Greg Lawson has spent much of his adult life exploring strange places. From the first Russian colony in Three Saints Bay, Alaska to the pyramids of Egypt, he has explored paranormal hot spots in over 40 countries. He is a career law enforcement officer with over 31-years of experience. He has worked as a hostage negotiator, SWAT officer, academy instructor and as a sex crimes and homicide detective.
Greg has a master's degree from Texas State University and specializes in investigative procedures, teaching these skills to Texas law enforcement officers and paranormal investigators. He is an international lecturer and the author of four books on the paranormal. He is also a 10-year military veteran and a lifetime member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW).
M. Chris Fabricant of the Innocence Project discussed wrongful convictions caused by junk science. In the first hour, paranormal investigator Greg Lawson commented on a new revelation in the JFK assassination case that challenges the 'magic bullet' theory.More »
Dr. Bart Kosko discussed the latest developments in AI and neural learning, as well as the new edition of his classic work Fuzzy Thinking. In the first hour, paranormal investigator Greg Lawson talked about the Gilgo Beach murders, intuition in police work, and Jack the Ripper.More »
Paranormal investigator Greg Lawson discussed the recently downed "balloons" and how they often have been used as an explanation for UAP sightings, such as the Roswell UFO crash. First hour guest, Ukrainian gymnast and entertainer Nadya Vasina, provided an update from Ukraine.More »
Authors Jon Levi and David Edward discussed their book, Evidence of the Old World, which attempts to unravel hidden complexities in history. Researcher Preston Dennett reports on UFO encounters and accounts of people who have had face-to-face contact with humanoids.