• NEW! LOWEST RATES EVER -- SUPPORT THE SHOW AND ENJOY THE VERY BEST PREMIUM PARACAST EXPERIENCE! Welcome to The Paracast+, eight years young! For a low subscription fee, you can download the ad-free version of The Paracast and the exclusive, member-only, After The Paracast bonus podcast, featuring color commentary, exclusive interviews, the continuation of interviews that began on the main episode of The Paracast. We also offer lifetime memberships! Flash! Take advantage of our lowest rates ever! Act now! It's easier than ever to susbcribe! You can sign up right here!

    Subscribe to The Paracast Newsletter!

On the Show — Martin Powell, Jason Gleaves and Brent Raynes


Gene Steinberg

Forum Super Hero
Staff member
Martin Powell x 1.pngMartin Powell is the author of hundreds of science fiction, mystery, and horror stories. He has worked in the comic book industry since 1986, writing for Marvel, DC, Malibu, Caliber, Moonstone, and Disney, among others, and has been nominated for the coveted Eisner Award. Martin also writes children’s books, and frequently contributes prose for many short story anthologies. He lives in Alabama, USA.




Jason Gleaves.pngJason Gleaves — UFO researcher, author and illustrator. Born in 1969 in Liverpool, England. He is time served Ex-Royal Air Force, British Aerospace Airbus division and BTEC National Diploma in Computer Aided Drafting in Engineering (CAD) for Shell Oil’s industry. BTEC National Diploma in Carpentry and Joinery, BTEC National Diploma in Aircraft Finishing, Electrostatic/powder coating techniques. High expertise in modern civilian and military world-wide aircraft/armaments recognition and visualization. He lives in Cheshire, UK.



brentraynes.pngBrent Raynes has been researching and investigating the unexplained since January 1967, at age 14, and is the author of “Visitors from Hidden Realms,” “On the Edge of Reality,” and “John A. Keel: The Man, The Myths, and the Ongoing Mysteries.” Brent began “Alternate Perceptions” Magazine back in 1985 as simply a 4-page newsletter entitled “ParaUFOlogy Forum.” It has come a long way since it's early beginning. In 1993, good friend and colleague Dr. Gregory Little, who had been contributing articles from the get-go, came onboard as a publisher and co-editor, and pretty soon it was a very professionally done color cover magazine of some 58 pages, with distributors from coast to coast and up into Canada. Then around 2000, we followed the growing trend and moved the magazine, which had become Alternate Perceptions, onto the internet. www.apmagazine.info

This trio will be here to talk about their book from Flying Disk Press, a graphic novel based on "UFO: The Closest Encounter — The True Story of Calvin Parker."

Cohost this week: Tim Swartz.

Recording Date (including After The Paracast):
Wednesday, September 6 at at 2:00 Pacific (5:00 PM Pacific)
Post your questions or comments for discussion below:

To Download After The Paracast: Please Subscribe to The Paracast Plus

www.theparacast.plus

Choose Your Membership Upgrade


Broadcast and Streaming Date:
September 10
 
Back
Top