For several weeks now, we’ve been enduring extreme danger in broadcasting, as two warring factions of the severed Hadal empire have battled against one another… with your friendly neighborhood Gralien Reporters caught right in the middle of the conflict. On this week’s edition of the show things finally come to a head… and Micah, along with Producer Chris Heyes and Engineer Matt Oakley, come face-to-face a violent legion of Hadal Imperialists. Will the crew make it out of the bunker alive, or will they succumb to the forces of evil that exist within the Hollow Earth?

The Gralien Report Podcast for July 25, 2011 (Click to Launch Player)

The pulse-pounding story will continue during hour three of this week’s Gralien Report Podcast… but in the meantime, here are some show notes pertaining to the news the guys did manage to cover before the Gralien Bunker was breached by denizens of the Dero Kingdom…

Explorers Find “Spaceship” Beneath the Baltic Sea

Ooh, Sexy: Naked Credit Default Swaps (they aren’t as sexy as they sound)

Minnesota MUFON: Did witnesses capture a real UFO on film?

Vanished: Strange Cases Of Unsolved Disappearances

Dramatic Ball Lightening Footage from The Darkest Hour film

Hadal image by Joerg A. Schneider via Flickr.

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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 “Gralien Report Podcast for July 24, 2011

  1. My friends,

    In case we never get to hear from you again, let me just write it was a real privilege to listen to your podcasts; and that I hope you got to kill many of those Hadal bastards before succumbing to their monstrous hordes.

    We, the faithful Gralien listeners, salute you.


  2. I do hope you are able to hold back that uprising. If not, it would be a shame as I am enjoying these last couple podcasts.

    Your guest was rather interesting here. On that note, you mentioned getting an article via Stephen Wagner – what about having him as a guest, assuming things are still intact.

    I had some more detailed comments, but I seem to have forgotten in the last day since I listened to the podcast. Keep up the good work though!

  3. the guest in the second hour briefly mentioned that mysterious disappearances seem to most frequently happen on Wednesdays and/or the 24th of the month. i just noticed that this August, the 24th is a Wednesday… watch out for yourselves!

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