New interview with George Knapp


George Knapp DenmarkThe investigative reporter George Knapp from KLAS-TV was interviewed in Copenhagen, Denmark by Frederik Uldall from Exopolitics Denmark and Robert Fleischer from Exopolitics Germany. The conversation took place on October 5th 2014 in the slipstream of Exopolitics Denmark's conference: "UFOs and the Media". George Knapp talked about Bob Lazar, Bob Bigelow, the MJ12 documents among other topics. Click "Read more" and watch the interview below.

Read more: New interview with George Knapp

UFO Conference 2015 in Copenhagen


Exopolitics Denmark hosted its 5th UFO conference in Copenhagen on September 26th at the National Museum of Denmark.

Title: UFOs and Close Encounters.

Speakers were:

  • Mary Rodwell (AU)
  • A.J. Gevaerd (Brazil)
  • Suzanne Hansen (NZ)


NB! Exopolitics Denmark does not necessarily share views with the speakers. The purpose of the conference is to stimulate a debate about the implications of a contact with potential extraterrestrial visitors.

More info (in Danish) on Billetto.


The Murmur - article in English about Exopolitcs Denmark


The Murmur UFOLesley Price from the Danish magazine "The Murmur" has interviewed the director of Exopolitics Denmark Frederik Uldall about UFOs and exopolitics. The article was printed in the June edition with the title: "The truth is (maybe) out there". Read the article in The Murmur on page 10-11. Download the article in PDF-format.

Former Minister talks about UFOs


Paul Hellyer Canada UFOThe Canadian TV-station CTV aired a piece with the former Minister of Defense Paul Hellyer. It was brought in connection with the so-called "Disclosure Canada Tour" at The University of Calgary on April 18th 2015. Hellyer has for many years encouraged the governments of the world to disclose the extraterrestrial presence on Earth. He has repeatedly stated that "UFOs are as real as the planes that fly over our heads". Exopolitics Denmark had the honour of meeting the distinguished gentleman in 2008 in Washington DC. Read more and watch the piece on CTV.