This week we examine writer John Keel’s pursuit of strange “men in black,” which were said to harass UFO witnesses throughout the years.
This week we break down the latest New York Times story on UFOs, and examine the controversy that has resulted after its publication.
This week we look at cases where close encounters with unidentified aerial phenomena led to injuries and other strange effects on the witnesses.
This week, we go in search of answers behind the Stephenville, Texas incident, which remains one of the strangest and most compelling UFO events of the modern era.
This week, we look at claims that a forthcoming New York Times article will explore the idea of UFO crash/retrievals and whether the idea is purely legendary, or has some basis in fact.
This week we discuss the Navy’s UAP Task Force with reporters MJ Banias and Tim McMillan, and the history of antigravity with journalist Nick Cook, author of “The Hunt for Zero Point.”
This week we examine the UFO problem and many issues related to their study, along with recent controversies surrounding the leak of “bombshell” UFO memos.
This week, science writer Becky Ferreira joins us to discuss an odd discovery about the mysterious “fast radio bursts,” some of which appear to be pulsing signals into space on a regular schedule.
This week we explore “mystery booms” and other strange sounds reported around the United States, their possible origins, and whether some may be evidence of experimental hypersonic aircraft.
This week we are joined by folklorist Thomas E. Bullard, Ph.D., who discusses his career in the academic study UFOs, and his book “The Myth and Mystery of UFOs.”
This week we look at “paleo-SETI,” scientists who have studied UFO reports from classical antiquity, and whether space explorers might have even visited Earth in the ancient past.
This week we are joined by Brett Tingley, writer for The Warzone, and USAF veteran navigator Jeff Smith to discuss newly released Navy pilot reports of encounters with mysterious “rogue aircraft.”
This week we delve into what NASA has to say about unexplained aerial phenomena, as we go in search of the U.S. space agency’s “secret” UFO files.
This week we look at the famous Condon Committee report of 1969, and the role that media outlets like The New York Times have played in steering public perception of the UFO phenomenon.