This week on The Micah Hanks Program, we go in search of the most credible incidents involving purported sightings of humanoids emerging from or operating near UFO craft.
This week we look at the Cash-Landrum incident of 1980, and the physical effects suffered by witnesses in the aftermath of a UFO encounter.
Joining us on this President’s Day edition of The Micah Hanks Program is Bryce Zabel, a past CNN correspondent and editor of “Trail of the Saucers” on Medium, who joins us to discuss UAP, disclosure, and much more.
This week we examine the Kinross Incident of 1953 and the disappearance of Felix Moncla, a cold case in the history of UFO encounters.
This week, we sit down with Christopher Mellon for a discussion about his recent article for The Debrief entitled “Why is the Air Force AWOL on the UAP Issue”.
Joining us this week is Cristina Gomez, for a discussion about the current UAP debate, what intelligence officials aren’t saying, and the search for extraterrestrial life.
This week we look at the communication problem with UAP, and a handful of strange UAP “friend or foe” radar incidents from over the years.
This week we are joined by author Greg Bishop, who discusses the odd side of U.S. government involvement with UFO research, as covered in his books “It Defies Language!” and “Project Beta.”
Joining us this week is researcher Joshua Cutchin, author of books like “A Trojan Feast,” which looks at the traditional idea of human encounters with “others” and the crossover between folklore and Forteana.
What did a group of residents really see in 1955 near Hopkinsville, Kentucky? This week, we go in search of possible answers about one of history’s strangest UFO cases.
Joining us this week are Jason McClellan and Ryan Sprague for a roundtable discussion on UAP investigations in 2021 and much more.
This week on The Micah Hanks Program we explore the mysteries of the Giza pyramids, from the earliest ancient accounts to modern attempts at replicating their construction methods.
This week, we look at the adventurous life of Fortean researcher John A. Keel, and how his experiences shaped his unconventional theories about UFOs and the unexplained.
This week, Micah is joined by the team from The Debrief as we celebrate our first year in operation and science, tech, and UAP coverage.
This week, we revisit the presentation of the UFO issue before the United Nations in 1978 with writer, reporter and broadcaster Lee Speigel.
This week we look at the famous Roswell UFO incident, and the legacy of the most controversial story in the history of UFO studies.