Dr. Robert Bartholomew is an Honorary Senior Lecturer in the Department of Psychological Medicine at Auckland University in New Zealand. He has spent the past 5 years studying 'Havana Syndrome' and is the co-author of Havana Syndrome with UCLA Neurologist Robert Baloh. He has written extensively on the history of UFOs, cryptozoology, poltergeists, social panics, and mass hysteria. He is known for working with believers and skeptics.
Remote viewing teacher Major Ed Dames discussed his current cases, including looking at UFOs and 'ultraterrestrials. Followed by medical sociologist Robert E. Bartholomew on Havana Syndrome and mass hysteria.More »
Specializing in financial astrology, William Stickevers spoke about the economic outlook, bitcoin, and societal upheaval. Followed by sociologist Robert E. Bartholomew, who contends the Havana Syndrome represents cases of mass hysteria.More »
Retired NASA astronaut Ron Garan is also a highly decorated fighter pilot as well as an explorer, entrepreneur, and humanitarian who believes that appropriately designed and targeted social enterprise can solve many of the problems facing our world. In the first half, he...More »
In the first half, George Knapp welcomed Air Force insider and former FAA employee, Robert Salas, who offered ample refutation to the Air Force statement: "No UFO reported, investigated and evaluated by the Air Force was ever an indication of threat to our national security." ...More »