Don Ledger is the author of three books, "Maritime UFO Files" which catalogues some 135 UFO sightings in eastern Canada, "Swissair Down" a detailed look at the crash of Swissair Flight 111 off the coast of Nova Scotia and more recently Dark Object which chronicles the Shag Harbour Incident of October 4, 1967. Don has been investigating the UFO phenomenon for 20 years and presently concentrates on UFO sightings by pilots. He is the Canadian Affiliate and technical specialist for NARCAP, the National Aviation Reporting Center for Anomalous Phenomena. He has appeared in numerous documentaries, television and radio, lectured at various UFO conferences around North America and has contributed to various periodicals and magazines.
In a special program looking at issues surrounding oil & the economy,trends analyst Gerald Celente appeared for the full show. He was joined by investment advisorCatherine Austin Fitts in the third hour, and oil expertMatt Savinar in the last hour. The dollar has lost 41% of its value during the Bush administration, and we're going to see company failures so big they won't be able to be bailed out, like Bear Stearns, said Celente. He cited the Federal Reserve, which functions as a private company with no congressional oversight, as one of the major problems. Predicting food & gas riots, as well as tax revolts, Celente suggested diversifying your savings among a number of banks, if you have more than $100,000. Catherine Austin Fitts commented that the demise of Bear Stearns may have been a hit job, "cannibalized" for the good of other finance companies. There is an effort underway to centralize the economy and shift assets away from local communities, she warned. Fitts ... More »Host: George Noory
Writer and pilot Don Ledger discussed Canadian UFO sightings including the Shag Harbour Incident of 1967. In his book Maritime UFO Files, he documents 135 of the best UFO cases from the east coast of Canada dating as far back as 1796. The 1796 episode took place in Nova Scotia where three witnesses reported seeing 15 ships in a line traveling across the sky. In the Bell Isle Incident which took place in Newfoundland in 1978, Ledger said that a flash of blue light hit a farm, burning through the electrical circuitry of the farm house. Whether it was caused by a UFO or some type of military weapons testing remained undetermined. The Shag Harbour Incident which took place in Nova Scotia, involved a craft crashing into the waters of the Harbour. Divers later described "creatures" moving between two oval-shaped objects underwater, he detailed. Ledger spoke about his work with NARCAP (National Aviation Reporting Center for Anomalous Phenomena) and how pilots and air traffic control ... More »Host: George Noory
In this rebroadcast from 11/12/04, George Noory and Linda Moulton Howe spoke to a variety of presenters at the 2nd Annual UFO Crash Retrieval Conference. ... More »Host: George Noory
In this 4-hour special, George Noory, in the L.A. studio, and Linda Moulton Howe (Earthfiles.com), broadcasting live from the UFO Crash Retrieval Conference in Las Vegas, interviewed several conference presenters. ... More »Host: George Noory