UFOs at UNM: A Skeptical Believer Presents His Research

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(Begin transmission) If you're hearing this, then the Men In Black didn't do their job. They've been trying to keep the public from knowing about the spring Willard Lecture speaker—noted UFO researcher David Marler, author of Triangular UFOs: An Estimate of the Situation—but the info was leaked to my office. What has Marler discovered using UNM’s resources to research UFO phenomena? What terrible truths are They trying to hide? Go visit the UNM Zimmerman Library this Wednesday, May 31, from 6:30-8pm to find out with a free lecture and a look at Marler's research materials at the UFOs at UNM: A Skeptical Believer Presents His Research lecture. Wait. What was that noise? (End of transmission)

Wednesday May 31, 2017

1900 Roma Ave NE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
US

Cost:

FREE

Ages:

ALL-AGES!

Contact:

University Libraries

Phone: 277-4241
Website: Click to Visit

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David Marler talks about how he uses UNMs collections and other resources to research UFO phenomena, including the mass sighting in Farmington in March 1950 and the “Battle of Los Angeles” in 1942.

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The spring Willard Lecture speaker is noted UFO researcher, David Marler.

Marler will speak about how he uses UNM’s collections and other resources to research UFO phenomena, including the mass sighting in Farmington, NM, in March 1950 and the “Battle of Los Angeles” in 1942.

Marler has one of the largest personal collections of UFO books, journals, magazines, newspapers, and case files from around the world that covers the last 65 years. Based on this research, he published the book, Triangular UFOs: An Estimate of the Situation in 2013. He has donated his extensive collection to UNM Libraries as an estate gift.

A small exhibit of some of his research materials will be on view and Marler will sign copies of his book. This event is free and open to the public.