Honey Bees, Extinctions, and UFOs

Hosted byGeorge Noory

Honey Bees, Extinctions, and UFOs

About the show

Investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe presented reports on the honey bee disappearance, amphibian extinction, and the UFO phenomenon. Honey bees continue to disappear in huge numbers from the Pacific Coast and England, and it's now a serious question whether there'll be enough local bees to pollinate California's upcoming almond crop, she detailed.

In her second report, Linda outlined how more than one-third of the world's amphibians (such as frogs and toads) are on the brink of extinction, most likely due to a mysterious fungus. She interviewed David Wake, the Director of Herpetology at the Museum of Vertebrate Zoology at UC Berkeley who told her the fungal infection that is killing amphibians is not completely understood.

Linda shared part of her interview with William Bramley, the author of the groundbreaking book The Gods of Eden. He described the link between aerial objects/lights, fogs, mists and the onset of the plague in the 1300s. Also seen during this period were men dressed in black-- after they would wave long instruments, plague would break out, he said. She also discussed Robert Wood's study of a scorched document purported to be a top secret MJ-12 communication that links the JFK assassination to the UFO cover-up.

John Titor Update

Historian for alleged time traveler John Titor, Oliver Williams presented an update in the first hour. The current conflict with Russia could relate to Titor's prediction of a nuclear strike in 2015, he said. Attorney for the Titor family, Larry Haber also appeared briefly during the hour, noting that he was still representing the family in connection with a film project.

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