Mark McCandlish grew up with an interest in aircraft and other modes of transportation, from an early age. He joined the Air Force and later made use of the G.I. Bill to attend Art Center College of Design. He later worked for a short time in the Hollywood special effects business as a matte artist, and then was hired by the General Dynamics Corporation in Pomona, California as a technical illustrator and technical publications editor. During this time, Mark also was given the opportunity to participate in a number of media orientation rides in frontline U.S. Air Force and Air National Guard fighters, such as the F-15 Eagle and the F-16 Fighting Falcon. In 1986, Mr. McCandlish became aware that the U.S. military was in possession of some extraordinary technologies, and began to pursue his own private research into where it came from and how it works. The research led to many strange events and encounters.
In the first half of the program, host Jimmy Church (email) welcomed researcher Jason Martell, who discussed how ancient cultural beliefs were tied to the procession of the equinox and how this concept of a vast cycle of time can inform modern humans about what's coming. In the latter half, conceptual artist and researcher Mark McCandlish shared his story of working as an illustrator of... More »Host: Jimmy Church
Conceptual artist and researcher Mark McCandlish discussed unusual and secretive technologies related to aircraft and UFOs. ... More »Host: George Noory
Conceptual artist and researcher Mark McCandlish spoke about unusual and breakthrough technologies as well as issues related to UFO activity and craft. He shared his first-hand experiences with the inexpensive product acetone. When added to premium fuel in the quantity of 2.5 ounces per 10 gallons of gas, it improves combustion efficiency and gas mileage by 25% to 35%, he reported. ... More »Host: George Noory