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  • Stuart Miller
    UFO Review Magazine presents Saturday, June 10th 2006 A ONE DAY CONFERENCE ON UFOLOGY AND THE PARANORMAL at Altrincham Masonic Hall Branksome, Clay Lane,
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      UFO Review Magazine presents

      Saturday, June 10th 2006



      Altrincham Masonic Hall Branksome, Clay Lane,
      Timperley, Cheshire

      Doors open 9:30am, Commence 10:00am.


      Making a rare UK appearance
      Nick Redfern

      Author of the new book "On the Trail of the Saucer Spies: UFOs
      And Government Surveillance"

      Now living in the States, Nick is a long standing and very well
      known Ufological writer and is the author of several successful
      books on the subject as well as on cryptozoology. He is
      generally recognised as the UK’s leading researcher and has a
      reputation as a direct, no nonsense journalist who is prepared
      to get his hands dirty and doesn’t like taking “No” for an
      answer. In 2005, he turned the world of Ufology upside down with
      his book Body Snatchers In The Desert which gave the most likely
      and most realistic explanation of what really happened at
      Roswell and why.

      Nick will be speaking about the UK and U.S. intelligence
      agencies observation over the years of people involved in
      Ufology, and will explain why and how people were watched and
      also who was watched, highlighting specific cases. He should
      know. Special Branch kept a close eye on him for many years!


      From Canada, Internationally Renown Documentary Film Maker and
      UFO Researcher

      Paul Kimball

      "The Wilbert Smith Story: Separating Fact from Fiction of a
      Ufological Icon".

      Wilbert Smith held both a B.Sc. and M. Sc. in Electrical
      Engineering, and was Senior Radio Engineer, Broadcast and
      Measurements Section, in the Canadian Department of Transport

      Smith's interest in the UFO phenomenon and his influential
      position within the Canadian government caused him to make a
      proposal to the Canadian DOT to establish Project Magnet to
      officially investigate UFOs. Smith stated in the proposal that
      his group believed that they were on the track of something
      which may well prove to be the introduction to a new technology.
      In 1950 he wrote the "Smith Memo." This was a memo which
      attracted a lot of attention around the time of the MJ-12 papers
      and it helped lend a certain credibility to the whole MJ-12
      milieu. It was originally sent to the Controller of
      Telecommunications as a proposal to study officially the UFO
      situation. In this memo, Smith wrote, "The existence of a
      different technology is borne out by the investigations which
      are being carried on at the present time in relation to flying
      saucers." He also stated that by making discreet inquiries at
      the Canadian Embassy in Washington, DC, he had learned from Dr.
      Robert Sarbacher that:

      A. The matter is the most highly classified subject in the
      United States government, rating higher even than the H-bomb.

      B. Flying saucers exist.

      C. Their modus operandi is unknown but concentrated effort is
      being made by a small group headed by Dr. Vannevar Bush.

      D. The entire matter is considered by the United States
      authorities to be of tremendous significance.

      But is all this true? Was Smith all he was cracked up to be?
      Paul Kimball has made a number of incisive and successful
      documentaries on the UFO subject and as a fellow Canadian has
      taken a special interest in Smith’s career. Paul will be looking
      over Smith’s career in some detail and as the title of his talk
      says; will separate fact from fiction.


      Neil Morris

      The Alien Autopsy Film –A Review and Update

      In the light of the revelations brought out by the current Ant
      and Dec feature film, namely that the Alien Autopsy footage that
      appeared in public in 1995 was a fake put together by Ray
      Santilli, Neil Morris, who has been heavily involved in
      researching the validity of the film pulls together the whole
      sad story for us and brings us up to date with his research and
      recent events. Was Santilli lying back in 1995? Is he lying now?
      Was this the first sight that the people of this planet had of a
      life form from elsewhere, was it simply an autopsy performed on
      a disfigured human being, or was it just a cynical money making
      effort designed to fool the world?


      Dave Sadler

      Chingle Hall – The Most Haunted House In Britain

      Just north of Preston, in the small village of Goosnargh, lies
      one of Britain’s oldest and most haunted buildings (it’s the
      oldest inhabited brick building), Chingle Hall. The house
      formerly known as Singleton hall was constructed in 1260 by the
      knight Adam de Singleton. The Hall remained in the de
      Singleton’s family late into the 16th Century but in 1585 the
      Wall Family who were related to the Singletons, moved into the
      Hall. Its history continues to this day and over the centuries
      there have been many, many sightings and strange and bizarre
      events. Here is one example:

      “In 1985, sounds of bricks being moved were recorded by a
      visitor in the Priest's Room, which seemed to originate in the
      Priest's hiding hole. He peered within and saw part of a human
      hand moving one of the bricks. As he watched, the hand stopped
      moving and disappeared. This witness later managed to capture
      the sounds of footsteps on tape and a shadowy form on film.
      Later bricks were found scattered on the floor of the Chapel on
      the ground floor.”

      Dave is the founder and co-ordinator of the Unknown Phenomena
      Investigation Association

      With a background in Aircraft Engineering, Dave has been
      involved in Paranormal and UFOlogical research and investigation
      since 1995, forming the UPIA in 1998 as a result of an
      increasing number of reports emanating from the North West of
      England. Dave has studied and passed The BITC and AITC courses
      in the Anomalous Phenomena, ran by Manchester's Association of
      Paranormal Investigation and Training, and has appeared in
      Numerous documentaries regarding the subject. For two years and
      along with Para.Science, Dave hosted a weekly paranormal radio
      show on BBC Radio Merseyside on the Roger Lyons show. He has
      also had many articles published in magazines and North West
      Newspapers. Although The UPIA investigates many unusual reports,
      currently investigators are basing their studies primarily in
      the hauntings area although another section of the group does
      take part in other areas.


      Tickets: £15.00 on the day at the door - £12.50 in advance. For
      advance bookings, cheques only I’m afraid to UFO Review, The New
      House, Church Bank, Richmond road, Bowdon, Altrincham, Cheshire
      WA14 3NW. Tel; 0161 929 1846

      Doors open 9:30am. Commences 10:00am sharp. Ample off street
      parking, bar, food available, Stall holders welcome - Please
      contact organiser.

      Organised by UFO Review. 0161 929 1846. Email at
      Stuart.Miller4@... for information/directions.
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