Kathleen Marden, the neice of famed abductee Betty Hill is not only a close encounter witness herself with numerous multiple-witness experiences, she is also among the world’s leading researchers into the field. As director of experiencer research for MUFON and a member of the board of CE3 research group FREE’sread more

Longtime UFO investigator Dan Wright joins us to discuss his new book, The CIA UFO Papers–and proceeds to start off with two of the most spectacular PERSONAL UFO encounters ever talked about on this show! Whitley asks him why he first got interested in UFOs (He’s been in MUFON sinceread more

Ben Moss is Chief Field Investigator for MUFON, in Virginia. He’s been researching UFOs for over 20 years and is unimpressed with the evidence that aliens are behind ufological phenomena, Now, he’s taking a fresh look at the classic Socorro UFO event, known as Project Blue Book’s best unsolved case. Let’s see what he’s found–and then let’s see where else this conversation takes us!

One of the most extensive and best documented recent UFO events in the US took place on January 8, 2008 in the little town of Stephensville, Texas. The UFO group MUFON has just released an analysis of radar records from the FAA and the National Weather Service, comparing them to eyewitness accounts, and has found that the radar returns correlate with the sightings, confirming that a mysterious object was in the sky that night that was traveling at up to 2,000 mph. The report was prepared by MUFON investigators Glen Schulze and Robert Powell. The radar returns they examined were obtained under Freedom of Information Act rules from the Federal Aviation Administration and the National Weather Service.