• AATIP MUFON Symposium 2018
    Commentary,  Conferences,  Lectures,  Ufology

    People still don’t know about AATIP

    Despite what most in the UFO field would like to believe, there is still a large group unfamiliar with AATIP—the U.S. government’s recently revealed UFO program. This was the main subject at this year’s 2018 MUFON International Symposium. For those of you who are part of that group, here is a link to catch you up to speed on the DoD’s Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program. And for those of you who ARE familiar, here’s a more recent article just for you. Yes you, my fellow UFO nut.

  • Commentary,  Writing

    Dave Schrader The New Late Night Host

    SUMMARY: Dave Schrader is the new host of Midnight in the Desert. Let’s be honest, paranormal programming isn’t nearly as enjoyable after Art Bell left the radio waves for good. A lot of people complain that Midnight in the Desert (MITD) is less than stellar, and even less than bearable to listen to, after his “successor” Heather Wade took over full-time hosting duties. With the sudden passing of Art and the recent departure of Wade, it seemed like the show was destined to fail once and for all. Until…

  • Ufology

    George Clinton’s Alien Abduction

    As one can imagine, legendary funk artist George Clinton has probably had a number of episodes of “missing time.” Those familiar with his eclectic taste know that he’s no stranger to the drug lifestyle, which also surrounds his legacy. But there’s one experience George Clinton can’t seem to explain away as easily as that. Recently, on Sirius XM “’70s on 7” channel, Clinton opened up about the moment that both he and Bootsy Collins witnessed while en route to Canada. Take a listen…  

  • Travis Walton speaks to an audience at Mainline MUFON on May 23, 2017.
    Commentary,  Ufology

    Is there more to Travis Walton’s abduction?

    The Travis Walton 1975 abduction case is one of the more remarkable cases in ufology for several reasons. (If you’re unfamiliar with the case, then start here.) But one of the reasons I’ve become fascinated with it is not for what we do know, but rather what we don’t know. At least not yet. Most of the attention in the case has remained focused on the single evening of November 5, 1975, when Walton first went missing. And most people assume that that is all there is to the story. That it was simply a one and done event, which involved one man at the wrong place at the wrong time,…