Danbury Library presents: Western CT UFO Conference 2021 - a Pictorial History of Lost, Forgotten and Obscure UFO Encounters
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Author and aerospace historian, Michael Schratt discusses his new illustrated book, DARK FILES: A Pictorial History of Lost Forgotten and Obscure UFO Encounters. This book covers the work he did between 2008 and 2009, as he meticulously reviewed a minimum of 50,000 cases that were preserved at the CUFOS (Center for UFO Studies). He will discuss several unusual cases in his book and much more.
Michael Schratt (military aerospace historian) has lectured across the country on the subject of “Mystery Aircraft”, and classified propulsion systems buried deep within the military industrial complex. Michael has developed a number of contacts who have had first hand experience dealing with classified “black programs”, including former USAF pilots, retired Naval personnel and aerospace engineers who have maintained a TOP SECRET Q “MAJIC” clearance. A private pilot and military aerospace historian, he currently works as an aerospace draftsman/researcher.
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