The gang discusses the U.S. Army’s plan to equip its troops with robotic mules. Matt Phillips from Jarhead Java on how his coffee company helps America’s veterans. Clubb reports on a possible UFO-link to the religious visions at Fatima. Plus, winners of the Goodreads “Battle of the Wingmen” free book giveaway are announced. Special guest: Lois Lane.
In one of the most requested rewind shows, the gang discusses the worst frauds in UFO history. Military expert Ross Sharp on the Mystery of Hitler’s Best Friend. Switch reports on non-alien humanoids seen at some UFO landing sites. Juan-Juan takes a walk down memory lane. Also, Bob the Ghost interrupts the show on-air. Special guest: Lois Lane.
Phil Orbanes, the best Monopoly player in the world, tells the incredible story of how a Monopoly game led to four Russian spies being uncovered in the White House during World War Two. (Fans of codebreaking, have a paper and pencil ready.) Also, author Bob Jamison on his father exploits in 1945 Germany hunting Nazi scientists for NASA -- and his later connection to the JFK assassination. Plus, why the Germans & Japanese thought foo fighters were American secret weapons and Switch reports on a man who heard voices coming from his blowtorch. Special guest: Ella the Psychic.
The gang talks about several paranormal incidents reported during the Vietnam War, including a missing B-52 bomber found hidden deep in the jungle, undamaged, its crew dead. Dr. Bob Gross on how to reform UFO investigation techniques. Plus, Top Ten fan letters for Switchy. Special guests: Willy Clubb & Valerie the Empath.
The gang discusses the origins of the Foo Fighters, World War II slang for UFOs. Author Micah Dank talks about his new book series, “Into The Rabbit Hole.” Switchblade on the Van Meter Incident. Ella the Psychic selects the six winners of the big Mack Maloney free book giveaway. Agent X mixes up Chiclets with Tic Tacs. Special Guest: Canadian Superfan Pam Chudoba.
In a special broadcast, show security chief Willy Clubb reports on the link between reincarnation and soldiers killed in battle, including an especially disturbing episode from his childhood. Also, the story of a B-47 bomber’s chilling encounter with a UFO over the Gulf of Mexico. Plus, Trish of Sweetwaters Donuts announces plans to name a donut after Switch. Special guest: Jill Hanson. This show not recommended for minors.
The gang talks to UFO researcher Paul Dale Roberts about six mysterious photographs he saw while working for U.S. intelligence services. Real-life NCIS agent Chris Ahr on what it’s like to correct scripts for the NCIS TV shows. The bizarre story of the USS FDR, a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier haunted by UFOs for more than 20 years. Plus, the Mack Maloney free book giveaway continues. Special guest: Nurse Kayla.
Mack, Juan-Juan, Cobra & Switch talk with X-Men producer Eric Lewald about how not to kill off a super hero. Switch meets the mystery guest of his dreams, but she doesn’t recognize him. Plus, the best UFO humanoid reports from the 1950s and the bizarre story of how Mack & Coco became friends during the first Gulf War. Special guest: Valerie the Empath.
Mack, Juan-Juan, Cobra & Switch talk with author Phil Orbanes about a special op from World War Two that was so secret, even the President wasn’t told about it. Vic Mignogna, star of the “Star Trek Continues,” dishes on William Shatner. The Ghost Sisters talk about their chilling ghost-hunting adventures. Switch gets an unusual fan letter. Mack & JJ argue about Quentin Tarantino again, and the gang proves that Roger Moore was the best James Bond ever. Also, the big Mack Maloney free book giveaway continues. Special guests: Willy Clubb & Lois Lane.
Mack, Juan-Juan, Cobra & Switch talk Virtual Reality with video producer Greg Masto and Bishop Ron Feyl Enright. If you murder someone in VR, is it a crime? When the military embraces VR, will it change war forever? Will Juan-Juan ever play live on stage with the Rolling Stones? These and other questions are answered in this special broadcast. Also, Ella the Psychic goes on a date and Tim Weisberg explains what sunk Dark Matter Radio. Special guest: Val the Empath.
Beamed up once again, Mack, Juan-Juan, Cobra & Switch talk to Bobby Clark, the veteran Hollywood stuntman who played the famous Gorn monster in the original Star Trek TV series. Marc Cushman, author of “These Are The Voyages,” explains why William Shatner isn’t that much a dick. Also, the gang discusses the Dyatlov Pass Incident, in which nine Russian mountain climbers died under extremely bizarre circumstances. Plus, Mack accuses Cobra of using a voice-altering device; Switch details his latest Pop-Tart breakfast. Special guests, Agent X & Empath Valerie LoFaso.