In Mission 137 we explore how the main stream media covers the unexplained. Almost every week some news outlet will cover a paranormal story. Sometimes they do so with a scoff, other times video or photo evidence demands the public’s attention and the clips make it to prime time. Tonight the Oddballs are going to look at some headlines from around the globe and have an open discussion as to why some of these items make the news and how the topic is being covered. Could it be that disclosure is happening all around us all of the time and the media is playing its role? Tune in to find out!
In Mission 135, we recap the Citizen Hearing on UFO Disclosure with Peter Robbins. Between April 29 and May 3, 2012 in Washington DC, forty researchers along with dozens of UFO witnesses that included military, agency, and political persons of high rank and station, converged on the National Press Club to testify in front of five former members of the United States Congress on UFOs and extraterrestrials. The objective was to share what the witnesses and researchers know, and urge the real congress to fully disclose what the U.S government knows. We hear highlights from that meeting and debate whether it’s a good idea to fully disclose UFOs. Don’t miss it!
In Mission 125 we explore the secret space program with author and journalist, and Emmy-award winning producer Tim R. Swartz. Swartz is the co-author of the book, The Secret Space Program, and the editor of the Web site ConspiracyJournal.com. We go from Nikola Tesla’s earliest experiments with energy and gravity to some secret craft developed by both private industry and the government. Is there a base on the moon already? Or Mars? Tune in to find out! Dr. Dreck stops by with his own secret space project and don’t miss zombies in the news!