Western Connecticut UFO Conference


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During the 1980’s and 1990’s, Connecticut residents have seen enormous, strange objects in the skies that have puzzled thousands of people for decades.

Join us at the Danbury Library for this FREE conference on Saturday, October 14 from 10am to 5pm, to learn more about the many sightings across the state, give UFO witnesses the opportunity to share their sightings and to commemorate this historic event.

The conference will feature researcher Linda Zimmermann, the award-winning author of over 30 books and a frequent guest on international television and radio programs.

Zimmermann will give a presentation highlighting how the huge wave of sightings of silent, massive triangular and V-shaped UFOs in the 1980s in the Hudson Valley of New York also extended into western Connecticut, as well as how sightings continue to this day.

Join father-son paranormal adventurers, authors and broadcasters Paul & Ben Eno, for a jarring journey into “flap areas,” regions of frequent but seemingly unrelated paranormal events, including UFOs, ghosts, cryptids, time slips and phenomena that don’t even have names yet.


Paul and Ben, with combined experience of nearly 60 years in paranormal research, believe they know how these events are indeed related, and why the military is so interested in them. Special emphasis on the Litchfield Triangle, in which Danbury is located.

Be mesmerized by research which reveals a startling picture of what happens to people who have contact with alien life forms in this engaging & one of kind “The Effects of Contact” presentation with Rosemary Ellen Guiley, author of more than 60 books on metaphysical and paranormal topics, including seven books on dreams.


She has been a dream work facilitator since the early 1990s. Rosemary also researches afterlife communications and contact experiences of all kinds.



Michael Panicello, Executive Director of Connecticut MUFON (Mutual UFO Network) will be there with his team to share their expertise on how to conduct a UFO investigation and write a report from witness statements and evidence collected. UFO Researcher and sightings archivist, C. Burns will be on hand to conduct witness interviews (OPEN TO PUBLIC) starting at 2pm in the Lower Level Meeting Room of the Danbury Library.

To submit your eyewitness testimony, click HERE.

Western Connecticut UFO Conference


Schedule as follows:


10am – 10:30am: Conference Welcome by Linda Zimmermann

10:30am – 11:30am: Michael Panicello: UFO Hunters Workshop (presented by MUFON Connecticut)

11:30am – 12:30pm: Linda Zimmermann: “UFOs of the Hudson Valley and Western CT” **

12:30pm – 1pm: Lunch*

1pm – 2pm: Shane Sirios: “Parasitic Lifeforms”

2pm – 3pm: Paul & Ben Eno: “Flap Areas: UFOs and the Paranormal on Steroids!”

3pm – 4pm: Rosemary Ellen Guiley: “The Effects of Contact”

4pm – 5pm: Q&A Roundtable with Presenters


*Food will be available for purchase within walking distance near the library


Ages 16+

Seating is LIMITED! So please Register to RESERVE your seat for this historic event!


If you DO NOT want to attend the UFO Conference, but you do want to give a witness deposition about your experiences. Witness depositions are OPEN TO THE PUBLIC and may be given in private at 2 PM in the Lower Level Meeting Room in the Danbury Library with UFO Researcher, Hudson Valley Sightings expert and archivist C. Burns and members of Connecticut MUFON (Mutual UFO Network) during the conference.

Program partners: The Friends of the Danbury Library & The Connecticut UFO Project


***Author/Presenters books and DVDs will be available for purchase during conference.