Rob Shelsky

Rob Shelsky

Biography:

Rob Shelsky is an avid and eclectic writer of both fiction and nonfiction, and averages about 4,000 words a day. Rob, with a degree in science, has written a large number of factual articles for the former AlienSkin Magazine, as well as for other magazines, such as Doorways, Midnight Street (U.K.), Internet Review of Science Fiction (IROSF), and many others. While at AlienSkin Magazine, a resident columnist there for seven years, Rob did a number of investigative articles, including some concerning the paranormal, as well as columns about UFOs, including interviews of those who have had encounters with them.

He has often and over a long period, explored the Alien and UFO question and has made investigative trips to research such UFO hotspot areas as Pine Bush, New York, Gulf Breeze, Florida, and other such regions, including Brown Mountain, North Carolina, known, for the infamous "Brown Mountain Lights, as well as investigating numerous places known for paranormal activity.

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Past Shows:

  • GMOs & Gene Editing / Deadly UFOs

    Jeffrey Smith talked about the war over GMOs and pesticides. Followed by Rob Shelsky on the ominous effects of UFOs.More »
  • Food Chains & Nature/ Moon Mysteries

    In the first half, scientist, writer, and educator Sean B. Carroll discussed the importance of wildlife and food chains in nature, and their effect on humans. In the second half, investigative journalist covering the paranormal and UFOs, Rob Shelsky, shared his hypothesis...More »
  • Hollow Moon & Disappearing People

    Investigative journalist Rob Shelsky combines his education in the sciences with his investigations of paranormal and anomalous phenomena. He discussed his work on the hollow Moon theory and accounts of the Earth having no Moon at all, as well as reports of disappearing people...More »

Last Night

Eastland Disaster of 1915 / Open Lines
Eastland Disaster of 1915 / Open Lines
Author Natalie Zett discussed the tragedy of the SS Eastland passenger ship in 1915, and how her great aunt guided her during the writing of a book about it. Open Lines followed in the latter half of the program.
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