Forensic artist and investigator Bill McDonald updated us on several of his projects including the biology of the Loch Ness monster, the interface between UFO occupants and their spacecraft, and his alien abduction research. He detailed a 1991 case in which a woman's 2nd trimester pregnancy suddenly disappeared, and it was later learned that her family had multi-generational contacts with ETs. "We're being exploited, we're being ranched...my research strongly suggests that we are livestock" to these beings, who harvest our DNA in order to plug in," he explained.
Alien technology is "grown" rather than assembled, McDonald declared, outlining how the Roswell spaceship's engine was the skin of the vehicle and the ET flight crew all interfaced with varying degrees to the craft. He also commented on similarities in autistic behavior and greys/hybrids/neonates, and suggested autistic people could be harbingers of a new subspecies.
According to his research, Nessie is neither a reptile or a mammal-- rather it's a type of eel that grows larger in additional life stages, and can live to be nearly 90 years old. It's body rotates into humps explaining the appearance described in sightings, and the creature can slither onto land and kill like a crocodile, McDonald reported.
Diversity of Stars
Last hour guest, astronomer Ken Croswell talked about the incredible diversity of stars, which come in a variety of types, colors, and sizes. Some stars are smaller than Earth; some so big that if you put one in the place of our sun "it would stretch all the way out to the planet Jupiter," he said.