U. S. Navy Research Physicist Bruce Maccabee is the author of The UFO/FBI Connection, The Secret History of the Government's Cover-Up. Bruce received his Ph.D. in Physics from American University, Washington, D. C., in 1970. He was hired by the U. S. Department of Navy to be a physics researcher at what was then called the Naval Ordnance Laboratory (NOL). That name was later changed to the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division where Dr. Maccabee has worked ever since. Dr. Maccabee says, "With FOIA releases and document leaks, we're learning more about what happened years ago then they knew years ago."
Chris Aubeck, UFO researcher and author of "Return to Magonia," joined George Knapp to discuss UFO cases from the last 500 years, showing that reality can be more interesting than any popular catch-all theory. First hour guest, US Navy physicist, Bruce Maccabee, discussed... More »
Not only have the FBI and CIA investigated UFOs, but both agencies have actively tried to conceal this from the public. Dr. Bruce Maccabee, U.S. Navy research physicist, joined George Knapp to discuss his study of FOIA releases and document leaks, which, when combined with evidence collected by Air Force Intelligence, prove that at least... More »
Retired U.S. Navy research physicist Bruce Maccabee joined George Knapp (email) to discuss his extensive research on UFOs, including international cases, his take on debunkers, and analysis of alleged photos of unidentified flying objects. On the subject of UFO cases, he talked about his research into incidents over Iran in 1976 and New Zealand in 1978. Maccabee detailed how the Iranian... More »
Researcher Dr. Bruce Maccabee discussed several UFO cases he has analyzed in depth as well as his study of Tesla's works. A 1976 incident in Iran involved jet fighters chasing a unknown bright object which apparently disabled the jets' electronics, he reported. The 2004 episode in which Mexican Air Force pilots documented strange lights may actually have involved two different phenomena,... More »