Happy Halloween all you Graliens out there! In addition to celebrating the season, this week’s edition of the Gralien Report Podcast also features a post-Paradigm Symposium wrap-up, in which, rather than looking for the big-name speakers and others involved with the event, we go straight to the crowd and open the phone lines to calls from those who attended, who share stories and favorite memories from the event. And of course, we feature a healthy smattering of the latest in weird news and anomalistics just as well…

The Gralien Report Podcast for October 31, 2012 (Click here to launch player)

In addition to weird news, we have withdrawn the latest links from the untold volumes of ancient lore that drift among the blackened digital oceans of the World Wide Web… enjoy!

Space-time anomalies and the unexplained

Surveillance technology that can watch… and predict?

It’s that damned ole’ CORN DEMON again…

Did Red Pill Junkie see a UFO after Paradigm Symposium?

 

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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.

One Reply to “The Gralien Report Podcast for October 31, 2012”

  1. Hey, I too received one of those “Thinking of You” cards from the TSA on my way back to Mexico.

    Although I didn’t really mind that much, as I was sure to follow their little guidelines, packed my fluids and electronic gear inside clear Ziploc bags and all that.

    I was actually much more nervous on my way to Minneapolis. I kept imagining the alarms to go off, and a security guard plunging his arm inside my clothing, and then saying:

    -Sir, would you mind explaining what’s the meaning of this *showing the 2 luchador masks I took to Paradigm*

    (Me) –Um… Ancient Aliens?

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