Returning to the program this week is filmmaker Dave Beaty, whose reporting for The Debrief recently brought to light another U.S. Navy encounter that occurred in 2004, involving the USS Ronald Reagan.
Joining us is journalist Alejandro Rojas, who shares his insights on the current state of science being applied toward the UFO phenomenon.
Joining us this week is Cristina Gomez, for a discussion about the current UAP debate, what intelligence officials aren’t saying, and the search for extraterrestrial life.
This week we are joined by author Greg Bishop, who discusses the odd side of U.S. government involvement with UFO research, as covered in his books “It Defies Language!” and “Project Beta.”
Joining us this week is researcher Joshua Cutchin, author of books like “A Trojan Feast,” which looks at the traditional idea of human encounters with “others” and the crossover between folklore and Forteana.
What did a group of residents really see in 1955 near Hopkinsville, Kentucky? This week, we go in search of possible answers about one of history’s strangest UFO cases.
Joining us this week are Jason McClellan and Ryan Sprague for a roundtable discussion on UAP investigations in 2021 and much more.
This week, we revisit the presentation of the UFO issue before the United Nations in 1978 with writer, reporter and broadcaster Lee Speigel.
This week, we explore odd and unsettling cases where UAP has had noticeable interactions with human observers.
This week, we discuss a proposed amendment in congress calling for an “Anomaly Surveillance and Resolution Office” in the DOD to study unidentified aerial phenomena.
This week, historian Graeme Rendall joins us to discuss pilot encounters with “Foo Fighters” over Europe during World War II, and other UFO encounters prior to 1947.
Robert Salas joins us to discuss the UFO incidents at Malmstrom Air Force Base and other incidents involving UFOs over nuclear sites.
In this episode, Micah travels into the heart of Brazil, and to the heart of the Brazilian UFO mystery in search of reports of odd lights over a UNESCO World Heritage site.
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.
This week, we wade into the debate over UFOs and the “extraterrestrial hypothesis,” and why some scientists think that the idea could present challenges going forward.
Harvard astronomer Avi Loeb returns to discuss The Galileo Project, an effort to obtain high-resolution imagery and other data about UAP.