Ken Cherry is a fifth generation Texan and a US Marine Corps veteran. Ken attended the University Of Texas at Arlington Business College and graduated Summa Cum Laude in Finance an Economics.
Ken is a 43 year member of MENSA and the retired former owner and principal of a regional Texas investment firm. Ken and his wife Pat are married 50 years.
Ken was the Texas State Director for MUFON (the Mutual UFO Network) for over 10 years. At the time of the Stephenville event he headed up a team of investigators and scientists that conducted extensive research and analysis of the mass sighting for an entire year.Unknown to most people after the widely reported sightings in January of 2008, the UFO returned in October of that year. Interviews with numerous witnesses and analysis of radar reports yielded the same results. A UFO-not a conventional aircraft-had returned to the Stephenville area as reported by reliable witnesses.
Cherry is founder and President of EPIC-Extraordinary Phenomena Investigation Council,which investigates and presents information on all manner of Extraordinary Phenomena. He is also the founder,host, and executive producer of the popular EPIC VOYAGES radio show on inceptionradionetwork.com.
Ken's media credits include the History Channel's UFO Hunters,Larry King Live,NBC's Dateline,Discovery Investigates,Texas Monthly Magazine,Fort Worth Magazine, and countless radio,television, and newspaper interviews.
Where to find Ken Cherry online
VideosMarc Slade Investigates: The Stephenville UFO
A short but entertaining trailer for Marc Slade Investigates: The Stephenville UFO.
Marc Slade Investigates: The Stephenville UFO
by Ken Cherry
Based on real events,Marc Slade Investigates: The Stephenville UFO is a fascinating and frightening tale of sinister plots and shadow government agencies vying for control of the country. Author Ken Cherry has woven an intricate blend of facts told as fiction that shines a light on an ominous chapter of American history, and proving that not everything is as it seems.
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