Diane Corcoran, R.N., Ph.D., is a retired army colonel and president of the board of the International Association for Near-Death Studies, an international resource and support organization for people who have had near-death experiences, or who want to understand and support friends or family members who have had them. Corcoran became interested in near-death phenomena in 1969, as an army field nurse in Vietnam, when injured soldiers first started telling her about them. She left the military to pursue her doctorate at the University of Texas at Austin and to continue her interest in near-death phenomena-- particularly as experienced by soldiers and by children. Corcoran is a contributor to When Ego Dies: A Compilation of Near-Death and Mystical Conversion Experiences and the lead investigator in the Combat Veteran NDE Project.
In the first half, Robert Hastings joined George Knapp to discuss his more than 150 interviews with US Air Force veterans who were involved in incidents which confirm that UFO incursions have occurred at most if not all nuclear weapons sites. NDE expert Diane Corcoran, R.N.,...More »
A new foundation has been created to research ET contact called FREE (The Dr. Edgar Mitchell Foundation for Research into Extraterrestrial Encounters), acting as a support network for anomalous contact experiencers and researchers alike. George Knapp was joined by FREE members...More »
Astrophysicist Bernard Haisch and author Marsha Sims discussed how the universe could be considered a vast form of consciousness known as God. Followed by writer/director Mark Zicree on sci-fi, Hollywood, and Twilight Zone.