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Author and renowned book editor (He is Whitley Strieber’s editor, among many others) Robert Gleason spent over twenty years researching his new book, End of Days. It asks the question: does mankind have the power right now to physically destroy Earth? For example, could carefully targeted nuclear weapons activate supervolcanos such as the Yellowstone Supervolcano? And just how likely is it that terrorist groups like al Quaeda will get nuclear weapons from countries like Pakistan?

And how likely is it that we just might have a future that is a lot more hopeful than it seems? Take this journey with Whitley Strieber as he explores Robert Gleason’s ideas with him–to a conclusion that will surprise you.

Based on 28 years of research, Robert Gleason’s END OF DAYS reveals how terrorists will foment nuclear Armageddon in the US and around the world. Publishers Weekly proclaims Gleason’s fictionalized tome “is a thrilling take on a frighteningly possible future.” Booklist confirms, “One of the best end-of-the-world thrillers … Gleason’s novel is in a class by itself.” Former Secretary of Defense William Cohen described END OF DAYS as “tomorrow arriving a day early. Let us hope it inspires all of us to take action.”

Bob’s website is

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  1. Loved this interview. Think
    Loved this interview. Think gary, your guest anne, wanted to chat for a bit longer.

  2. Great interview and I found
    Great interview and I found him very credible. Anne, I wish you would have asked him if they had talked about the future of this planet. Maybe you should interview him again.

  3. Woahh.. Very nice interview..
    Woahh.. Very nice interview.. Would love to hear some more on this very credible gentleman.. Thank you so very much on making this a website I can be proud of.. And so should you. 🙂

  4. For the first time, I begin
    For the first time, I begin to understand why I dream the way I do. I have always thought it was spirit wanting me to get it right,so I was made to dream the same dream again and again til it was right. Also, I saw a multi-colored lighted ship, hovering over my husband one night not long ago.He also has an apparent lack of memory of his early childhood. He denied seeing the lights above him and thinks I am a legend in my own mind for seeing the things I have seen. Thanks for interveiwing this gentleman. It gave me a little bit of clarity and something to think about.

  5. Brilliant interview, I have
    Brilliant interview, I have had many many dream lessons like that throughout my life. My most memorable one was where I was taught about the problems with revenge, in this dream my father kept on getting murdered over and over, and each time I would seek revenge on the perpetrator in a different way. Eventually I started trying to stop the murder from happening before it did, but nothing I did would stop it, until I just accepted the situation and spent the last moments of my fathers life with him loving him instead of being angry and fighting the situation, this allowed for him to pass on into a good after life, where as if I fought it, he would not and it would destroy me to.

    Thinking of this still brings tears to my eyes.

    Ann if you could I would love it if you could put me in touch with this gentleman.


  6. I wanted to comment that it’s
    I wanted to comment that it’s possible that “those people who have a memory lose when they were young”, that Gary doesn’t fall into their category, but that they may fall into his.

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