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Author and researcher Bill Grabowski joined George Knapp in the first half to discuss his exploration of the work of John Keel and the Mothman incidents, which involved anomalous aerial phenomena, Men in Black (MIB), and bizarre electromagnetic intrusions.

Author and ufologist Nick Redfern followed in the second half, addressing the hidden, overlooked, and buried history of humankind from ancient aliens to the New World Order.

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Tue 05-26  End Times/ Ancient Astronomy Wed 05-27  Chemtrails/ ET Communications Thu 05-28  Remote Viewing, Bigfoot, & ETs Fri 05-29  Haunted Wisconsin/ Open Lines

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Skydiver's Glider Stunt

Skydiver's Glider Stunt

Austrian skydiver Paul Steiner pulled off a death defying stunt by somersaulting from one glider to another below it at more than 6,500 feet in the air. The daredevil then reached up and grabbed the tailfin of the first craft, before finally jumping off of the glider and parachuting safely back to earth. Video at The Telegraph.

Surgeons Remove Explosive from Soldier's Head

Surgeons Remove Explosive from Soldier's Head

Army surgeons donned protective body armor to remove a live explosive round from an Afghan soldier's head. The incendiary device, which contained enough explosives to kill the entire surgical team, became lodged in the patient's scalp during a bomb attack. Initially, doctors thought it was a piece of solid scrap metal, but the CAT scan image revealed the suspicious object was hollow. More at ABC News.

Finland Postal Service to Digitize Letters

Finland Postal Service to Digitize Letters

In an effort to cut costs and carbon emissions, Finland's postal service will begin opening mail and sending scanned copies to selected recipients. Volunteers will be notified by email or text message, and receive their mail as PDF files in a secure digital mailbox. Critics have compared the trial program to the tactics employed by former Soviet spy agency, the KGB, who routinely monitored people's private mail. More at FOXNews.com.

Knapp's News 3/28/10

Knapp's News 3/28/10

A number of items have caught George Knapp's attention in the last week, including articles on Google Earth possibly finding the Lost City of Z (pictured), Area 51 employees speaking out, and a video purported to show alien visitation...

 World's Biggest House of Cards

World's Biggest House of Cards

Architect Bryan Berg has constructed a world record-breaking house of cards. It took Berg 4 days and more that 4,000 decks (a total of 218,792 cards) to create the replica...

New 9-11 Photos

New 9-11 Photos

New photos released by the government show the 9-11 attack on the World Trade Center from an aerial perspective, not previously seen before. The images were obtained by ABC News after they filed a FOIA request..

Dog Rescued from Ice Floe

Dog Rescued from Ice Floe

A lone, shivering dog was rescued after being swept 75 miles down Poland's Vistula River on a chunk of ice and into the Baltic Sea...

Knapp's News 1/17

Knapp's News 1/17

Check out some of the links that have recently caught George Knapp's attention, including articles on DARPA's development of a flying military vehicle, and dolphins being declared the world's second most intelligent creatures...

Doomsday Clock Adjusted

Doomsday Clock Adjusted

The Doomsday Clock has been set one minute further away from midnight. The symbolic clock, managed by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, is now at 6 minutes to midnight. Scientists cited a more "hopeful state of world affairs," in making the change.

Knapp's News 12/29

Knapp's News 12/29

Check out some of the links that have recently caught George Knapp's attention, including a gallery of some of the best Hubble images (planetary nebula IC 4593 is pictured), and a video of a remote controlled SR-71 Blackbird...

Knapp's Links 12/27

Knapp's Links 12/27

Check out some stories and links that George Knapp referenced during Sunday's show...

Robot Expo in Tokyo

Robot Expo in Tokyo

Hundreds of robots gathered at the 2009 International Robot Exhibition in Tokyo, including a table-tennis-playing robot called Topio...

Baby Hit By Train Survives

Baby Hit By Train Survives

Dramatic security video released on Friday captures the miraculous survival of a six-month-old boy, whose stroller rolled onto the tracks at an Australian railway station and was struck by an oncoming train. The child, who was strapped into the stroller at the time, was dragged beneath the front car for almost 100 feet before the train could be brought to a stop. Remarkably, the boy received only minor injuries, including a bump to the side of his head. Video at the Herald Sun.

Oldest Bible Fragment Found

Oldest Bible Fragment Found

A previously unseen section from the world's oldest Bible, the Codex Sinaiticus, has been discovered in St. Catherine's Monastery in Egypt. British-based academic Nikolas Sarris found the fragment, believed to be the beginning of Joshua, underneath the binding of an 18th-century book while searching through photographs of manuscripts. Father Justin, the monastery's librarian, said they would use scanners to find out how much of the fragment is under the newer book binding. More at The Independent.

Dutch 'Moon Rock' Fake

Dutch 'Moon Rock' Fake

An investigation by the Dutch national museum has revealed that one of its prized possessions, a rock supposedly brought back from the moon, is nothing more than a lump of petrified wood...

Animated Mona Lisa Talks, Waves

Animated Mona Lisa Talks, Waves

Thanks to cutting edge technology Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa is now able to speak and interact with visitors at Beijing's Planning Exhibition Hall. The multimedia exhibition also gives voice to the Last Supper and other masterpieces. In related news, a mechanical lion invented by da Vinci to entertain the King of France has been brought back to life. Video reports at BBC News.

George Knapp's News Links

George Knapp's News Links

A number of articles have caught George Knapp's attention in the last week or so, including stories about the mysterious Arctic blob, a unique crop circle in Wiltshire, and a new technology...

Teen Struck By Meteorite

Teen Struck By Meteorite

14-year-old Gerrit Blank of Essen, Germany, was struck by a meteorite travelling at 30,000 mph. The pea-sized space rock grazed the teenager's hand then hit the ground.

Our Connected World

Our Connected World

A new study in connectedness has revealed that it truly is a small world. So small, in fact, that less than 10% of Earth's land areas require more than 2 days of travel time to reach a major city.

Tea Party Protests

Tea Party Protests

Thousands of protesters turned out for the nationwide 'Tax Day Tea Party.' Some 760 events were held across the country to express displeasure with the tax process and government spending.

Picturing a Trillion

Picturing a Trillion

Ever wondered what a trillion dollars looks like? Starting with a $100 bill, PageTutor.com creates a graphical look at various amounts. Pictured is a figure standing next to a 'measly' million (100 packets of $10,000), which could fit into a grocery bag.

The Year in Paranormal

The Year in Paranormal

Stephen Wagner of About.com: Paranormal Phenomena presents a round-up of the top paranormal events of 2008, including ghosts, Bigfoot, Earth mysteries, psychic activity, and strange creatures (the 'Creepy Gnome' of Argentina is pictured).

Economy Update

Economy Update

First hour guest, trends analyst Gerald Celente offered commentary on the economy. We'll start to see the "Great Collapse of '09" beginning in February when a lot of retailers will go belly-up, he said. Further, he warned there could be a run on banks in the U.S., in which the government will declare a "bank holiday," limiting how much money a person could take out of their accounts.

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