Scott Creighton

Scott Creighton

Biography:

Scott Creighton is a communication network engineer with a life long passion for ancient Egypt. For almost two decades, Creighton has immersed himself into intense research in an attempt to make sense of the many mysteries of this most ancient civilization. His many articles, books, radio and TV appearances have brought an entirely new perspective and understanding of our ancient past and, simultaneously, presented orthodox Egyptology with some considerable challenges to its own narrative. He lives with his wife Louise and two teenage children in Glasgow, Scotland.

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  • Skinwalker Ranch Mysteries / Great Pyramid Enigma

    Skinwalker Ranch owner Brandon Fugal and manager Thomas Winterton discussed the mysterious occurrences there. Followed by researcher Scott Creighton on the massive, previously unknown space within the Great Pyramid of Giza.More »
  • Time Travel / Great Pyramid Hoax

    Jason Quitt discussed multi-dimensional time travel. Scott Creighton spoke about his work on the 'Great Pyramid Hoax'.More »
  • 1941 UFO Crash/ Great Pyramid Mystery

    Paul Blake Smith discussed a 1941 UFO crash in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Scott Creighton examined questions about the Great Pyramid’s true age.More »
  • 'Devil's Toy Box'/ Giza Secrets

    In the second half of the show, author & researcher Joshua P. Warren talked about the "Devil's Toy Box," and some of his other investigations into the paranormal. Second hour guests Scott Creighton & Gary Osborn shared their contention that the pyramids of Giza were not created...More »

Last Night

5G, AI, & Aliens / Shared Death Experiences
5G, AI, & Aliens / Shared Death Experiences
Cyrus A. Parsa of the A.I. Organization discussed controversies around the new 5G network, as well as UFOs, aliens, and AI. Followed by Founder of the Shared Crossing Project, William Peters, on the shared death phenomenon.
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