the Buchanan Brothers captured the mood of the nation with their prescient song, “When You See Those Flying Saucers.” Don’t let the folksy-melody and music fool you. The song has a serious message about the meaning of the UFO phenomenon.
The “Storm Area 51” event has spawned the creation of two UFO Days festivals in the vicinity of Rachel, Nevada. But you might want to sit this one out.
Mayor Mara Hanel of Warren, MN has proclaimed August 27 to be “UFO Day.” The northwest Minnesota town of Warren joins Elmwood, WI and Bellville, WI in hosting small-town UFO Day celebrations. Like the celebrations in Elmwood and Bellville, the new event in Warren…
Did you know that Elmwood, WI is not the only small town in Wisconsin to have had a high-profile UFO incident with a police officer that inspired an annual UFO Days festival?
A 2004 article from Fate Magazine identifies a pattern of sightings Belleville-Ridgeland–Elmwood.
It’s happening! UFOs are back in the news and UFO Days are here again, both in Elmwood, Wisconsin and in the broader national dialogue. Are you keeping up with the story? If you’re like most people who attend Elmwood’s UFO Days, you’re curious about…
Ever wondered why Elmwood is the UFO Capital of the World, here’s a quick history lesson. Take a trip back in time to check out CBS News April 8, 1988: Dan Rather’s feature on UFO Days and Elmwood’s proposed UFO landing site.
The 2019 UFO Days button design is a classic: “Hear no UFOs; see no UFOs, speak no UFOs.” So say the spacemen. You can purchase these buttons at local Elmwood businesses, but don’t wait until supplies run out. Proceeds go toward the event.
By Kaye Bird, Contributor, Gateway NewsSaturday, July 25, 2015 12:01 AM Bill Johnson, retired professor at UW/Stout will be presenting a talk entitled, “Why UFO Days” on Saturday and Sunday this upcoming weekend. Don’t miss it! Photo by Kaye Bird MENOMONIE, WI –…
It’s happening! The 2019 Schedule for Elmwood’s 41st Annual UFO Days is here, and it’s jam-packed with activities for everyone. UFO Days this year is July 26-28, the last full weekend in July. Bring the family for a weekend of out-of-the-world fun.