This week on The Gralien Report... Happy Independence Day! Have we finally found proof of cave-dwelling aliens (yes, that would be a Hadal) living in Kentucky? Also, are there incidents where a UFO has ever murdered a human being? Tonight we’ll look at compelling evidence for this and much more…

The Gralien Report Podcast for July 4, 2012

Also, we dig into such bizarre subjects as headaches induced by adult entertainment, the eventual destruction of one of the world’s oldest cities, the purchase of a vampire hunting kit by the Royal Armoury, and much more… and while it hardly qualifies as being the binary code our cyborgic members of the audience would prefer to study, we’ve included show notes nonetheless to aid you in your collection of Earthling data…

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Micah Hanks

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 info@micahhanks.com.

8 Replies to “The Gralien Report Podcast for July 4, 2012

  1. Hello chaps. That alien goblin-type encounter you were discussing with Greg sounds an awful lot like the plot of the classic tale of cosmic horror “The Whisperer in Darkness” by the master himself, H P Lovecraft. The parallels are quite striking.

    You have a skeptical gentleman (Greg) who is contacted by a man who lives in a remote area, and who claims to be besieged by strange, monstrous beings. There is some speculation that they come from inside the earth. His dog is extremely agitated by them, and then is possibly killed by them. He provides photographs of the footprints they have left around his house, and is growing increasingly concerned for his safety.

    Not saying it’s a hoax, just rather similar in subject matter and tone. In which case, take care if you go out there. After all, in “The Whisperer in Darkness”, the protagonist, Albert Wilmarth, ran into more trouble than he could handle. Take care, gentlemen, I beseech you!

    On the other hand … maybe it’s true, and that poor soul is actually a victim of the dreaded Mi-Go, otherwise known as the Funghi from Yuggoth! In which case, DEFINITELY don’t go!

    Best wishes,
    Alan

  2. Gentlemen,

    I was fascinated by your conversation with Greg Newkirk regarding the goblin-alien-type-creature-thing encounters, and I couldn’t help noticing some quite striking parallels with the plot of the classic tale of cosmic horror by the master himself, H P Lovecraft.

    The set-up in particular is virtually identical: a skeptical researcher is contacted by a man living in a remote area, who claims to be besieged (particularly at night) by strange, monstrous beings who seem to have something against his dog, which later vanishes. The man believes that the beings come from somewhere inside the earth, and later offers photographs of their footprints as proof of their existence. Of course, in “The Whisperer in Darkness”, the alien entities cannot be photographed, since they are not made of normal matter and their molecules vibrate at a different rate. Maybe the fact that the victim’s photographs are blurry is due to the same phenomenon!

    In any event, I would urge extreme caution if you decide to go out there to investigate. After all, Albert Wilmarth ran into more trouble than he could handle when he visited Henry Akeley in those remote and forbidding Vermont hills; and if Greg Newkirk’s unnamed correspondent really has encountered the dreaded Mi-Go (otherwise known as the Funghi from Yuggoth), then I wouldn’t give much for your chances.

    All the best,
    Alan

  3. Thanks RPJ! And sorry I posted twice – something weird happened the first time, and I thought I’d lost the post, so decided to write it all out again!

  4. Procrastination might indeed be a plausible theory here… the other alternative explanation is that the host hasn’t had a vacation in four years, works seven days a week, and is THE BUSIEST MAN ON IN THE ENTIRE MOHOROVIC DISCONTINUITY! Although, since certain days of the week he’s the only human that far down beneath the earth’s surface, it’s not saying much. He would at very least rank among the world’s busiest intrepid and adventurous seekers of strangeness, I think.

  5. No vacation in four years, Mr Hanks, and working seven days a week? Sounds like a recipe for SCREAMING INSANITY – especially in view of where you work. If you get the chance, I heartily recommend the fascinating New England seaside community of Innsmouth for a short break. You might try the Gilman Hotel, but be sure to keep your door locked and firmly barricaded at night.

  6. all work and no play makes Micah a dull boy
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    all work and no play makes Micah a dull boy
    all work and no play makes Micah a dull boy
    all work and no play makes Micah a dull boy
    all work and no play makes Micah a dull boy
    all work and no play makes Micah a dull boy
    all work and no play makes Micah a dull boy

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