Friday, July 1st • 12 p.m. • UFO Museum North Library •
Lecture – The Alien End Game: Integration, Spiritual Enlightenment or Something Else?
Friday, July 1st • 6 p.m. • Convention Center Exhibit Hall •
Panel Discussion – The Abduction Panel
Saturday, July 2nd • 12 p.m. • UFO Museum North Library •
Lecture – Not Your Grandmother’s Abduction
Kathleen Marden is a leading ufologist known around the English speaking world for her work as a UFO and ET contact researcher, scholar, author and lecturer. She is the Mutual UFO Network’s Director of Experiencer Research and is the recipient of MUFON’s 2012 “Ufologist of the Year” award. Her educational background in the social sciences has shaped her interest in scientific ufology. Extensive research and investigation has convinced her that some UFOs and alien encounters are real. She earned a B.A. degree in social work from the University of New Hampshire and participated in graduate studies in education while working as a teacher and education services coordinator. Her scholarship led to acceptance into the Alpha Kappa Delta sociology honor society. During her fifteen years as an educator, she innovated, designed and implemented model educational programs. She also held a supervisory position, coordinating, training and evaluating education staff. Kathleen has written three books, Captured! The Betty and Barney Hill UFO Experience and Science was Wrong, with nuclear physicist/scientific ufologist Stanton T. Friedman, and The Alien Abduction Files, with Denise Stoner, and essays in several additional books. Her 4th book will be released this fall. Her articles have been published in the MUFON UFO Journal, Open Minds, Alternate Perceptions and FATE magazines and on several websites. Kathy has appeared in television and radio programs in the US, Canada, Australia and the UK, and has lectured throughout the United States and internationally. She is recognized as the world’s leading expert on her aunt and uncle, Betty and Barney Hill’s abduction case. You can purchase autographed copies of her books or read her articles at www.kathleen-marden.com.