Former Air Force cryptographer David Hagberg is a bestselling author of international thrillers who has a knack for creating fiction that becomes fact. David joined the Air Force right out of high school where he was trained as a cryptographer, stationed in Greenland above the Arctic Circle and in Germany where he helped construct the (then) world’s largest crypto center on the planet. He attended the University of Maryland, Overseas Division and the University of Wisconsin studying physics, mathematics and philosophy.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 9/26/01 when author David Hagberg discussed his novel, Joshua's Hammer, about Osama Bin Laden and Al Qaeda (written a year before 9-11). More »
Author David Hagberg talked about terrorism targets. Followed by contactee Gordon James Gianninoto on the Zetas and Planet X. More »
George Noory was joined by writer David Hagberg, who shared his belief that an impending global energy war is currently brewing. In the first hour, author and crop circle expert Freddy Silva talked about sacred sites as well as evidence which shows that these places of... More »
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 9/26/01 when author David Hagberg discussed his novel, Joshua's Hammer, about Osama Bin Laden and Al Qaeda (written a year before 9/11). More »
Ian was joined by writer David Hagberg, who talked about the former Soviet Union, US-Russia relations, and the Russian military mindset. Hagberg said Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has been using petrodollars to re-modernize Russia's military and refurbish their... More »
David Hagberg, the author of numerous fast-paced international thrillers, appeared on Monday night's program. Eerily, he described events similar to 9/11 in Joshua's Hammer, which he wrote in 1998 and featured Osama bin Laden as a character. "All the signs were there,"... More »