Bret Oldham is an alien abductee and the author of Children Of The Greys, in which he details his lifelong alien abduction experiences, the follow-up book The Baby Takers, and Afterlife Encounters. Oldham has undergone extensive testing to prove the validity of his case, including passing a polygraph exam, medical exams, special blood work, and most recently, a QEEG brain scan that was aired on the History channels hit series Ancient Aliens, which proved that his memories of alien abductions came from the part of his brain that stores memories. In addition, a witness with whom he once endured a shared abduction has publicly verified the account. All of this makes Oldham's alien abduction case one of the most documented in history. He has made numerous worldwide television appearances in the United States, Canada, France, U.K., Bulgaria, Russia, and Eastern Europe, including on shows on Bio, Discovery, CBC Canada, History Channel, TV7 Bulgaria, RMC Decouverte France, and REN TV Eastern Europe. He has been featured on numerous internet, TV, and radio shows, and has been interviewed by various online magazines and newspapers. As a public speaker, he has been a featured guest speaker at various conferences and events across the United States.
UFO abductee and author Bret Oldham discussed his efforts to prove the validity of his case. Followed by Colonel Mike Brown, PTSD and veteran suicide researcher, on mental health treatment in the military.More »
George Knapp welcomed different guests in each hour for a discussion on all things UFO and ET, including a bizarre UFO crash that's been called 'Mexico’s Roswell' (Ruben Uriate/Noe Torres), personal alien abduction accounts from two different abductees (Niara Isley/Bret Oldham),...More »
Astrophysicist Bernard Haisch and author Marsha Sims discussed how the universe could be considered a vast form of consciousness known as God. Followed by writer/director Mark Zicree on sci-fi, Hollywood, and Twilight Zone.