There’s an Alien Invasion Coming to Danbury This Saturday
If you think you have ever spotted a UFO, or you may have had an alien encounter, then the place to be this coming Saturday is the Danbury Library.
The library is hosting the third annual Western Connecticut UFO Conference 2019 from 10 AM to 5 PM.
According to a library press release, alien experts from all over the planet will converge on Danbury Saturday to Commemorate the historic Hudson Valley UFO Sightings in the 1980's during this annual all-day event with UFO investigators, authors, guest speakers, and presenters as they search for answers.
For decades, Connecticut residents have seen strange things in the skies. Back in the 1980s and early 1990s, both residents of Danbury and the Hudson Valley reported seeing many strange large unidentified objects that have had the general population and experts wondering just what they actually saw.
The conference will also feature researcher Linda Zimmermann, the award-winning author of over 30 books on the subject of UFOs. Zimmermann will give a presentation highlighting how the huge wave of sightings of silent, massive triangular and V-shaped UFOs in the 1980s in the Hudson Valley also extended into western Connecticut, as well as how sightings continue to this day.
Speakers will be present throughout the day to answer questions, and will have their books available for purchase. The event itself is free, but participants are asked to pre-register with the library at: danburylibrary.org/western-connecticut-ufo-conference-2019/
So revisit some of the most spectacular sighting in the area during this one day Western Connecticut UFO Conference 2019 this Saturday at the Danbury Library on Main Street.