Bigfoot, UFO presentation coming to Vandergrift library
Bigfoot, UFOs and other strange occurrences in the region?
You betcha, according to Stan Gordon, author and paranormal investigator, who will speak for a free presentation at 11 a.m., March 30 at the Vandergrift Public Library.
Although Gordon’s presentation isn’t typical library fare, it’s a “spine-tingling program” that is interesting and a good way to bring adults into the library, according to Vanessa Groholski, library director.
Groholski declined to make a ruling on whether Gordon’s presentation was fiction or non-fiction. But she said, “We would love to see more adults and want to bring in a variety of programs.”
The library does offer book discussions for adults, which can be lacking in attendance, she added.
Gordon makes appearances at a number of venues discussing his research on Bigfoot, UFOs and other strange occurrences.
Gordon will cover the alleged 1965 UFO crash-landing near Kecksburg, Pa., the massive wave of UFO and Bigfoot activity in 1973, low level UFO encounters, mini-UFOs, and strange creature reports, according to the library.
He will also provide an update on more recent strange encounters from 2017-2019.
Seating is limited so those interested in attending should call to register: 724-568-2212.
The library is located at 128 Washington Ave. in Vandergrift.
Mary Ann Thomas is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-226-4691, [email protected] or via Twitter .