Walter Wagner graduated UC Berkeley with a Minor in Physics, and a Major in Biology. Later, he discovered a novel particle in a balloon-borne cosmic ray detector, initially identified as a magnetic monopole. Though its identity remains uncertain, it is definitely not within the standard repertoire of known particles. After a three-year break from science to attend law school, Dr. Wagner resumed work in Physics and Biology at the US Veterans Administration Medical Center in San Francisco, working in Nuclear Medicine and Health Physics. He then embarked on teaching Science and Mathematics, from grade school to college. Dr. Wagner developed a botanical garden in Hawaii, and continues involvement with several professional associations, including Health Physics Society and Society of Nuclear Medicine.
During the middle two hours, publishers of the Weird U.S. book series, and Weird New Jersey Magazine, Mark Moran & Mark Sceurman spoke about strange occurrences across NJ & America, including UFO/alien encounters, hauntings, curious attractions, and unexplained creatures.... More »
Melinda Leslie and Joe Montaldo discussed alien abductions and subsequent military encounters. Many alien abductees say they've been interrogated, followed, and even abducted by covert or military operatives after their ET encounters. These military abductions (MILABS) have... More »
Researcher Nick Redfern discussed his 2-year transatlantic hunt, investigating Bigfoot, werewolves, lake monsters, Mothman-type creatures, UFOs and crop circles.Bigfoot or 'wildman of the woods' reports date as far back as 1100 AD in Britain. In recent times, a number of... More »
Professor of Physics at the Univ. of Conn., Dr. Ron Mallett shared his research into time travel. More »