July 28, 2013 — Scott Ramsey and Kevin D. Randle

Presenting “The Great Aztec Debate,” featuring Scott Ramsey, co-author of “The Aztec Incident: Recovery at Hart Canyon” and long-time UFO researcher Kevin D. Randle. During this debate, Ramsey will argue in favor of reports of a UFO crash in Aztec, NM in March 1948. Randle is a long-time skeptic of the case who attributes the report to two alleged hoaxers who gave the story to the late gossip columnist Frank Scully, author of  a 1950 book, “Behind The Flying Saucers.” The book was updated in 2008 with updated material from several authors, including Ramsey.

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July 21, 2013 — Mack Maloney

Gene and Chris explore the reports and legends of hidden government installations around the world where top secret research and possible UFO explorations are going on with Mack Maloney, author of “Beyond Area 51.” In addition to discussing such mysterious locales, he’ll cover incredible tales of animal experimentation and UFO sightings. And wait till you hear Maloney’s views about the Roswell and Aztec UFO crashes.

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July 14, 2013 — Chris Lambright and Curtis L. Collins

Gene and Chris present a full-scale discussion of a classic UFO encounter, the Cash-Landrum incident, which occurred on an isolated two-lane road near Houston, Texas on December 29, 1980. This sighting includes a witness who received possible severe radiation burns as the result of being in close proximity to the strange aircraft. To flesh out the nuts and bolts of the case, we invited two UFO investigators, Chris Lambright and Curt Collins (whom our forum members know as Sentry).

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July 7, 2013 — Richard Toronto and Geneva Hagen

Gene and Chris present Richard Toronto, author of “War over Lemuria: Richard Shaver, Ray Palmer and the Strangest Chapter of 1940s Science Fiction.” Toronto, a former newspaper reporter, is a long time student of the Shaver Mystery. We’ll also be joined by Geneva Hagen, co-editor of the UFO/occult magazine, “Caveat Emptor,” and a friend of Shaver’s. Both Palmer and Shaver were pioneers not just in science fiction, but helped in encouraging interest in flying saucers in the late 1940s and early 1950s.

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