Kathleen Marden earned her B.A. in Social Work at the University of New Hampshire in 1971. Thereafter, she entered into graduate studies in Education at the University of Cincinnati, and later, U.N.H. She began her professional career as a social worker and eventually entered the field of education as a teacher. Later, she was promoted to a supervisory position, coordinating education programs and supervising education staff. She left her job in 1990 to pursue a career as a UFO investigator, researcher and writer.
Director of abduction research for the Mutual UFO Network and niece of Betty Hill, Kathleen Marden and her co-author Denise Stoner, discussed various alien abduction cases and scenarios. Marden shared inside details of the Betty and Barney abduction case which occurred in New Hampshire in 1961. First hour guest, longtime TV newsman Larry Conners talked about being fired from KMOV in St. Louis after he made a post on Facebook questioning whether he was targeted by the IRS because of an interview he did with Pres. Obama. ... More »Host: George Noory
Stanton Friedman and Kathleen Marden discussed their research into the 1961 Betty & Barney UFO abduction case, as well as various examples throughout history when scientists misjudged or ignored scientific evidence or breakthroughs. First hour guest, Capt. Kelly Sweeney offered analysis of the oil spill crisis. ... More »Host: George Noory