Featured Lecturer for April 25, 2014 – BOB TIDWELL

Schedule: Every 4th Friday at 6:30 pm

Place: Hilton Garden Inn. 4801 Governors House Drive, Huntsville, Alabama, (located on the service road past Landry’s Seafood House off of Bob Wallace near the Space & Rocket Center)


Featured Lecturer for April 25, 2014


The Paranormal Study Center:

Welcomes: Bob Tidwell

“UFO’s, Earthquakes & Malaysian Flight 370 “

Some common conspiracy theories do link hidden groups of people working together to the causes of events, The latest Statistics show that Americans widely believe in conspiracy theories such as consistent opinion polls show that 75 percent of Americans believe JFK was killed in a conspiracy. You can trace a lot of  Americans’ fears of conspiracies all the way back to the beginning of the country and they are ever increasing today. There’s been an explosive growth of American conspiracy thinking in the last 20 to 30 years and it’s attributed to the nation’s sense of mission in the world, our culture, and our fear about the growth and concentration of power in a centralized governments around the world.

What’s really impressive is that Bob takes conspiracy theories to another level as having a meaningful impact on American culture — that conspiracy theories are really framing how we think about issues both political and social in our news everyday whether we realize it or not. Bob will try to unravel some of the mysteries that we see around us today including your input!.

Bob will present additional knowledge in Metaphysics, Science, and History. He will be talking about UFOs, Conspiracy Theories, missing aircraft and various other mysteries. He will also be covering unusual events that have occurred here in the Southeast, and especially in Alabama. Join us for a very enlightening evening.

Bob Tidwell is a Paranormal Investigator/Lecturer, specializing in Etheric Science and the UFO phenomena. He was State Section Director for Mutual UFO Network for Central Alabama. He worked on Top Secret Government projects for the Aerospace Defense Command in the late 60’s and early 70’s, and is currently retired from AT&T, where he worked as a Computer Systems Specialist.


Admission will be $10 for this special event