Micah is having fun with the media this week, as we look at the fact that “newly released” Project Blue Book files were actually available for years already… although we’re glad that John Greenwald and the Blue Book files are getting some much-deserved attention in the mainstream. Then we skip over to the discussion about how the Washington Post may have been using knowledge of atrocious practices in the 1940s, carried out by the Canadian government against indigenous people, to fuel an argument against ESP research. Does this betray bias on their part?

In hour two, we are joined by researcher and retired law enforcement officer Butch Witkowski, who discusses strange cases where people go missing and, in many instances, are never found. What could lay behind these disappearances? We also look closely at the truly unsettling case of Todd Sees, a man who went missing for a short period, and whose body turned up again under very curious circumstances. Witkowski counts it among the strangest cases of human disappearances and possible mutilations he has ever studied… what circumstances actually led to the death of Todd Sees?

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Author: Micah Hanks

Micah Hanks is a writer, researcher, and podcaster. His interests include areas of history, science, archaeology, philosophy, and the study of anomalous phenomena in nature. He can be reached at info@micahhanks.com.

2 Replies to “01.25.15. ESP and Disappearances on The Gralien Report

  1. I thank you for acknowledging my e mail. I appreciate your apology and agree that the article you discussed was inaccurate. Though I was upset by your comments of the issue, based on your reading of the American article, I am pleased that you did further research. I will continue to listen to your shows. Maybe I will attend your symposium in Minnesota in the future and will meet you personally. have a good day and pass along my thanks to Jim.

    1. Hey Tom, no worries in the least… I appreciate you commenting on the piece, and helping to encourage further research on sensitive issues like these. If you make it down to Minnesota, the coffee is on me, and I would delight in talking with you. Take care up there!


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