WHITLEY STRIEBER

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Saturday, July 3rd • 5 p.m. • UFO Museum North Library •

Lecture – Our High-Strangeness Future: UFOs, Time Jumpers, Wormholes and the New Human
Saturday, July 3rd • 7 p.m. • UFO Museum North Library •

Panel Discussion – Abduction Panel

Sunday, July 4th • 5 p.m. • UFO Museum North Library •

Lecture – Our High-Strangeness Future: UFOs, Time Jumpers, Wormholes and the New Human

Whitley Strieber is the author of over forty works of both fiction and nonfiction. His books The Wolfen, The Hunger, Communion, and The Coming Global Superstorm (as The Day After Tomorrow) were all made into feature films. His sci-fi series Alien Hunter became the SyFy Channel series Hunters. His latest releases include A New World, Afterlife Revolution, and Jesus: A New Vision.
 

In 1985, Whitley had a close encounter of the third kind. It led to the writing of the epic bestseller Communion that changed the way the world thinks about this enigmatic experience. When he eventually realized that the experience could not be attributed to known factors, he began making an effort to recontact what he calls “the visitors.” The response has been ongoing for the past thirty years and has been chronicled in several of his works. Many people have encountered the visitors with Whitley, placing it among the most witnessed paranormal events in history.