CONTACT: Brian Amero
PHONE: (203) 797-4505 x. 7730
EXPLAINING THE UNEXPLAINED
Danbury Library to Host Annual Western Connecticut UFO Conference
DANBURY, CONNECTICUT - Thursday, October 8, 2020 It’s one of mankind’s most lingering,
unanswered questions: Are we alone? For generations, many local residents in the Greater
Danbury community have answered that question with a resounding “No!” Accounts of local
UFOs sightings may have left some residents without any lingering doubts that we are not alone
in the universe. However, questions about who (or what) was behind the rash of sightings in the
1980s and 1990s still linger decades later.
Throughout the weekend of Saturday, October 17 and Sunday, October 18, Danbury Library will
host the fifth annual Western Connecticut UFO Conference, a two-day investigation into one of
the most puzzling chapters of our local history. The two-day event will welcome back renowned
research scientist Linda Zimmerman, the award-winning author of over thirty books and a
frequent guest on countless radio and television programs worldwide. Ms. Zimmerman will
present her findings on the Danbury Hudson Valley Sightings, and how that phenomena
challenge the perception of UFOs.
Other thought-leaders scheduled to present include Marc D’Antonio, host of SkyTour Radio,
Kathleen B. Cobalt, Ed. D., and Paul and Ben Eno, hosts of the popular CBS Radio destination
show, ‘Behind the Paranormal with Paul and Ben Eno.’ Dr. Bill Bires, creator and host of
History Channel’s UFO Hunters, will present ‘UFOs and The White House.’
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s conference will be held online via Zoom. For a
complete schedule, or to learn more about this year’s event, please visit
https://danburylibrary.org/category/event. The fifth annual Western CT UFO Conference is free
for all to attend, and is graciously underwritten by the Friends of The Danbury Library.
As an essential city asset, the Danbury Library is committed to being a welcoming destination,
responsive to the needs of our city’s diverse community, and a source of inspiration through
words and ideas.
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For more information on this topic, please contact Brian Amero, Civic Engagement and
Marketing Coordinator, by calling (203) 797-4505 x. 7730, or via email at