Exploring the Bizarre )KCORradio.com) hosts Tim Beckley and Tim Swartz present another cutting edge interview. Dr. Michael Masters is a professor of biological anthropology at Montana Tech in Butte. Montana. His new book "Identified Flying Objects: A Multidisciplinary Scientific Approach to the UFO Phenomenon, challenges readers to consider new possibilities while cultivating conversation about our ever-evolving understand of time and time travel. To some, the UFO phenomena has long been suggested as evidence of extraterrestrial races visiting Earth using spaceships. But in fact, many close encounter reports have the UFO occupants confirming this assumption to the human witnesses. Nevertheless, there are some intriguing stories with many of these cases that could point to another explanation as to the origin of these objects, and their pilots...an origin that is a lot closer to us than a far-away star system. https://idflyobj.com/ Free newsletter at www.ConspiracyJournal.com
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In the 1950s, television was trying to find itself. Shows were often nothing more than radio with pictures. The 1960s, however, saw a new form of television drama emerge that featured complex story lines, ethnically diverse cast, and plots that featured political and social issues. Shows such as I Spy and Star Trek especially stood out as distinctive, television trailblazers. This week on Exploring the Bizarre, our guest Marc Cushman not only has worked for more than 30 years in TV and film as a screenwriter and director, he is also a renowned author with books on TV shows such as I Spy, Lost in Space and Star Trek. Marc Cushman Marc Cushman is an author and Los Angeles-based screenwriter and director. His television writing assignments include scripts for Star Trek: The Next Generation, Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction, and Diagnosis: Murder. His feature film credits include Desperately Seeking Paul McCartney, The Magic of Christmas, and In The Eyes Of A Killer. As a writer/producer, Marc created and served as show runner for two TV series: the cult comedy Channel K and its spin-off, the original Bachelor Pad. Marc is the author of the "biography of a TV show," I Spy: A History Of The Groundbreaking Television Series, and the definitive examination of the making of the original Star Trek series, with his 2,100 page, three-volume set, These Are The Voyages, TOS.
Saturday, April 6, 2019
It can't be spookier than this. Exploring the Bizarre hosts Tim Beckley and Tim Swartz welcome Puerto Rico's most influential UFO investigator Jorge Martin He has investigated hundreds of cases and incidents related to all things unusual and unexplained. These include encounters with little grey beings, the the involvement of the military and even a possible UFO crash. His books include Caribbean UFO Cover Up of the Third Kind, Taken in the Light, and El Yunque : A Portal to Other Worlds. He has been a consultant for the National Geographic channel, Unsolved Mysteries and Strange Universe. Check out on his FaceBook page.
Friday, April 5, 2019
Parapsychology is NOT dead! Exploring the Bizarre (KCORradio.com) hosts Tim Beckley and Tim Swartz welcome DR BARRY E TAFF who holds a doctorate in psychology with a minor in biomedical engineering. He is a world renowned parapsychologist who worked otu of UCLA's former Parapsychology Lab from 1969 through 1978 as a research associate. During his four decade career, Dr Taff has investigated more than 4500 cases of ghosts, hauntings, poltergeists and conducted extensive studies in telepathy and precognition, eventually developing the initial protocols and methodologies for what was later termed remote viewing. One of he cases he investigated in 1974 gained international fame as the book and motion picture, "The Entity" starring Barbara Hershey and Ron Silver. Dr Taff has consulted for business, the government and the CIIA as well as the Office of Naval Intelligence. He has written various articles for magazines and journals and is the author of "Aliens Above, Ghosts Below." His site is located at http://barrytaff.net/
Exploring the Bizarre (KCORradio.com) hosts Tim Beckley and Tim Swartz say hello to ADELE CASALES ROCHA whose life has at times been tormented by the unknown. Have you ever heard a voice calling your name in the middle of the night? Or seen a misty figure following you down a dark street? Almost everyone at some point in their lives have had a "paranormal" moment. Sceptics tend to dismiss these experiences as hoaxes or mistakes of perception...yet, who can tell? Our mainstream scientific understanding of human consciousness is by no means complete. There is still no consensus among researchers about what embodies “normal” and “abnormal” or “altered” states of consciousness. We might as well say that the paranormal exists as an intangible world that interacts with us. This week , our guest talks about her new book "Portal: A Lifetime of Paranormal Experiences," a compilation of eyewitness accounts and her own personal encounters with the unknown and terrifying. Adele Casales Rocha has traveled extensively to over 26 countries and has compiled accounts of terrifying and uncanny experiences in both her native country of the Philippines and abroad. Adele starred as "Elisa Simon" in episode two of the pilot, "UFO's Over Earth" while she was a field investigator for MUFON. Her personal experiences with the bizarre has led to a lifetime quest investigating sightings and paranormal events thru eyewitness reports. Adele is a screenwriter of science fiction and horror with over 11 screenplays which have placed in competitions in the United States. She has adapted for the screen, books by Philip Mantle and Paul Stonehill, who are prominent investigators and authors in the field of UFOlogy. https://www.StoryArtisan.wordpress.com