Interested in “facts that don’t fit” from an early age, in 1991, Greg Bishop co-founded a magazine called The Excluded Middle, which was a journal of UFOs, conspiracy research, psychedelia and new science. 'Wake Up Down There!' which anthologized many of the articles and features, was published in 2000. Greg’s second book was 'Project Beta: The Story of Paul Bennewitz, National Security, and the Creation of a Modern UFO Myth,' which documented a government campaign of disinformation perpetrated against an unsuspecting U.S. citizen. 'Weird California,' a portrait of strange and eerie history and places in the Golden State, was published in 2006.
From December 2007 to November 2011, Greg blogged for the UFO and paranormal site Ufomystic. His current book, 'It Defies Language' is a collection of essays detailing his long involvement with the UFO subject, government insiders, and theories and opinions about what is behind the phenomenon. For two years Greg hosted 'The Hungry Ghost,' an interview and music show airing on pirate FM station KBLT in Los Angeles. His current interviews with UFO and paranormal researchers and personalities can be heard at radiomisterioso.com.
Greg Bishop and Adam Gorightly discussed the UFO 'Contactees' movement begun in the 1950s. Followed by Paul Dean and Keith Basterfield on military UFO data. More »
Jerome Corsi discussed the workings of the "Deep State." Followed by Greg Bishop with analysis of UFO cases, news, and phenomena. More »
Daniel Simone recalled the major jewelry heist at the posh Pierre Hotel. Robbie Graham and Greg Bishop looked at new ways to view the UFO question. More »
Author and radio host Greg Bishop, who has been researching and writing about strange phenomena for over 25 years, joined George Knapp in the first half to discussed various angles of the UFO enigma, including disinformation efforts In the latter half, UFO researcher... More »
Fringe-culture historian Greg Bishop shared the story of a disinformation campaign that destroyed the life of the late Paul Bennewitz. Counter-intelligence officer Richard Doty joined the discussion with Art and Bishop. More »