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DOWNLOAD (Free Version): Gene and Randall present a return visit from John B. Alexander, Ph.D. This wide-ranging discussion covers topics that range from the History Channel’s “Project Blue Book” TV show, that was very loosely based on the life of Dr. J. Allen Hynek, to the Pentagon’s UAP Task Force, the Roswell legend, the book “The Day After Roswell” by Philip J. Corso and William J. Birnes, cosmic consciousness, the afterlife and even reincarnation. Dr. Alexander is a retired senior Army officer with nearly half a century experience in special operations, intelligence, and research and development. He is author of many articles, monographs and books, including, “UFOS: Myths, Conspiracies, and Realities” and “Reality Denied: Firsthand Experiences with Things that Can’t Happen – But Did.”
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After The Paracast: Available exclusively to Paracast+ subscribers: Curt Collins joins Gene and Randall for an extended discussion that includes: The History Channel’s “Project Blue Book” TV show and its flaws, Dr. John B. Alexander’s wide-ranging interests that cover such topics as UFOs and include life after death. The trio also looks at the U.S. government’s recent efforts to examine UAP sightings. Curtis runs Blue Blurry Lines , a website focused on the UFO mysteries, as well as its legends and hoaxes. He also runs The Saucers That Time Forgot with Claude Falkstrom, focused on unearthing “tales that UFO history has overlooked or would rather forget.” A recent example is an article on how legends of flying saucers were used in the late 1940s and also the 1950s as a gimmick to sell stuff to children.