Mack Maloney grew up in the Dorchester section of Boston and was taught to read and write by the nuns at St. Ann's School. His father was a veteran of World War II and he used to read military books all the time. As a child, Mack started reading them too, along with a lot of science fiction. He received a BS in journalism and a graduate degree in filmmaking from Emerson College. He was a sports reporter for two years after college before joining corporate America as a publicist for General Electric Company. Mack started writing books in 1984, and have been doing it full time since 1987, penning over 30 books.
Military fiction writer Mack Maloney, in the course of researching his novels, discovered numerous places all over the world similar to the top secret Area 51 in Nevada. He shared what he's uncovered about UFOs, and their relationship to these secret bases. First hour guest, nutrition consultant Shelley Redford Young talked about how the science of food meets the taste of health. ... More »Host: George Noory
George Knapp examined the UFO enigma with a jam packed show featuring ufologists, Paul Stonehill (book link), Mack Maloney, Ed Komarek, Robert Powell (book link), and Bill Chalker for a discussion on the Roswell incident of Russia, flying saucers in Wartime, how UFOs relate to Exopolitics, and what governments from all around the world really know about these weird, unidentified, flying machines. ... More »Host: George Knapp
In the course of researching his novels, military fiction writer Mack Maloney discovered startling historical records of an increase of UFO sightings near pivotal military events. He discussed a variety of incidents from World Wars I & II, as well as Viet Nam and other battle zones. First hour guest, theoretical physicist Dr. Michio Kaku commented on the discovery of two gigantic black holes, as well as other science and space news. ... More »Host: George Noory