We sponsor, host, and participate in various special interest events. Scroll down to see the latest. Keep scrolling to see the history of what we have done together.
Let’s get together to share thoughts and ideas, about Unidentified Aerial Phenomena and to celebrate 16 years of Crypto Science.
Join us for this online event with a year-in-review briefing by Heidi Gadd, a folklore of UFOs presentation by Jason Cordova, and our “Man on the Street” Alejandro T. Rojas streaming live from the UFO festival in Roswell New Mexico.
World UFO Day is an awareness day for people to gather together and watch the skies for identified flying objects. The day is oft celebrated on July 2, coinciding with the supposed anniversary of the alleged UFO crash in the 1947 Roswell incident.
July 2nd is also the day in 2006 that the Crypto Science Society was founded as a Student Organization at the Metropolitan State University of Denver.
The International UFO Congress holds the Guinness book of world records for the largest UFO conference in North America. For decades, they have been bringing researchers, and experiencers of the mysterious UFO phenomenon forward to share this vital information with the public. Now, more than ever, it’s important that you keep yourself informed, and the IUFOC is here to bring you quality information directly from the source. These scary times we find ourselves in, meeting in groups is unwise and dangerous, so the 2021 International UFO Congress is completely online from September 8th to the 12th. You can find out more information at UFOCongress.com.
In August of 2021, The Crypto Science Society was invited to give a talk about the history and culture of the San Luis Valley through tails of the strange and unusual. The talk was part of training for members of Americorps Vista, through La Puente Home, which provides housing, a food bank, and rural outreach support. A deep dive into the spooky history of the San Luis Valley Jason Cordova took the audience through the supernatural history of one of the most interesting areas of Colorado.
The military has admitted they take UFOs seriously, and now the Senate Intelligence Committee is asking them for answers. For decades, our allies at the International UFO Congress have been bringing researchers, and experiencers of the mysterious UFO phenomenon forward to share this vital information with the public. Now, more than ever, it’s important that you keep yourself informed. The scary times we find ourselves in, meeting in groups is unwise and dangerous, so this year’s International UFO Congress is completely online! It will run from September 9th to the 13th. There is also a film festival that will begin on the 8th. You can find out more information at UFOCongress.com. We’ll see you there!
Paranormal Investigation with an Indigenous Perspective; The Crypto Science Society is an organization founded as a student organization at the Metropolitan State University of Denver in 2006. Dedicated to the study of strange and unusual phenomena. It has since expanded beyond campus and evolved with its members to serve the community through a podcast, blog, and YouTube channel. Key society members have strong connections to the Native American Church, Sundance, and Danzante communities. These members draw from the teachings of their indigenous heritage and traditions to approach the paranormal with honor and respect. The group also finds connections between traditional practices and the needs of those who ask to understand bizarre occurrences in their lives to provide meaning. Please join us as we share our adventures investigating ghosts, UFOs, cattle mutilations, Brujeria, and more. Jason Cordova, Hesi Durbin
Time: 1pm on Sunday, July 28, 2019
Location: Columbine RM, The Sheraton Denver