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Porcher Taylor

Special Guest

Biography:

Porcher Taylor is a West Point graduate and professor at the University of Richmond. He is an attorney and law professor who has strongly advocated to the U.S. Intelligence Community for nine years that full declassification of the Anomaly file in the area of Mt. Ararat would be a major victory for Turkish tourism and pride and a public relations bonanza for the CIA.

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Past Shows:

Noah's Ark & Mount Ararat

The first half of the show featured a discussion about possible locations for Noah's Ark on Mount Ararat. A digital photo of what has become known as the "Ararat Anomaly" was taken by DigitalGlobe's QuickBird satellite, and was analyzed by first hour guest Porcher Taylor who noted the striking nautical form. In the second hour, Richard Rives of the Wyatt Museum suggested that the size... More »

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