November 27, 2009, 10:09 AM / 2 comments
A well known UFO researcher, considered one of the "Founding Fathers" of UFO studies, will speak next week at Niagara County Community College.
Ted Phillips, director of the Center for Physical Trace Research, will speak at 7 p.m. Wednesday in room E-142 of the college.
Phillips, a field engineer and professional photographer, has collected and analyzed more than 3,000 UFO landing and material-evidence cases.
He has been directly involved in many famous cases. His investigation of a reported landing at Delphos, Kan., is considered a model for scientific investigation of UFO landings and trace-evidence analysis. At Delphos, a glowing soil ring left after the reported UFO touched down yielded evidence of massive chemical changes in soil and plant life, and adverse health effects on humans and animals that came in contact with it.
Phillips has appeared on television numerous times, notably in the series "In Search Of...," in the current SciFi Channel "UFO Hunters" series, as well as on several History Channel documentaries.
He is presently investigating a Midwestern site called Marley Woods, where UFO sightings, strange light orbs, mystery animal sightings and domestic animal-mutilation cases have all been reported.
Phillips will be preceded by a short introduction on UFO studies by Dr. Philip Haseley of NCCC's department of anthropology. A voluntary donation of $3 for Niagara Hospice will be collected at the door. Phillips' appearance is sponsored
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