5/8/2016: In-person TV’s Hangar-1 Ben Moss and Tony Angiola: 1964 Socorro Landing Evidence






Sunday  05/08/2016:

DC MUFON Meeting Ben Moss and Tony Angiola from the TV series in person

Topics: Since January of 2015 Tony and Ben Moss have been working with Ray Stanford and Chris O’Brien on releasing new-found photographic evidence from the 1964 Socorro landing that was witnessed by Office Lonnie Zamora and seen by many others that day. With the help of researchers like James Fox and Rob Mercer, Ben and Tony have pieced together new evidence from Project Blue Book and the National Archives never seen about this case.

Click on the following link for more information:
wikipedia: Lonnie Zamora Incident aka Socorro Incident


  • 1PM Meet & Greet and Case Updates
  • 1:30 PM Ben Moss and Tony Angiola
  • 2:30 PM Q&A

Speakers Bio:

Ben Moss is a Cast Member of Season 2 of Hangar 1 and the Chief Field Investigator for Virginia’s MUFON. Mr. Moss has been with MUFON for almost 25 years. Mr. Moss has been a speaker at several UFO Events, and is currently working on an article for the MUFON Journal.

Tony Angiola is a Cast Member of Season 2 of Hangar 1 and the Senior Field Investigator for  Virginia’s MUFON. Born in Aguadilla, P.R., Tony has an interest in the many fascinating UFO cases reported from the island. He is also an Advanced Certified scuba diver with a strong interest in USOs and hopes to one day focus on researching and investigating cases involving the sea. Recently, Tony was in L.A. with Ben filming season 2 of the show Hangar 1 and learned about some of the great USO cases in the west like the suspected undersea base in Malibu.

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About Tadd Buffington

MUFON State Director for Maryland and Washington DC Founder of the Center of Advancement of Space and Earth Sciences Education: Embry RIddle University, Masters Aerospace Engineer, emphasis on Space Studies; Thunderbird College, Master International Management Career: NASA and United Nations