The annual Mysteries of the Universe Conference always attracts people interested in the unexplained. The event is scheduled for July 18 and 19, 2009 in Kansas City, Missouri at the Intrigue Park Place Hotel. The conference is the largest of its type held in the area and is back by popular demand.
Kansas City, Missouri (PRWEB) June 12, 2009 -- The annual Mysteries of the Universe Conference always attracts people interested in the unexplained. The event is scheduled for July 18 and 19, 2009 in Kansas City, Missouri at the Intrigue Park Place Hotel. The conference is the largest of its type held in the area and is back by popular demand.
The Mysteries of the Universe Conference is co-sponsored by Quest Investigation Group and Missouri MUFON. Conference director Margie Kay said that Internationally known researchers will present scientific evidence for the existence of UFOs, ghosts, and other strange phenomena, which people are eager to hear more about.
Lecturers include Kathleen Marden, niece of famous UFO abductees Betty and Barney Hill and co-author of "CAPTURED! The Betty and Barney Hill UFO Experience"; Stan Romanek, author of the bestselling book "Messages," and guest on Larry King Live, Coast-to-Coast AM and 20/20 will discuss his UFO experiences, the scientific study of his case, and show real video and photos of UFOs and aliens; Ted Phillips, engineer and physical and trace evidence researcher, will talk about the famous and very strange Marley Woods in Missouri; Heidi Hollis, guest on Coast-to-Coast, Jeff Rense, and collaborator with Stephen Spielburg on "Taken," author of "The Secret War: The Heavens Speak of the Battle," will speak about Shadow People and their agenda; Todd Sheets, host of the popular "Nightwatch" Radio Show, will discuss his haunting investigations; Stacey Allen McGee,International Director and Founder of the Alternate Realities Center will lecture on Cryptozoology and lead a class on ghost hunting; and Dr. Jack Kasher, regional director of MUFON and professor emeritus of physics and astronomy at the University of Omaha will lecture on the Strange Case of Alana Andrews.
A vendor trade show accompanies the event, and authors will sign books.
Registrations are recommended in advance. The cost is $59 by June 20, and $70 after June 20 or at the door. Advance Registrations are recommended. Special hotel rates are available prior to June 20. Please visit http://www.mouconference.net for more information.
The media is welcome and press passes will be available in advance of the event. Margie Kay and some of the speakers are available for interviews.
Margie Kay, Conference Director
Missouri State Section Director for MUFON