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.
This week we are joined by Jeffrey Meldrum, Ph.D., who discusses the science behind Sasquatch and similar “relict hominoids” purported to exist around the world.
This week we explore the UFO topic and abduction claims through the lens of myth and psychology with David J. Halperin, author of “Intimate Alien: The Hidden Story of the UFO.”
This week we explore the idea of interstellar probes, the mysterious ‘Oumuamua, and whether evidence of extraterrestrial visitors from beyond might have already been discovered by scientists.
This week we look at the famous Belgian UFO wave that occurred three decades ago, and the appearances of black triangle UFO craft in the skies over Europe.
This week we are joined by Oné R. Pagan, Ph.D. who discusses his book “Strange Survivors,” oddities in nature, and the search for credible cryptids and living fossils.
This week we are joined by retired epidemiologist Thomas Glass, Ph.D., who shares his knowledge on the coronavirus outbreak as well as a social scientist’s perspective on UFOs.
This week we look at the issue of Sasquatch, why a body has never been found if they do exist, and the controversy over whether a specimen should be killed to settle the debate.