John Greenewald hosts the popular website The Black Vault.com. Currently, with over 440,000 pages, The Black Vault is the largest online database of U.S. Government documents in the world. Currently John works both on and off camera producing shows for The History Channel, Discovery Channel, National Geographic Channel and many others.
Journalist and author Annie Jacobsen, who writes about war, weapons, US national security and government secrecy, discussed her latest research on Operation Paperclip, a decades-long, covert project to bring Hitler's scientists and their families to the United States after WWII ended. First hour guest, John Greenewald of the Black Vault and Government Secrets websites, announced that he's now incorporated the declassified Project Blue Book files into his Black Vault archive. ... More »Host: George Noory
In the first half, Whitley & Anne Strieber talked about their new book, Miraculous Journey dealing with Anne's fight with a brain tumor and unusual experiences surrounding it. In the second half of the show, John Greenewald discussed his new website Government Secrets, which has an editorial/exposé bent to accompany his Black Vault site, in which he's made over 4,500 FOIA (Freedom of Information) requests to nearly every agency, and has received a staggering 1.3 million pages of material. ... More »Host: George Noory
In the first half of the show, George Noory welcomed John Greenewald of the Black Vault for a discussion on UFOs, disclosure and strange creatures. Open Lines followed. ... More »Host: George Noory
Guest host Whitley Strieber (email) was joined by author, activist, and co-founder of antipolygraph.org, George Maschke, for a discussion on how the polygraph test has been established as the de facto method of determining whether a person has spoken the truth, although the process has not been scientifically proven to be accurate. First hour guests, Dr. Roger Leir and John Greenewald of the Black Vault, talked about obtained documents from an FOIA request that show interest in alien implants on the part of the Obama administration's Office of Science and Technology Policy. ... More »Host: Whitley Strieber
John Greenewald of the Black Vault discussed UFOs and government documentation & disclosure. Through his Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests, he has created the world's largest online database of US government documents. Whenfiling such inquiries, the trick is to be neither too specific or too broad in the requests, he said, adding that one request took nine years to get a response. The US govt., he noted, has millions of documents, and often doesn't even know what it has. In the recent Stephenville case, he filed a request to get the tower logs for every air base in the area (he typically asks for this type of information rather than directly mentioning UFOs). Though he has yet to receive a response, 48 hours after filing the request, the military issued their switched story about having jets in the area. Greenewald said he received a stack of 100 pages from the Canadian government about UFOs which included reports of light balls, discs, and other aerial objects, up thr ... More »Host: George Noory
The Black Vault, run by John Greenewald, has brought forth thousands upon thousands of government documents never before seen by the public eye. The topics range from UFOs to FBI Files. ... More »Host: George Noory
The Black Vault, run by John Greenewald, has brought forth thousands uponthousands of government documents never before seen by the public eye. Thetopics range from UFOs to FBI Files. ... More »Host: