Wherever UFOs have been seen around the world, people can bet that there will be a team of investigators at the ready to do their best to identify the objects. Often times, the sightings end up being something manmade or simply a meteor, quickly solving the “unidentified” aspect of the object. However, now and again, there isn’t always an answer and it keeps ever curious people wondering: is there extraterrestrial life present on Earth?
It’s time for the Quinault Beach Resort and Casino’s to host the annual UFO/Paranormal Summit conference that delves into these questions with prominent speakers who openly share their research and experiences.
Beginning on Friday, March 1, at 6:00 p.m. and continuing through Sunday, March 3, at 12:00 p.m., this gathering is an ideal time for a relaxing break where everyone can partake on a weekend of activities and forums while checking out what else the casino has for a fun time. All people from first-time conference attendees to professional researchers will be at the QBRC for a weekend of information and fun at the UFO/Paranormal Summit conference.
Tickets can be purchased online or at the door for $45 each. Workshop tickets that include access to an event with the one and only Derrel Sims, The Alien Hunter, on Sunday comes with a free t-shirt and a weekend pass as well, all for $100. On Sunday, there will be three rotating workshops with Maurene Morgan, Derrel Sims and the UFO iTeam that is limited to 45 people total. Each group of 15 guests will go through all three workshops. There will also be one or two surprise speakers in attendance.
For conference attendees, there is a special rate for the weekend at the QBRC that includes two tickets to the Friday through Saturday events and two free t-shirts. The UFO Summit Room package starts at just $349 for a two-night stay, so make sure to reserve a room while they are still available.
To start off the conference on Friday at 6:00 p.m., attendees will have a chance to look through plenty of themed vendors with an array of items like reading materials, clothing and other mementos are souvenirs. A meet and greet with the speakers awaits guests from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. where everyone will have the opportunity to ask questions, snap some pictures and receive autographs. At 9:00 p.m. on Friday, witness testimonies are to take place, making it the perfect time to share a paranormal experience with others.
An enthralling list of speakers awaits guests:
- Derrel Sims, The Alien Hunter. The Alien Hunter has upwards of 38 years of field experience and research and is the global “leading expert on alien abductions” with a background as a military police officer and also as a CIA operative. Sims is also a therapist now and has helped many people around the world who have had mysterious encounters to work with them to understand what they have been through.
- Reverend Sarah Nash. Reverend Sarah Nash is the president and founder of White Light Express and is a known spiritual medium who focuses her abilities on clairaudience and clairvoyance. In her work in investigations with law enforcement and with clients, Nash works with these presences that she often refers to as “far friends.” Don’t miss this opportunity to hear about her experiences and how they could be applied elsewhere.
- UFOiTEAM. The UFOiTEAM is a group of researchers and people who have also been through a paranormal event themselves and work with one another to investigate UFO-related phenomena. They work through online media and also within communities to educate and give others a designated place to relay their experience. There are plans to create a television pilot in the future and pitch it.
- Aleta DeBee. Aleta DeBee is an experienced field investigator and the assistant director of MUFON (Mutual UFO Network) in Washington State. She has studied paranormal abduction to help people who have been through these contacts and help them to make more sense of what happened. She says that these phenomena are important to better understand our planet, its past and future.
- Maury Island Incident with Steve Edmiston and Scott Schaefer. Steve Edmiston is founder of Quadrant 45, is a writer and independent film producer, and also an attorney at Bracepoint Law in Seattle. He is the co-founder of the Maury Island Incident Historical Society and puts on the “Burning Saucer” each year. Scott Schaefer has over 33 years of multimedia experience and is an award-winning director and producer. He now oversees a network of local blogs for South King Media. For more information, visit Schaefer’s website.
- Maurene Morgan. Maurene Morgan is a certified field investigator who has experience in reports of entities, mental and physical procedures, and UFOs and is also Washington State MUFON state section director. She also heads up the Olympic UFO Meet Up in Port Townsend and an additional group for those that say they have been through a paranormal experience.