International UFO Congress

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The International UFO Congress is an organization in Arizona dedicated to the dissemination of information related to many aspects of ufology. It was established in 1991 and hosts an annual conference. Previously held in Laughlin, Nevada, the conference moved to the Phoenix, Arizona area in 2011. It features presentations given by authors, researchers, experts, enthusiasts, and those who claim to have witnessed paranormal or anomalous phenomena from all over the world. This week-long event usually has over thirty speakers, a film festival, vendors, and "experiencer" and findings-discussion sessions. Topics generally covered are alien abduction, UFO sightings, UFO crashes, crop circles, paranormal experiences, and government conspiracy.

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The International UFO Congress was owned by the Brown family[which?], who in 2010 turned over the conference to Open Minds Production.[1]


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