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UFO museum gets national attention
ROSWELL, N.M., Aug. 7 (UPI) -- A UFO museum in Roswell, New Mexico, has been getting some national attention in recent weeks.
After chatting with Larry King on CNN last month, Julie Shuster, executive director of the International UFO Museum and Research Center, also will be featured on "CBS News Sunday Morning" with Charles Osgood Aug. 12, the Roswell (New Mexico) Daily Record said Tuesday.
At the museum taping a segment for the show last week, CBS News science and technology correspondent Daniel Sieberg told the Record the piece is loosely tied to the 60th anniversary of Roswell's legendary "UFO incident."
The museum’s Web site describes the incident as “the crash of an alleged flying saucer, the recovery of debris and bodies, and the ensuing cover up by the military.”
The CBS show will take a serious look at the UFO phenomena.
"It's an overall look at where the UFO sightings are today," said Sieberg, formerly with CNN. "No matter where you fall in the debate of their existence, I think people are curious."
Program producer Amiel Weisfogel said he was interested in presenting the latest status of UFOs and how the "realm of science fiction has inserted itself into the legitimate scientific debate."