John Hogue discusses Nostradamus and his prophecies, and offers prophecies of his own for–not 2006 but 2004! So, how did he do? Also, subscribers, you can go to the Special Interviews Archive and listen to John’s 2005 and 2004 prophecies. He’ll be prophesying on Dreamland for 2006 next week and you can question him about past prophecies by sending him a note at whitley@unknowncountry.com.

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Budd Hopkins has published a brilliant refutation of a particularly silly book about the abduction phenomenon by an author called Susan Clancy. We take this opportunity to reprise the discussion Budd and Whitley had about the abduction phenomenon. Then Dave Louthan tells the chilling story of how he came to personally slaughter the infamous mad cow on December 26, 2003, and how the USDA is mishandling the situation. Do not assume that his complaints have been addressed. USDA remains as indifferent to the public welfare as it ever was. It is there to support the industries it supposedly regulates, not protect the public, and that has not change at all in two years.

What in the world is this week’s Dreamland show all about? It’s about what happens when you bring one of the world’s leading mythologists, William Henry together with conspiracy expert Jim Marrs and they discuss why Saddam Hussein was spending billions of dollars to rebuild Babylon. You will never, ever hear anything like this on any other program anywhere. It’s one of the most amazing shows we’ve ever done. Then Linda Howe tells us about those geysers that have been erupting in Oklahoma. Dreamland at its finest! In addition to the above, Whitley Strieber launches into a stunning description of the way the grays breathe and why he thinks they might be machines rather than living beings.

NBC’s popular show “Medium” is based on the life of a real medium, Allison DuBois, and Dr. Gary Schwartz (The Afterlife Experiments) has subjected her powers to rigorous scientific testing. Listen as Whitley Strieber explores the reality behind “Medium” with Gary Schwartz. Then Linda Moulton Howe reports on the stunning finding that apparent human footprints discovered in Mexico are actually 1.3 million years old.

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