TONIGHT on the Gralien Report… Micah and the gang will be broadcasting LIVE from a haunted mansion, as we discuss ghostly history, strange news, and of course, ongoing updates throughout the evening regarding the New Hampshire Primary. It will be a fun-filled night of mystery and intrigue… and might we even receive a word or two from one of our spectral residents at tonight’s special location?

Click here to listen to The Gralien Report Podcast with Micah Hanks

In addition to news, ghost stories and New Hampshire Primary updates, we’ll be explaining the story behind the fan art depicted above (Chris and his lady love, the Hadal High Priestess)… and also, be sure and look at the remarkable video below of Silverback gorillas interacting with an American photojournalist (which we’ll be discussing on the program). Finally, we’ve included a few show notes, and a weekly news round up of additional stories we didn’t get to…

ABOVE: Wild gorillas interacting with an American tourist… in an incredible way.

ABOVE: The eerie keeper of Colinwood, Barnabas Collins, loomed behind on the library wall during the broadcast.

…And for a few Show Notes:


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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

3 Replies to “The Gralien Report Podcast for January 10, 2012

  1. Poor lad is just nervous, you know what they say about Hadal guys?!!! Makes a lot to live up to.

  2. Hello Graliens! Enjoyed the podcast very much; thanks for reading my commentary on air! Anyway, I wanted to put in a quick comment on President Obama: I too am gravely disappointed with his presidency thus far. Every talking point he touted during his election campaign, that happened to catch my ear, has come to naught. This includes everything from getting out of the middle-east, to stronger regulations on how our food is labelled. Nevertheless, I am of the opinion that he is at the mercy of corporate influences behind the scenes. I know I am speaking in a great generality (because I do not have the time to write a few pages on it), but I honestly believe that the president has a “yoke” about his neck, and has little control over major issues. If I could sum up my thoughts about the state of the union, I’d say we became a “corpratocracy” a long time ago, and the dull masses are only recently catching on.

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