Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Dallas-Fort Worth MUFON--Ken Gerhard lecture

My good friend Nick Redfern, on his "There's Something in The Woods" blog, reviews this past weekend's lecture by our other good friend and fellow researcher of all things strange and unknown,Ken Gerhard.

Sounds like it was a very informative and thought provoking lecture. Wish I could've attended. Maybe next time!
Nick gives a recount of the weekend which you can read here :

Flying "Things": A Review


  1. Hi! I just discovered your blog, it's really interesting! I'm a Mexican comic book artist, and I have a project about dinosaurs. I was wondering if you could recommend me any cryptozoology site, book or info source where I could find information about them. Thank you!

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  3. Hello there Mariana!
    There are a lot of excellent researchers out there,but some fantastic sites to hit are definitely the Centre for Fortean Zoology's,my friends Nick Redfern and Ken Gerhard(Their links can all be found right here on my blog page),and my friend Randy @ http://www.myspace.com/the_cryptozoologistThanks again for your comment. I look forward to seeing your work. Please keep me updated!

  4. Ken Gerhard rocks, Raven.

    I also wish I could have attended.

    And welcome, Mariana!!!



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