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xx A mathemetician's thoughts on recent Alien DNA
« Thread started on: May 31st, 2016, 6:38pm »

Disclaimer: This post is meant to advertise an event. But it's a seriously cool one. I'm not even being paid extra to say that. If you actually want to hear what the topic's Mathemetician, Don Burleson has to say, you're gonna have to admit that it's worth the price of a ticket, because it is.

If you happen to be a UFO hobbyist, a believer, or work in the Industry of the Unknown, you've heard of Roswell. Right? Who hasn't? It's not the only sighting to exist. It's not even the one with the most evidence. It's only the most well known case.

If you've been to the UFO Festival in Roswell in the last few years, and you're not there to buy cheap crap with an alien on it, you may have been disappointed.

Well, the Roswell Daily Record (one of the oldest newspapers in America at 125 years old), is hoping to change that. We're hosting an event called The Roswell Incident, in an attempt to bring much needed attention to the truth of one of the most famous UFO cases to occur in a region already known for the high number of sightings.

If you've ever been interested in learning more about what happened in Roswell (which may be one of the most important events in History that isn't talked much about), this year is the time to learn about it. We have speakers ranging from UFO Movie directors, to Retired Air Force Commanders, and even a Mathematician who worked for MUFON on cases in New Mexico including Socorro, Lubbock, Levelland, and more. If you've never been to one of Don Burleson's MUFON meetings here in Roswell, you're missing out. Don is easily one of the most knowledgeable men in the country regarding UFO cases.

TL-DR: If you've never been to Roswell, this year's UFO Festival is the time. We're having several discussion panels, dinner at a famous restaurant, and quite a bit more.

If you want to know more, the website linked repeatedly in this post is roswellincident.com. You can also shoot me an email: pr@roswellincident.com
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Want the ultimate Roswell experience? Visit What Is The Roswell Incident to find out about the UFO Event of the year in the city that is home to one of the most legendary sightings of all time.
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