The Men in Black remained a key element in the writings of American researcher John Keel throughout the years. Could some of their appearances have a down-to-earth explanation?
What does the “Pentacle Memorandum,” a U.S. government document discovered by researcher Jacques Vallee in 1967, really say about government involvement with UFOs?
This week’s program examines UFO incidents involving “unidentified submerged objects” observed at sea.
This week we look at the system used to classify UFOs by J. Allen Hynek, science advisor to the USAF’s Project Blue Book, and some of the most unusual UFO incidents it investigated.
This week we are joined by Alejandro Rojas for a discussion about a new FOIA release pertaining to the mysterious Pentagon AATIP UFO study, as well as the famous U.S. Air Force Project Blue Book.
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.
This week on The Gralien Report, we look at a variety of unusual phenomena coinciding with the 2017 American Eclipse, as well as the unusual folklore and urban legends of Kentucky.
As the Winter Solstice arrives, we celebrate the day’s shortest year, along with a discussion of espionage and paranoia with author Nick Redfern on the Men in Black.
UFO research, ESP, and media biases toward these subjects are discussed, as well as strange disappearances and human mutilations with researcher Butch Witkowski.
In addition to the latest weird news, author B. Timothy Pennington Ph.D. joins us to discuss his new book, “Science, Skeptics, and UFOs.”