This week on The Gralien Report, as the Autumn equinox ensues, we ask whether you can really stand an egg on its end on this enigmatic day, among other things. Elsewhere, a set of 558m-year-old fossils have been identified as the oldest known animal identified to-date. Also, strange things have been shaking around the San Andreas Fault, where geoscientists have identified something called “deep creep,” which may have implications for the study of earthquakes in the region.
Making the news elsewhere is a new documentary called Hunt For the Skinwalker by filmmaker Jeremy Corbell, which prominently features KLAS Las Vegas reporter George Knapp. From his personal files, the film features video documentation of the ongoing strangeness that was alleged to have occurred at the so-called Skinwalker Ranch location. But of greater interest to recent happenings, how does the Skinwalker affair relate to the Pentagon’s UFO program, as discussed in the New York Times last December?
And on that subject, MUFON Chief Photo/Video Analyst Marc D’Antonio joins us to talk about the purported Pentagon UFO footage, and why he’s a bit skeptical about what the footage purports to show. Specifically, D’Antonio has spotted a number of “artifacts” in the footage that could indicate some down-to-earth conclusions we might make about the videos… although that’s not to say that we can easily “debunk” them per se, nor discredit some of the unusual reports associated with the Pentagon’s UFO study group.
In fact, D’Antonio’s interest in the subject stems from his own personal experiences studying UAP over the years, which included one hair-raising incident that occurred on a submarine years ago, where D’Antonio may have witnessed a so-called “Fastwalker” himself… all of which we discuss with him this week on the program.