Friday, July 31, 2015

A Place To Discuss and Learn About UFOs and Extraterrestrials, The Jesse A. Marcel Library,

Montana City, MT Every Tuesday the Jesse Marcel Library is the gathering place for people to meet and talk about sightings, theories, and check out literature on strange things being seen in skies across the globe.

"This phenomenon that we call the UFO phenomena is compelling. There is a lot of good evidence that supports the claim that this is a reality. That there is a non-human intelligence that is interacting with this world." Said Dr. Richard O'Conner

Dr. Richard O'Connor is the library's operator who opened the building after becoming friends with one of the more famous people in UFO culture Dr. Jesse Marcel Junior while working with him at St.Peters hospital in Helena.

Dr. Marcel's father army major Jesse Marcel senior allegedly discovered and showed to his family a crashed alien craft outside of Roswell New Mexico in 1947. An event now cemented in UFO history and American culture.

One of the library's regular’s Dr. Joan Bird said places like this help to foster an accepted attitude of education on the subject.


"It's a wonderful safe, welcoming space for people interested in the subject to come and learn." Said Joan Bird

Dr. Bird, author of "Montana UFO's" continued saying that lifting the taboo on the subject is vital to further understanding something that hasn’t been fully explained for over sixty years.

"A lot of people have been researching and thinking about it for a long time and there is still so much to learn, but one thing we're pretty clear about is a lot of this information is being kept from the public. Because of that and this policy of ridicule associated with the subject since 53', 1953 if not earlier. A lot of people have dismissed it out of hand."

That is the purpose of the library. To offer a place where the interested can come and share ideas, literature and resources to further understand something many believe we as a country have been kept in the dark about.

"So I think there is a lot of very good reason to embrace this subject. Learn all you can about it. Start talking to your friends and family about it. Let your senators, representatives know that you think this is a serious subject that deserves the attention of the U.S. Congress. I think it's that important."


Direction to the Jesse A. Marcel Library
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