UFOs, Paranormal Activity Focus of September 19th Symposium

UFOs paranormal Activity

UFOs and the paranormal will be discussed and debated in great detail at the fifth annual University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) UFO Symposium on Friday, September 19th.

From 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. at UNO’s CPACS, attendees will hear from a variety of local and regional speakers and experts on UFOs and paranormal activity.

The UNO MUFON UFO Study Group has organized the annual event.

“The purpose of our study group – and this event in particular – is to look at the logical, scientific and rational explanations of the UFO phenomenon,” said Dave Pares, adjunct professor of geography and meteorology at UNO and faculty advisor for the UNO MUFON UFO Study Group. “But, we like to have fun and are open to exploring all kinds of evidence.”

Tickets are $10 per person and available at the door on September 19th.

The day’s agenda is as follows. For more information, contact Dave Pares ([email protected], 402-651-9670) or John Powers ([email protected], 402-319-2721).

  • 5:00 p.m. Doors Open, free parking on campus
  • 6:00 – 6:05 p.m. Welcome by Kyle Finley
  • 6:05- 6:50 p.m. Greg Andersen, “Midwest UFO’s – 2014”

Explanations for Aliens 3 part presentation

  • 7:00 – 7:30 p.m. John Powers, “Rare, but Physical Beings”
  • 7:30 – 8:00 p.m. Steve Snodgrass, “Mental Projections”
  • 8:00-8:30 p.m. Kyle Finley, “Non-Physical, but Intelligent Beings”
  • 8:30:8:50 p.m. Q&A
  • 9:00-10:00 p.m. Dave Pares, “Space Warp The Wave of the Future”

Greg Andersen is a State Director and field investigator with the Iowa chapter of the Mutual UFO Network, an international organization dedicated to the investigation of UFO/extraterrestrial claims. Greg will share recent UFO/Abduction cases in Nebraska, Iowa, and Missouri.

John Powers is an officer of and is a certified field investigator with the Nebraska chapter of the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON). Mr. Powers is attached to the S.T.A.R. team, MUFON’s international fast response investigation team designed for quick deployment to physical UFO investigations. Mr. Powers has a Masters degree in Sociology with an emphasis in Anthropology and currently teaches at the University of Nebraska at Omaha.

Steve Snodgrass is a mental health practitioner, social worker, and independent writer known for his development of Integral UFOlogy, a method for evaluating the validity of UFO/ET contact claims.  Snodgrass received a BA in psychology and philosophy from the University of Nebraska Lincoln and an MSW in social work from the University of Nebraska at Omaha. He is acting President of the Omaha UFO Study Group and lives in Papillion, Nebraska.

Kyle Finley is the president and founder of the UNO MUFON Study Group and one of the founders for the UNO Paranormal Society. He is also a field investor for MUFON Nebraska. Currently he is pursuing a degree in Information Assurance and Native American Studies with secondary fields in Computer Engineering and Mathematics at the University of Nebraska.

Dave Pares is an adjunct professor of astronomy, geography and meteorology and faculty advisor for the UNO UFO MUFON Society and the UNO Paranormal Society. Pares has been featured on the History Channel, Discovery Channel, National Geographic, Open Minds Radio and George Noory’s “Coast to Coast AM,” sharing his research on the Bermuda Triangle and space warp technology. Pares will provide an update on his research to include; the first Public display of a functional Warp Drive Engine, review of the last two years of experiments and a discussion about faster-than-light travel.

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  1. I was in the car with my parents. A ball of what looked to be fire was rolling in a completely horizontal path across the absolutely cloudless sky. The movement was so slow and even I have not seen anything to compare the object(?)with. I was, however, pretty young so it was dismissed by my parents at the beginning of an eight-hour road trip. I would appreciate knowing what I had seen or other similar views. P.S. Was absolutely NOT ball lightning.

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