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Ian Lawton

John Brandenburg, PhD, a plasma physicist, discussed data he presented at the prestigious Lunar and Planetary Science Conference on evidence for nuclear detonations on Mars, in the first half.

In the latter half, UFO researcher Kevin D. Randle spoke about his involvement in what began as an investigation into a woman's alien abduction, but evolved into her past life regression, in which she learned she'd had a string of lives as a serial killer.

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Ian Lawton

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Date: Sunday - February 3, 2002
Host: George Noory
Guests: Ian Lawton

What secrets does the Giza Plateau really hold? Are the pyramids simpleburial chambers, astronomical devices, or even power plants? Who built themand the enigmatic Sphinx, and when? Does a Hall of Records await discoveryat Giza, and if so what does it contain? These questions have animated boththe public and a long line of dedicated researchers for years. Ian Lawtonwill attempt to answer these questions and many more. Lawton is a formermanagement information systems consultant. He has been researching ancientcivilizations for more than a decade, and since 1997 has been a full-timewriter-researcher.

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