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. . .
In the second of our two Season 8 finale episodes and featuring one of the most requested BoA:Audio guests in recent years, we are joined by groundbreaking researcher David Paulides for a long overdue discussion on his Missing 411 series of books and the unsettling revelations they have produced.
In this breakneck conversation, we delve into the origins of David’s research […]Learn more. . .
BoA:Audio begins the process of closing the book on Season 8 as, in the first part of our dual episode Season Finale, we welcome cryptozoologist Adam Davies and Bigfoot researcher Lori Simmons who, for the first time ever and exclusively on BoA:Audio, reveal the secret Bigfoot expedition, from May of 2013, that was funded by renowned Oxford University geneticist Dr. […]Learn more. . .
In a special ‘bonus’ edition of BoA:Audio, Season 8, we welcome author Brian Tuohy for a discussion on his research into sports conspiracies and scandals.
Over the course of this in-depth conversation, we delve into the shadowy but massive world of sports industry and how the media, organized crime, and the leagues themselves may have a hand in swaying how games […]Learn more. . .
I have a Facebook group called UFOs are Paranormal and Here’s Why. I called it that because I couldn’t think of a better name, but the title gets the idea across. I don’t believe that UFOs are always “paranormal” or, maybe, more to the point, supernatural. (The difference between paranormal and supernatural: former suggest a soon to be realized explanation, […]Learn more. . .