This week on The Gralien Report Podcast, the gang discusses people’s reaction to the new teaser trailer for J.J. Abrams’ Star Wars: The Force Awakens, as we examine science stories that are suggesting the likelihood that real “Star Wars” type scenarios might exist elsewhere in the cosmos.

In hour two, we also examine the numerous reports of mysterious sounds referred to as “sky quakes,” and how one expert believes these sounds could be evidence of a top secret U.S. spy plane. Micah gives us some of the best evidence for the existence of such an aircraft, which may utilize pulse-detonation technologies, along with a candid examination of reports, both present-day and past, of similar “sky quakes” in relation to mysterious aerial phenomenon.

We’ve been keeping our Gralien X subscribers up-to-date on the ongoing sky quake saga for a few weeks now… and if you’d like to get the inside scoop about what’s happening behind the bunker walls, sign up for Gralien X to get additional weekly podcasts, monthly specials, and more.

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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

2 Replies to “12.01.14. Star Wars and Strange Booms on The Gralien Report

  1. Where I live (Preston) is approx 25miles North of Manchester, here British Aerospace, who I believe are the worlds largest defence contractor have a huge facility at Warton where they build their fighter jets (euro fighter). I grew up a couple of miles from the works, my mum worked there and so do many friends. There they are building a new plane called taranis, i used to see it being tested at night over where I lived, essentially a triangle with a light in each corner. I’m pretty sure these noises are down to BAe and their R&D of new aircraft. The noises sound much like what I used to hear when jet testing was occurring over the years.

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