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UFO believers gather in Fountain Hills at international UFO Conference

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PHOENIX (KSAZ) -

It's the largest UFO convention in the country, hundreds gather at the international UFO congress in Fountain Hills this week.

There's a spectrum of believers at the conference from those who are curious about the possibility of aliens and UFO's to those that believe they themselves are aliens.

FOX 10 asked attendees, what do aliens look like and we got a galaxy of possibilities.

"The ET's, some are very pink, all pink, some are golden beings, all gold", "Beings that look like small gray creatures with big black eyes", "A lot of them are very human looking, I'm a hybrid... part human and part E-T".

Art Campbell wrote a book on his encounter of a crash in Santa Gusta.  he showed FOX 10 what he thinks is an alien organ. "As far as know it's made out of high density poly ethylene. We think it might be a body organ".

"I look up into the sky and see all those stars up there and if you seriously think that we're the only planet with life you need to go to a psychiatrist", said one attendee.

If you are one of those who believes in life beyond earth the conference continues through February 16th 2014 at Fort McDowell Resort & Casino.

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