On this edition of the program, after opening with news in the world of zoology that includes the rediscovery of a species that had been unseen for decades, as well as what science says about the closest living modern relatives to a gigantic “Sasquatch” that lived during the Ice Age, we shift our attention to the anniversary of one of the most important UFO incidents in modern history: the strange case of the Japanese Airlines 1628 incident, where a former fighter pilot and his crew were pursued by a massive unidentified flying object while passing over Alaska. We also touch on incidents involving strange aerial objects observed over U.S. missile launch sites and nuclear facilities, with the recurring theme of government secrecy pertaining to such cases.
Then later in the program we are joined by Tim McMillan, a retired law enforcement officer who presently works as an investigative journalist and freelance writer, whose recent Popular Mechanics piece discussed testimony given my numerous servicemen who were present during the widely discussed USS Nimitz UFO incident of 2004. Here again, some of those witnesses have discussed how information pertaining to the incident was later retrieved by individuals appearing to represent some government agency. We look at the facts surrounding this case, and ask the fundamental question, “what branch of government is collecting data about UFO incidents?”
Below are links to stories featured in this week’s episode:
- ‘Unfriendly’ kangaroo on the loose in North Mississippi county
- Lost Species of Miniature Fanged ‘Mouse Deer’ Rediscovered in Vietnam
- Extinct giant ape directly linked to the living orangutan
- Japanese Airlines JAL1628 (November 17, 1986)
- Failure Shuts Down Squadron of Nuclear Missiles
- What’s Going On In the Skies Over Western Air Bases?
- Popular Mechanics: The Witnesses
- The Nimitz Encounters by Filmmaker Dave Beatty
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