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2006 Australian National UFO Conference

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  • Diane Harrison
    Source: Macarthur Chronicle - Campbelltown, New South Wales, Australia 17Apr06 The Truth Is Out There Alien abductions and time-space discontinuity are set to
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      Source: Macarthur Chronicle - Campbelltown,
      New South Wales, Australia
      17Apr06


      The Truth Is Out There

      Alien abductions and time-space discontinuity are set to knock
      off the Wests Tigers as Campbelltown's number-one conversation
      topic for a weekend in May.

      Campbelltown Catholic Club will host the 2006 National UFO
      Conference, where Australian and international experts will
      exchange ideas and present evidence on all things
      extraterrestrial.

      Organiser Attila Kaldy, co-founder of the UFO Society of Western
      Sydney, said he wanted to host the conference in Campbelltown
      because the Macarthur region was a UFO hotspot.

      "There's been a lot of really bizarre stuff happening,
      especially around Razorback,'' he said.

      "In one case, a gentleman was travelling at The Oaks on his way
      to work, when lights descended from the night and came towards
      him.

      "At first he thought it was a semi trailer ... but then the
      lights parted and scattered in all directions around his car. He
      can't account for about half an hour. It was a horrifying
      experience for him.''

      The conference's star guest is journalist, broadcaster and self-
      proclaimed UFO expert Jaime Maussan, who has previously anchored
      Mexico's version of 60 Minutes.

      He will be flown to Campbelltown especially for the conference.

      Mr Kaldy said Maussan had unearthed startling videos of bright
      lights criss-crossing in the sky, which the Mexican military had
      shot using infrared cameras.

      "These lights weren't visible to the naked eye - it's like a
      form of camouflage that they use. Really, those things could be
      anywhere at any given time,'' Mr Kaldy said.

      Other speakers include NSW UFO Investigation Centre co-ordinator
      Bill Chalker, Dominic McNamara from the Disclosure Project and
      UFOlogist magazine Co editor Diane Frola.

      The National UFO Conference will be held at Campbelltown
      Catholic Club on Saturday, May 6, starting at 9am.

      Entry is $50 for a single person and $100 for a family of four.
      For more information visit www.ufosociety.com.au



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