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Benjamin Radford Talks at ABQ Science Fiction Society

Friday Oct 11, 2019

5301 Ponderosa Ave NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
US

Cost:

$1

Ages:

ALL-AGES!

Contact:

Craig Chrissinger

Phone: 505-266-8905
Website: Click to Visit

The author discusses crystal skull, the strangest and most mysterious artifacts in the world.

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Programming - 2 for 1 Night:

♣ New Mexico author & Bubonicon friend Benjamin Radford returns for his annual visit!  Radford will be talking on Crystal Skulls, a repeat of his Bubonicon 51 presentation.

♥ Plus we'll have our club officer elections for moderator, alternator and executive secretary.  Not to mention choosing a "challenge" ingredient or theme for our December Dessert Cook-Off...

First up, Benjamin Radford talks on Crystal Skulls:  "Crystal skulls are among the strangest and most mysterious artifacts in the world. They have been seen in the world’s finest museums, inspired Indiana Jones—and according to legend have even been used to see the future or even kill with terrible supernatural power. Skulls are at once both mundane and macabre, symbolic reminders of both medicine and death. What do we make of these objects, whose origins are shrouded in the mists of mystery? Join investigator and folklorist Benjamin Radford as he reveals the research and riddles behind these intriguing artifacts -- including one with a New Mexico connection -- based on research in his UNM Press book Mysterious New Mexico: Miracles, Magic, and Monsters in the Land of Enchantment."

Radford is author or contributor to over 25 books and has appeared on Good Morning America, MysteryQuest, MonsterQuest, Is It Real? and many other shows.

After Radford is done, we'll have our annual Club Officer Elections!  And choose an ingredient or theme for the December cook-off/party.

Newcomers are welcome with a $1.00 contribution to help pay our rent...

Remember, no outside food is allowed at St. Andrew.  Please be discreet with any candy.  Water/soda bottles and lidded beverage cups are permitted.

DOORS OPEN AT 7:15 PM.  Enter through the back doors (northside) of church - the courtyard is locked up at 5:00 pm each day.  Please do not arrive before 7:15 pm.  We have to set up the room ourselves, and straighten/clean-up around 10:00 pm.

Meeting Location is in the Activity Room (west end of building, enter through door on northside of church). Ponderosa is the first street north of Erna Ferguson Library on San Mateo. Ponderosa is the northern border of Montgomery Park, and intersects with both San Mateo and San Pedro. The street is north of Comanche and south of Montgomery.