Mack, Juan-Juan and Cobra talk to Bob Jamison, whose father worked for the OSS during World War Two spiriting German scientists out of Europe and saving them from the Russians. Chuck Stansburge on his recent trip through the galaxy with his alien friends. Rock musician Carmen Sclafani calls in to talk about his latest album. Switchblade Steve on just how freaky the Nazis were; Emily M on Hitler’s obsession with cupcakes.
Mack, Juan-Juan and Commander Cobra talk with Ross Sharp about an enormous structure built near Stonehenge almost 5,000 years ago. Show security supervisor Willy Clubb reveals a disturbing love letter sent to Juan-Juan. Cindy Bailey Dove on the future of sports drones. Rock star Merrell Fankhauser on his new Hollywood connection. Switchblade Steve on a woman who went to Mars. Emily M on secrets of the Ouija Board. Special guest Barbara With calls in from Paris.
Mack, Juan-Juan. Cobra & Rob Beckhusen of "War is Boring," talk about America's latest jet fighter, the F-35 Lightning II and how some say US taxpayers paid more than $1 trillion for a plane that doesn't fly. Also, Juan-Juan reports on the mysterious town of Ong's Hat, New Jersey and Switchblade Steve Ward tells the story of a top official in the RAF making contact with aliens.
Mack & Cobra talk to Rob Beckhusen about more wacky military weapons, Star Trek's "Tuvok," (aka actor Tim Russ) calls in to chat, Switchblade Steve reports on a ghostly RAF pilot, more news about a TV cooking show funded by the CIA, and special in-studio guest Agent X, former Army Intelligence officer and currently working with America's three-letter government agencies, has no answer when asked if he ever saw any evidence of UFOs during his black ops career.
Mack, Juan-Juan & Cobra talk to a panel of guests about President John F. Kennedy’s murder in Dallas 54 years ago. LAPD detective/interrogation expert Paul Bishop explains how Lee Harvey Oswald evaded some questions in the same way spies try to foil the third degree. Switchblade & Emily-M report on the UFO connection to the assassination. Ross Sharp talks about the British reaction to JFK’s death, including how the Beatles success was linked to November 22, 1963. Special appearance by the Ghost of JFK.
Mack & Juan-Juan talk to UFO researcher Michael Schratt about the deepest classified projects of the U.S. military, including the $5 billion “Flying Dorito.” Switchblade & Emily-Em report on the recent Creature Weekend. Mack gets a surprise package from Puddles the Cat. Special guest: Martin Willis of Podcast UFO.
Mack, Juan-Juan & Cobra celebrate all things spooky from their new studio in Exeter, NH. Guests calling in with their best scary stories include Ross Sharp on Haunted Airplanes, Robin Nimmo on the City of 12,000 ghosts, Dribbles on One Dead Dog, Emily Mittermaier on ghostly voices and Mothman, Switchblade on the UFO Grinning Man. Also, Pistol Pete gets a cake, aliens disrupt the show’s time-phase continuum and the gang’s new security chief reveals dark secrets about Juan-Juan’s female fans. Special guest, Superfan Barbara With.
Mack, Juan-Juan & Commander Cobra talk to the organizers of the highly-successful Greater New England UFO Conference of Leominster, Mass. Cindy Bailey Dove on a secret drone base near her house in Arkansas. Barbara With's update on her spooky hand injury. Rob Beckhusen on nuking hurricanes and what’s new with his cat, Puddles. Switchblade Steve on a bizarre Men-in-Black incident in Maine in 1975. Famous UFO abductee Travis Walton reveals his celebrity status helps him meet chicks.
Mack, Juan-Juan & Cobra do the first show from their new virtual studio. Highlights include: The Sizzle Reel, Rob Beckhusen on the new SR-72 spy plane, his love-life and naming his cat “Puddles.” Juan-Juan sings “Mack the Knife.” The return of the Black-Eyed Kid. Plus, two Switchblade Steve segments: the Mystery of the Men in Lead Masks and the bizarre story of the Van Meter Monster. Surprise guest: Mrs. Cobra.
The party continues with Dribbles the Bitter Clown, Ross Sharp, UFO mechanic Al Renaldo, Barbara With, The Black-Eyed Kid, Cindy Bailey Dove, Psychic Bill Stillman, Rob Beckhusen, Dr Carmen McGuinness, Superfan Barry Keefe (twice), plus Dave Greco owner of the restaurant where the gang always goes after every show.