Kerry Lynn Cassidy has a BA in English with graduate work in Sociology, an MBA certificate from the UCLA Anderson Graduate School of Management, and was competitively selected to attend a year of film school at the UCLA Extension Short Fiction Film Program as one of their first "hyphenates": a writer-director-producer. After 19 years in Hollywood working for major studios and independent production companies in production, development and new media, she has written a number of screenplays, acquired the movie rights to the Wingmakers story in 2003, and started work on her own UFO documentary in 2005. At the time of writing (July 2006) she has completed three interviews for Project Camelot, and is planning 21 more over the coming months.
Investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe discussed the bizarre and still-unexplained jolting booms persisting into April 2012, the legal petition that commercial beekeepers filed asking the EPA to ban use of a nicotine-based pesticide, and recent research suggesting that the ancient Hypogeum structure in Malta was made specifically to vibrate with certain frequencies that alter human brain functions. First half-hour guest, Kerry Cassidy talked about her involvement Project Camelot. ... More »Host: George Noory