Last week's interview was another blast! (I love this topic...the pun possibilities are endless.) We were lucky enough to get Jennifer Stein on the show, producer and director of the brand-new documentary, Travis – The True Story of Travis Walton. We also had the pleasure of welcoming Mr. Walton himself back onto WoTR, which we were obviously thrilled about - his story never fails to astound us.
Travis is somewhat of a legend when it comes to ufology, providing us with an alien abduction story like no other – the evidence and first-hand reports surrounding the case are quite startling, still mystifying researchers worldwide to this day. For anyone that wants a quick catch-up, head over to our first interview with Travis, which was nothing short of fascinating.
It’s no surprise then that filmmaker Jennifer Stein was drawn to this mysterious UFO case - Stein’s production experience spans more than 15 years, whilst her passionate interest in ufology dates back even further. Starting out with her very own UFO event back in 1975, Stein has received several EBE awards to date, and even hosts a cable television show called, “Main Line MUFON” – you can check out some of their engrossing interviews on youtube.
We discussed the Travis documentary and the experiences encountered along the way, as well as the Sky Fire Summit, which will host the official premier of the documentary in November. The Summit will be an exclusive, “Travis Walton 40th Anniversary UFO Conference,” commemorating the bizarre event that changed several people’s lives forever – the conference will see various speakers, including the police officer and the investigator that were involved with the case at the time; a great lineup of lectures by numerous UFO experts; and even a sky watch with Ben Hansen!
Besides Walton-related things, we also discussed some of Stein's other interests and projects, including Peace In Outer Space, A Crop Circle Journey, and her work with Zecharia Sitchin (her memorial film can be seen here). Curious anecdotes and intriguing stories abound!
Check out the Travis promo & teaser trailer below. If you're intent on watching the full documentary, head over to the OnWinges' Upcoming Screenings page to see whether they'll be heading your way any time soon.
Now for the interview, enjoy!