Dr. Jeff Meldrum is an Associate Professor of Anatomy and Anthropology at Idaho State University. He is also an Affiliate Curator of Vertebrate Paleontology at the Idaho Museum of Natural History and Affiliate Curator of the Bigfoot Field Researchers Organization. Dr. Meldrum has been investigating the ways monkeys, apes and human ancestors get around, or locomote, for nearly fifteen years. Some of his research has focused on the way in which the human foot has adapted to the habit of walking on two feet (bipedalism).
Computer scientist, specializing in artificial intelligence and neural networks, Maureen Caudill, discussed both anecdotal and empirical evidence to prove the existence (and power) of various phenomena, including psychokinesis, remote viewing, energy healing, and telepathy. First hour guest, scientist and author Dr. Jeffrey Meldrum talked about a plan to conduct an aerial search for Bigfoot using a blimp. The idea, which is the brainchild of William Barnes, who had his own Bigfoot encounter, would involve the use of an unmanned aerial drone. ... More »Host: George Noory
Three experts in the field of cryptozoology (Dr. Jeffrey Meldrum, Daniel Perez, & Loren Coleman) discussed the latest findings and theories in the search for Bigfoot, in separate one-hour appearances. First hour guest, researcher Tom Blees talked about nuclear energy issues. He spoke in favor of the Integral Fast Reactor, a design for a nuclear reactor originally developed at Argonne National Laboratories that offered enhanced safety measures, seismic resistance, and the ability to burn nuclear waste as fuel. ... More »Host: George Noory
Investigative reporter Nina Burleigh talked about the James Ossuary and other contentious archaeological 'finds' from the Holy Land. Many of the archaeological digs in Israel are being financed and carried out by Fundamentalist Christians, Burleigh said. The person who crafted the James Ossuary played into their desire to find ancient objects that could confirm the validity of Scripture, she noted.Burleigh traced the path of the Ossuary from an anonymous collector to renowned Semitic epigrapher Andre Lemair to Hershel Shanks of Biblical Archaeology Review, who to this day defends the authenticity of artifact. According to Burleigh, the James Ossuary is partly authentic -- it is an ancient bone box. However, scholars performed chemical analyses on the box and found modern materials stuck into the carved phrase "brother of Jesus," confirming the inscription was new. Further investigation revealed the anonymous collector had a workshop where such artifacts could be produced. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett
Ian spoke with crime expert Philip Carlo, who shared stories from his research into organized crime and discussed his latest work, Gaspipe: Confessions of a Mafia Boss.Carlo said he grew up in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, where he was a neighbor of Anthony "Gaspipe" Casso, the man who led the Lucchese crime family and is serving thirteen consecutive life sentences plus 455 years at a federal prison in Colorado. According to Carlo, Casso is very angry about his current situation, and at least partially blames it on Vincent "The Chin" Gigante's refusal to kill an FBI informant in his crew.Carlo discussed the 1991 Windows Case, which involved the manipulation of who received the contract to install hundreds of thousands of windows in city-owned buildings in New York. This case led to the arrest of the heads of all five crime families, Carlo explained, noting this as the reason Casso initially went on the lam. Carlo also provided details about Casso's association with Louis Eppol ... More »Host: Ian Punnett
Scientist, author and expert in human locomotor adaptations, Jeffrey Meldrum discussed evidence for an actual biological species behind the legend of Bigfoot. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett
Filling in for Art Bell, George Noory hosted scientist Sir Charles Shults III of Xenotech Research. ... More »Host: George Noory
Wildlife biologist John Bindernagel and Professor of Anatomy Jeffrey Meldrum discussed the scientific evidence for Bigfoot. Bindernagel, who started off his research as an undergraduate in 1963, gave his reactions to the many sightings in the U.S. of Sasquatch. ... More »Host: George Noory