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BRANTFORD AUTHOR BOB MITCHELL TO SPEAK ABOUT MOUNT PLEASANT UFO EVENT AT WINDSOR PARANORMAL CONFERENCE.
BRANTFORD, Ontario (TNWS) – Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015 – Canadian author, journalist Bob Mitchell will be one of the guest speakers on Saturday at the inaugural Rose City Paracon conference in Windsor, Ontario.
Mitchell will be talking about his book “Incident at Pleasant Ridge-A Canadian UFO Mystery, which deals with the strange incident that occurred on Joe Borda’s tobacco farm in Mount Pleasant, Ontario on July 6, 1975.
“Something landed on Joe Borda’s farm that afternoon but we still don’t know what,” Mitchell, a Brantford resident said. “Was it an experimental military aircraft or was it of extraterrestrial origin? One thing is absolutely certain. There was a cover-up involved.”
Joining him on stage will be Michelle McKay, great nice of the late Henry McKay, one of the world’s most prominent UFO imnreat-niece of the late Henry McKay, one of the world’s most prominent UFO investigators. She will present the first public viewing of one of the “Joe Borda” files from her uncle’s incredible UFO archives. Henry McKay was one of the first modern day researchers to specialize in physical trace evidence.
“This will be another milestone in his legacy,” said McKay, a Collingwood resident. “He specialized in actual physical traces of UFOs. When a UFO reportedly landed, he was the one they called to investigate.”
McKay was the first female paranormal investigator to host a national television show in Canada, and the first female Canadian paranormal investigator to host a television series in the USA. She has been a paranormal investigator for more than 20 years. She is also a UFO researcher, following her great-uncle’s legacy. And she is the Director of one of Canada’s oldest ghost investigation organizations.
In 2002, she founded Cold Spot Paranormal Research™, which investigates ghosts, hauntings, poltergeists and demons. Her interest in ghosts started when she was a child growing up in a haunted house with a poltergeist.
But having had her great uncle’s files passed down to her she has now become a prominent UFO investigator, hoping to follow in her great uncle’s footsteps.
“Even up to the age 80 just before he passed away, I will never forget him standing in the kitchen telling me about another UFO case he was working on.”
This intriguing case will be explored further on stage with Mitchell providing insights from his book while McKay presenting information never before revealed to the public about this mysterious incident that still remains unsolved today.
A frequent late-night radio guest, including on George Noory’s Coast to Coast show, Mitchell, a former crime reporter and sports writer for The Toronto Star, is also the author of “Intrusion-Alien Encounters” and expects to publish his third UFO book “What If? – Close Encounters of the Unusual Kind” in November.
The first-ever Windsor Paracon is being hosted by local investigate groups, High Spirits Paranormal, Razor Paranormal and features an array of paranormal and UFO speakers from Canada and the United States. Topics presented by the guest speakers at southwestern Ontario’s premier paranormal conference will cover everything from ghosts and haunting to psychics and mediums and UFO sightings and research
The McKay-Mitchell talk will be one of the few UFO presentations at the inaugural Windsor event, which will include celebrated paranormal investigators such as Jeff Belanger, and Katrina Weidman.
The conference is being held Saturday, Sept. 26 at the Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites.
To see a full list of speakers and for more information, visit Rose City Paracon’s web site at www.rosecityparacon.com
Speakers will be available for a meet and greet throughout the day in addition to a Q & A following their presentations. There will also be a vendor’s area. The one-day conference is ideally located just five minutes from the Canadian-American international border and easily accessible from all major highways from Windsor and Detroit.
Tickets are limited so those interested in attending are encouraged to order their tickets in advance online.
A portion of ticket sales will be donated to the W.E. Care for Kids non-profit organization that raises funds for local paediatric programs at Windsor Regional Hospital, Met and Quellette Campuses, Leamington District Memorial Hospital, John McGivney Children’s Centre, Windsor Essex Therapeutic Riding Association as well as the W.E. Care Kids House.
WHEN: SAT. SEPT. 26, 2015
WHERE: – Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites.
1855 Huron Church Rd. Windsor, Ontario
TIME: 9 A.M. TO 7 P.M.
COST: $55 online or $60 at the door
MEDIA CONTACT: John White
Rose City Paracon
Cell: (519) 567-3737