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Author Linda Zimmermann will talk about UFOs in the Hudson Valley at the Tuxedo Park Library on Dec. 10


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  • Author Linda Zimmermann will be at the Tuxedo Park Library on Sunday, Dec. 10, to talk about her book, "Hudson Valley UFOs: Startling Eyewitness Accounts from 1909 to the Present."




  • Author Linda Zimmermann says the Hudson Valley has been a hotspot in the country for UFO sightings that go back at least a century.




— The Tuxedo Park Library will host Bill Lemanski in a Book Talk interview with Linda Zimmermann, author of "Hudson Valley UFOs: Startling Eyewitness Accounts from 1909 to the Present," on Sunday, Dec. 10, at 2 p.m.

The Hudson Valley of New York is a hot spot in the country for UFO sightings that go back at least a century.

Zimmermann has taken special care with her research, including interviews with many eyewitnesses to giant triangles, disks, cylinders and rectangular craft as well as time lapses and close encounters.

Zimmermann has found so much material about UFOs and close encounters in the Hudson Valley that she has written two books on the subject, with the first book being made into an award-winning documentary.

About the authorLinda Zimmermann wasn’t always focused on the paranormal, she earned a B.S. in Chemistry and a Master’s in English. With a wide range of interests she decided to write. She is now the author of 30 books and a popular speaker.

About the interviewerBill Lemanski is a Vietnam combat veteran, with an engineering background in the nuclear power industry. He’s worked as a freelance journalist in the Hudson Valley, held public office as a councilman, and served as a police commissioner in the Town of Tuxedo.

Book talks with "Bill Lemanski, author of Adventures in Distant and Remote Places," "Lost in the Shadow of Fame" and "Murder in Tuxedo Park," are recurring events highlighting a different local author each time.

Essential informationSpace is limited. Please register on the library’s online calendar at tuxedoparklibrary.org.

The library is located at 227 Route 17 in Tuxedo Park. For more information, call 845-351-2207.



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