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It all started 20 plus years ago, driving home from working a swing shift. I turned on the radio and heard a voice that was electric. It happened during the middle of the segment when the topic was about UFO’s. Next thing I know I’m home. I was pulled into the conversation that I felt like I was with the host and the guest hanging around the water cooler. I would tune into the show nightly until I was moved from swing shift. After that I would tune in from time to time. When Art Bell left the show. Some of the host's fill in were just not the same. Art Bell was able to ask the questions without feeling like he was leaning in any direction. After the Art Bell chapter closed on the show, I would still tune in from time to time. Was it Art or was it the show brand that I loved so much?Fast forward 2020 I was hosting a radio weekend shift at the heritage station in Seattle from 6am to 12pm, When we got rocked with the pandemic I was asked to take a leave from my on air hosting duties till further notice. That's when I came up with the idea to continue with a podcast. My goal was to interview local people and restaurants with a goal to find an amazing place to get good eats. After a couple podcasts during some of the taping it would somehow turn to the paranormal topic. It would spark my interest in what others could learn. It was during an interview with Robert Lang from Lang Studio chatted about the ghosts that sparked me to make the change and rename the show U.S. Phenomenon.

U.S. Phenomenon Mario Magaña

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It all started 20 plus years ago, driving home from working a swing shift. I turned on the radio and heard a voice that was electric. It happened during the middle of the segment when the topic was about UFO’s. Next thing I know I’m home. I was pulled into the conversation that I felt like I was with the host and the guest hanging around the water cooler. I would tune into the show nightly until I was moved from swing shift. After that I would tune in from time to time. When Art Bell left the show. Some of the host's fill in were just not the same. Art Bell was able to ask the questions without feeling like he was leaning in any direction. After the Art Bell chapter closed on the show, I would still tune in from time to time. Was it Art or was it the show brand that I loved so much?Fast forward 2020 I was hosting a radio weekend shift at the heritage station in Seattle from 6am to 12pm, When we got rocked with the pandemic I was asked to take a leave from my on air hosting duties till further notice. That's when I came up with the idea to continue with a podcast. My goal was to interview local people and restaurants with a goal to find an amazing place to get good eats. After a couple podcasts during some of the taping it would somehow turn to the paranormal topic. It would spark my interest in what others could learn. It was during an interview with Robert Lang from Lang Studio chatted about the ghosts that sparked me to make the change and rename the show U.S. Phenomenon.

    What did you Say Brain J The Audio Communicator

    What did you Say Brain J The Audio Communicator

    In this podcast we have the pleasure to chat with a listener with a gift to hear things that most people will not hear. He will share sample of messages most people cant hear. Brian share the tools he uses to  help others. You can visit Brian’s site at https://paradigmshiftkit.com/

    • 47 min
    Owl Moon Lab Project

    Owl Moon Lab Project

    Some of you have had the opportunity to have had the experience at seeing things most of have not. Tobe Johnson  @owlmoonlaboratory chat with us about his book. Things most of will question, but keep you engaged.  Tobe Johnson also has his own podcast www.strangebrauradio.com

    • 53 min
    9-11-2021 Podcast

    9-11-2021 Podcast

    We take a look back on September 11 2001, with our guest Kirby Wilbur who was hosting AM drive radio on 570 KVI.  Tons of stories that you'll never see on TV. 

    • 44 min
    "Full Disclosure Report" Preliminary Assessment: Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Report

    "Full Disclosure Report" Preliminary Assessment: Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Report

    Tonight we go over the full Preliminary Assessment: Unidentified Aerial Phenomena with our guest Michael Parker and Mark Jacobson. Why does the government believe the United States taxpayers buy this report? Mario ask why does this report have a ton of missing information. We check in with Charis Astrology for our weekly "Stars Report," Jay share what you didn't know about the Declaration of Independence, and Quinton Anton gives us our weather report.    

    • 45 min
    Stephanie Shea Keeping Jan Spiller Legacy Alive

    Stephanie Shea Keeping Jan Spiller Legacy Alive

    Stephanie Shea who has been apart of Jan  Spiller Astrology team. The team at Jan Spiller continues to keep Jan legacy alive on her website. Stephanie stop by to share stories about Jan Spiller, and share things they are going on Jan Spiller website. Stephanie was so kind to read a listeners chart. 

    • 46 min
    MUFON James E Clarkson UFO

    MUFON James E Clarkson UFO

    Since the northwest is home to some of the first reports of UFO's from Kenneth Arnold sighting near Mount Rainier. It would only be fitting to have James will give his expertise on Northwest sightings. James has takes a look at the mysteries of ufos. Some of the legendary eyewitness encounters that can be heard on this weeks show. You can find James K Clarkson on this website. (click on his name to check out his website) 

    • 52 min

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