Ken Gerhard is a professional monster hunter. He investigates reports of Bigfoot, the Chupacabras, gigantic winged creatures and other mysterious beasts. Ken's idea of a good time is stalking through the woods at night with his shotgun, dressed in leather. As a cryptozoologist and paranormal researcher, he has been featured on the History Channel's series Monster Quest and also on A&E's Legend Hunters. His book, Big Bird! Modern Sightings of Flying Monsters, chronicles decades of encounters with a monstrous flying animal, reported throughout south Texas. Gerhard has traveled around the world to many mysterious places - from Loch Ness, to Stonehenge, to the Amazon jungle and Machu Pichu, to the Galapagos Islands, Australia, Thailand and Tunisia.
In addition to cryptozoology, Ken is lead singer for 3 bands, has produced several albums, and toured extensively, performing hundreds of concerts throughout North America.
Cryptozoologist Ken Gerhard discussed his research into mythical creatures as well as tangible evidence for flying humanoids such as Mothman and their connection to UFOs, curses, and tragedies. First hour guest, trends analyst Gerald Celente offered commentary on Syria and the geopolitical landscape. ... More »Host: George Noory
In the first half hour, monster hunter Ken Gerhard commented on recent stories about the Iceland lake monster and woolly mammoth. Next, Emmy-award winning journalist, Kristi Piehl, provided an update on the Smiley Face Killers and why she is now investigating mysterious drowning deaths. In the second half of the program, former White House correspondent, Don Fulsom, discussed Richard Nixon's... More »Host: Ian Punnett
Cryptozoologist Ken Gerhard discussed his research into various strange creatures including Mothman, Thunderbirds, chupacabras, lake monsters, the Jersey Devil, cryptid cats, and Bigfoot. First hour guest, investment advisor Catherine Austin Fitts talked about the debt ceiling problem, as well as the rise in gold prices. ... More »Host: George Noory
Journalist James Nestor discussed how the brain achieves the feeling of "being high" in terms of neurology, biology, and physiology through meditations, illusions, common herbs, & audio and visual stimulations, all without using drugs. First hour guest, Ken Gerhard (book link) talked about sightings of Thunderbirds and other huge winged creatures. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett