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Graham Phillips

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Biography:

Graham Phillips has been described as an historical detective, a modern-day adventurer and a real-life Indiana Jones. He has been one of Britain's bestselling nonfiction authors for over twenty years. In 1981, after working as a radio journalist and broadcaster for the BBC and editing a popular monthly magazine, he first turned his talents to investigating unsolved historical mysteries. He has since written thirteen books which are in print around the world and have been published in ten different languages.

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Dangers of Technocracy / Stonehenge & Ancient Mysteries

Elana Freeland warned of ways technology is used to dominate the planet. Followed by Graham Phillips on Stonehenge and ancient stone circles. More »

Changing Biblical History/ Ark of the Covenant

Egyptologist David Elkington provides an update on the Jordan Codices, followed by historical detective Graham Phillips on the Ark of the Covenant. More »

Arthurian Legends/ Atlantis Evidence

In the first half, historical detective Graham Phillips joined Dave Schrader to present compelling evidence that suggested King Arthur was a real living warrior who led the Britons around the year 500, and that the legendary Camelot, Merlin, Excalibur, and Knights of the... More »

The Warfare Comet

Historical detective Graham Phillips presented his thesis that a comet, which came close to Earth around 1500 BC, had global effects on civilizations. More »

Ancient Mysteries

Historical detective Graham Phillips explored the possibility that the biblical account of the ten plagues of Egypt could have been caused by a volcanic eruption. According to his research, the Exodus from Egypt may have been occurring at the same time as a violent eruption... More »

Last Night

Mark Jacobson discussed the life of Bill Cooper, author of the manifesto "Behold a Pale Horse." Followed by Moira McGhee on UFO and alien encounters in Australia and New Zealand.

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