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Somewhere in the Skies is a weekly podcast dedicated to discussing UFOs, the paranormal, and just plain weird. Hosted by author and UFO journalist, Ryan Sprague, the show features current UFO events from around the world, audio docs, and special guests. Join Ryan as he asks new questions, and perhaps even finds some answers to the mysteries that lay somewhere in the skies. New episodes every Monday. Learn more at www.somewhereintheskies.com

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    • 4.9, 21 Ratings

Somewhere in the Skies is a weekly podcast dedicated to discussing UFOs, the paranormal, and just plain weird. Hosted by author and UFO journalist, Ryan Sprague, the show features current UFO events from around the world, audio docs, and special guests. Join Ryan as he asks new questions, and perhaps even finds some answers to the mysteries that lay somewhere in the skies. New episodes every Monday. Learn more at www.somewhereintheskies.com

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

Malp81 ,

A great podcast on the genre.

Love the show and look forward to each new episode every week. One thing though. Maybe stop calling people saucer heads? Also it’s kind of like each new episode is like waiting to hear who Ryan is going to suck up to and pump the tyres up of this week. There’s definitely no debate or disagreement here. It’s still a fun listen usually though.

Rob Jenkins Photo ,

Could have been so much better...

Ryan hosts a good podcast that could be so much better. Unfortunately it suffers from the same problems that some others do and that is an attitude that the UFO community often argues among themselves rather then working together. Take a listen to the 8 July podcast where Ryan and his guest start talking about the To The Stars Academy and start to "vent" due to them feeling that TTSA should involve the community more in their work. Well that's going to be difficult Ryan - there's thousands of people in the community and I"m sure that everyone would love to have more exposure, more influence - but that's not realistic.

Today UFO's are starting to be more accepted starting with the NY Times article that talked about the Pentagon, combat pilot video footage and insiders walking away from their jobs to tell the truth about what's going on - remembering that some insiders have signed security documents that would likely see them locked up should they reveal what they really know. So why not get behind them without the usual "but ..." added to the conversation - as in I respect TTSA but...

It's 2019, and at last the X-Files theme isn't played every time a TV news report talks about UFOs, so rather then putting others down, try lifting them up so the community has a voice, not an ongoing argument about who's doing what.

C-37+ ,

Some where in the sky’s

Awesomely brilliant thank you Ryan

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and the JCJohnston report big foot and ufo dogman
shoulder weapons ,down Mexico way

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