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UFO Congress in Scottsdale to feature George Noory of Coast to Coast AM

23rd Annual International UFO Congress banner
23rd Annual International UFO Congress banner
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George Noory, the primary host of the Coast to Coast AM radio show that focuses on UFOs and other strange occurrences, will be a featured speaker at the 23rd Annual International UFO Congress set to take place in metropolitan Phoenix February 12-16. The Radisson Fort McDowell Resort & Casino in Scottsdale will be the host venue for the 5-day event. The gathering is the nation’s largest event for UFO buffs, experts and the curious.

Besides offering presentations by over 20 UFO experts, the International UFO Congress will also feature a UFO film festival, a sizable vendor’s area and a chance to participate in a “nighttime sky watch” under notoriously clear and starry Arizona skies. Dr. Ardy Sixkiller Clarke, Ted Peters, Mike Clelland, Kim Carlsberg, Patty Greer, Richard Hoover and Kewaunee Lapseritis are among the other experts slated to speak on topics ranging from crop circles to UFO happenings around the world to the “real” Area 51. Many of the speakers, including Noory, will be available to meet with attendees.

A wide variety of ticket options are on offer; attendees can purchase tickets in advance that cover the whole shebang, just the weekend, or a particular morning or evening session. The Radisson is also offering a special rate on lodging for Congress attendees. Tickets will also be available at the door, and the film festival portion of the program, taking place on the evenings of February 13 and 14, is free and open to the public.

For ticket information and a complete list of speakers and events, visit the International UFO Congress website.

The 23rd Annual International UFO Congress is put together by Open Minds Magazine. Open Minds specializes in reporting UFO news and investigations. Subscription information is available at the Open Minds Magazine website.

To help plan your trip to Scottsdale, visit the Scottsdale Convention and Visitor’s Bureau website.

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