Colm A. Kelleher, Ph.D., is a biochemist with a fifteen-year research career in cell and molecular biology. Following his Ph.D. in biochemistry from the University of Dublin, Trinity College in 1983, Kelleher worked at the Ontario Cancer Institute, the Terry Fox Cancer Research Laboratory, and the National Jewish Center for Immunology and Respiratory Medicine. For the past eight years he has worked as project manager and team leader at a private research institute, the National Institute of Discovery Science, using forensic science methodology to unravel scientific anomalies.
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 2/12/01 featuring Colm Kelleher, the then Deputy Administrator of the National Institute for Discovery Science - an organization set up to study fringe science, the paranormal, and ufology.
6-10pm PT: Art Bell - Somewhere in Time returns to 3/12/01, when Colm Kelleher, the then administrator of NIDS, talks about the organization's study of various fringe sciences, and paranormal topics. (Related More »
Investigative journalist George Knapp and researcher Colm Kelleher discussed their book Hunt for the Skinwalker, which chronicles bizarre paranormal events that were scientifically studied at a ranch in Utah.
Col. John Alexander, the author of such books as Winning the War joined guest host George Knapp in a wide-ranging discussion that touched on the UFO cover-up, the mysterious 'Aviary' group,NIDS research, geopolitics & the Middle East.
Catherine Lanigan, the author of numerous books, including Divine Nudges, discussed her work with people who have experienced angelic interventions. Angels, she said, fall into two groups-- winged beings, and those that appear as humans. In the latter category, once they have finished their intervention they literally vanish--perhaps into another dimension; their purpose here is to help... More »
Journalist George Knapp and research scientist Colm Kelleher, the authors of Hunt for the Skinwalker, shared details about a ranch in Utah where the "Gorman" (a pseudonym) family was terrorized by a series of unexplainable encounters that included UFOs of various shapes, mutilated cattle, disembodied voices, poltergeist activity and invincible creatures. The isolated location in... More »
Research scientist Colm Kelleher discussed his findings on Mad Cow Disease which is called CJD in humans. 5% to 10% of America's 4-5 million Alzheimer's patients may actually have CJD, but so far pathologists have been unwilling to do the autopsies that would bear out these statistics, he said.
Making his first appearance on C2C, ecologist and organic farmer, Mark Purdey shared his theory on BSE (Mad Cow Disease). Through his studies, he has concluded the illness is actually caused by levels of metal micro-crystals in the environment that bind up with prion proteins to form a crystal structure in the brain "that is the hallmark of the disease."