Leslie Kean is an investigative journalist whose articles have appeared in numerous newspapers and magazines around the world such as the Baltimore Sun, The Nation magazine and the Philadelphia Inquirer. Since 2000, Kean has published investigative stories related to the UFO subject. Her effort to obtain government documents about the crash of an unknown object in Kecksburg, PA in 1965 has been publicly backed by President Clinton's former chief of staff. Kean is the plaintiff in a lawsuit against NASA, filed in December 2003, demanding the release of further documentation relating to the Kecksburg incident. This was recently settled, requiring NASA to conduct an extensive search for documents under court supervision.
Researcher Jeremy Corbell discussed an anomalous craft above the USS Nimitz. 1st hour guest, Leslie Kean talked about the Tom DeLonge announcement. More »
Journalist Leslie Kean discussed evidence for life after death. Researcher Preston Dennett described strange UFO contacts. More »
Investigative journalist Leslie Kean discussed firsthand accounts of UFO encounters including reports from top military generals and pilots. She looked at the 5% of cases that can't be explained in official aviation/government investigations. One such incident was the... More »
In the first half of the show, investigative reporter Leslie Kean talked about her research into the evidence for UFOs, and her new book UFOs on the Record, which gathers together testimonies from government, aviation and military sources. Appearing in the second half,... More »
A special 4-hour program devoted to UFO sightings and disclosure featured documentary filmmaker and UFO investigator James Fox and four additional guests. More »
Psychophysiologist Dr. Stephen La Berge joined his associate at the Lucidity Institute, Dominick Attisani, to discuss how science is researching consciousness via the laboratory of the mind and lucid dreaming. More »
Author Byron Belitsos, Thursday's guest for two hours, discussed the legendary "Urantia Book", a 2000-page tome first published in 1955, which many consider an epochal revelation to our planet for science, religion, and history. "It's a gift to humanity," said Belitsos,... More »