Dick Criswell's first encounter with the UFO/Paranormal field was at the age if six. At 17, he would listen to Frank Edwards, a news reporter for WTTV in Indianapolis, IN, who would focus on UFO/Paranormal topics and investigations, which sparked Dick's interest. With the developing fascination of UFO/Paranormal research in the Indianapolis area, Mr. Criswell hosted UFO and paranormal meetings in his home. During this time he met Richard Hoagland who introduced him to Dr. Michael Wolf. In 1994 Mr. Criswell became a team member on a project with Dr. Wolf called the ALPHA COM. In 1997 he co-hosted a national radio show on the cable news network called Star Fire Program. Dick Criswell is now retired and is dedicating countless hours of his time to research and investigating UFOs and the paranormal. He is currently in talks with fellow enthusiasts and is creating a business plan to begin a national UFO/Paranormal research facility.
Retired Air Force Capt. Robert Collins spoke with George Knapp about his investigations into UFOs, ETs, MJ-12 and government knowledge. Collins detailed his involvement with a secretive group with ties to intelligence and the military, known as the "Aviary."