Filmmaker and producer Paul Davids' films are known for controversy, beginning with Roswell (starring Martin Sheen, Kyle MacLachlan & Dwight Yoakam), a 1994 nominee for Golden Globe as Best TV Motion Picture, which he executive produced and co-wrote as a Showtime original movie. It dealt with issues of extraterrestrial life and the purported "truth embargo" on the subject of ET contact.
Paul's many books and films are enjoying a 2018 resurgence. His film, "The Sci-Fi Boys" starring Peter Jackson, is on display through September, 2018, at the Pasadena History Museum in their exhibit called "Dreaming the Universe." "Jesus in India" had an Italian premiere at the Odeon Theater in Florence, Italy in May. His film "The Life After Death Project" was featured in June at the Fortfest in Baltimore, a Fortean conference where Paul also presented on the followup book to that film, "An Atheist in Heaven: The Ultimate Evidence for Life After Death?" Paul is also a renowned painter featured in the July issues of Southwest Art, The Santa Fean and also Southwest Art and Architecture. A large solo exhibit of his work begins August 17, 2018, at Houshang's new gallery in Santa Fe, N.M.
Frank Sheeran confessed to investigative author Charles Brandt that he handled more than 25 hits for the Mob, and for his friend Jimmy Hoffa. Joining George Knapp in the first half, Brandt shared evidence about Sheeran's involvement with Hoffa, new information on other famous murders, and the announcement of a film adaptation of his... More »
Pioneering promoter of sci-fi books and films, the late Forrest J Ackerman, never believed in an afterlife; nonetheless, he promised a few respected colleagues that he would try to send messages from the Other Side. Author, UFO researcher, and filmmaker Paul Davids joined George Knapp to describe in hair-raising detail Ackerman's... More »
Filmmaker and producer Paul Davids discussed his new documentary, The Life After Death Project, which chronicles possible after death communications that came from sci-fi luminary, Forrest J. Ackerman. Professor at the University of Arizona, More »
First hour guest, leader of the Raelian Movement, Rael, discussed his ET encounters which took place in 1973 at a volcanic crater in France. During these encounters, he said he learned that humans were not the result of random evolution, but deliberately created by the aliens through DNA experimentation. Rael, who is hoping to build an embassy for ETs by 2035, answered criticisms made of... More »