Fox and screenwriter and film producer Tracy Torme are working together on a new feature film, 701, a documentary which explores the origins of the UFO phenomenon and the government suppression of evidence. 701 refers to the number of cases that remained unexplained as part of Project Blue Book, the study of UFOs conducted by US Air Force from 1948 – 1969.
Paola Leopizzi Harris (Italy/Europe/Vatican) is an Italo-American photojournalist and investigative reporter in the field of extraterrestrial related phenomena research. She is also a widely published, free-lance writer, especially in Europe. She has studied extraterrestrial related phenomena since 1979 and is on personal terms with many of the leading researchers in the field. From 1980-1986 she assisted Dr. J. Allen Hyneck with his UFO investigations and has interviewed many top military witnesses concerning their involvement in the government truth embargo. Read more…
Writer, reporter, and paranormal expert Lee Speigel is the former host of NBC Radio’s “The Edge of Reality.” He’s hosted nearly 1,500 programs on unexplained phenomena, and previously worked at Westwood One Radio and ABCNews.com. He is the only person to produce a presentation at the United Nations on the subject of UFOs.
Esen Sekerkarar first started lecturing internationally at the San Marino World UFO Congress. She appeared as a guest speaker at conferences and radio shows in Italy, England, USA including prestigious MUFON International UFO Symposiums. Esen was also the International MUFON Representative for Turkey for many years. She continues her work in the UFO field as a freelance researcher and lecturer.
Scott Colborn began his life-long interest in the paranormal at age 8 when he received a gift in the form of a pictorial book on UFOs from a colleague of his agronomist/scientist father. A daylight UFO sighting witnessed by three other people in 1974 spurred him on further to read everything he could on the subject.
Jennifer Stein’s groundbreaking documentary “The Disclosure Dialogues: It Could Happen Tomorrow” won the EBE awards at the 2012 International UFO Congress for “Best UFO Documentary” and for “The People Choice Award.” This is a beautifully edited, three camera presentation capturing private conversations the public doesn’t always have a chance to hear.
Karen Gresham Nickell believes that love is the key to humanity’s galactic mission in raising consciousness for contact with extraterrestrials. As a clinical Hypnotherapist, Karen interviewed hundreds of coal miners who were witnesses to extraordinary events in the Virginia UFO Sightings of 1987 as described in the book Don’t Look Up. Read more…