The night sky is full of endless possibilities and when witnesses catch glimpses of UFOs, there is no doubt that seasoned teams of investigators are ready to gear up to get to the bottom of the sightings. More often than not, the UFOs end up being something like a meteor or manmade aircraft, closing the case on the “unidentified” aspect. But there are still instances when reports are inconclusive, begging the question of whether extraterrestrial life has come to Earth.
Hosted by the Quinault Beach Resort and Casino (QBRC), the annual UFO/Paranormal Summit conference is coming to Ocean Shores. This event brings together educated speakers to shed light on these mysteries and share their experiences.
The action all starts on Friday, March 1, at 6:00 p.m. with plenty to see and do through Sunday, March 3, at 12:00 p.m. Grab a friend or two and join in on a weekend of activities, forums, and more while also taking in everything that the resort has to offer its guests. From professional researchers to first-time attendees, people can expect a conference full of information, getting to know people, and fun.
Snag a ticket online now for $45 each or pick one up at the event. For those looking for a more in-depth experience, for $100 per ticket, workshop tickets are available that include a private workshop on Sunday with the famous Derrel Sims, The Alien Hunter. The workshop ticket includes a weekend pass and complimentary t-shirt, too. For workshop participants, there will be three rotating workshops with the UFO iTeam, Maurene Morgan, and Derrel Sims with seats limited to 45 total. Each group will have 15 people who will cycle through all of the workshops and there will be a surprise speaker or two, as well.
Make it a complete weekend getaway and check out the special UFO Summit Room package at the QBRC that includes two tickets for the Friday through Saturday events and two t-shirts as a gift. Reserve a room now for a two-night stay beginning at $349 while they are still available.
The fun arrives on Friday at 6:00 p.m. when there will be the chance for people to pick up some mementos as they browse through lots of themed vendors with everything from reading materials, clothing, and other souvenirs. Next, bring questions and say hello to the guest speakers with a meet and greet from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. and get an autograph and take some photos. Have a paranormal story to share? Check out the witness testimonies at 9:00 p.m. on Friday and share a UFO or paranormal experience and listen to other accounts, too.
A fantastic and diverse group of speakers awaits the conference audience:
- Aleta DeBee. Aleta DeBee has said that studying certain phenomena is important for the all people to better understand and interpret our world, its past, and its future. DeBee is a seasoned field investigator and also the assistant director of MUFON (Mutual UFO Network) in Washington. She has studied paranormal abduction and works to help people make sense of whatever they have encountered.
- Derrel Sims, The Alien Hunter. Derrel Sims is the “leading expert in alien abductions” with almost 40 years of field experience and research. He also has a work history as a CIA operative and military police officer, too. Sims keeps busy as a therapist, having helped hundreds from near and far to help people better understand the encounters that they have been through.
- Maury Island Incident with Steve Edmiston and Scott Schaefer. Scott Schaefer has over 33 years of experience in multimedia, with an impressive record of being an award-winning director/producer. He is head of a network of local blogs for South King Media. For more information, see Schaefer’s website. Steve Edmiston is the creator of Quadrant 45 and is also a writer, independent film producer, and attorney in Seattle at Bracepoint Law. He is a co-founder of the Maury Island Incident Historical Society and hosts the Burning Saucer, an annual event each year.
- Reverend Sarah Nash. Nash is the president/founder of White Light Express and is a prominent spiritual medium who is known to focus her gifts on clairvoyance and clairaudience. She works with beings known as “far friends” and helps clients and also in law enforcement cases. This is a wonderful chance to learn about what she has to say and take away your own ideas, too.
- Maurene Morgan. Maurene Morgan is a certified field investigator with a history in reports of entities, UFOs, and mental/physical procedures. She is a Washington MUFON state section director and operates the Port Townsend Olympic UFO Meet Up and runs a side group for people that have experienced encounters.
- UFOiTEAM. This team is unique in that the members have been through paranormal events and have become researchers who work together to investigate phenomena. People will find them working within communities and using online media to educate people, as well. They have plans to produce a TV pilot and pitch that in the future, too.
Ticket quantities are limited, so be sure to buy a ticket while supplies last with this ever growing conference. For a complete schedule and more information, take a look at the official UFO/Paranormal Summit website.