281. Free Show: Special Report on Pentagon & UFOs & Peter Davenport

This Free Show is one plus hours of a 2.5 hour show, Alejandro Rojas & Martin Willis joined at the half hour by Kevin Randle covers what has happened since the NY Times published the article: Glowing Auras and ‘Black Money’: The Pentagon’s Mysterious U.F.O. Program on December 16th.  SUPPORT US FOR FULL SHOWS Then guest, Peter Davenport, Director of the National UFO Reporting Center discusses some recent, very interesting sightings including one that spanned a good part of the country, plus the Phoenix Lights, as well as Incident Exeter where Peter at age 17 spoke with first-hand witnesses, reported and published he also speaks of many other interesting cases. Merry Christmas!

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157. Peter Davenport

PeterDavenport_color_200x200Live show with Alejandro Rojas with the news and Peter Davenport inspires us with his great dedication and hard work single-handedly managing the National UFO Reporting Center (NUFORC). He further discusses interesting cases and much more.

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Show Notes, Peter Davenport, 157.

July 1st, Show 157

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The “Top 10” Strangest Canadian UFO Reports

Canadian UFO researchers and investigators were polled for their personal picks of the most remarkable Canadian cases of the past century (or so). They are, in chronological order:

Ottawa, Ontario                                           February 15, 1915

A “phantom invasion” of unusual aerial objects caused enough panic throughout the National Capital Region that the lights on Parliament Hill were extinguished in order to prevent targeting by the “enemy.”

Gander, Newfoundland                            February 10, 1951 Read more