Kevin Randle has been a professional writer for nearly 30 years with published works that include science fiction, action-adventure, techno-thrillers, and over 20 books of non-fiction. Randle has a varied military background and was decorated in two wars. Given his military background and over 27 years of service, he is considered an expert on military matters and has been called upon by various media agencies for that expertise.
He has worked in private industry as a presentations writer for Rockwell International and he hosted a radio program on El Paso's KTSM which explored the paranormal. He has studied Anthropology at the University of Iowa, psychology at California Coast University and History with an emphasis on Intelligence at the American Military University. He holds four degrees including a Ph.D. in psychology and a Master of the Art of Military Studies.
Author Kevin Randle discussed his decades-long work as a UFO investigator, and some of the most significant cases he's examined. First hour guest, Huffington Post writer Lee Speigel talked about how most reports of UFOs and extraordinary creatures & events are either hoaxed or cases of misidentification. ... More »Host: George Knapp
Researcher Kevin Randle shared updates on various UFO crashes, as well as some of the best cases and sightings. He reviewed his extensive investigation into the Roswell Incident, including his interview with Bill Brazel, a New Mexico rancher who found debris at the crash site. Randle has concluded there were actually two debris sites near Roswell, though just one craft that crashed in early July, 1947. First hour guest, author Lawrence Joseph talked about protecting the electrical grids from solar blasts. ... More »Host: George Noory
Investigator and author Kevin Randle discussed UFO reports from around the world and throughout the ages, including Roswell, Kecksburg, and Shag Harbour. In 1950, Frank Scully published the book Behind the Flying Saucers that first brought attention to purported UFO crashes in such places as Aztec, NM, and Paradise Valley, AZ. ... More »Host: George Noory
Author and UFO researcher Kevin Randle discussed science-fiction trends in Hollywood films, and differentiated science-fiction from fantasy. Good sci-fi is driven by well-drawn characters and how they react to situations, and the science aspect is often more incidental, he opined. Today's films often leave little to the imagination, creating less mystery than movies from earlier decades, he added. ... More »Host: George Noory
Kevin D. Randle is a full time writer who has published more than 100 books of fiction and nonfiction. He is a former Army helicopter pilot and Air Force intelligence officer who has four college degrees including a Ph.D in Psychology. Randle began studying UFOs while still a teenager and his interest in the subject has not flagged. ... More »Host: Art Bell