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Philip Imbrogno

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Biography:

Philip Imbrogno has been investigating and researching paranormal phenomenon for over thirty years. He has been a science educator for the past twenty five years and has authored countless magazine articles on science and the paranormal and has appeared or done research for a number of major television presentations on UFOs, astronomy and the paranormal.

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Past shows:

ET Hybrids / Ultraterrestrials

In the first half of the show, alien abduction researcher Dr. David Jacobs joined George Knapp for a discussion on ET hybrids as well as the recent attacks on his work. In the latter half of the program, Ufologist Philip Imbrogno talked about his theory of... More »

The Djinn & Paranormal Phenomena

Paranormal researcher Rosemary Ellen Guiley and UFO investigator Philip Imbrogno discussed their forthcoming book about the djinn (or jinn), secretive entities that may play a role in a variety of paranormal phenomena. First hour guest, Richard C. Hoagland talked about... More »

High Strangeness

George Knapp welcomed paranormal expert and scientist Philip Imbrogno (book link), who discussed accounts of high strangeness, and his theory of interdimensional contact. More »

Interdimensional Phenomena & the Paranormal

UFO investigator for over thirty years, Philip Imbrogno (book link) talked about how physical anomalies and interdimensional realities may connect various types of paranormal activity including UFOs, Shadow People, and EVP. First hour guests, authors and researchers... More »

Parallel Realities & The Paranormal

Scientist and paranormal investigator Philip Imbrogno discussed his research into UFOs and detailed how they may be emanating from parallel realities. More »

Hudson Valley UFOs & the Paranormal

UFO investigator for over thirty years, Philip Imbrogno discussed the Hudson Valley sightings of the 1980s, as well as hidden connections between UFOs and other unexplained phenomena. More »

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