This week, science writer Becky Ferreira joins us to discuss an odd discovery about the mysterious “fast radio bursts,” some of which appear to be pulsing signals into space on a regular schedule.
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 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.
This week we are joined in-studio by author and researcher David Weatherly, who discusses his interests in indigenous teachings, folklore, and cryptozoology.
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.
This week we discuss anomalies of the animal kingdom, as well as SETI, cosmology, and issues pertaining to the scientific community with guest Dr. Brian Keating.
This week, Micah brings the listeners along on an adventure into the Linville Gorge, home of the famous Brown Mountain Lights and other mysteries.
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, we devote a lengthy discussion to the famous Patterson Gimlin film of 1967, which purportedly depicts a female sasquatch walking near Bluff Creek, California.
This week we examine recent controversial statements made by U.S. politicians in relation to UFOs, which includes an alleged “briefing” that occurred with President Donald Trump.
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 are joined by Daniel Lieberman, M.D. and Michael Long, authors of the book The Molecule of More, which discusses the ways that dopamine affects our behavior and activities.
This week on the podcast, Micah recounts his visit to a unique town with a “mystic mountain” and folklore about Sasquatch from the Pacific Northwest.