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Looking To The Sky

From: UFO UpDates - Toronto <ufoupdates.nul>
Date: Fri, 07 Sep 2007 17:37:50 -0400
Archived: Fri, 07 Sep 2007 17:37:50 -0400
Subject: Looking To The Sky

Source: West Virginia Metro News - Charleston, USA



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Looking To The Sky

The city of Charleston this weekend is set to host a virtual
"Who's Who" of the UFO world this weekend.

"It is the Flatwoods Monster Anniversary and Flying Saucer
Extravaganza," said Charleston Promoter Larry Bailey. "We're
going to be covering the Flatwoods Monster, we're going to be
covering the UFO air wars between 1951 and 1956."

The event is being staged Friday night and Saturday night at the
West Virginia State College Theater in downtown Charleston. The
event will feature two lectures with Stanton P. Friedman of
Canada.  Friedman is billed as "Mr. Roswell."

Bailey says additionally he's lined up guest appearances by
Frank Feshino, Jr., who wrote the original book about the
Flatwoods Monster, Freddy May the Flatwoods eyewitness, and John
C. Barker, one of the original investigative reporters. Scott
and Susanne Ramsey are the investigators of a 1948 UFO crash in
Arizona. Rick Fisher, president of Pennsylvania Paranormal, will
be on hand to discuss the crash of a UFO in a Pennsylvania lake.

The weekend will also feature the showing of the film "Shoot
Them Down."

"It's only been shown once in the United States," said Bailey.
"It was shown in Las Vegas in 2003, and it's going to be debuted
with a new soundtrack here Friday and Saturday?"

The Charleston gathering will also feature the launch of
Feshino's book "Shoot Them Down" featuring a special limited
edition cover that features a flying saucer over the West
Virginia state capital.

Bailey and other UFO investigators claim the Flatwoods monster
is only a chapter in a bigger story from the night of Sept. 12,
1952. Believers theorize the U.S. Air Force engaged in an air
battle with a squadron of UFO's coming in off the Atlantic.

"Three of them separated and went in different directions -- one
to Tennessee and crashing, one to Ohio and crashing and then the
one that ended up at Flatwoods," Bailey said.

Bailey says there has been high interest in the Charleston
gathering, but certainly there are skeptics.  Bailey, however,
is not among them.

"I've never been to Tokyo, but I know it's there. I've never
seen a UFO, but I certainly think that I'm a believer in God and
if this is all hes done, he certainly wasted a lot of space,"
Bailey said.

[Thanks to Stuart Miller of http://uforeview.net/ for the lead]

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