Whitley Strieber and Peter Levenda have a wide-ranging and completely extraordinary discussion about everything from the To the Stars controversy to Whitley’s childhood experiences that Peter has researched, to the deepest meaning of the visitor experience, the reason that different parts of the government have such different approaches, why the United States was singled out for contact and what the future of mankind is, if we have one and much, much more.

First, Linda Moulton Howe returns with the monthly Howe Report. This month, she tells us the inside story of the Solar Observatory shutdown and the probability that the claim that this occurred because of a child pornography investigation may not be the whole story. Linda will be with us once a month with a half hour report, and will appear whenever events warrant. We’re glad to welcome her back!

Master UFO researcher Preston Dennett returns to Dreamland with a shocking and amazing story of a strange underwater location that could be a UFO base off the coast of  Malibu in Southern California—and guess who lives right nearby? Whitley, of course.

It seems that the Striebers moved from a UFO hotbed in upstate New York to a UFO hotbed in Southern California. They just can’t seem to stay away!

An amazing interview with Rey Hernandez, one of the founding directors of the Dr. Edgar Mitchell Foundation for Research into Extraterrestrial Encounters. Rey opens up about the stunning 2012 close encounter and series of follow-on experiences that drew him into what has become his life journey as a director of FREE.

The close encounter experience is evolving. As Rey points out, in the 1980s 38% of witnesses regarded their experiences as very negative. Now, 85% see them as very positive.