This is the final clip in a series taken from the 5th Annual Crash Retrieval Conference held in Las Vegas, in November of 2007. Tracie interviews these gracious conference attendees from East Florida, Brazil, Kansas, and California. Their comments are fairly representative of many of the other attendees that we had a chance to talk to over the two days we stayed at the conference.
Jenna is a representative of sorts; taking "lots of notes" and gathering information to take back and present to her UFO group. She has had one UFO sighting herself in New Hampshire, accompanied by the famous Betty Hill. But as she says, "You don't have to have a sighting to believe in this, all you have to do is read and research." While she has hoped for decades that the government might finally release some information about UFOs, Jenna is enthused by what she's heard at the conference and things may be beginning to materialize.
An anonymous attendee from Brazil tells us about a UFO sighting he had 25 years ago. Every evening, an object that they could "clearly see" would move up and down, and back and forth for up to 45 minutes. He agrees with many of the other witnesses of those events, that they were watching what could be a portal to another dimension because of the regular, periodic activity around that particular location.
David has never seen a UFO, but is a believer and has come from Kansas to hear more information that is available about UFO technology. He came to the right place because this UFO conference has a strong reputation for its emphasis on physical evidence and professional research. He hopes that someday this UFO technology will become common place in society instead of hidden away. He feels that this suppressed technology could eliminate our dependence on oil and gas.
Cal hails from our old stomping grounds around Thousand Oaks, California, and waxes philosophical about the public's desire for information about UFOs as reflected by recent discussions by main stream media figures (Larry King, Tim Russert) and an upcoming, nationally reported press conference in Washington, D.C.. Cal goes on to describe how the government classifies the information they have gathered about UFOs while at the same time debunking the subject to trivialize it in the public's mind. While he has not seen one himself, he believes in UFOs because "it's the whole world who's had this experience." He goes on to point out that the car and airplane are both about 100 year old technology and we think we are advanced. How advanced would a civilization be that was a million years ahead of us? And we all have to agree with Cal's final words: "Yep, just keep looking up!"