Midnight In The Desert — Nick Redfern

Thu Sep 12 (Hour 2-3) - Nick Redfern - Flying Saucers from the Kremlin

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Thu Sep 12 (Hour 2-3) - Nick Redfern - Flying Saucers from the Kremlin

For decades the Russians secretly used the UFO phenomenon as a means to try and destabilize the West? Why did the Russians try to recruit some of the most well-known UFO “Contactees” of the 1950s? What’s the connection between the KGB and the notorious Majestic 12 documents? These are just a few of the many questions that Nick Redfern answers for us tonight. Website: nickredfernfortean.blogspot.com TWITTER: @nickredfernufo Nick Redfern is a full-time author and journalist specializing in a wide range of unsolved mysteries for over 30 years including UFO sightings, alien abductions, paranormal phenomena, cryptozoology, and the Men In Black....

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Mind-Games At Area 51? 30 Years Later

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Mind-Games At Area 51? 30 Years Later

In my recent article titled “A Case for Man-Made UFOs Or Not?” I mentioned Bob Lazar’s claims of working on recovered UFOs at a certain, secret base in Nevada in late 1988. You know the base. We all do: Area 51. Or, as Lazar said, a specific portion of Area 51 called S-4. As I stated in my article: “Some researchers believe that Lazar saw flying saucers built and flown by Uncle Sam. Others say that the craft were from another world. There are those who conclude Lazar made the whole thing up. Me? I think it was probably a...

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Black Eyed Children: Revised And Reviewed

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Black Eyed Children: Revised And Reviewed

By Nick Redfern Back in 2012, David Weatherly’s then-much-awaited book, Black Eyed Children was published. So, you may well ask, why am I mentioning this now, six years later? The answer is simple: Just recently, David decided to put out a new version of the book, a revised 2nd edition, and which has a cool cover courtesy of Sam Shearon. If you aren’t fully conversant with the BEC phenomenon, the sub-title to the new edition will give you a good idea of what you can expect in its 240 pages: “The B.E.K.s – They Reside On The Fringes Of The...

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