People who claim to have seen UFOs meet in NC - WRBL

People who claim to have seen UFOs meet in NC

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GREENSBORO, N.C. -

People who believe some of the lights they see in the sky at night are from somewhere other than Earth are sharing their stories in Greensboro.
    
A Burlington man is hosting a Symposium on Official & Scientific Investigations of UAP. It started Saturday and continues on Sunday.
    
Kent Senter said he saw his first flying saucer when he was 10 years old and had another sighting that changed his life when he was 33. The 59-year-old Senter said the federal government is trying to cover it up, but also said when you're looking at something that's not supposed to exist, you realize there's something going on you don't know about.
    
Senter hopes to use testimonies and scientific research to remove the stigma and encourage the government to recognize UFO existence.

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