It looked like fun, even though I'm not really into the UFO phenomena thing that much, but there are speakers and authors there who I greatly respect and have read their books, like
Kim Carlsberg, The Crow, The Key and 1993
Whitley Strieber, Kim Carlsberg, Erich von Daniken,
Graham Hancock (my favourite speaker on the programe and who's fiction book 'Entangled' I'm reading at the moment),
Graham Hancock's Brisbane Talk (2014)
Peter Levenda, Jacques Vallee.
Plus there are other's there like George Noory, Robert Schoch, Giorgio A Tsoukalos and Robert Bauval who I would have been interested in seeing.
There are also a lot of speakers I see on the program that I'm not familiar with and others who I think are batshit crazy, or just plain charlatans.
I don't know if I would want to fly from Australia and spend the weekend in a desert, but it does look interesting and it would have been fun trying to spot a few secret agents there from the
Tek-Gnostics Network blog who were there undercover.
I like how it was the 40 year anniversary of the
'Close Encounters' movie and Jacques Vallee (aged 77) was there ("The last scene to be filmed was the opening scene in the desert.")
("The character of Claude Lacombe (François Truffaut) is based on real-life French UFO expert Jacques Vallée.") and it was the 30 year anniversary of the
U2 'Joshua Tree' album (not that U2 were there).
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