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.
On this Christmas edition of the program, we look at the mythological themes in Star Wars and how Joseph Campbell’s writings on “The Power of Myth” helped inspire their creation.
This week we examine theories about UFOs and their origins, from the popular “extraterrestrial hypothesis” to alternatives that include psychological and social concepts.
This week we are joined in-studio by author and researcher David Weatherly, who discusses his interests in indigenous teachings, folklore, and cryptozoology.
This week we are joined Chris Cogswell, Ph.D., a chemical engineer and host of the Mad Scientist Podcast, to discuss alleged “alien” metamaterials and their scientific testing.
This week we are joined by filmmaker Dave Beaty, director of “The Nimitz Encounters”, along with Gary Voorhis and Ryan Weigelt, who discuss a UFO incident that occurred off the coast of Southern California in 2004.
This week, we discuss testimony given my numerous servicemen who were present during the widely discussed USS Nimitz UFO incident of 2004, who offer new details about this landmark UFO case.
On this episode, we look at the work of Charles Fort, whose strange writings and study of anomalies anticipated the “arrival” of UFOs more than two decades later.
This week we look at a historical UFO mystery, involving a flap of sightings in the skies over America between 1896 and 1897 of odd “airships” of unexplained origin.
On this Halloween special edition of the podcast, we look at one of the most frightening and ubiquitous terrors of all time: the “Man in Black.”
Reports of the Tasmanian tiger, a creature believed to have gone extinct in the 1930s, continue in parts of Tasmania according to newly released documents.
This week we look at the frightening origins behind one of Gothic Horror’s most famous monsters: Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.