From spirit flutes, to healing crystals, to information you can't get from the mainstream media the Ozark UFO Conference has landed at the Best Western Inn of the Ozarks.
"People need to realize we aren't the only ones in the universe," says Adnan Ademovic. He traveled to the conference with two friends from St. Louis. "If you have great information like the speakers do, I wouldn't mind driving five hours to listen and hear what they have to say."
Paul Porter lives in Rogers, and is excited to see several speakers so close to home.
"This is a very unique thing to happen locally," Porter says. "It's exciting you would think you would have to go to big cities to get this."
Delores Cannon is one of the featured speakers. She's written 17 books, and travels the world to similar conventions, but she lives just outside of Huntsville. Cannon was actually here for the first Ozark UFO conference.
"I helped with the formation of it twenty five years ago," she says. "People thought you were crazy and they thought, nobody believes these things or they were afraid to talk about what they believe, but not anymore. People are coming out of the closet."
She says the conference started in a single room with a small group of interested people, and now hundreds of visitors voyage into the Ozarks.
"We're finding an increase in interest in the unusual and the strange," Cannon says.
"They get some of the good speakers in so people come from everywhere to see them," vendor Bobby Orr says. "We've even had people come to the event from Japan."
The conference continues through Sunday at the Best Western Inn of the Ozarks in Eureka Springs.