Chris Heyes has been missing for days, and hence, this week’s Gralien Report Podcast begins with the ongoing search for his whereabouts… only to discover him sitting in a dark corner of the bunker, concealed from view. Despite the false alarm, it makes for a humorous homage to the famous Unsolved Mysteries program from the 1990s, where we examine host Robert Stack’s personal beliefs in regard to the unexplained.

Then moving on to the story of stray dogs who attended the funeral of the woman who fed them, we also discuss the 509 million year old yawunik kootenayi fossil unearthed, which makes this four-eyed creature older than the dinosaurs. Meanwhile, could a psychological phenomenon explain some of the “mystery booms”? Finally, was a UFO seen recently near Area 51? Not quite…

Moving on to a few urban legends about UFOs, we take a look at this mystery box, and what it may have to do with airships and APRO. Was it all a hoax, or merely the ramblings of some obsessed individual? This reminded Micah about his recent visit to the purported grave of an “airship” pilot, buried in Aurora, Texas, back in 1897 (check out a few of the photos here).

And finally, when Jamie Sullivan’s 4-year-old told her that her deceased great-grandmother was “here” and called her by a special name only the deceased relative had known, it spurred a bit of expected controversy… but was that the entire story, and does further evidence shed more light on the mystery? We also examine a similar claim of a “past life” remembered by a 10-year-old boy who says he can recall being a Hollywood agent who traveled the world, which Dr. Jim Tucker thinks is “the real deal.”

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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

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