Johnny Cobb & Jerry McCoy | "Black Water, Blue Moon" (The Calvin Parker Story)

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"Black Water, Blue Moon" (The Calvin Parker Story)

by Johnny Cobb & Jerry McCoy

True story alien encounter of Calvin Parker
Genre: Country: Country Blues
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Over the past two years the alien abduction encounter in Pascagoula in 1973 has emerged from the depths where it was almost forgotten to be the best documented case of its kind in the world. Two books have been written by Calvin Parker: ‘Pascagoula – The Closest Encounter’ and ‘Pascagoula – The Story Continues’. Because of these books a whole raft of new information has been uncovered including documentations, photographs, hypnosis tapes and a plethora of first-hand eyewitnesses. Calvin Parker has appeared at UFO conventions and on TV and podcasts around the world. His books are now published in a number of different languages with more to follow. Now a full blown two hour TV documentary is being planned and the fourth draft of a movie screenplay is just about ready. And to top it all two world class musicians in the USA have written and recorded a song inspired by the Calvin Parker story. BLACK WATER – BLUE MOON (The Calvin Parker Story) has been written and recorded by Grammy nominated singer-song writer Johnny Cobb and master guitarist Jerry McCoy.

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