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CNY Skeptics 2012 Meeting

Postby hardindr » Mon Aug 13, 2012 6:57 pm

CNY Skeptics
P.O. Box 417

Fayetteville, NY 13066-0417

Phone: 315-636-6533

E-Mail: info@cnyskeptics.org
Web: cnyskeptics.org

August 14, 2012

For Immediate Release:

"After the Abduction, The Rest of the Betty and Barney Hill Story"

Presentation by Kitty Mervine

Sponsored by CNY Skeptics

Time: Wednesday, September 19, 2012, 7:00 PM

Where: Buckland Community Room at the Dewitt
Community Library in the Shoppingtown Mall, Dewitt, NY

Event is Free and Open to the Public

Please contact 315-636-6533 or email info@cnyskeptics.org for more information

Presentation Summary:

Kitty Mervine shares with us her insights as an alien abduction specialist.  Kitty has recently been researching the Hill archival material at the University of New Hampshire and shares with us what happened to Betty and Barney Hill after their abduction.  Alien abduction, and the aftermath, in general will also be covered.  

Presenter Bio:

Kitty Mervine is a professional artist and teacher. Her artwork has appeared in shows and galleries in both the US and Europe.  Kitty is currently in charge of investigations for Granite State Skeptics <www.granitestateskeptics.org> and has lectured on aliens and UFOs.  For the past six years she has served as an UFO/Alien expert on many web sites, answering questions using her back-up team of experts. She runs the web site badalien.org, which is geared toward people who believe that they have been abducted by aliens. Badalien.org offers alternative explanations for the abduction experience and a place where abductees can share their experiences without the fear of being ridiculed.

Central New York Skeptics (CNY Skeptics) is a community organization dedicated to the promotion of science and reason, the investigation of paranormal and fringe-science claims, and the improvement of standards for science education and critical-thinking skills.

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