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  • Thumbnail for Ep. #539: GLOWING RED w/ Steve Ward & Tobias Wayland

    Ep. #539: GLOWING RED w/ Steve Ward & Tobias Wayland

    Between late 1966 and 1967, a flying humanoid creature with wings and red eyes was seen by residents around Point Pleasant, West Virginia that has come to be known as Mothman. Steve Ward shares his research on the sightings and other high strangeness events that are seemingly connected. Tobias Wayland uncovers similar accounts of a winged humanoid seen around Lake Michigan and discusses his team’s analysis along with the phenomena associated with these events.

  • Thumbnail for Ep. #294: Reptilians & Humanoids w/ Len Kasten & Lon Strickler

    Ep. #294: Reptilians & Humanoids w/ Len Kasten & Lon Strickler

    Len Kasten exposes the sinister alien influence in world governments, financial systems and scientific institutions throughout history. Lon Strickler shares eyewitness reports of flying humanoids.

  • Thumbnail for Ep. #240: MOTHMAN w/ Lon Strickler | ALIEN BASES w/ Norio Hayakawa

    Ep. #240: MOTHMAN w/ Lon Strickler | ALIEN BASES w/ Norio Hayakawa

    Lon Strickler shares witness accounts of winged humanoids known as Mothman. Norio Hayakawa talks about investigating UFO’s and alien bases at Area 51 and Dulce, New Mexico. Jeremy discusses the deadly flu season and how ineffective vaccines are.

  • Thumbnail for Ep. #207: Gary Campbell | John Jeter

    Ep. #207: Gary Campbell | John Jeter

    Jeremy educates us on a very disturbing trend that’s going on right under our nose.  And if that doesn’t scare you enough, just wait until the end! Gary Campbell of the Official Loch Ness Monster Sightings Registrar details his sighting and countless others and tell us what he makes of a current drought in sightings being reported. We discuss the legend of the Gray Man, a being that appears to warn of hurricanes along the Carolina Coast and then mysteriously vanishes with John Jeter including his chilling encounter before Hurricane Floyd in 1999.