On this episode, award-winning former New York Times journalist Ralph Blumenthal joins us to discuss his reporting on UFOs since 2017, and his new book chronicling the life and work of Harvard psychiatrist John Mack.
Harvard astronomer Avi Loeb returns to discuss The Galileo Project, an effort to obtain high-resolution imagery and other data about UAP.
This week, we look at what the future of UFO studies may entail, and what government agencies can and should do in the years ahead as its UAP studies continue.
This week look at the scientific search for extraterrestrial life, and whether Earth has already been visited by travelers from alien worlds.
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This week we explore the UFO topic and abduction claims through the lens of myth and psychology with David J. Halperin, author of “Intimate Alien: The Hidden Story of the UFO.”
This week we explore the idea of interstellar probes, the mysterious ‘Oumuamua, and whether evidence of extraterrestrial visitors from beyond might have already been discovered by scientists.
This week we are joined for a UFO discussion by blogger Jazz Shaw, who shares his views on the media and shifting attitudes about the UFO subject, and what it means in modern society.
This week we look at how the concept of the “monolith” featured in the film “2001: A Space Odyssey” has shaped the future of space travel and the scientific search for alien life.
This week on The Gralien Report, we interview Mark O’Connell, author of the new book “The Close Encounters,” a biography of the late Ufologist J. Allen Hynek.
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There are a number of popular conspiracy theories abounding today that involve Earth’s moon. While some the likes of John Lear have alleged that there […]
The date was February 12, 2002, and United States Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld, had been speaking at a press briefing, detailing the apparent lack […]