Befitting what was an epic year, we close out 2016 in historic fashion with our annual Year in Review special featuring the paranormal’s happy warrior Greg Bishop in a special simulcast with his program Radio Misterioso.
Over the course of this marathon conversation, we reflect on the biggest stories in 2016 from a paranormal and parapolitical perspective including, of course, the […]Learn more. . .
The time honored tradition continues as we celebrate the season with the 12th annual BoA:Audio Holiday Special featuring the incomparable Stanton Friedman. This year’s installment features some insights from Stan about his new book Fact, Fiction, and Flying Saucers and we also briefly talk about last month’s epic presidential election and what it might mean for ufology and the world […]Learn more. . .
BoA:Audio celebrates Thanksgiving with our sixth annual Ruxgiving special featuring the incomparable Bruce Rux.
This year’s edition features about 30 minutes of election talk to start the show (so skip ahead if you’re sick of hearing about the election) and then two hours of listener questions and random side tangents.
Among the topics discussed are the esoteric importance of the ‘red, white, […]Learn more. . .
Reading a lot of UFO related books at once: Colin Wilson’s Alien Dawn, a pile of books from Tim Beckley’s Global Communications, Mike Clelland’s The Messengers, and more. All very interesting and so many times! come across little synchronicities and similar encounters. (On the latter; no matter how strange those encounters may be, I find, over and over again, that I either […]Learn more. . .
BoA:Audio, Season IX crosses the finish line featuring an epic conversation with UFO disclosure activist Stephen Bassett. Over the course of this nearly three hour episode, we revisit the possibility for real government UFO disclosure and find out why Stephen thinks it’s more possible than ever before.
He provides an incredible history of the disclosure movement since the 1990′s and explains […]Learn more. . .
It’s the 4th of July, 2016. A day we all celebrate with family, the three colors (red, white & blue), cookouts and a TV Marathon (usually The Twilight Zone), and yet… do any of us really know what Independence Day is about? Do I even know for certain? I mean, I am not going to go into a history lesson […]Learn more. . .