Shanelle Schanz

Shanelle Schanz

Biography:

Shanelle Schanz is the granddaughter of Kenneth Arnold, the first pilot of the “modern UFO era," to experience a transcendent sighting of, “nine flying saucers” over Mt. Rainier on June 24, 1947. His home was Boise, Idaho, where Shanelle grew up. Shanelle is a prolific writer and philosopher believing in Omnism and that there is truth in all religions. Shanelle has had a passion for astrology. She also has an Associate Degree in Philosophy from the College of Western Idaho.

Shanelle has a Pharmacy Technician Certificate from Clark College in Vancouver, Washington, and is a proud mother and wife with two daughters. She has been a guest at “The Flying Saucer Party” in Chehalis, Washington every September, and experienced her own UFO sighting in Portland, Oregon. She has been a guest on shows and podcasts like "Universal Secrets” with Kevin Hale and a guest on Peter Robbin's “Meanwhile, Here on Earth” podcast. Shanelle has also republished her grandfather’s iconic book, "The Coming of The Saucers."

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Past Shows:

  • Ancient Lunar Domes / Kenneth Arnold Sighting

    Richard C. Hoagland shared "breakthrough" evidence for ancient lunar domes. Followed by Shanelle Schanz, the granddaughter of Kenneth Arnold on his historic 1947 UFO sighting.More »
  • Bee Collapse, A.I., Time, & Area 51

    Earthfiles investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe discussed the ongoing loss of commercial honey bee hives in the US, the possible dangers from the rapid advances in A.I. and robotics, the notion that space and time is "an illusion," and strange aerial phenomena seen in the...More »

Last Night

Ancient Egypt & Cataclysms / UFOs & Alien Bases
Ancient Egypt & Cataclysms / UFOs & Alien Bases
Tenured faculty member at Boston University, Robert M. Schoch, Ph.D., presented evidence that the Sphinx is thousands of years older than previously thought. Followed by extraterrestrial researcher Robert Stanley who discussed various topics related to UFOs.

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