As is tradition, I’ll be on a sojourn to Canada from 8/9 to 8/19 or so and, as such, BoA:Audio won’t be back until the 22nd of August.
I didn’t plan to go to Canada right when World War III was seemingly about to erupt, but I’m sure glad it worked out that way.
You can follow my adventures, including my visit […]Learn more. . .
Delving into one of the more fascinating subcultures in esoterica today, BoA:Audio welcomes author Walter Bosley for a no-holds-barred look at the conspiracy theory and those who research it.
Walter details how there is a proverbial fight for the soul of SSP research going on right now as the community is divided between serious-minded researchers and alleged ‘whistleblowers,’ who are weirdly […]Learn more. . .
BoA:Audio deconstructs the world of UFO research with Jack Brewer, author of the outstanding book The Greys Were Framed.
Over the course of this marathon conversation, we cover an astounding array of issues facing ufology that go beyond simply whether or not the ETH holds water.
Among the topics discussed are the challenges of producing ‘serious’ UFO content in a world where […]Learn more. . .
Seasoned paranormal researchers Chris Balzano and Tim Weisberg return to BoA:Audio for a fourth-wall-smashing conversation which goes beyond spooky stories and, instead, centers on trends and developments in the overall field of ghost hunting and the paranormal in general.
Among the topics discussed are the ‘breakout’ nature of both the Bridgewater Triangles & pukwudgies from regional New England tales to stories […]Learn more. . .
BoA:Audio gets political, specifically parapolitical, as we welcome legendary conspiracy researcher and writer Kenn Thomas for a discussion on his new book Trumpocalypse Now!
This incredibly freewheeling conversation examines how the 2016 election seemed to usher in a new era in the conspiracy theory genre with any number of idea number of ideas getting mainstream attention when, previously, they be […]Learn more. . .
Tina Sena, a Binnall of America contributor, blogger and Goddess Warrior of Fortean things, recently commented on her Facebook page about women and UFOlogy. In her remarks, she wrote that she had hoped, years ago, that dialogues would open up among female UFO explorers. But nothing much happened. Disappointed, Tina feels like giving up. This is from her Facebook post […]Learn more. . .