Friday, July 3rd • 10 a.m. • Convention Center Nancy Lopez/Robert Goddard Room •
Lecture – Xenoarchaeology: The Science of Hunting Alien Artifacts
Saturday, July 4th • 2 p.m. • UFO Museum Video Room •
Lecture – Xenoarchaeology: The Science of Hunting Alien Artifacts
Saturday, July 4th • 6 p.m. • Convention Center Exhibit Hall •
Panel Discussion – The Roswell Report Part 1
Sunday, July 5th • 5 p.m. • UFO Museum North Library •
Panel Discussion – The Roswell Report Part 2

KimblerFrank Kimbler is an Assistant Professor of the Earth Science at the New Mexico Military Institute and a xenoarchaeologist (a scientists who hunts alien artifacts, or at least tries to).  He has worked as a professional geologist for almost 30 years and has taught school for almost 1/2 of that time. He has worked as an oceanographer for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and as a mining engineer for the State of Arizona.  He moved to New Mexico in 2009 after accepting a teaching position at the New Mexico Military Institute in Roswell. Shortly after moving to Roswell he took a keen interest in the story behind the Roswell UFO incident. His research has resulted in the discovery of a number of physical artifacts from the Roswell UFO debris field area including metallic fragments, bakelite plastic like material, military buttons and a 50-caliber bullet (WW2 era ?). His research has been featured on a several National Geographic TV programs, the History Channel, and numerous Internet talk shows about UFO’s.  He does not like secrets and is dedicated to discovering answers and using good science to prove that we are not alone in the universe.
Frank Kimbler brings credibility to the science of ufology by using remote sensing, sophisticated radiation detecting equipment, and electronic metal detectors to search for artifacts. Given the opportunity he would welcome the idea of having a S.W.A.T. team of good researchers to investigate the global UFO phenomena and the hunt for alien artifacts.