Month: February 2019

February 28, 2019

Project Blue Book Episode 8 Review: War Games

History’s Project Blue Book gets dark and cynical in this episode. However, some of the darkest stuff is backed up by real-life events, just not UFO ones. From the beginning, it was obvious that the show would not follow the real event too closely. The show has become what a sci-fi author would have devised from their imagination if they were to make up a […]

February 23, 2019

The Orville Season 2 Episode 8 Review: Identity Part I

I am still getting my feet under me when it comes to writing TV show reviews. It is certainly an art. However, it is a lot of fun. I am a big fan of The Orville, but as a reviewer, it is my job to criticize. When it came to this episode of The Orville, I found some stuff to call out, and not all […]

February 20, 2019

Spending the Night in a Haunted Cemetery

Years ago, while writing for a website called The Examiner – I was the Denver Paranormal Examiner – I wrote a post about going on a ghost hunt in the wilds of Colorado. My cousin was attending Metro State College in Denver at the time, and he organized an expedition to the Silver Cliff Cemetery. He was able to get us permission to camp in […]

February 19, 2019

Dr. John Alexander discusses UFOs and the U.S. Government on Open Minds UFO Radio

John Alexander is a retired Army Colonel who has been a critical figure in the field of non-lethal weapons and also played a role in U.S. Army Intelligence research in the paranormal. In the 1980s John put together a group of intelligence officials, members of all branches of the military and the defense aerospace industry to investigate UFO secrecy. His group was called the Advanced […]

February 19, 2019

The Orville Season 2 Episode 7 Review: Deflectors

Love The Orville? I do too! So I am excited to be reviewing the show for Den of Geek. Granted, I am new to reviews and a little intimidated by the prospect, but I will give it a go. As you can see in the title, my first review is for season 2, episode 6. In this one, it turns out the Moclins, a male […]

February 13, 2019

Project Blue Book Episode 6 Review: Green Fireballs

The latest episode of the Project Blue Book TV series on History channel features the Green Fireball phenomenon of 1950. It also slips in nuclear UFO incidents in which UFOs are spotted and they apparently have an effect on nuclear missile launch systems. You can read all about it in my latest review on Den of Geek. Read it here: Project Blue Book Episode 6 Review: […]

February 13, 2019

Rich Hoffman Discusses The Scientific Coalition for Ufology on Open Minds UFO Radio

Open Minds UFO Radio: Rich Hoffman has been investigating the UFO phenomena for over 52 years. He grew up in Dayton, Ohio, the home of Project Blue Book, the US Air Force Project that was in place from 1952 to 1969. At age 15 Rich appeared on a Phil Donahue show in Dayton and became known as the local UFO expert which quickly propelled him […]

February 8, 2019

Project Blue Book Episode 5 Review: Foo Fighters

The latest episode of History’s Project Blue Book covers one of the most significant UFO mysteries, Foo Fighters. However, remember, this is a fiction program, so although it is true World War II pilots saw strange light they called Foo Fighters, not much else in the episode is real history. Much of the rest of the show is full of conspiratorial intrigue and adventure. Luck […]

February 5, 2019

Nick Pope Discusses Newly Released Government Documents on Open Minds UFO Radio

Open Minds UFO Radio: Nick Pope investigated UFOs for the United Kingdom’s Ministry of Defense (MoD) for several years in the early 1990s. He was skeptical about the phenomenon when he began looking into the matter. However, after having reviewed several credible cases Nick concluded that UFOs pose a real mystery, and unidentified vehicles in our airspace could pose a threat to national security. Since […]

February 1, 2019

Many Believe Science Is Only For Geniuses

Survey reveals that although people like science, they don’t understand it. A survey on the public perception of science commissioned by 3M is in many ways both revealing and perplexing. On the one hand, people have a positive perspective on the idea of science, but perhaps unsurprisingly, there are many science skeptics. And, although the number of people who see science as important is significant, […]