Maureen Seaberg is an expert blogger on the senses for Psychology Today. She is the coauthor of Struck by Genius: How a Brain Injury Made Me a Mathematical Marvelwith savant Jason Padgett. The book is now optioned for film. She has written for the New York Times, National Geographic, Vogueand beyond. She is working on a new book for St. Martin's Press about the astonishing sensory capabilities of everyday people. Ms. Seaberg herself has extraordinary sensory experiences as a poly-synesthete (including the profound empathy of mirror-touch synesthesia) and is a tetrachromat -- a superseer who possesses a fourth cone class for color perception.
UFO researchers Graeme Rendall and Richard Dolan spoke about the 75th anniversary of Roswell and the Kenneth Arnold 'flying saucer sighting, along with other cases from that era, and military cover-ups.