Phillip H. Krapf worked for 25 years as an editor on the Metro copy desk at the Los Angeles Times. During that time, he shared in a Pulitzer Prize as a member of the Metro team that covered the L.A. riots of 1992. Before his retirement in 1993, Krapf had spent a total of 30 years in the newspaper business, starting out as a cub reporter and eventually becoming the managing editor of a suburban newspaper in the San Fernando Valley, before moving on to the L.A. Times.
Appearing in the middle two hours, Phillip Krapf,formerly with the L.A. Times news staff, discussed his encounters with Paul, a being who claimed to be his guardian angel. Paul had the ability to materialize at will, and spent many hours conversing and counseling him, he detailed. Starting in 1997, Krapf said he had contact experiences with an ET race called the Verdants (see the recap from his 2003 appearance for details), and on one occasion saw Paul aboard their ship. This led him to suspect that rather than being a spiritual being, Paul was actually one of the Verdants, physical entities who have the ability to shapeshift and use technology to alter their appearance. The last hour of the show featured Open Lines. ... More »Host: George Noory
Former LA Times editor Phillip H. Krapf shared his story of contact with the extraterrestrial race he called the "Verdants." Extracted by a "calming" beam of light from his bedroom in 1997, he said he found himself "standing in a strange sphere in front of some very strange creatures." ... More »Host: George Noory