Ted R. Phillips is the Director of the Center for Physical Trace Research. He began investigating UFO reports in 1964 and was a research associate of Dr. J. Allen Hynek from 1968 until Dr. Hynek's death in 1986. It was at Allen Hynek's suggestion that he began specializing in physical traces associated with UFO sightings in 1968. Ted has personally investigated some 600 UFO cases.
He was a member of a select team invited to meet with the United Nations Secretary-General at the UN in New York, along with Hynek, Jacques Vallee and Gordon Cooper. He gave two presentations at the First International UFO Congress and a presentation at the first MUFON symposium. Most recently he was a part of the History Channel documentary UFO Hunters and Alien Encounters.
Rogue journalist Gary S. Bekkum discussed his research into Project Star Gate, a secret program halted in 1995 that used remote viewing and psychic spying for military purposes. First hour guest, UFO researcher Ted Phillips gave an update on Marley Woods, a several mile-wide area [in an undisclosed location] that's been a hotbed for anomalous activity for a number of years. ... More »Host: George Knapp
UFO researcher Ted Phillips spoke about his investigations into a huge Slovakia artifact (Project Moonshaft) and the Marley Woods sightings. During WW II, Tony Horak said he was hiding in a cave in the Tatra Mountains in Slovakia, and subsequently discovered a tower-sized artifact, shaped like a cylinder, embedded in the rock. ... More »Host: George Knapp
Former leader of the UK's UFO Project, Nick Pope joined host George Knapp (email) to discuss recent disclosures from the British Ministry of Defense. This sweeping release of UFO information by the UK government allows for researchers to "go to the raw data," he said, encouraging people to investigate the dedicated website put together by the British National Archives for the files. Pope explained some of the reasons why the UK government decided to release the files. One such motivating factor was to quell the FOIA requests about UFO files that the Ministry of Defense had become inundated with over the last few years. Additionally, last year's release of UFO documents in France created pressure on the British to do the same, he said. Demonstrating the MOD's commitment to open government and attempts to avoid the speculation of a UFO cover-up were also elements that led to the disclosure. He indicated that the first batch of documents to be released covers the years ... More »Host: George Knapp
Olav Phillips, the founder of Anomalies.net discussed how he is developing technology, such as the new search engine UFO Crawler to explore and quantify information about UFOs and the unexplained. ... More »Host: George Noory