A winner of the prestigious Writers Guild award for screenwriting, Bryce Zabel has created and produced five prime time television series, including fan favorites like NBC’s UFO thriller "Dark Skies" and the TV adaptation of "The Crow", and worked on a dozen TV writing staffs (i.e. "Lois & Clark”, "Steven Spielberg’s Taken"). A produced feature writer (i.e. “Atlantis", "Mortal Kombat Annihilation") and miniseries writer (i.e. “Blackbeard”, “Pandemic"), Bryce's latest film, "The Last Battle", based on a New York Times bestseller, will be shot by Endurance Media in Europe next year.
He was the first writer since Rod Serling elected to serve as Chairman/CEO of the Television Academy. He has taught screenwriting as an Adjunct Professor at the USC School of Cinematic Arts, reported on-air as a CNN correspondent, and won multiple awards for investigative reporting for PBS. His "Breakpoint alternate history book series is the winner of the coveted Sidewise Award for Alternate History for its debut novel about the JFK assassination, "Surrounded by Enemies," and continues with "Once There Was a Way", a novel about The Beatles staying together. He is developing “The Crash," about the race to break the Roswell story, and “Captured" about the Betty and Barney Hill abduction. His book "A.D. After Disclosure" with Richard Dolan is considered a classic of UFO literature.
UFO researchers Bryce Zabel and Ross Coulhart discussed alleged cover-ups by government and media of UFO sightings in recent years. Followed by researcher Joshua Cutchin on a new mythology of death and the paranormal.More »
Former intelligence officer Lue Elizondo spoke about UAP, and what we might expect from the phenomenon in 2022. Followed by journalist and television producer Bryce Zabel who also weighed in on the subject.More »
Author Mary Roach delved into the curious science of human-wildlife conflict. In the first hour, M.L. Behrman related Roswell to his own bizarre desert experience, and Bryce Zabel commented on the 25th anniversary of Dark Skies.More »
UFO investigator Katie Griboski discussed the nature of UFO/UAP reports, and the obstacles in investigating them. Followed by screenwriter and producer Bryce Zabel on the fast-breaking developments in the UAP story.More »
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time returned to 10/3/96 when Bryce Zabel, who was the executive producer of the NBC program Dark Skies, discussed Roswell, crop circles, cattle mutilations, and deciphering the truth.More »
Art Bell: Somewhere in Time journeyed back to October 3, 1996, when Art was joined by Bryce Zabel who was the executive producer of the NBC program Dark Skies to discuss everything from Roswell, crop circles, cattle mutilations, and deciphering the truth.More »
Researcher David Paulides shared updates on cases of people who inexplicably disappear from national parks and rural settings. In the latter half, author Bryce Zabel talked about his meticulously researched new novel, Surrounded by Enemies: What If Kennedy Survived...More »
Historian and researcher Richard M. Dolan, and journalist and screenwriter, Bryce Zabel, discussed the various scenarios that will follow an official acknowledgement of the existence of UFOs, ETs and alien contact. In the first hour, author Bill Fawell talked about how the...More »
Joining George Knapp, writer/producer Bryce Zabel discussed why topics like UFOs and ETs are such a focus of TV and movie projects. In particular, he talked about his creation of the TV series Dark Skies (now out on DVD) which aired in 1996 on NBC. First hour guest, Mark...More »
In the first half of the program, George Knapp was joined by legendary Ufologist Jacques Vallee for a discussion on UFO sightings from biblical-era antiquity through the year 1879. Over the course of the conversation, he also talked about remote viewing and provided his take on...More »
Ufologists Stanton Friedman and Don Schmitt, along with Hollywood producers Bryce Zabel and Don Most, discussed the film Majic Men, which will be based on their careers as UFO investigators searching for the truth about the Roswell incident. In the first hour, reporter Greg...More »
James Szubski revealed how the electromagnetic environment of the Columbia River Gorge might play a role in people experiencing unusual phenomena. In the first hour, legendary Doors drummer John Densmore reflected on the band's music and legacy.