Monday, December 29, 2008

Binnall of America

Over at Binnall America, you can find the details of a new, 2-part interview that Tim Binnall conducted recently with me and my UFOMystic partner, Greg Bishop.

And here's Tim to tell you more about it:


BoA:Audio looks at 2008: The Year in Ufology with our special guests Nick Redfern & Greg Bishop (of UFO Mystic fame) taking part in BoA:Audio's first true dual interview.

Both good friends of binnall, the conversation quickly turns into a roundtable discussion on the past year of UFO stories, both large and small, and spans over 3 hours (hence our splitting of the interview into halves).

On Tuesday, 12/30 (or thereabouts), Part One covers the first six months of the year, beginning with Nick and Greg trying to talk binnall down after he laments the series of UFO flops that was 2008.

Then we discuss the Stephenville UFO sighting and subsequent mania, the alleged UN UFO meeting, another UK UFO file release, the Vatican endorsement of aliens, Jeff Peckman & the "alien video," the UK UFO flap from the Summer, and the 100th anniversary of the Tunguska event. Plus, remembrances of influential esoteric names Georgina Bruni, Arthur C. Clarke, and Albert Hoffman.

On Friday, 1/2 (or around that date), Part Two covers the latter half of 2008. We'll dissect the Edgar Mitchell UFO "disclosure," the Bigfoot Body Bonanza of mid-August, the Needles "UFO crash," Blossom Goodchild's UFO non-event, the election of Barack Obama and the subsequent UFO disclosure push, and the folding of Alien Worlds magazine.

Plus, we remember Erik Bekjord and Monsignor Corrado Balducci, both of whom passed away this past year.

Closing out the discussion, we also reflect on "what's hot" and "what's not" as 2008 comes to an end and what genres may be on the rise in 2009.

Sunday, December 28, 2008

The British Werewolf

The new issue of Britain's Paranormal magazine includes an article from me on the history of werewolves and lycanthropy. It describes several sightings of werewolf-style beasts in Britain: one seen in Scotland in 1952; another encountered in Scotland in 1967; and an English account from the late 1940s. Whether physical, paranormal, or something else, the British werewolf is most definitely here to stay. And, for more information on the issue of Paranormal in question, click right here.

Wednesday, December 10, 2008

Pangea Radio

I'll be discussing my crypto research tonight on Pangea's World of Weird radio show at Blog-Talk Radio. I've done this show before, and it's always a good time; so listen in, if you get the chance. Here's the link for all the details.

Thursday, December 4, 2008

UFOs in Paranormal

The new issue of Britain's Paranormal magazine includes an article from me titled UFOLUTION: The Ever-Changing Phenomenon of UFOs, which delves deep into the way in which the UFO itself has drastically changed over the last century or so, from the Phantom Airships to the Foo Fighters, from the Ghost Rockets to the Flying Saucers, and up to the present day with the ubiquitous Flying Triangles.

Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Chupas on the Radio

I was interviewed on Sunday night on KAPS Paranormal Radio about my research trips to Puerto Rico in search of the Chupacabras.

In case you didn't catch the show live, it's now archived online at this link.

We covered a lot of ground in the interview, such as the theories concerning what the Chupacabras might or might not be; its origins; the nature of its attacks on the animals of Puerto Rico; vampire legends; and much more.

Monday, December 1, 2008

Psychic Spying: Online

I recently wrote an article for issue 29 of Britain's Paranormal Magazine on the subject of so-called Remote-Viewing and the secret files on the subject that have been generated over the years by the governments, military, and intelligence communities of the former Soviet Union, Britain, and the United States. Extracts from the article have just been posted online at the magazine's website, and can be found right here.