Podcast UFO is place where you can listen to audio podcasts about UFOs, close encounters and people associated with the UFO phenomenon. Witnesses involved in such things as sightings, views on cover-ups and more. Listeners are welcome to interact with guests, visit the website to find out how.
Shows are recorded live on YouTube stream every Tuesday evening, 6:00 to 8:00PM ET.
520. Matthew Szydagis, Keven Knuth, & Gary Voorhis
Guests Matthew Szydagis, Keven Knuth, & Gary Voorhis discuss the non-profit organization taking an approach of collecting UAP/UFO data and analyzing it through scientific means. Discussed certain cases, and opinions of how science should approach this topic, and how the changes have been positive overall.Show Notes
AudioBlog: UFO Trace Evidence in Delphos, Kansas
On December 17, 1969, a press release announced the closing of the Air Force’s UFO investigation, Project Blue Book. Despite this, the UFOs didn’t go away, and once the media stopped focusing on the end of Blue Book, stories of UFO sightings again made the news and graced the pages of many newspapers throughout 1970 and 1971. Toward the end of 1971, there was a case that would become a classic that was looked into by an investigator who would become well known as a specialist in UFO trace cases over the coming years.In the November 5, 1971 Salinas Journal out of Kansas, there is an article (https://files.afu.se/Downloads/Magazines/United%20States/UFO%20Newsclipping%20Service/UFO%20Newsclipping%20Service%20-%201971%2012-1972%2001%20-%20no%2032-33.pdf) (page 4 of link) headlined, “Delphos Youth Surprises UFO.” It is reported in the article that 15-year-old Ronald Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dural Johnson, “was doing his evening chores in the early dark Tuesday night.” This was November 2. He was with his dog, Snowball. Read more → (https://podcastufo.com/ufo-trace-evidence-in-delphos-kansas/#more-3442)
519. Chad & Bob, The Basement Hangout
This week's guest was a no-show. A few days ago I sat in on the Basement Hangout Podcast (https://thebasementhangout.com/) with Chad & Bob, Chad reached out to me when he saw my guest did not show up, and offered the podcast for our listeners. This show is on the lighter side, I hope you enjoy.
AudioBlog: An Ohio UFO Case That Was Left To Die
As far as classic UFO cases go, Ohio may very well have more than any other state. There was the 1966 case where Deputy Sheriff Dale Spaur and his partner chased a UFO from Portage County, Ohio, all the way into Pennsylvania at speeds up to 100 mph. In 1973, there was the Coyne Incident, where four men in the Army Reserve reported an encounter near Mansfield, Ohio, with a UFO that pulled their helicopter, commanded by Lawrence J. Coyne, up from 1,700 feet to 3,500 feet while the controls were set for a descent. In 1994, police in Trumbull County responded to a police dispatcher who said she’d received calls about a UFO from local citizens. Before the night was over, police from five different departments gave chase, and a recording of their radio exchanges with the dispatch was given to researcher Kenny Young, who brought the case to the attention of the UFO community and the world. A 1971 case from Huron County, Ohio, that had multiple witnesses, including police officers, didn’t gain nearly was much notoriety as those above, and one might wonder if it might have been because of the way it was treated by the National Investigations Committee on Aerial Phenomena. The main witness sent a report to NICAP, but NICAP was in the midst of changes that may or not have been overseen by either or both the Air Force and the CIA. Read more → (https://podcastufo.com/an-ohio-ufo-case-that-was-left-to-die/#more-3388)
518. Dr Michael Masters
Karen Brard stops in to talk about the International UFO Congress (see links in show notes) Then guest Dr. Michael Masters discusses the premise that UFOs and Aliens could simply be our distant human descendants, returning from the future to study us in their own hominin evolutionary past. Michael is a returning guest and he will update us on what he has learned in the last three years since he has been our guest.SHOW NOTES
AudioBlog: UFOlogy in China
UFOlogy in China is deeply interwoven with China’s politics. In 1978, China began what is known as “the reform,” which involved China opening up its economy to the West and the lifting of many restrictions. According to the article (https://madeinchinajournal.com/2020/10/19/on-ufology-with-chinese-characteristics-and-the-fate-of-chinese-socialism/) by Malcolm Thompson, “On UFOlogy With Chinese Characteristics and the Fate of Chinese Socialism,” in the May-August 2020 edition of the online journal Made in China, “there was no public UFOlogy in China before the reform period, and Chinese UFOlogy and the reform period began at almost exactly the same time.” According to Thompson, the China UFO Enthusiasts Liaison Office was set up at Wuhan University on September 20, 1979. This became the China UFO Research Association by May 1980 and by the mid-1980s, there were over 40 branch organizations with thousands of members all over the country. As the reform developed and the state’s limits of tolerance were tested, the state approved approach to UFOlogy became science based and strictly non-paranormal. With this limitation in mind, UFOlogists are not only free to investigate but often do so with the government’s help. Read more → (https://podcastufo.com/ufology-in-china/#more-3362)
If you can tolerate the very occasional drifting away from the subject matter you might expect, and stay with it consistently the rewards are very real. Martin’s conversations can get off the rails and stay off them, but even when this happens it’s entertaining and informative.
Not actually objective sometimes. Seems like a spontaneous production without serious intent or direction. I keep coming back giving a chance, but I’m done this time.
Good show but…
I really enjoy your show but the idea that UFOs are actually time travelers is ridiculous to the point of parody. We know other planets exist because we can see them at night. Time travel is science fiction at this point. So it cannot form a rational explanation for something we know exists.