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UFO Disclosure & Mars Theories

Dave Schrader welcomed Bruce Van Natta, who after an accident, was on the verge of death when he had an "out of body" experience. During this near-death experience, he saw two angels that he believes were sent to save his life.

Appearing during the first half-hour, author R. Gary Patterson addressed a hoaxed article which claims that Ringo Starr said that Paul McCartney died in 1966 and was replaced by a lookalike.

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UFO Disclosure & Mars Theories

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Date: Wednesday - June 25, 2008
Host: George Noory
Guests: Douglas Hagmann, Dan Willis, Stephen Bassett, Tom VanFlandern

UFO disclosure was addressed by two guests.In the second hour, Disclosure Project witness Dan Willis shared his testimony that he presented at the 2001 conference. In 1969, he was a code operator and translated a coded message from a Navy ship off the coast of Alaska. Sailors reported seeing a bright glowing red elliptical object that shot off at around 7,000 mph, according to radar reports.

Activist Stephen Bassett joined the show in third hour, noting that "something is in the works" with Brazil, France, UK, and Mexico, as well as the Vatican, positioning themselves for UFO disclosure. Serious news attention on UFOs is also on the rise-- the Jeff Peckman/Stan Romanek story in particular, received major coverage, he noted.

The last hour featured 'Sound Off' Open Lines.

Hagmann Update

Appearing briefly at the start of the show, Douglas Hagmann of the Northeast Intelligence Network told of his narrow escape from a car fire.

Van Flandern's Theory

First hour guest, astronomer Tom Van Flandern reacted to a new theory about an ancient Mars collision. Instead of the idea that a large object hit Mars billions of years ago, he suggested that a "Planet V" was originally in Mars' orbit and it exploded 65 million years ago. The explosion damaged one of its moons-- what is now known as Mars.

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