There's lots of talk about aliens in the news and on social media nowadays. If you're invested in that conversation there's an event coming to Evansville that you won't want to miss.

When it comes to UFOs, we have heard and seen a lot of reports over the past few years, especially on social media. The government has denied any UFO reports for years, but now things are coming out about UFOs (or UAPs) that have caused the government to take special interest in what people have seen in the sky.  Now, personally, I have never seen a UFO of any kind in the sky. That's not to say that I don't think that something is out there. There's a lot of universe and it would be an awful waste of space if Earth was the only planet to have intelligent life.

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I know that this topic can cause quite a debate over believers and non-believers. However, sometimes you see objects in the sky that you simply can't explain. Was it a satellite, a plane, or something out of this world? That's why a show like Ancient Aliens is fascinating because it makes you really wonder exactly how long these sightings have been going on.

Ancient Aliens LIVE: Project Earth Coming to Evansville

Ancient Aliens LIVE: Project Earth is an extension of the popular History Channel show that will explore the theory that extraterrestrials have visited Earth for millions of years. This live event will be coming to the Victory Theatre in Evansville, Indiana on March 28, 2024. There, you will hear questions, controversies, first-hand accounts, and some pretty interesting theories about this topic. According to the press release from the Victory Theatre:

The ninety-minute live experience taking place on March 28th, 2024 celebrates the long-running program Ancient Aliens on The HISTORY Channel and features Ancient Astronaut theorist Giorgio A. Tsoukalos, investigative mythologist William Henry, aerospace engineer, UK government UFO investigator Nick Pope, and real-life Indiana Jones, David Childress, as they discuss thought-provoking extraterrestrial theories on fan-favorite topics from Ancient Egypt to the moon, and paves for us the long road to Disclosure.

In addition to engaging panel discussions and an audience Q&A, the event will also offer attendees the opportunity for VIP meet and greets with the stars, and exclusive Ancient Aliens LIVE: Project Earth merchandise.

Tickets for Ancient Aliens LIVE: Project Earth tour go on sale Friday, August 25th at 10 a.m., and can be purchased at the Ford Center box office or online at

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