The gang discusses unexplained sounds people have been hearing around the world for centuries. Vic the Wop calls in with the latest on his series, Star Trek Continues. Cobra explains ten military sayings that have entered civilian life. Also, why winged cryptids rarely use their wings to fly. Plus, Raven recovers from oral surgery, Clubb advises Switchy on how to vacuum his wig and Juan-Juan models his new Rolling Stones attire, autumn edition.
The gang tackles the controversial subject of Marian Apparitions, instances in which tens of thousands of witnesses have seen visions of what they believe is the Virgin Mary, mother of Jesus Christ. Also, researcher & broadcaster, Paul Eno on the paranormal & the afterlife. Plus, a surprise visit from Raven’s father, Switchy’s new wig, and security chief Willy Clubb reads the gang’s fan mail.
The gang talks with researcher Dr. Bob Gross as he tries to make some sense of the U.S. Government’s recent disclosure report on UFOs. Also, the story of a pigeon that saved 2,000 Allied soldiers’ lives in World War Two. Plus, the Physics of Buns, why Mack still thinks “ET” is a terrible movie and Switch admits he ate an energy bar for breakfast.
In a special show, the gang recounts bizarre UFO incidents that involved the police. Also, the winners for the 2nd World War Two trivia contest are announced. Plus, ghoulish secrets of the NYPD and details about Raven’s award-winning Halloween costume. Special Guest: NYPD veteran, Jocko Johnson.
The gang gets together for a special show about sightings of ghosts and angels in times of war. Incidents discussed include a World War Two era radio that still broadcasts news from the front, ghost planes spotted flying over Great Britain, an account of a giant angel preventing Japanese warplanes from bombing an undefended town and reports of ghosts haunting US troops in Afghanistan. Special guest: Willy Clubb.
Cobra sits in for Mack with a shoyw full of military techniques and anecdotes. UFO researcher Mary Joyce discusses NASA "whistle blowers.” Switchblade Steve Ward talks about the upcoming Mothman Convention in Point Pleasant, West Virginia. Special guests, Empath Valerie Lofaso and musician Matt Malley.
The gang welcomes two special guests: WW2 researcher Tony Cisneros talks about The Lost Heroes of St Vith and UFO Grandmaster Norio Hayakawa explains why people want to believe 50,000 ETs are living in a mountain in New Mexico. Also, Raven gives a bun update and show security chief Willy Clubb reveals some unusual perks of his job.
In a very special broadcast, the gang welcomes five Canadian super- fans to the show with unpredictable results. Topics include Canadian Lake Monsters, the Shag Harbour UFO incident, Top 10 Reasons why it’s Cool to be Canadian, the allure of ketchup potato chips and why cops in Canada still ride horses.