This week we are joined by filmmaker Dave Beaty, director of “The Nimitz Encounters”, along with Gary Voorhis and Ryan Weigelt, who discuss a UFO incident that occurred off the coast of Southern California in 2004.
This week we look at a historical UFO mystery, involving a flap of sightings in the skies over America between 1896 and 1897 of odd “airships” of unexplained origin.
In a noteworthy, but widely overlooked official statement, the U.S. Navy appears to have acknowledged that it cannot identify objects seen in a series of controversial videos.
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’s podcast focuses in on Luis Elizondo, the star of the new History Channel series “Unidentified: Inside America’s UFO Investigation.”
This week on The Gralien Report, we delve into the story behind a recent New York Times “bombshell” report on the UAP / UFO enigma, while looking at a variety of contrasting views in the American media pertaining to it.
On this edition of The Gralien Report, we remember the life and work of celebrated UFO advocate and nuclear physicist, Stanton Friedman.
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 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 on The Gralien Report, MUFON Chief Photo/Video Analyst Marc D’Antonio joins us to discuss the study of alleged government UFO footage and other technical aspects of the UFO enigma.
This week we look at the latest science news, along with an update on the “science of the skies” and the forthcoming UFO Data Acquisition Project in The San Luis Valley.
This week we discuss Vietnam War-era UFO studies carried out by the United States with Australian researcher Paul Dean.
This week on the podcast, we discuss Carl Jung, and the development of ideas such as archetypes, the collective unconscious, and his other great contributions to psychology and psychoanalysis.
This week we are joined by author Ryan Sprague, who joins us to discuss his new book “Somewhere in the Skies: A Human Approach to an Alien Phenomenon.”