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UFO Festival fun all over town


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Above: An “alien” family plans their adventure for the 23rd UFO Festival on Friday morning. (Alison Penn Photo)

Below: Performing artist Obediah Thomas of Los Angeles gives the well-known Vulcan sign for “live long and prosper” as he walks along North Main Street Saturday afternoon during the UFO Festival. He says it is his seventh time performing at the festival. (Lisa Dunlap Photo)

“Human afterall” — Raven Luevanos, 20, poses in her handmade Daft Punk outfit on Main Street during the afternoon of the 23rd UFO Festival on Friday. (Alison Penn Photo)

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Visitors of the Galacticon and Sci-Fi Film Fest at the Roswell Mall had fun testing the games at Matthew Bromley’s booth. Bromley is an international game designer and owner of WildBird Games with headquarter in Roswell. (Christina Stock Photo)

One of the pets from the Pet Alien Costume contest Saturday. (Timothy P. Howsare Photo)

Above: “Traveling through time and space” — Matt Purdy attempts to make an escape in the TARDIS after encountering an alien Kirsten Prudic at the Roswell Mall on Saturday afternoon. The Time and Relative Dimension in Space (TARDIS) is the famous spacecraft disguised as a police box of Dr. Who, a British science-fiction television program, and will be at the Roswell Mall until Sunday. Purdy and Prudic said they traveled from El Paso and were both excited and energized for their first UFO Festival. Prudic said she wanted to attend because of what she had seen online and wanted to put the same effort into a costume of her own. (Alison Penn Photo)

Below: ‘The force is strong with this one’ — This Stormtrooper is checking for legit papers at Galacticon on Friday at the Roswell Mall. Instead he got a taco card at the booth of game inventor Matthew Bromley. (Christina Stock Photo)

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