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Necro Nomic Con Shares Experiences of Paranormal, UFOs

 

Article by Rozanna M. Martinez                October 25th, 2019                   (abqjournal.com)

• Necro Nomic Con is a paranormal and UFO convention that was held October 26th and 27th at the Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Founded by Jim Burleson, the event featured panels and ‘meet-and-greets’ with people who shared their UFO and paranormal experiences.

• According to Burleson, New Mexico is a center for paranormal and UFO activity. “Every famous ghost hunting television show or UFO hunting show has all been in New Mexico, where out of the 17 UFOs confirmed crashed, 12 of them have been in New Mexico. We’re kind of the hub for all this craziness with Dulce and Los Alamos and Sandia.”

• Travis Walton whose UFO abduction was documented in the movie, “Fire in the Sky”, spoke on Saturday, October 26th. Six episodes of the new season of “Beyond Roswell” tv series were also screened. Burleson noted that the audience got to see brand new episodes that were still in post-production in Los Angeles.

 

The fascination of things that go bump in the night combined with the lore of unidentified flying objects will be at the center of Necro Nomic Con.

“Necro Nomic Con is a paranormal and UFO convention,” founder and promoter Jim Burleson said. “We’re highlighting the paranormal aspects of New Mexico and the community that is here in New Mexico. For local ghost hunters and ghost tours and things like that, New Mexico is a big draw.”

                  Jim Burleson

Eventgoers can attend panels and meet-and-greets with people who will share their experiences with the paranormal or UFOs during the festival on Saturday, Oct. 26, and Sunday, Oct. 27, at Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino.

“We’re including realty stars from the Ghost Hunter TV shows,” Burleson said. “We have several ghost hunting companies that are appearing to do some live ghost tours on site. We’ve got vendors that are selling things that reflect the industry and the fandom of the paranormal community. We actually have a Catholic priest who is going to discuss exorcism.”

Self-proclaimed UFO abductee Travis Walton will be in attendance to discuss his experience and experiences since then at 4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26. Walton’s alleged abduction was documented in the movie “Fire in the Sky.” Author Ken Hudnall, who has written over 80 books on the subject of the paranormal and monsters, will be at the event. He will hold a discussion at 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26.

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Stardust Ranch on Ghost Adventures: Owner John Edmonds Claims Aliens Are Watching Him

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Article by Shaunee Flowers                   September 23, 2019                   (monstersandcritics.com)

• Located about an hour west of Phoenix is The Stardust Ranch. John Edmonds and his wife bought the Stardust Ranch in 1995 with hopes of operating a horse rescue. Those dreams were cut short when John Edmonds says that aliens made their way onto his property.

• Edmonds has put the ranch up for sale for $5 million. Two years ago, the New York Post reported that John Edmonds was desperately trying to sell the property because of the “alien infestation” after claiming that aliens were trying to abduct his wife. (see 2:05 minute video below) Edmonds told the local NBC affiliate, “They actually levitated [my wife] out of the bed in the master chamber and carried her into the parking lot and tried to draw her up into the craft.”

• On the Travel Channel’s show “Ghost Adventures”, ghost hunter Zak Bagans and his crew investigated the Stardust Ranch. Edmonds showed the television crew what he believes to be a portal at Stardust Ranch that allows extraterrestrials a way to access his ranch. Edmonds says that grey aliens have attacked his animals and tried to abduct his wife. His wife confirmed the claims, saying that she was attacked by aliens in the main bedroom of the Stardust Ranch home.

• Others claim to have had alien encounters out in the Arizona desert, including Travis Walton who claims that he was abducted by aliens. The aliens famously kept Walton for five days before returning him to Earth, where he used a payphone in Heber, Arizona to call for help.

 

On the next episode of Ghost Adventures, Zak Bagans and his crew are headed to Arizona to investigate the Stardust Ranch. The owner of the ranch is John Edmonds, who has made some shocking claims about aliens on the property.

