This week we are joined by Jeffrey Meldrum, Ph.D., who discusses the science behind Sasquatch and similar “relict hominoids” purported to exist around the world.
This week we are joined by Oné R. Pagan, Ph.D. who discusses his book “Strange Survivors,” oddities in nature, and the search for credible cryptids and living fossils.
This week we look at the issue of Sasquatch, why a body has never been found if they do exist, and the controversy over whether a specimen should be killed to settle the debate.
Reports of the Tasmanian tiger, a creature believed to have gone extinct in the 1930s, continue in parts of Tasmania according to newly released documents.
This week we explore the history behind Sasquatch in a survey of historical evidence, famous hoaxes, and notable eyewitness encounters with America’s elusive great ape.
Scientists out of New Zealand have finally announced the results of an exhaustive DNA study which may point to a novel theory about the legendary Loch Ness Monster.
This week, we kick off the newly rechristened podcast with a journey back in time to the mysterious “Cradle of Humanity” in Eastern Africa, as we explore many known (and unknown) hominid ancestors archaeologists have discovered.
This week, in addition to news we look at a recent statement by the U.S. Navy, announcing new protocols and procedures for UFO sightings, and renewed efforts to document such reports.
This week Timothy McMillan joins us to discuss FOIA documents that provide details on an FBI raid and other claims made by Bob Lazar, one of the most controversial figures in modern UFO studies.
This week we turn our attention to the subjects of folklore and cryptozoology, as we present an elaborate survey of “American Monsters” said to exist in various parts of the United States.
This week, in addition to news and debate over the ethics of robotics, we look at 19th and early 20th-century newspaper reports that weighed in on the debate over the existence of sea serpents.
This week, along with UFO news we look at the controversy surrounding a “$21 trillion question” concerning money that is reportedly missing from defense spending and other areas of the U.S. government.
This week we kick off Autumn with a look at the eerie, as we canvass a collection of stories, studies, and experiences that look at the darker side of human nature, alien beings, and a famous West Virginia “monster.”
This week on The Gralien Report, we ask whether new scientific advances of the coming years might lead to the creation of a real-life “Jurassic Park.”