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ANOTHER UFO (True Or False)

June, 1995
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This show begins another full month of “Another UFO” shows. Now for all the stuff that makes this phenomenon hard to take seriously or downright ludicrous. We delve deep into human gullibility, elaborate speculations, unsupportable presumptions, confabulated conspiracies, hypothetical lore mongering, and the mentally challenged wackos, dizzy-brained wanna-be’s, starry-eyed new agers, and possible disinformation specialists who drive it all.


As UFOs become a route to celebrity and the mainstream landscape fills with books, broadcasts (like this one), lectures, conventions, movie deals, and competing egos, the whole business becomes even more suspect than it was when it wallowed in fringe topic obscurity. Focusing primarily around John Lear (son of the famous plane designer) from many of his extensive interviews with Art Bell going back several years, it becomes clear that some people are ready to believe anything. In turn, this kind of mentality inevitably lures paranoids and show-offs to their phones as they all encourage each other to push our admittedly flexible true/false envelope over the edge and out of sight.

What’s more disconcerting is the fact that Lear admits to having worked with the CIA in his past, and claims many corroborating sources for his scary details in the military and intelligence services. Or wait a minute… maybe he is right about some of this… All part of the big mind game this subject plays like no other I know of. Lear is joined by Leland Googleburger (who overrides the Netwebs signal to bring you this embarrassingly unauthorized side of the story and then accidentally kills himself!), and various other UFOlogists mixed up in robot phone calls, mind control, underground bases, The Men In Black, and much more. And, “Please, humans, dont shoot aliens!”


3 Hours


Another UFO (Moondust, Bluefly, and Mexico)

June, 1995
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In somewhat of a holdover from last week’s subjects, we begin with a mix of several UFO investigators and the director of the made-for-TV movie, “Roswell,” discussing the various rumors and speculations concerning a film, supposedly made by the U.S. government in 1947, of the autopsy on the aliens recovered from the Roswell saucer crash. This rather suspicious film has recently surfaced in private hands in England, and the owner has been tantalizing media types with short clip screenings in an attempt to sell the broadcast rights worldwide. And yes, it soon came to a TV near you.


This show preceded the Fox showing – we focus more on this film in later shows. From there, we move through another wink at Disney’s embrace of UFOs and into a more nitty-gritty mix of documentation concerning our governments whole history of extra-terrestrial craft recovery, as well as how these ongoing military programs have apparently been hidden or disguised. Project Moondust is reportedly assigned the task of recovering any foreign object from space, which may have come to earth within our borders since the ’60s. This includes anything from meteorites, to falling soviet satellites, to alien space craft. Operation Bluefly designates the often plain clothes Air Force units that actually go out to collect the space object in question. “Why the secrecy?” Then there are the ongoing mass sightings in Mexico, large and small formations of UFOs routinely seen by literally hundreds of thousands above Mexico City traffic jams, multi-point of view videos galore, a continuing mainstay in Mexican news media, yet barely if ever mentioned in the North American news. Flight patterns seem to be tracing paths between various Volcanic locations and (inevitably) fulfillment of Aztec prophesy is suggested, leading us right into next weeks extended examination of what in the world was responsible for the spiritual histories of supernatural intervention common to every human culture?


3 Hours


Another UFO (Fire In The Media)

June 1995
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The 2 extended centerpieces of this show are soundtrack dialog from “Fire in The Sky” (a rather mediocre movie fictionalization of the Travis Walton abduction), and an Art Bell interview with Travis Walton and Mike Rogers who discuss what they claim actually happened to them that day in the Arizona mountains. You get their whole fascinating story as we contrast how the movie (which they advised) often veers annoyingly far from the way they remember it. The Travis Walton abduction remains one of the most impressive abduction stories on record.


A six-man lumber crew all agreed on the craft they encountered up close in a remote forest, as well as the events in which one of them was apparently taken by the ship and remained missing for five days. Only Travis knows what happened inside the craft, (he thought he was there for about an hour) but it ain’t much like the movie! The believability of these two simple (and frustratingly inarticulate) working guys is difficult to brush off, and the six-person corroboration of the incident is especially impressive since it is hard to imagine these types upholding a conspiracy amid the public pressure, which ensued. (For five days, until Walton mysteriously reappeared, the others were being investigated for murder and shunned by their hometown.) Apart from this lengthy comparison between real people and a Hollywood movie inspired by them, we cover the general infusion of UFO subject matter into all forms of modern media, the degree to which UFO lore proliferates throughout advertising now, (“Are we being conditioned?”) and specifically, bits from Disney’s(!) TV special on the subject of UFOs. The overall content of the special was surprisingly serious, comprehensive, and without a hint of skepticism, and it was, of course, actually designed to promote Disney Worlds new “Alien Encounters” theme ride opening in summer ’95. “When you wish upon a star…”


3 Hours


Another UFO (Above and Below)

June, 1995
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This final, 5-hour edition of Another UFO for this month deals with ancient religious histories and implications related to an extra-terrestrial intelligence which may have been interacting with life on this planet for a very long time. This historically recent direction in probing the origins of religions is interesting because, in some ways, it actually represents a more “reasonable” explanation for all those varieties of ancient spiritual supernaturalness which, otherwise, we are supposed to either dismiss as ignorant myths created out of no apparent stimulus, or accept as… actually supernatural!


Arthur C. Clarke has said that any contact with a truly superior technology is going to appear to be magic, and that would be as true thousands of years ago as it remains today. We might note that we, ourselves, went from the first powered flight to landing on the moon in 60 years, less than one human lifetime! That seems utterly impossible except that it happened. Once we realize that “intelligence” elsewhere in the universe could be not only thousands, but just as easily millions or billions of years older than ours, almost anything becomes possible. Among other things, our definition of natural might end up being the ignorant myth. So here’s a whole bunch of new possibilities why Christianity may be even more stupid than we thought, or to put it another way, why it may finally make sense! A few of the concepts covered: Angels and aliens, Ezekiel and other Biblical strangeness, the supernatural enigmas pervading ancient civilizations, genetic manipulation of Earths indigenous species to explain the missing link in human evolution, modern UFO encounters indicating an ancient relationship, “The many masks of God”, egos lost and paranoias gained, more on Mexican antiquity and the modern sightings there, and the Reverend Tilt Reptilian hosts an experimental religious call-in show for the next century called, “What Are We Supposed To Think Now?


5 Hours