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Welcome Martin Willis

USI Calgary

J. Randall Murphy
Staff member
MartinWillis-01b.png Martin Willis has been fascinated with the subject of UFOs since his youth, yet he was on the fence about the subject until he experienced a personal sighting in 2006 in Carmel Valley, CA. That sighting solidified his belief that Unidentifiable Flying Objects really do exist. Since this time, Martin has paid attention to what others have to say about the phenomenon with an open mind.

Pondering what UFOs may be, or if they are possibly extraterrestrial, helped spark his interest to another level. Martin thinks we may never find out what people are really seeing, but in his opinion, it is a most important and exciting puzzle to solve. Whatever the answer will be, he doesn’t think it will be mundane.

Martin has always had a strong scientific fascination with our vast universe. One of his interests is astronomy. Martin feels certain that we are not alone, and thinks it is possible that some small compartmentalized part of our government may know that and keeps it from us.

Martin created Podcast UFO in November, 2011. Visit Podcast UFO
The show will be recorded 5:00 PM ( MDT ) Nov 09 ( Friday ).
As usual, your questions and comments for discussion are welcomed below.

To Add - Got any old pieces of art or antiques hanging around? Wondering what they're worth? Martin is a longtime antique & fine art appraiser. Checkout: The Antique Auction Forum – Antiques, Art, Vintage and Collectibles Blog and Research Information - Hosted by Martin Willis :cool: .
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