"Untold Radio AM covers, Interesting new science, genomic studies, odd wildlife research, strange disappearances, cryptids, mysteries, life after death, interesting celebrities, UFOs and other unexplained events and occurrences plus whatever topic we feel is UNTOLD.
Untold Radio AM: Bigfoot Nests with Shane Corson
Shane is a native of Scotland and has had an interest in cryptids since his youth. He has been actively investigating since 1997, and in 2008 fate brought him to Oregon, where he dove headfirst into the subject of Bigfoot.
His 2011 sighting in the Mt. Hood National Forest served to deepen the passion of his pursuit. Shane has done extensive Bigfoot related research in California, Oregon, and Washington, and spends a tremendous amount of time in the field camping, hiking, and exploring.
He is a proud core member of The Olympic Project and a co-host for the Monster X Radio podcast Shane has also been involved in Sasquatch related documentaries and tv programs. Show will premiere on November 25th, 2020. https://bit.ly/3m7nTEx
Untold Radio AM" Animal Reactions to UFOs with Author and UFO Researcher Linda Zimmermann
Author: Linda Zimmermann is a prominent
UFO and paranormal researcher. Linda has authored 30 books
on many mystery topics. She is a popular speaker, has made numerous
appearances on television and radio, and has starred in an award-winning
documentary, based on her book In the Night Sky. She has received honors
and awards for her books on American history, and in 2011 she won the Silver
Medal for Humor for "Bad Science" in the Independent Publishers Awards.
Linda has lectured at the Smithsonian, West Point, and Gettysburg, as well
as at national conventions, universities, and Mensa events.
Astronomy and the space program are also favorite topics for her
books, articles, and lectures. In addition, Linda has appeared at major
science fiction conventions and comic cons. Linda also hosts her own
Podcast: UFO Headquarters...the list goes on.
Unknown Radio AM - Dr. Esteban Sarmiento "First Humans"
Esteban Sarmiento is a primatologist and biologist. He is noted for his work in primate anthropology and for appearing on the Monster Quest television series.
Sarmiento earned a biological anthropology Ph.D. in 1985, and from then until at least 2008, he worked as a research associate at the American Museum of Natural History.
His primary field of study is the skeletons of hominoids, including both extinct and living species. From 2002 to 2004, he was a Fulbright scholar teaching physiology at Eduardo Mondlane University in Mozambique.
He heads The Human Evolution Foundation, whose primary goal is to understand humanity’s place in nature.
Sarmiento is one of the few mainstream experts to give serious attention to cryptozoology, particularly Bigfoot’s reports.
Esteban does not suggest that Bigfoot’s existence has been established, but that its existence is possible and that claims and evidence deserve careful scrutiny. He has stated, “If the animal in the P&G film is real, this animal is exceedingly human like... it would be our closest relative on earth.”
untold radio AM: Bigfoot Researcher David Ellis "The Sounds Of Bigfoot"
David Ellis was born and currently lives in Washington State. He got his BA degree from the University of Washington in 1974. He is married with children. Now retired, David lives in the Puget Sound area of Washington State.
Ellis has followed the Bigfoot Phenomenon since 1963. He took his interest in Bigfoot to the field in 2006. Where he joined the Olympic Project with Derek Randles in 2010. His focus gravitated him towards a documentation focus of study.
Later, he learned and taught track casting methods. Ellis also taught himself to record and edit field recordings. This analysis led him to collect hundreds of suspicious audio vocalizations clips.
To date, he's reviewed 1,000's of hours of audio using Bio-acoustics methods of analysis.
Untold Radio AM - The Living Sky with Film Maker and Researcher Scott Deschaine
For over 15 years, author and filmmaker Scott Deschaine has explored and
promoted the hypothesis of - that Earth's atmosphere may
provide homes to a wide variety of living creatures.
His landmark article on the topic called "The Sky is Alive" was featured
in Fortean Times, the world's foremost journal of strange phenomena. It
was selected by the magazine as one of its top 40 articles for the
celebration of its 40th anniversary.
Deschaine helped lead an investigation into the mystery lights of Marfa,
Texas for an episode of The Travel Channel's "America Declassified".
Using cutting edge technology, the team of researchers found evidence
that the lights may actually be bioluminescence from unknown aerial
His documentary Not Alone - The Life Above presents the hypothesis of
atmospheric life through historic scientific evidence - actual footage
of lifelike objects in Earth's atmosphere recorded during many NASA
space flights. The 2018 International UFO Congress awarded the film its
EBE award for Best Short UFO Film.
His new film "The Cohoke Light" presents the results of a year-long
field study of a mystery light in rural eastern Virginia. Numerous
witnesses describe their encounters for the film. Deschaine's crew
captured stunning footage that shows the Cohoke Light, like many other
mystery lights around the planet, may actually be caused by
bioluminescent aerial organisms.
The hypothesis of atmospheric life has drawn praise from those familiar
with mysteries of the sky. One former NASA engineer and UFO expert
called it "interesting and well-reasoned". After reviewing the NASA
evidence, one pilot and aviation expert said he could think of no other
Deschaine hopes to encourage the scientific community to explore the
possibilities for life in the sky. He proposes surveying a range of
potential habitats at all levels of the atmosphere for evidence of life.
He predicts that in the very near future, careful study will reveal that
the Living Sky plays a vital role in our planetary system and in
Untold Radio AM: Dr. Lynn Rogers - The Man Who Walks with Bears
Dr. Lynn Rogers is known as the Jane Goodall of bears. He is the founder of the North American Bear Center. Link: https://bear.org/
He teaches a yearly black bear field study course for the Wildlife Research Institute. Rogers has become famous for his working methods. He forms trusting relationships with wild black bears, spending 24-hour periods walking and resting with them, initially alerting them to his presence with a call of "It's me bear."
He has been the subject of several documentaries, including "The Man who walks with Bears" Produced By Doug Hajicek for Tremendous Entertainment and Animal Planet.
For 15 years, Rogers' research has centered on the 200 or so bears between Ely and Tower, Minnesota at Eagle's Nest Township. He has placed video cameras in bears' dens and tracked bears with radio collars.
Dr. Lynn Rogers' latest "Bear Cam" captured the first birth of wild bear cubs along with the audio that was shared with a worldwide audience. Lynn will share the UNTOLD stories of his unique out of the box research work with black bears.
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