Misha Glenny is a distinguished journalist and historian. As the Central Europe Correspondent first for The Guardian and then for the BBC, he chronicled the collapse of communism and the wars in the former Yugoslavia. He has won several major awards for his work, including the Sony Gold Award for outstanding contribution to broadcasting. The author of three books on Eastern Europe and the Balkans, he has been regularly consulted by the US and European governments on major policy issues and ran an NGO for three years, assisting with the reconstruction of Serbia, Macedonia and Kosovo. He now lives in London.
Investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe returned to discuss unexplained lights and loud booms that have puzzled residents and authorities all over the US, 'scientific delusions' & morphogenic fields, and how the CIA and intelligence agencies may influence Hollywood films about UFOs and aliens such as Hangar 18. First hour guest, journalist Misha Glenny (book link) reported on the increase in cyber crime and warfare. ... More »Host: George Noory
During the first two hours, attorney Galen Cook wrapped up his D.B. Cooper investigation. He was joined by a man who says he is Cooper's son. In the third hour, journalist Misha Glenny (book link) revealed the intricacies and pervasiveness of global organized crime and discussed how it affects everyone. Paul Fix of KTOX-AM appeared briefly in the first half-hour to talk about a UFO that landed in the desert near Needles, California. Ian hosted Open Lines during the last hour of the program. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett