Throughout history, accounts of people’s encounters and interactions with “others” have been recorded in folklore from around the world. Do these narratives always convey pure mythology, or do some of these accounts suggest something deeper, which could in some ways even be related to phenomena like UAP?
Joining us this week to discuss this concept is researcher Joshua Cutchin, author of books that include A Trojan Feast, The Brimstone Deceit, and several others that look at the crossover between folklore and Forteana. We also look at how this idea applies to modern UAP research, and a range of other topics on this edition of The Micah Hanks Program.
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