Contact in the Desert 2017

May 3, 2017

 

About Contact in the Desert, CTITD

 

Indian Wells, CA – Interest in Contact in the Desert, the largest UFO conference in the world, is surging due to a recent story in the New York Times detailing some of the findings of a “mysterious UFO program,” that included video of a Navy F/A-18 Super Hornet encountering an unknown flying object. The video was released by the Defense Department’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, an initiative funded from 2007 to 2012 by then Senate majority leader Harry Reid. The article details a 22 million-dollar program hidden deep within the Pentagon budget with the expressed intent “to investigate aerial threats,” including what the military preferred to call “unidentified aerial phenomena” or simply “objects.” The story explains that this is big news as the United States military had announced in 1969 that UFOs were not worth studying. 

 

CONTACT in the DESERT holds its 6th annual event at a new location, the Renaissance Resort and Hotel in Indian Wells, California. There on June 1 – 4, CONTACT in the DESERT will bring together an all-star team of experts to discuss the latest developments in the field, including the recently disclosed secret Pentagon UFO program. More than a conference the event is a portal through which attendees can gain knowledge and the most up-to-date info on UFOs and ancient alien studies.

 

 

Review of Contact In The Desert:

 

We like to have a good time, and we certainly did at Contact in the Desert 2017. Contact in the Desert is where you meet like minded individuals that are interested in the UFO Alien topic and provides many workshops, classes and experiences for everyone. There's plenty to pick from and lots of things to do and UFOlogists to meet! Below is our Probecast about our exoperiences and some things we saw in the desert night sky!

 

 

 

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