Naomi Duane is very new to the world of singing/songwriting. She had alwyas wanted to sing but never seemed to have enough breath. A few years ago, she started writing mountains of lyrics. The songs were often tales of triumph with a strong storytelling element. Monst recently, it was discovered that she had been suffering from obstructive sleep apnea which was impeding her ability to breathe. Four facial surgeries later ... she suddenly found herself with the breath with which to deliver her songs to the world.
Appearing during the first two hours, abduction researcher David Jacobs discussed alien hybrids. "The evidence, to me, is not just compelling, it's relatively overwhelming," he said about the latest developments in his research into the hybrid phenomenon. Looking at the foundation of the hybrid theory, he stressed that reproductive issues constitute a "central feature" of abductions and that "we can't get away from that." Jacobs cited specific cases, that he has worked on, where women had their pregnancy confirmed by doctors and then their unborn babies mysteriously disappeared. He speculated that the hybridization program "seems to go back to the early 1980's" and that he has observed, over the years, a "certain refining of the hybrid species that has occurred over the generations and youâre getting hybrids that look much, much, much more human." With regards to future of these hybrids, Jacobs made a startling revelation. He noted that, for years, he was reticent to say ... More »Host: George Knapp