On this edition of The Gralien Report, we remember the life and work of celebrated UFO advocate and nuclear physicist, Stanton Friedman.
This week we look at science news, archaeology, and missing person cases, including the disappearance of aviator Amelia Earhart, and why “Nessie” became a codename for a potential lead in the ongoing search for the missing pilot.
This week on The Gralien Report, in addition to science news we look at the Abominable Snowman, a creature many allege to be more myth than monster, along with several of the most unusual cases involving alleged encounters with them.
This week, in addition to news we look at a recent statement by the U.S. Navy, announcing new protocols and procedures for UFO sightings, and renewed efforts to document such reports.
This week Timothy McMillan joins us to discuss FOIA documents that provide details on an FBI raid and other claims made by Bob Lazar, one of the most controversial figures in modern UFO studies.
This week we are joined by Daniel Lieberman, M.D. and Michael Long, authors of the book The Molecule of More, which discusses the ways that dopamine affects our behavior and activities.
This week we are joined by Michael P. Masters, Ph.D., a professor of biological anthropology and author of the new book “Identified Flying Objects: A Multidisciplinary Approach to the UFO Phenomenon.”
This week, we look at some of the best April Fools Day hoaxes throughout history, especially those with paranormal themes involving mystery beasts, UFOs, and other oddities.
This week we turn our attention to the subjects of folklore and cryptozoology, as we present an elaborate survey of “American Monsters” said to exist in various parts of the United States.
In addition to news and a report about an unusual object recently seen over Nevada, we talk with George Howard of The Cosmic Tusk about new evidence for an extraterrestrial impact behind an ancient mystery.
This week, in addition to news and debate over the ethics of robotics, we look at 19th and early 20th-century newspaper reports that weighed in on the debate over the existence of sea serpents.
This week, along with UFO news we look at the controversy surrounding a “$21 trillion question” concerning money that is reportedly missing from defense spending and other areas of the U.S. government.
This week we are joined by Lt. Tim McMillan, a retired law enforcement officer in Savannah, Georgia who has studied psychology in relation to the unexplained for a number of years.
This week we are joined by Randall Carlson, as we look at the evidence for an impact hypothesis underlying the Younger Dryas, a cold-reversal period that occurred approximately 12,700 years ago.