In the first half of the program, George Knapp was joined by Fortean researcher Joshua Cutchin, who discussed his analysis of the food and drinks offered to humans by aliens, faeries, and Sasquatch. Based on his research, the most common offering from these entities is some form of liquid, whether it be ales and wine from faeries or mysterious drinks forced upon abductees by their captors. Additionally, he said, many contactees have reported receiving sweet fruit juice when encountering a 'space brother.' Cutchin suggested that the longstanding faerie lore, which warned that accepting food from these entities would trap the recipient in their supernatural world, may have a connection to the after-effects which befall ET abductees who are administered liquids or 'medicines' during their experience.
Regarding the foods provided by these entities, Cutchin noted that faeries have been known to offer baked goods or other elaborate items which are later revealed to actually be detritus, such as leaves, twigs, and worms, that has been seemingly "cloaked with this sort of glamour to make it appear appealing." He connected this observation with the famous UFO case of Joe Simonton, who allegedly received pancakes from his ET visitors but, when attempting to eat the food, described it as tasting like cardboard. Therefore, Cutchin surmised that these food exchanges may be part of an agenda which goes beyond merely providing sustenance to hungry humans. On the other hand, he observed that the simpler food offerings from Sasquatch, usually raw meat, indicate that the creature is more likely to be a flesh and blood animal rather than a paranormal entity using food for nefarious purposes.
In the latter half, Lon Strickler, paranormal researcher and creator of the website Phantoms and Monsters, detailed a handful of weird stories he's been following including credible reports of people witnessing reptoids living in caves. Strickler shared one account which was personally reported to him by a man using the pseudonym 'Jerry.' According to Jerry, in the Summer of 1995, he was exploring a cavern in Missouri when he spotted an entity described as standing about seven feet tall, with brown, scaly skin and a head that was shaped like a human but had no nose or hair. While Jerry spied on the creature as it examined a downed ATV in the cave, the reptoid seemingly noticed his presence, looking over at him and hissing. Frightened, Jerry scrambled out of the cave to his vehicle and hastily returned home.
Beyond reptoid encounters, Strickler shared a number of stories related to possible bidepal canine cryptids spotted in the southern Ontario region of Canada. In one such instance, a man was driving and noticed a dark shape cross the road. When he got closer, he saw a creature with a small head that sported bright yellow eyes. This witness, Strickler said, claimed that a coworker had also recently seen a wolf-shaped creature bound across the road in front of his vehicle. "For whatever reason, people in southern Ontario are coming up with these sightings," Strickler marveled, noting that he'd also received a third account from a man who reported seeing "a large dog that looked almost like a wolf, but it had straight legs like a human" and stood upright on the side of the road.