The maestro of Radio Misterioso and longtime friend of the program, Greg Bishop returns to BoA:Audio for our annual look back at the past year in the world of the paranormal. For two hours, we dig into 2014 and share our thoughts on stories a myriad of paranormal news stories of the past twelve months and then spend an additional […]Learn more. . .
Regardless of topic, top ten lists, sometimes the top three, of the category make the rounds at New Year’s. In UFO Land and the realm of the anomalous, we see a collection of the Top Ten Best UFO Sightings, or some related list.
I’m not doing that.
For one thing, I haven’t been paying that much attention. Oh, I mean I have, […]Learn more. . .
BoA:Audio celebrates the holiday season in historic fashion as we welcome the iconic Stanton Friedman for our landmark 10th Annual Holiday Special.
After nine years of shows constituting a stunning 13 hours of material, we opt for an ‘old school’ edition of BoA:Audio akin to the first ever Holiday Special from 2005 and feature a pure ‘jam session’ with Stan for […]Learn more. . .
There is a certain class of Researcher of the Paranormal. The intellectual. The male. The guy with the various, multi-layered blogs, published book (or two) and roundup of ‘-in-the-know’ friends. He’s the one that thinks he can explain about as much about the Physics of UFO’s as the Psychology of Hoaxers. He knows everything. According to him.
I’ve never prided myself […]Learn more. . .
BoA:Audio celebrates Thanksgiving with our annual holiday episode featuring the amazing Bruce Rux. In this year’s installment of Ruxgiving, we cover a veritable cornucopia of esoteric topics via questions submitted by BoA:Audio listeners.
Amongst the realms discussed are how Bruce first got interested in the esoteric, the construction of the pyramids and how it may relate to Coral Castle, Deep Space […]Learn more. . .
In his new book Conspiracy History – A History of the World for Conspiracy Theorists, Andrew May shows how conspiracy theories have been used to explain important political events long before the JFK assassination, going back as far as the time of Ancient Egypt.
ROOM 101: In the first chapter you start by defining the term conspiracy theory; why do you […]Learn more. . .