I'm particularly interested in this program because I just watched the movie "Fire In The Sky".  It's about five guys that are logging deep in the woods.  As they are driving home they see a brilliant light in the sky and one of them is abducted, although the small town they're from doesn't believe them.  The abducted is returned to the town and it shows the emotion and turmoil they all go through.  It's supposedly a true story.  It made me want to learn more.

If you haven't seen the movie yet, this may entice you.  It's the scene of the abduction.

If you are a true believer of aliens, UFO's or are even mildly curious, you'll want to catch "Minnesota UFOs:  Watch the Sky".  This is a free program held at the  Duluth Public Library’s Green Room (520 W. Superior St.) on Saturday, October 11 at 3 pm.

Each year hundreds of people witness something in the sky that they can’t explain, and some believe they have come face-to-face with extraterrestrial beings. Paranormal researcher Chad Lewis will talk about some of the most bizarre UFO encounters Minnesota has to offer. There will be talk of eyewitness accounts, historical sightings and on-site investigations.  The presentation will also include UFOs buzzing over crop circles, aliens shaped like small birds, a sheriff’s run-in with a hovering craft, a family being abducted against their will, and more.

Paranormal researcher Chad Lewis has traveled the world’s back roads for more than two decades in search of the strange and unusual. From tracking vampires in Transylvania and searching for the elusive monster of Loch Ness to trailing the dangerous Tata Duende through remote villages of Belize and searching for ghosts in Ireland's haunted castles (Perfect for around Halloween, right?)

Chad has been featured on the Discovery Channel's A Haunting, William Shatner's Weird or What, ABC's Scariest Places on Earth, Monsters and Mysteries in America along with being a frequent contributor on Ripley's Believe it or Not Radio. He has authored over 15 books on the supernatural, and extensively lectures on his fascinating findings.

If you get a chance, watch "Fire In The Sky".  It is deemed a true story and all five guys passed a lie detector test to prove it!