Local UFO expertis at conference

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Old Town resident and UFO and Paranormal researcher Malcolm Robinson, will be giving a lecture at the second Scottish UFO and Paranormal Conference at Glasgow on Saturday June 25.

Conference at Glasgow on Saturday June 25.

Malcolm will be lecturing on what for him are the best British poltergeist cases, of which he says there have been a number of extraordinary events over the years.

Other topics covered at the conference range from UFO sightings across Scotland, A Paranormal history of “Nessie”, Demons and Dark Places, Bigfoot sightings in the United Kingdom to Great Britain’s biggest ever UFO incident.

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Malcolm has been interested in the strange world of UFOs and the paranormal for as long as he can remember and in 1979 formed the research group Strange Phenomena Investigations, (SPI).

He has written for many of the world’s UFO and paranormal magazines and has assisted numerous UK and overseas television stations with programmes on UFOs and the paranormal and has represented Scotland at international UFO conferences all over Europe.

He is also one of the few people in the world that has gone looking for Nessie in a submarine.

His fourth book, ‘The Monsters of Loch Ness’ will be released shortly. More information can be obtained by e-mailing him at [email protected].

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