BoA’s spring session concludes with special guest Jeremy Vaeni for a conversation about his new book I Am To Tell You This And I Am To Tell You It Is Fiction and his Living Mystery Symposium which will be held the weekend of June 4th and is a free online presentation. During the episode we discuss consciousness, if it is […]Learn more. . .
BoA’s spring session continues as we welcome Greg Newkirk for a conversation about Hellier, the Traveling Museum of the Paranormal and Occult, and the world of the paranormal. We find out how he and Dana, who frequently travel all over the country for events, dealt with the last year in quarantine, the staggering popularity of Hellier, paranormal media in general, […]Learn more. . .
BoA’s spring session continues as we welcome Mark Sargent for another conversation about the Flat Earth theory. We discuss the passing of daredevil and purported Flat Earther ‘Mad’ Mike Hughes, how the pandemic impacted the Flat Earth research community, Q-Anon, conspiracy theories in general, reality TV and the media, and, of course, tons more.
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BoA’s spring session continues as we welcome author and podcaster Aaron Gulyas for a conversation about flying saucer lore and the colorful characters who inhabited UFO World in the past. Among the specific topics covered during the program as Aaron’s reflections on the evolution of his excellent podcast The Saucer Life, 80s UFO figure Bill English, how people disappear from […]Learn more. . .
BoA’s spring session continues as we welcome author and blogger Jack Brewer for a conversation about UFO studies both past and present, healthy skepticism when it comes to flying saucers, and the difficulty in discerning truth in the hall of funhouse mirrors that is ufology. Over the course of the program, we also muse about the politicization of UFO disclosure […]Learn more. . .
BoA’s spring session continues as we welcome author and humorist Jason Offutt to talk about his new-ish book So You Had to Build a Time Machine. Over the course of this freewheeling conversation, we discuss Jason’s fiction-writing process and the nature of time travel, including paradoxes, John Titor, and the tale of Father Ernetti’s Chronovisor. We also delve into how […]Learn more. . .