This week we look at “paleo-SETI,” scientists who have studied UFO reports from classical antiquity, and whether space explorers might have even visited Earth in the ancient past.
This week we are joined by Brett Tingley, writer for The Warzone, and USAF veteran navigator Jeff Smith to discuss newly released Navy pilot reports of encounters with mysterious “rogue aircraft.”
This week we delve into what NASA has to say about unexplained aerial phenomena, as we go in search of the U.S. space agency’s “secret” UFO files.
This week’s podcast looks at the enigma of Skinwalker Ranch, a purported hotspot for UFO activity and other strangeness, with journalist MJ Banias.
On this Christmas edition of the program, we look at the mythological themes in Star Wars and how Joseph Campbell’s writings on “The Power of Myth” helped inspire their creation.
On this episode, we look at the work of Charles Fort, whose strange writings and study of anomalies anticipated the “arrival” of UFOs more than two decades later.
This week we look at the remarkable story of Apollo 11, which put men on the moon in one of the greatest achievements of the 20th century.
This week we celebrate the anniversary of the sighting that put “flying saucers” on the map, where pilot Kenneth Arnold became the first high-profile UFO witness on June 24, 1947.
This week we are joined by Michael P. Masters, Ph.D., a professor of biological anthropology and author of the new book “Identified Flying Objects: A Multidisciplinary Approach to the UFO Phenomenon.”
This week we are joined by author Rod Pyle, a space reporter and author of several books, including his new “Interplanetary Robots: True Stories of Space Exploration.”
On this episode, crime scene investigator and author Paul Rimmasch joins us to discuss his book, Fingerprints and Phantoms, and share some of the unique stories contained therein.
This week, in addition to news and Oumuamua updates, we look at the odd history of UFO cults, and how such groups have adopted dangerous belief systems involving UFOs.
On this edition of the podcast, we discuss reports of “wild men” in America, and whether these involve a monster, popular myths, or perhaps most frightening of all… actual men living “off the grid”?
On this edition of the podcast, we look at Phobos, one of Mars’s most unusual moons, and the long history of unusual phenomena associated with it.