UFO and Bigfoot Expert Fred Saluga to Share His Findings This Saturday

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This Saturday, UFO and Bigfoot expert Fred Saluga will report on his findings at the William Holmes McGuffey Historical Society. He’s expected to share his entire life’s work investigating conspiracy theories and paranormal events.

Fred Saluga’s Background in UFO Studies and Cryptozoology

Saluga has been deeply involved in the extraterrestrial and cryptozoology fields for his entire life. He is the director of Mutual UFO Network — a non-profit organization dedicated to researching alien activity — and the director of the Center for Unexplained Events with Brian Seech, according to Mahoning Matters.

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He hosted the 2015 television series UFOs Over Pittsburgh, and he is currently filming Flatwoods, a movie about a documentary filmmaker uncovering an alien conspiracy in Flatwoods, West Virginia.

In addition, Saluga has spoken on many podcasts. He’s on Episode 25 of Inquizative Minds. On Night-Light Radio, he talks about UFOs and cryptids. He’s on Episode 11 of Tony Lavorgne’s Legends & Lore Podcast. And he even sits down with Beyond the Edge Radio to talk about his former law enforcement career.

Fred Saluga’s Research Methods

As an educated person — Fred Saluga graduated from Youngstown State University with a degree in criminal justice and later attended the University of Pittsburgh — there is a methodical approach to his work. He has published articles on UFOs, paranormal events, and cryptozoology (mainly Bigfoot). And he even presented at local seminars and at the Mothman Festival in West Virginia.

With over 50 years of experience in his fields of research, Saluga’s presentations could “change the game.” Cryptid Lab will be keeping up-to-date on the event and will report back when Saluga’s findings are revealed.

If you’re interested in attending this event, reach out to the chairman of the Williams Holmes McGuffey Historical Society Richard S. Scarsella at 330-726-8277. All of the programs are open to the public, but there is a small $5 fee for members and $6 fee for non-members.

Cryptid Lab has reached out to Fred Saluga for comment and is awaiting a response. This article will be updated as needed.

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