BoA’s Summer of Strangeness continues as we welcome Steve McDaniel and Adam Allen, who detail their Sky Hub project which aims to create a network of UAP sensors around the world. In this comprehensive conversation, we talk about how the project would work, the sensor itself and the technology involved, the machine learning techniques they hope to apply to the […]Learn more. . .
BoA’s Summer of Strangeness continues as we welcome author Kiki Dombrowski for an enlightening conversation about her work as a professional tarot reader. We take a deep dive into the tarot, including how it works, differences between types of decks, the significance of various cards, and we also unravel some of the misconceptions surrounding the practice. We also discuss various […]Learn more. . .
BoA’s Summer of Strangeness continues as we welcome author and paranormal investigator Justin Bamforth for a conversation about his book The Spectrum. We talk about his use of the term ‘the spectrum’ to cover all of the weirdness that encompasses paranormal phenomena, psychic premonitions, crisis apparitions, Justin’s own paranormal investigations, a particularly unsettling haunting case that is featured in his […]Learn more. . .
BoA’s Summer of Strangeness continues as we welcome scientist and podcaster Chris Cogswell. In this fascinating conversation, we talk about his background as a scientist, his ill-fated stint as Head Researcher for MUFON, and the uniqueness of UFO research organizations. We also take a deep dive into ‘alien alloys’ or ‘metamaterials’ and find out how one might go about studying […]Learn more. . .
BoA’s Summer of Strangeness continues with a return to the program by our old friend Jeremy Vaeni. In this freewheeling conversation, we revisit JV’s experiences with ‘the other,’ talk about the alien abduction phenomenon and research field, the current state of the paranormal and ufology, the logistical challenges of disclosure, Q Anon, paranormal podcasting, JV’s bizarre dream about Binnall, and, […]Learn more. . .
BoA’s Summer of Strangeness welcomes ‘Historian of the Strange‘ Robert Schneck for a conversation about his latest research into bizarre accounts from the past including weird deaths, odd crimes, and curious incidents that defy description. We begin by talking about how Robert wound up becoming the Historian of the Strange and his experiences working with local archivists in uncovering details […]Learn more. . .