.
Pennsylvania has been the epicenter of the world’s largest UFO wave since the summer of 2008. There have been over 350 UFO reports filed with MUFON from Pittsburgh to Philly over the past twelve months. John Ventre, the Pennsylvania State Director for MUFON stated, “We’re getting clusters of sightings from every town from Pittsburgh to Philly along the southern half of the state. We have 51 reports in the Pittsburgh-Westmoreland County area and 155 in the Philly area. I get reports of UFO’s coming in from Lake Erie in Ohio and across Wheeling, West Virginia into the Pittsburgh area and they are seen minutes later on the Eastern part of the state.
The Discovery Channel was in Pa last summer to film a pilot show for a series entitled “UFO’s over Earth” that aired last November. The History Channel flew in this past March and ilmed a show for their popular series “UFO Hunters” which aired this past May.”
The Conference will present a combination of expert Paranormal and UFO speakers. There will be speakers discussing the UFO phenomenon, Abductions, Bigfoot and the Bible and UFOs.
Speakers include Dr David Jacobs of Temple University, Stanton T Friedman who investigated Roswell, Richard Dolan who has written numerous books on the government coverup, Rev Barry Downing who published the “Bible and UFOs”, Bill Birnes of UFO Hunters, Peter Robbins who investigated the Rendlesham Forrest UK incident, Tom Carey who investigated Roswell, John Ventre and Butch Witkowski of the Mutual UFO Network. Stan Gordon, who has investigated the “Kecksburg” incident and has appeared on numerous TV and radio shows will also speak regarding the 1973 UFO-Bigfoot wave that struck Westmoreland County. Eric Altman of the Pa Bigfoot Society will also speak at Westmoreland.
academic setting. “We also have a few surprises for the audience and they
are not Halloween tricks”, said Ventre.Admission price’s are $15 in Pitt and $25 in Philly. Advance orders and the Conference agenda can be obtained at John Ventre’s website at www.johnventre.com or www.pamufon.com .