This week’s podcast explores the mystery of consciousness and theories about its nature with researcher Mark Gober, author of the book “An End to Upside Down Thinking.”
This week we discuss the probe recently sent to the far side of the moon by China, as well as claims of “lost civilizations, and the books and television shows that promote them.
This week, we feature a special holiday “Rogue Planet” roundtable discussion with our friends Jason McClellan, Maureen Elsberry, and Ryan Sprague.
This week on the podcast, we are joined by Paul M. Sutter, astrophysicist and author of the new book Your Place in the Universe: Understanding Our Big, Messy Existence.
This week, along with news we look at the subject of cattle mutilations, and instances where physical evidence points to a more complex phenomenon behind the mysterious deaths and mutilations.
On this episode, crime scene investigator and author Paul Rimmasch joins us to discuss his book, Fingerprints and Phantoms, and share some of the unique stories contained therein.
This week we are joined by Dr. Robert E. Bartholomew, whose background in sociology presents a balanced, rational approach to understanding the human side of the unexplained.
This week, in addition to news and Oumuamua updates, we look at the odd history of UFO cults, and how such groups have adopted dangerous belief systems involving UFOs.
This week’s podcast looks at the influence of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, and its lasting influence on science fiction, technological innovation, and even claims of alien contact in UFO circles.
This week we look at the controversy over “targeted individuals,” people who claim they have been harassed or stalked by unseen attackers using technology against them.
This week on our Halloween 2018 edition of the podcast, we share a number of “real life” odd encounters and strange happenings submitted by our listeners.
This week we look at odd legends associated with Micah’s own “Haunted Family Tree,” as well as early writings and a classic radio drama based on these eerie Welsh legends.
This week, in keeping with themes of the Halloween season we look at “The Vampyre” in myth and history, and how traditions that inspired vampire fiction date all the way back to antiquity.
This week we spend some time looking at “geologica esoterica” with oddities of geology, “out of place artifacts”, and other earth mysteries with geologist James Waldo.