Chase Brandon has worked for over forty years in the US intelligence community, Department of Defense and federal/state law enforcement organizations as a specialist in classic espionage operations and covert paramilitary activities. He has lived and traveled abroad in over seventy countries, and as a senior operations officer served a number of times as chief or deputy of Agency field installations.
Along the way he has made time to pursue his creative interests in art, to include public showings (in recent, stateside years) of his unique "junkanimation" sculpting/modeling motif (as featured in Popular Mechanics magazine), and in fiction writing, where he has co-written several screenplays, as well as his first novel The Cryptos Conundrum – a sci-fi, political conspiracy thriller about CIA’s cover-up of the Roswell UFO crash.
In the middle two hours, former CIA agent Chase Brandon discussed his work at the secretive agency, as well as his claims of viewing a box that contained materials about the Roswell crash. Gregg McBride managed to lose 250 pounds and keep it off. In the first hour, Gregg kicked off week 2 of George Noory's Shape Up America Campaign with tips and encouragement. Last hour guest, author and ufologist Lionel Fanthorpe commented on the release of the Wales UFO files. ... More »Host: George Noory
Joining John B. Wells, former CIA undercover operative, Chase Brandon, discussed the life and work of an Agency spy as well as his role as a technical consultant for movies and television shows, including The Bourne Identity, Mission Impossible, Alias, and 24. In the first hour, independent journalist David Seaman commented on the NDAA and apathy among the young. ... More »Host: John B. Wells