Jennifer Stein

Exeter UFO Festival

Jennifer W. Stein is best known for her award-winning 90-minute documentary film about the famous 1975 Travis Walton story. She has been an activist in the UFO community for about 20 years, as a coordinator and founding member of Main Line MUFON, a community educational service of the Mutual UFO Network in Pennsylvania. Jennifer serves as a State Section Director for the Mutual UFO Network in PA.

She has published articles in periodicals about the UFO phenomena, precognition, synchronicity, the Crop Circle phenomena, as well as articles about the Travis Walton story and her documentary. Jennifer produces free monthly public programing for her local public access television station, and for MUFON TV which she helped to design and establish with Ron James.  Stein has spoken for numerous conferences on UFOs, Crop Circles, the Travis Walton story, and Ancient architectural features advanced for their time.  As a young adult Stein developed entrepreneurial skills working in a family-owned business while earning a Batcher of Science in Textiles from the University of AZ in 1983.  She has two adult children in the Philadelphia area.

Visit the film website to learn more about the Travis Walton documentary: TravisWaltonTheMovie.com

Description of UFO history presentation:

The UFO Phenomena, from ancient times to today, a review of what’s happening.

Jennifer presentation will highlight ancient Sumerian historical references to the UFO enigma, biblical references including classical renaissance paintings depicting biblical scenes with UFO craft hovering over biblical scenes.  Next she will review some of the early flying machines reported from newspapers in the early 1900’s.  A review of the beginning of the secrecyRemove featured image protocols put into place in the 1940’s and 50’s will be covered.  Closing the presentation Jennifer will address what’s changed in the past 70 years since Roswell, current day UFO disclosure and why this current day disclosure is significant even if it lacks more hardcore data, it is a marked change from policies of the past century.