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If anyone in the area of Greensboro has any interest in UFOs, I urge you to go attend this man’s UFO conference this weekend.

Kent Senter is a man racing against time. The 59-year-old resident of Burlington, N.C., has terminal multiple myeloma, a cancer that attacks bone marrow. Despite that, this weekend, he’ll be focused on the number one item at the top of his bucket list: to organize, sponsor and host an international UFO conference. It’s no easy task. Adding to the daily challenges of his illness, Senter has quickly pulled together an intriguing symposium over the past few months in a competitive climate where, between now and the end of the year, another dozen UFO-related conferences are scheduled around the U.S. On June 29 and 30, 12 speakers — with backgrounds in science, military, academia, sociology, investigative journalism, including government officials of Chile and France — will come together for Senter’s 2013 Symposium On Official And Scientific Investigations Of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, at the Greensboro War Memorial Auditorium in Greensboro, NC.

Help make this man’s dream come true!  Share this news with your friends, especially anyone in North Carolina.  And get out to the conference today or tomorrow. I wish I could be there, but I’d love to hear how it goes!

Kent and Patty Senter. Kent has terminal cancer, and the UFO conference he has organized and is putting on this weekend is his dream come true. Go support him!

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