Appearing during the first hour and a half of the program, UFO researcher Ed Grimsley was joined by technology analyst Charles Ostman to discuss incredible UFO sightings and battles seen using night vision goggles. "They're so unbelievable that I want the world to know they're there and I want the world to see the truth," said Grimsley, who introduced Ostman to the concept of using night vision goggles to spot UFOs.
Ostman described his own night vision UFO sighting, recounting three craft flying in formation, tailed by two craft that cris-crossed behind them, eventually forming a five object cluster. The objects, he said, were "round, hard-edged, metallic looking things" that cruised across the sky in a little over two seconds. Ostman asserted that without the goggles, he "wouldn't have seen anything at all."
Grimsley detailed the different UFOs he has seen over the course of his night vision observations, ranging from fast delta-shaped craft to oval-shaped objects both large and small. He talked of fantastic UFO battles that he has seen using his goggles, claiming that the small oval UFOs had an adversarial relationship with the other objects, but that the larger oval and delta-shaped craft seemed to be friendly with each other.
The remainder of the program was devoted to Open Lines. A few callers phoned in to share their stories of seeing UFOs using night vision goggles. Another caller suggested perhaps the UFOs were bats. An amateur astronomer called in to say that many predatory and migratory birds populate the night, which may account for the sightings.