Loren Coleman is one of the world's leading cryptozoologists. An honorary member of the British Columbia Scientific Cryptozoology Club, and several other international organizations, he is also a Life Member of the International Society of Cryptozoology. Starting his fieldwork and investigations in 1960, after traveling and trekking extensively in pursuit of cryptozoological mysteries, Coleman began writing to share his experiences in 1969. Coleman has been investigating, in the field and in the library, cryptozoological evidence and folklore since the Abominable Snowmen caught his interest over four decades ago, leading him to research mysterious Black Panther sightings and reports of Napes (North American Apes) in the American Midwest. He has traveled to every state in the USA, throughout Canada, Mexico, Scotland, and the Virgin Islands, interviewing witnesses of Lake Monsters, Bigfoot, Giant Snakes, Mystery Felids, Mothman, Thunderbirds, and other cryptids.
Investment advisor Catherine Austin Fitts offered analysis and commentary regarding the current 'fiscal cliff' that the United States is facing. If Congress doesn't act, the Bush era tax cuts, and the payroll tax decrease will end on January 1st, possibly sending the US economy into a tailspin.
In the first half, cryptozoologist Loren Coleman talked about his latest work on the Monsters of New Jersey including the Jersey Devil. The lore of the Jersey Devil goes back to 1735, when a Mrs. Leeds was having... More »
Miriam Delicado discussed her visits with Hopi Elders, sharing information about her ET interactions, and learning of the Hopi prophecies. Last hour guest, author Loren Coleman shared his ranking of the Top 10 cryptozoology stories of 2009.
Researcher Tom Horn outlined connections between transhumanism, the 'Watchers,' and stargates. Interestingly, transhumanism, which involves human enhancement through such fields as biotech, appears in ancient texts, he said. Repeatedly, he ran across the idea of god-like beings (or the Watchers) coming down to Earth and genetically tinkering with humans, as well as blending different... More »
Researcher Ruben Uriarte appeared briefly at the start of the program to comment on Friday's lackluster 'Bigfoot' news conference (video) held by Matt Whitton, Rick Dyer, and a self-proclaimed Sasquatch hunter. Uriarte was immediately followed by mask and prop maker Chuck Jarman, who said the dead Bigfoot 'body' is a costume (pictured, left) that he sculpted for a Halloween company two... More »
Author Craig Hogan shared his research into contact with the dead, and the powers of the mind. The human mind exists independently of the brain, he argued, citing remote viewing ability as an example of how the mind can see at a great distance. During the dream state, it's the mind that's active, not the brain, he added. The afterlife is made up of millions of spheres and planes, with... More »
Futurist John Jay Harper shared his investigation into native shamanism as it correlates with the near-death experience (NDE), earth changes, and a global shift in consciousness.The shamanic tradition dates back thousands of years. Shamans, often engaged in healing work, travel to other realms and then translate back symbols of what they've seen, he explained. The shamanic experience shares... More »
Mystic, author and speaker Robert Bruce returned for a discussion on astral projection and energy work. He began having spontaneous astral projections as a child, and later learned how to induce them deliberately.
Author and cryptozoologist Loren Coleman discussed his mission to uncover intriguing phenomena that exist in the U.S. He shared accounts on such topics as the Dover Demon, the Lake Champlain monster, the Mad Gasser of Mattoon, alligators in the sewers, giant snakes and phantom clowns.
Prophecy expert John Hogue returned to discuss such topics as the Middle East, global warming, asteroids and the bird flu, with a particular focus on what Nostradamus may have predicted about these things. The horrible war which is being prepared in the West, began one of Nostradamus' quatrains, which Hogue said may refer to a nuclear war being incited in the Middle East.
Cryptozoologist Loren Coleman presented an overview of the Mothman case, noting that descriptions of the bird-like creature have grown more and more human over the decades. The original Mothman researcher John Keel thought the 1966-7 events in Point Pleasant had a demonological basis, said Coleman, who views the reports more from a zoological perspective.
Founder of the Cydonia Institute, George Haas and his co-author William Saunders discussed their book, The Cydonia Codex. They believe that the ancient art and sculpture of Mesoamerica is reflected in geoglyphs of Mars, specifically as depicted in the 2001 'Face on Mars.' Haas suggested that the bifurcated Martian imagery was like a hieroglyphic writing system, and is evident not only on... More »
Researcher Loren Coleman and expedition leader Tom Biscardi were joined by fingerprint technician Jimmy Chilcutt (2nd Hour) and author Smokey Crabtree (3rd Hour) to discuss the elusive creature known as Bigfoot. The evening kicked off with a playing of the song I Still Believe in Bigfoot by Danny Freyer, which was followed by a discussion about the soon-to-be-released Bigfoot video footage... More »
Guest Host Hilly Rose welcomed renowned mind-body medicine expert, Dr. Shelley Kaehr, who talked about the evidence for parallel realities. Kaehr believes that "every time you make a decision, another universe is created."According to her theory, there are millions of different dimensional universes, populated by "another you that's doing that which you did not choose."... More »
Cryptozoologist and author Loren Coleman returned to the show, reporting on an unusual rash of mysterious creature sightings in Texas, Maryland, and North Carolina. He classified most of these animals as unidentified "hybrid canine" types and noted... More »