This week we are joined by Oné R. Pagan, Ph.D. who discusses his book “Strange Survivors,” oddities in nature, and the search for credible cryptids and living fossils.
This week we are joined by retired epidemiologist Thomas Glass, Ph.D., who shares his knowledge on the coronavirus outbreak as well as a social scientist’s perspective on UFOs.
This week we look at the issue of Sasquatch, why a body has never been found if they do exist, and the controversy over whether a specimen should be killed to settle the debate.
This week we look at “Operation Saucer”, a Brazilian government effort to study alleged UFO attacks that occurred near Colares, Brazil, in the 1970s.
This week we go in search of answers behind the mystery aircraft of Area 51, and whether black budget projects may have kept them off the books for decades.
This week we look at the system used to classify UFOs by J. Allen Hynek, science advisor to the USAF’s Project Blue Book, and some of the most unusual UFO incidents it investigated.
This week we open “The Real X-Files” as investigative reporter Tim McMillan brings us an update on the Pentagon’s UFO program, and Bruce Maccabee, Ph.D., discusses his years studying the FBI-CIA connection with UFOs.
This week’s podcast looks at the enigma of Skinwalker Ranch, a purported hotspot for UFO activity and other strangeness, with journalist MJ Banias.
This week we look at the UFO experience relating to shamanism, dreams, ancestral worship, and other traditions with guest blogger Red Pill Junkie.
This week we take a deep-dive into the events surrounding the Tehran UFO incident of 1976, which remains one of the most significant military UFO encounters of all time.
This week’s podcast explores the idea of lost knowledge that ancient cultures may have had, and whether evidence of these early technologies may be “encoded” in world mythology.
This week we are joined by writer and UFO skeptic Eric Wojciechowski, who discusses ancient astronaut theories and his sci-fi novel “Chasing Disclosure.”
In this first 2020 edition of The Micah Hanks Program, we look at the United States Space Force, its history, and its relationship to subjects like warfare in space, and even UFOs.
On this edition of the podcast, we look back on news of 2019 and the last decade, along with futuristic potentials for 2020 and the decade to come.