In the first half, former police officer specializing in accident investigation, James Sanders, shared updates on the missing Malaysian plane. Even though investigators are currently searching the Indian Ocean for some satellite-spotted debris, he believes the more likely explanation is that the plane landed on the ground somewhere. He called the current search "a public relations routine," and suggested that the debris is probably ocean trash, as that part of the sea is known to have such patches.
Sanders investigated the TWA 800 crash and concluded there was a US government cover-up of a missile launch hitting the plane. He now suspects the media is being manipulated or fed inaccurate information regarding the Malaysian jet disappearance. The country of Somalia is in one of the possible flight paths, "and that whole area around there...has either no government or minimal government," but no one is talking about it being a likely landing spot, he remarked. The plane will probably resurface in some kind of horrendous attempted attack, he added.
The latter half featured civilian intelligence analyst and psychotherapist in New York City, Robert Morningstar, who has studied the paranormal and UFOs for over 40 years. He spoke about what he's identified as artifacts and "junkyards" on Mars (view images), as well as his viewing of Mars through a high powered telescope, when it was making a close approach to Earth. One of the things he viewed was a black spot or "eye" on the Red Planet, which turned out to be its deepest asteroid basin or pit. He suggested that the asteroid which created this pit "cracked" the planet and destroyed its ecosystem in one day.
Based on his telescopic viewings, Morningstar contended that NASA removed much of the evidence for life on Mars in its publicly released images, stripping away weather, clouds, and the aurora borealis. He also talked about the Dyatlov Pass Incident, the mysterious 1959 episode in which nine members of an expedition in Russia's Ural Mountains died under strange circumstances. He referred to it as "a case of predatory UFO mass murder," and has written an article on the subject which references the research of Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin. Another piece by Morningstar delves into a Martian artifact.
News segment guests: Katherine Albrecht, Mish Shedlock