MUFON state director to present UFO lecture Nov. 12

Kansas City, Missouri, November 9, 2013

Contact Margie Kaymargiekay06@yahoo.com or call 816-833-1602.

Mutual UFO Network Missouri State Director Debbie Ziegelmeyer will present a lecture about the strange unexplained lights, orbs, and groups of lights over the State of Missouri in the past two years, and the possible link between other strange phenomena and lines of latitude.

Debbie will speak at the next Kansas City MUFON meeting on Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at DiCarlo's Restaurant.

Debbie Ziegelmeyer is a member of the International MUFON Board of Directors and Missouri State Director.

Many UFO sighting reports are made to MUFON from the State of Missouri, which is currently experiencing a "UFO Flap," which is an unusual high number of sightings. Kansas City has been experiencing more sightings than normal for the past 2 1/2 years. Much of this has been covered in the news.

Kansas City MUFON Meetings are held the second Tuesday of every month unless otherwise noted. A donation is requested to cover room rental and speaker travel expenses. All are welcome to attend. Meetings are open to the public and press. No one under 16 allowed.

6:30 PM - 8:45 PM DiCarlo's Restaurant (formerly the Mustard Seed) 15015 E U.S. Hwy 40 64136 816-373-4240

No cameras or filming allowed without prior authorization. MEDIA:

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