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.
This week, we explore odd and unsettling cases where UAP has had noticeable interactions with human observers.
This week, we discuss a proposed amendment in congress calling for an “Anomaly Surveillance and Resolution Office” in the DOD to study unidentified aerial phenomena.
This week we examine the strange story of Gerry Irwin, a man hospitalized after a UFO sighting in 1959 that led to his desertion from the military and eventual disappearance.
This week, historian Graeme Rendall joins us to discuss pilot encounters with “Foo Fighters” over Europe during World War II, and other UFO encounters prior to 1947.
Joining us this week is Christopher Plain of The Debrief, who shares his views on aviation threats posed by unidentified aerial phenomena.
Robert Salas joins us to discuss the UFO incidents at Malmstrom Air Force Base and other incidents involving UFOs over nuclear sites.
In this episode, Micah travels into the heart of Brazil, and to the heart of the Brazilian UFO mystery in search of reports of odd lights over a UNESCO World Heritage site.
On this episode, award-winning former New York Times journalist Ralph Blumenthal joins us to discuss his reporting on UFOs since 2017, and his new book chronicling the life and work of Harvard psychiatrist John Mack.
Robert Schoch, Ph.D., joins us to discuss the mysterious origins of the Great Sphinx of Giza, as well as Gobekli Tepe and other ancient sites from around the world.
This week we explore UFO incidents throughout history involving objects resembling the famous “Tic Tac” observed in 2004 during the USS Nimitz incident.
Jacob Haqq Misra, Ph.D. joins us to discuss the hunt for alien intelligence and how science can be applied to the study of UAP.
This week, we wade into the debate over UFOs and the “extraterrestrial hypothesis,” and why some scientists think that the idea could present challenges going forward.
Joining us to discuss the Canadian UFO situation is investigative reporter Daniel Otis, who in recent months has been chronicling aviation incidents and military responses from the Canadian government regarding UFOs.
UFO, a new Showtime series examining the debate surrounding aerial mysteries, leaves more questions than answers on the controversial topic.