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DOWNLOAD (Free Version for January 23, 2022): Gene is joined by special guest cohost Curt Collins as they present veteran UFO researcher Kevin D. Randle, here to talk about his latest book, “Levelland,” in which he provides extensive research into this classic sighting from November, 1957, which stalled cars and caused other mysterious electromagnetic effects. Randle began his study of UFOs while still a high school student. In 1972 he published his first article about UFOs in Saga's Annual UFO Report. Throughout the 1970s, he published a number of articles concerning a variety of UFO sightings including tales of alien abduction, photographic cases, and those involving some sort of physical evidence. Randle's writing is not limited to the UFO field. He is the author of more than 100 books that cover no just UFOs, but action-adventure, mysteries, and science fiction.
Coming January 30: Gene and special guest cohost Tim Swartz present Zelia Edgar, author of Just Another Tin Foil Hat. A lifelong Wisconsin resident, she was born in Green Bay, the state’s first city. Her family is from Southwestern Wisconsin, and the folklore of that region was a strong influence on her upbringing. Inspired largely by the rich history of weirdness throughout the Midwest, she has had a lifelong interest in the paranormal and has been seriously researching it for over a decade. In that time, she has worked as a certified field investigator and state director for Wisconsin MUFON, and currently runs the YouTube channel JustAnotherTinFoilHat. In addition to hosting a biweekly podcast by the same name on the Paranormal UK Radio Network, Zelia has also appeared as a guest on multiple podcasts and radio shows.
Coming February 6 (Rescheduled): Gene and special guest cohost Curt Collins present Greg Eghigian. Greg is Professor of History at Penn State University. In his research and teaching, he specializes in the history of science and medicine. He regularly teaches a course entitled “The History of Monsters, Aliens, and the Supernatural.” And he is presently finishing a book on the social history of the UFO and alien contact phenomena. Greg’s chief interest is in the human side of the paranormal – in other words, how individuals and societies in history have tried to make sense of these matters over time.
Coming February 13: A very special episode as Gene and guest cohost Curt Collins present former New York Times reporter Ralph Blumenthal, co-author of the recent series of groundbreaking Times articles revealing the secret Pentagon program to investigate UFOs. He is also author of “The Believer: Alien Encounters, Hard Science, and the Passion of John Mack," and led the Times metro team that won the Pulitzer Prize for breaking news coverage of the 1993 truck-bombing of the World Trade Center.
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After The Paracast: Available exclusively to Paracast+ subscribers: Gene and Curt Collins, our special guest cohost, welcome researcher/author Kevin D. Randle for further discussion. He focuses the main part of the interview on his current view of the Roswell crash, and his plans for yet another book on the topic. He also offers his skeptical view of the curious case of Lt. Col. Philip J. Corso, co-author of a controversial book, “The Day After Roswell,” in which he placed himself at the center of critical events, such as the alleged distribution of alien technology to private industry. Randle is the prolific author of more than 100 books that include “Roswell in the 21st Century,” a comprehensive look at the results of his 30 years of research into the legendary case.