|Date:||Saturday - February 19, 2005|
|Guests:||Timothy Good, Chris Moneymaker|
Leading authority on UFOs and the alien presence, Timothy Good discussed pilot sightings and government cover-ups. According to Good, since 1920 there have been more than 3,400 reports from pilots involving unidentified aerial phenomena. He suspects the number is probably much larger since "many pilots do not report their sightings."
Good suggested the governments of Britain and the United States have "played down the really good sightings," like the one at Farnborough RAF Base. In August 1950, an experienced test pilot at Farnborough witnessed an unidentified low-flying object accompanied by "hissing and crackling sounds," Good reported. Many other test pilots also saw the craft, but were ordered not to discuss the sighting. Good said the military's official report claimed the pilots had only seen a conventional aircraft.
Good alleges that a group outside of elected government has ultimately been responsible for the cover-up of UFOs and their alien occupants. According to Good, extraterrestrials have been visiting Earth for thousands of years, and have established permanent bases in the Caribbean, Australia, and the United States. He said there are "concerns about what the aliens are doing," as there are several species of aliens each with their own interests regarding our planet.
During the first hour, Chris Moneymaker shared his story of how he went from playing poker on the Internet to becoming the winner of the 2003 World Poker Series.