Dent County Historical Society holding program on UFO sightings in the area

    Dr. Emmett Reary will speak about the local history of UFO sighting in Dent and surrounding counties, Tuesday, August 14, 2018 at 6 p.m. at the Salem Pizza Inn.
    The program is free and open to the public. Food and drinks are not provided. Discussions starts at 5 p.m., if you would like to join the group for dinner. The event is part of the Dent County Historical Society's Speakers Series.

    You may have thought the Dr. Reary was just a chiropractor. He is not, he is a volunteer that research siting's of UFO, strange lights in the sky, things that seem to be hovering just above the road or uncanny things that one might see in the sky at night.
    Dr. Reary, a part of the Missouri Chapter of the Mutual UFO Network that follow-up on UFO sighting reports in the Dent and surrounding counties. Dr. Reary is in charge of the Central South section of Missouri investigating sightings. He one of seven section directors in Missouri.
    The Mission of the Missouri Chapter of the Mutual UFO Network is the collection and analysis of UFO data with the ultimate goal of learning the origin and nature of the UFO phenomenon.
    If a person wishes to report a sighting please go to the main MUFON website at
    First, your sighting will be referred to a local MUFON Field Investigator, like Dr. Reary, who will contact you for additional information. You may remain anonymous if desired. All UFO reports are taken seriously, however, please do not waste MUFON’s volunteers time with hoaxes.
    Children daydreamed after watching E.T. flying on a bicycle in the sky. After the movie, more people started looking to the night sky for aliens, UFOs and different shaped lights. Maybe the sightings are not extraterrestrials or military planes flying overhead hovering, and it might be interesting to listen to Dr. Reary, who might give one insight to what is going on in the sky above.
    For more information, call Deloris Gray Wood, president of the Dent County Historical Society at 573 729 -2545.

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