Lecture: UFODAP – Monitoring UFO Hot Spots in Real-Time
In this groundbreaking presentation, Christopher O’Brien gives us a virtual guided tour of America’s best-kept paranormal secret—Colorado’s San Luis Valley (SLV) and presents the groundbreaking UFO Data Acquisition Project: (UFODAP) a multi-instrumented, triangulated array of camera and detection sensors all coordinated to gather hard data from real-time UAP/UFO events. The first array has been installed in the SLV and includes a magnetometer, accelerometer and other UFO/UAP detection gear. The system also features custom motion detection, recording and motion tracking software.
The San Luis Valley is the first of several UFODAP systems that are being installed in hot spot locations around the US and then around the world.
Our first location is in South Central Colorado/North Central New Mexico’s San Luis Valley, which could be called America’s most anomalous region. Perched at the top of North America at 7,500 feet; completely ringed by majestic mountains, the remote SLV has a bewildering variety and intensity of documented unexplained phenomena and is acknowledged as the ‘world’s largest alpine valley.’
This historic effort truly represents a giant leap forward in the scientific study of anomalous aerial events and this presentation should not be missed!
Bio: From 1992 to 2002 Christopher O’Brien investigated hundreds of unexplained events in South-central Colorado/North-central New Mexico. His findings can be found in his “mysterious valley” book trilogy and documentation of his field investigation of UAPs/UFOs, cattle mutilations, crypto-creatures, suspected military activity, etc., is one of the largest databases of unexplained occurrences gathered from a single geographic region. His latest book Stalking the Herd is the most comprehensive book ever written unraveling the controversial “cattle mutilation” mystery.
O’Brien has appeared on over 80 TV show segments and hundreds of radio programs including; Coast to Coast, Ancient Aliens, UFO Hunters, Inside Edition, Extra, etc., and he co-produced the film It Could Happen Tomorrow winner of two 2012 EBE film festival awards—for Best Feature and the “Peoples Choice” Award.
He is also the spokesperson and founding member of the UFO Data Acquisition Project, which is conducting scientific hard data gathering of unexplained aerial activity in the San Luis Valley and elsewhere.