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During the 1960s, American author and UFO researcher John Keel had a problem: it involved reports of Men in Black, the mysterious strangers in dark suits said to appear after UFO sightings and intimidate witnesses.
So who were these ominous observers of the UFO phenomenon? Could some of them have been government agents—possibly investigators with the U.S. Air Force during the years of Project Blue Book? Or are stories of “Men in Black” really just folklore that managed to build up around some of the unusual characters that ran in UFO circles throughout the 1960s? We explore these questions, along with recent news on this week’s edition of The Micah Hanks Program.
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Below are links to stories and other content featured in this episode:
- SpaceX Crew Dragon makes historic 1st splashdown to return NASA astronauts home
- Egypt tells Musk pyramids were not built by aliens
- Egyptian Public Figures React to Elon Musk’s Comment on Pyramids Built by Aliens
- Pentagon’s secret, defunct UFO-hunting program may still exist
- Why Aren’t More Scientists Studying Unidentified Aerial Phenomena? History Gives Us the Answer.
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Music featured on The Micah Hanks Program includes songs composed by Caleb Hanks (The Clerk Chronicles), Decepticons (Dreamland, Start the Machine) and Micah Hanks. All songs are either in the public domain, Royalty Free, Creative Commons Attribution 3.0, or are used with permission of the creators. Please note that some links to books and other items on this page may feature Amazon Associate links.by