257. Free Show: Kevin Randle

Alejandro Rojas could not make the show, Kevin Randle discusses his thoughtful perspective on the recently released UFO documents (see show notes), what Top Secret Classified documents should and should not contain, as well as UFO incidents, hoaxes and more.

Show Notes

174. Kevin Randle

kevinAlejandro Rojas with the latest UFO news, then guest Kevin Randle talks about Roswell, his early work, progression of the case, some embellishments of witnesses, disappointments as well as strong evidence that something big happened there on July 8th, 1947. Subscribe to hear hour two when we talk about his new book: The UFO Dossier: 100 Years of Government Secrets, Conspiracies and Cover Ups.

Show Notes

150. Special Show, Roswell Slides

1375075_898765706831656_5895994749649717975_nThis show is dedicated to the recent Roswell Kodachrome “Alien” Slide release, starting out with a pre-recorded Philip Mantle of UFO Today , Curt Collins of Blue Blurry Lines comes up before hour two to speak for the “Roswell Slide” Research Group and support the show to hear what Kevin Randle has to share of the latest events including his talk with Don Schmitt.

Blog: The Aztec UFO Recovery

by Michael Lauck

aztecThe Aztec incident involves a flying saucer that was reportedly found by the United States government in the desert near Aztec, New Mexico. The occupants, said to be small humanoids, were all dead apparently due to a loss of cabin pressure or atmosphere leak caused by a small amount of damage to the craft. The military personnel sent to recover the craft gained entry and were supposedly able to truck the saucer out of the area for further study. The Aztec Incident was first covered by entertainment reporter Frank Scully in his 1950 book Behind the Flying Saucers. This was one of four saucer recoveries he mentions in the work. Almost since the publication of his work the story has been disputed and has been considered by many to be a hoax perpetrated on Scully by a pair of con men. Some researchers in recent times have argued that there was actually a craft recovery in the area.

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