UFO/Alien Abductions - First Hand Accounts *Proof Provided *

Date and Time: 
Monday, January 20, 2020 - 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Speaker: 
Sean Bartok

 

Sean Bartok was abducted  from his grandfather’s pond while fishing one night in 1959. That event changed his life forever. At age 43, he realized he had not been abducted once, but many times in his lifetime.

Sean will talk about his and his family's numerous encounters with extraterrestrials, referencing several significant abductions/contacts leading up to a night in January of 1984. On this night, his abductors left behind hard physical evidence, documenting the reality of his abduction. 

Sean and his wife, Sarah, have kept their paranormal experiences to themselves for over 30 years, and are now coming forward with their information. 

He will be showing photographs taken by him and his wife, proving alien abductions are real.


FLASHBACKS: An Artist’s memoir of Alien Abductions, Native Spirits, and Enlightenment will be available for $20, signed by Sean Bartok. Cash or check only. 

Portfolios of the 13,  12” X 18” high resolution photographs of the beam-down tracks in the snow shown at the presentation will also be available.. 

These photographs reveal far more details for close scrutiny than what can be seen in the book. $40 for a portfolio of 13 prints, each signed by Sean Bartok.


About Sean Bartok



In the 1980’s when Sean and Sarah first went public with their extraterrestrial experiences, they and their children were called “kooks”, “crazies”, and worse.  Consequently, they decided to keep these experiences to themselves for over 30 years. Now, they are willing to come forward with the information again, however they are using pen names to protect their family’s privacy and the privacy of others.

He and his wife, Sarah, have been married for 52 years, and have 2 children and 4 grandchildren. He is the author of FLASHBACKS: An Artist’s Memoir of Alien Abductions, Native Spirits, and Enlightenment.

He has worked as a professional art director for a major U.S. corporation; university professor of art, design and design history; entrepreneur; developer and owner of a fly fishing ranch; inventor of a U.S. utility patent; company president; and freelance artist and design consultant.

He has received numerous national art and design awards for his work. His accomplishments in art, design and education and public service are documented in: Marquis’ Who’s Who in America (33 years); Marquis’ Who’s Who in the World, published by Marquis Who’s Who, New Providence, New Jersey; International Who’s Who of Intellectuals  published by the International Biographical Center, Cambridge  England; International Who’s Who in Education published by International Who’s Who in Education, Cambridge, England; International Book of Honor published by the American Biographical Institute. 

His service to the community earned him inclusion in Who’s Who in Colorado published by Ty publishing, ltd.. He has recently been given an Albert Nelson Marquis’ Lifetime Achievement Award by Marquis Who’s Who.

 

Registration is Required

Location

Southridge Recreation Center
Upstairs Auditorium
4800 McArthur Ranch Road
Highlands Ranch 80130