Graeme Rendall is a contributor to the "The Debrief", an American news website dealing with cutting edge science, tech, and defense news, and is a frequent guest on various podcasts looking at the phenomenon known as Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAP). He also writes articles on the subject of UAP for a number of outlets. Between 1990 and 1992, he was the editor of an amateur aviation magazine.
Graeme has completed his eagerly-anticipated second book, dealing with the "Foo-Fighters" witnessed during WW2 and the numerous wartime cases that occurred before the term was coined in November 1944. He has been an aviation and WW2 history enthusiast from an early age, when he was given Airfix kits "to keep him quiet". Married to Jo, he lives in rural Northumberland, in between the beach and the hills.
Author Donald Jeffries discussed his book, On Borrowed Fame, which explores the darker side of fame. Researcher Micah Hanks provided an update on a proposal to setup a U.S. government office to look into UAPs.