Edmonds believes that there is a portal at Stardust Ranch that allows extraterrestrials a way to access his ranch. He even shows it to the Ghost Adventures crew.

                    The Stardust Ranch

And John Edmonds isn’t the only one claiming to have had an alien encounter on the Arizona property. His wife also claims to have been attacked by aliens. In fact, she says it happened in the main bedroom of the Stardust Ranch home.

Others also claim to have had alien encounters out in the Arizona desert, including Travis Walton, who also spoke with Zak Bagans’ crew. He claims that he was abducted by aliens and that they kept him for five days before returning him to Earth, where he used a payphone in Heber, Arizona to call for help.

The Stardust Ranch sits about an hour west of Phoenix. It’s a popular destination for those who believe in aliens and want to go looking for them.

 

2:05 minute video of Alien Ranch for sale in Buckeye (12 News YouTube)

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Knoxville Set to Host First AlienXPO UFO Convention

by Brandon Paykamian                     May 24, 2019                    (johnsoncitypress.com)

• On Aug. 17 and 18, the Knoxville Convention Center (Tennessee) will host the first AlienXPO convention, featuring panelists, vendors and a space in which like-minded people can talk about their UFO experiences and theories. The topic of extraterrestrials has captured the imagination of millions around the world, from the hardcore UFO enthusiasts and researchers to the curious, bringing them together at conventions across the country.

• “Never before has Knoxville hosted an event that will allow attendees to hear real events concerning extraterrestrial phenomena. There will be people from every walk of life together in one place to hear, share and be floored by the research presented,” Katina Kyle, a producer of the Mysterious Radio podcast and one of the event organizers.

• Guest speakers will include former national news anchor Cheryll Jones; Steven Bassett of Paradigm Research Group; “NASA whistleblower” and retired aerospace worker Ken Johnston Sr.; and alien abductee Travis Walton.

• “Some of these (speakers) are authors, former government contractors, whistleblowers, NASA and aerospace engineers — people that have directly come in contact with extraterrestrial phenomena,” said Kyle. “I just feel like something’s out there, and I’ve always been a skywatcher. The curiosity is there in all of us.” Kyle added, “A lot of these people attend these events because they’re trying to get some kind of answer or resolution to what has happened to them.”

• After years of strange encounters and even some mass UFO sightings like the one in Phoenix in 1997, Kyle said she believes the topic is being taken more seriously. “I’ve never witnessed reporting of a UFO incident or sighting unless it was followed up by a chuckle or a joke or something like that,” she continued. “Now it’s being reported with dead-seriousness.”

 

KNOXVILLE — When it comes to unidentified flying objects and extraterrestrials, the first topics that often come to mind include the mysteries surrounding Area 51, the 1947 Roswell UFO incident, claims of alien abductions and strange UFO sightings.

For decades, the topic of extraterrestrials has captured the imagination of millions around the world, from the hardcore UFO enthusiasts and researchers to the curious, bringing them together at conventions across the country.

On Aug. 17 and 18, the Knoxville Convention Center will host the first AlienXPO convention to focus on extraterrestrial phenomena. The convention will feature panelists, vendors and a space in which like-minded people can talk about their UFO experiences and theories.

Attendees will also get a chance to learn more about UFO sightings in Tennessee from Angelia Sheer, state director of the Mutual UFO Network.

“Never before has Knoxville hosted an event that will allow attendees to hear real events concerning extraterrestrial phenomena. There will be people from every walk of life together in one place to hear, share and be floored by the research presented,” Katina Kyle, a producer of the Mysterious Radio podcast and one of the event organizers, said in a press release.

Kyle has interviewed some of the foremost UFO researchers in the world. She said she’s always been fascinated with the topic of UFOs and with sci-fi media.

“I just feel like something’s out there, and I’ve always been a skywatcher,” she said. “The curiosity is there in all of us.”

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