Saturday, June 30, 2012

Rep. King receives affidavits on missile disabling

ROSWELL — The office of U.S. Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) has acknowledged receipt of affidavits from retired Air Force officers and other documents pertaining to multiple, unauthorized incursions over U.S. nuclear installations and the disabling of nuclear missiles at these installations by craft of unknown origin.
Robert Salas 




The evidentiary documents are directly related to national security concerns, said retired Air Force Capt. Robert Salas.


The documents have been submitted to King for his consideration as chairman of the House Committee for Homeland Security.

Copies of these documents and correspondence have been sent to other members of the Committee for Homeland Security, he said.

Salas, an author and researcher, is in Roswell for the 2012 Galaxy Fest marking the anniversary of the 1947 Roswell Incident. The Galaxy Fest is sponsored by the International UFO Museum & Research Center.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Salas is a 1964 graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy. He served seven years on active duty before separating from the Air Force in 1971. While on active duty, he worked as a weapons controller, flew target drones, commanded inter-continental ballistic missiles as a launch officer and worked as an Air Force missile propulsion engineer on the Titan III program.

Researchers at Roswell UFO Museum

Kevin Randle and Frank Kimbler
UFO researchers Kevin Randle and Frank Kimbler are among the speakers during the 2012 Galaxy Fest this weekend and Monday at the International UFO Museum & Research Center in downtown Roswell.
Randle will speak in the UFO Museum’s North Library from 10-11:30 a.m. today and Sunday, and from 1:30-3 p.m. Monday. The topic of his talk will be “Reflections of a UFO Investigator.”
Kimbler, who spoke on Friday, the opening day of Galaxy Fest, will appear on a Roswell Panel at 7 o’clock tonight with Randle, Tom Carey, Stanton Friedman, Don Schmitt and David Rudiak. Doors open for the panel discussion at 6:30 p.m. in the UFO Museum’s North Library.
People who would like to visit with the researchers and authors attending Galaxy Fest can meet them at 9 a.m. Sunday and Monday at the UFO Museum. Authors also are available to sign their books during the day inside the museum.

Friday, June 29, 2012

Star Trek star Denise Crosby at UFO Museum


Actress Denise Crosby in front of UFO Museum's
animatronic display
Actress Denise Crosby, who created the role of Lt. Tasha Yar in Star Trek: The Next Generation, visits the International UFO Museum & Research Center during the opening day of the 2012 Roswell Galaxy Fest today.


The Galaxy Fest at the UFO Museum runs through July 2.

Crosby has been visiting with guests from through the United States and overseas, as well as signing autographs, during the Galaxy Fest.
After her role as Lt. Tasha Yar, Crosby played the mother of a dead toddler who was brought back to life through an ancient curse in Stephen King’s horror Pet Sematary novel film adaptation.
Crosby played a similar role of a mother who discovers her young daughter’s doll is evil in the Child’s Play (1988) clone Dolly Dearest (1991).

Monday, June 25, 2012

Ready for Galaxy Fest opening

Frank Kimbler (left) and Don Schmitt, featured speakers at this year's
Galaxy Fest, welcome guests arriving at the International UFO Museum
& Research Center in Roswell, New Mexico, U.S.A., this week. Galaxy
Fest begins with an 8 a.m. welcome reception Friday at the Museum.