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R.I.P. Dr. Roger Leir

R.I.P. Dr. Roger Leir

UFO researcher and podiatric surgeon, Dr. Roger Leir, has passed away. A frequent and popular Coast to Coast guest, Dr. Leir was a titan in the world of UFO studies for his pioneering work extracting and studying potential alien implants found in abductees. These implants constituted perhaps the best physical evidence of the ET/UFO phenomenon ever uncovered by a civilian researcher. As a tribute, we are featuring two free audio clips (Implant Removal Surgery/ Alien Examination) from his previous appearances on Coast, and Friday's program will devote two hours to the legendary researcher. To help his family defray costs, please contribute to the Roger Leir Memorial Fund.

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