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DOWNLOAD (Free Version): Gene and Randall present author/researcher Kevin D. Randle to discuss his book, "The Best of Project Blue Book, which examines the possible evidence for alien visitation that is found in the official U.S. Air Force investigation into UFOs. Kevin is also considered to be one of nthe foremost living experts on the Roswell incident. He is well known for his debates with the late Ufologist and nuclear physicist Stanton Friedman, and is also the author of such books as “Project Moondust,” “Conspiracy of Silence,” “A History of UFO Crashes,” “Roswell in the 21st Century,” “Reflections of a UFO Investigator,” plus a number of sci-fi novels. He is also a helicopter pilot who served in the United States Army during both the Vietnam War and the Second Gulf War.
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After The Paracast: Available exclusively to Paracast+ subscribers: Prolific author and veteran UFO investigator Kevin D. Randle returns to continue the discussion about the book, “The Best of Project Blue Book,” which started on the May 24, 2020 episode of The Paracast. Kevin continues to discuss revisiting major cases examined by the Air Force in search of new evidence, and describes why he feels the 1964 Socorro, NM sighting was bundled by such investigators as APRO and NICAP in their coverage of the case. Randall and Kevin debate on whether the UFO might have been a test aircraft or some kind of unknown phenomenon, perhaps a spaceship. And what about Project Moon Dust, reputed to be a once-secret successor to Project Blue Book?