Mack, Juan-Juan and Commander Cobra look into the bizarre story of a French submarine, filled with gold, that went missing in the Bermuda Triangle. Also, War Is Boring's Rob Beckhusen reports on the U.S. Navy's new controversial warship. Commander Cobra on a reported UFO dogfight above the U.K. Special Guest: Navy carrier pilot turned comedian, Mitch Stinson.
“Now We Know What Washington Would Do If They Found a UFO” -- Mack, Juan-Juan and Cobra discuss a startling revelation made by one of the show's intelligence contacts. Also, Rob Beckhusen on Who Let The Dogs Out in Dallas; Switchblade Steve on the classic Wales UFO flap. Plus, a Cobra vs Juan-Juan feud erupts.
Mack, Juan-Juan and Switchblade Steve discuss one of the most baffling military X-Files of World War Two: the Nazi's "unbreakable" Enigma coding machine. Also, the horrors of insurance companies, plus "Ten Questions for Juan-Juan," featuring Emily M.
Mack, Juan-Juan & Cobra talk with an array of guests about the mysterious Mars-sized object discovered on the edge of the Solar System that might be heading for Earth. Is it a monstrous Alien Death Star or a natural object? Either way, would a collision wipe out life on Earth? Guests include Einstein-medium Barbara With & Voice of the Future, Jeff Lawrence.
Mack, Juan-Juan and Commander Cobra discuss the US Navy’s Aerial Demonstration Team and how they do what they do. Also, remembering Art Bell. An update on Switchblade Steve’s rising celebrity status. Special guest: Voice of Boston Radio personality Jeff Lawrence.
Mack, Juan-Juan and Cobra talk with Rob Beckhusen about weird weapons used in the war against ISIS. Author Marc Zappulla stops by and chats about his latest book. Phil Yebba, The UFO Comedian, delivers the yucks with his voice impressions. Cobra provides an update on a UFO known as the Dudley Dorito and Switchblade Steve reports on a remote viewing project that discovered what is reportedly a fabulous resort on the dark side of the moon.
Mack, Juan-Juan and Commander Cobra talk about secret military locations around the world, all with some kind of UFO history. Bases include S4, AUTEC, Pine Gap, Kapustin Yar, Rudloe Manor, the M-Triangle and more. Switchblade Steve and Emily M join the discussion. Also, a special behind-the-scenes look at the gang recording a commercial.
Mack, Juan-Juan and Cobra discuss strange "Ghost Stations" that can be found on just about any radio transmitting instructions to spies around the world. Also, weird happenings during the Vietnam War, a visit from Dribbles the Psychic Clown, Emily M on her unusual cats, plus Switchblade Steve Ward on a disturbing UFO crash in Nazi Germany.
The time gremlins once again wreak havoc as Mack, Juan-Juan and Cobra talk to guest Larry X about his fantastic close encounter with a UFO and running without pants in Germany. Switchblade Steve on another CE3 case from 1967. Juan-Juan and Cobra take calls from admirers.
In a special re-broadcast, Mack, Juan-Juan and Cobra talk to Emily Mittermaier about her experiences investigating Mothman and other paranormal phenomena. Rob Beckhusen on Russia's enormous flying battleships. The Ghost of JFK picks this week's winners in the Wingman 18 "Battle for America" book giveaway. Mack explains why his favorite TV show is "The Dark Side of Chimps." Author Marc Zappulla and UFO Comedian Phil Yebba make return appearances.
"UNEARTHLY SOUNDS, UFO'S OVER LOS ANGELES & KANGAROO MUGGERS" -- Mack, Juan-Juan and Commander Cobra discuss recent reports of strange unexplainable sounds heard around the world. Cindy Bailey Dove on the latest military drones. Switchblade Steve's Part 1 of a very unsettling CE3 episode. Emily M on the famous Battle of LA in 1942. Cobra tells about the time he was mugged by kangaroos. Winners of the latest "Wingman 18" free book giveaway announced.
Mack & Juan-Juan talk to UFO researcher Willy Miranda about his new radio show. Emily M reports on a deadly UFO encounter during the Viet Nam War. Dr. Lira calls in to discuss the ups and downs of radio stardom and fry the noodle of special co-host, Switchblade Steve Ward.