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Breakfast with James Clarkson

9:30 a.m. doors & food, 10 a.m. event

May 21

10:00 am

$25

Presented by UFO investigator James Clarkson.

This year marks 70 years since the advent of the modern era of UFOs into our awareness as a society. How have we been changed? What has this awareness done to how we perceive our world? What comes next?

James Clarkson explores these vital questions in a presentation that represents a culmination of all he has learned from 30-plus years of investigating UFOs. The foundation of Clarkson’s findings are based upon the four major elements that combine in a variety of ways to result in our perception of UFO reality: the public, the media, the government and the visitors.

About the Speaker
James Clarkson has devoted much of his life to investigations – he is a former police officer who has worn many hats, as a patrol supervisor, a detective sergeant, fatal accident team supervisor and training officer. After 20 years’ service, he became a child abuse detective and he worked 10 years as a fraud investigator for a state agency. Parallel to working on criminal investigations, James has had a lifelong passionate curiosity about UFOs. In the last 30 years he has investigated more than 700 UFO reports for the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON).

In 1986 he joined MUFON. Applying the same passion for solving mysteries to the world of high strangeness, Clarkson serves as the Washington State Director of MUFON and the Special Assignments Team for MUFON. He has lectured at many UFO events across the country from Roswell, NM, to McMinnville, OR, and in 2010 in Paris as well as appearances on radio and TV. He is the author of Tell My Story: June Crain, the Air Force & UFOs as well as the Westport UFO Crash Retrieval Event.

Breakfast Buffet
-Buttermilk Biscuits & Sausage Gravy
-Scrambled Eggs
-Assorted Breakfast Breads & Pastries
-Fresh Fruit
-Cottage Potatoes
-Country Sausage Links & Smoked Bacon
-Juice, Coffee & Tea

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