Kate with Farah Yurdozu live from Turkey

Farah Yur­dozu Turk­ish UFO, para­nor­mal, eso­teric researcher and writer, and author of sev­eral best-selling books in her native land. Flu­ent in Turk­ish, Eng­lish and Span­ish, she ís known on sev­eral con­ti­nents as an author­ity on UFOs, para­nor­mal and the metaphysical.

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Kate with John Hanson: The Haunted Skies


John Han­son: The Haunted Skies project is the brain­child of John Han­son and Dawn Hol­loway, who — for the past fif­teen years — have been col­lect­ing mate­r­ial for a multi-volume ency­clo­pe­dia of British UFOs from 1940 to the present day.

Kate with Malcolm Robinson, UFO and Paranormal researcher


Live from Scot­land Mal­colm Robin­son, a healthy skep­tic turned true believer after research­ing and obtain­ing evi­dence of six remark­able cases from Scot­land, Mal­colm Robin­son will detail evi­dence, accounts and con­jec­ture about inci­dents north of England.

Mal­colm Robin­son Author of UFO Case Files of Scotland.

Kate Valentine talks with Gerard Aartsen


Ger­ard Aart­sen Author of George Adamski – A Her­ald for the Space Broth­ers. He is also the cre­ator of the on-line resource, ‘Our Elder Broth­ers Return’, a his­tory of the Age­less Wis­dom in books (1875 – present). Live from Ams­ter­dam. The phone con­nec­tion starts out rather weak.

Matt Lyons British UFO Research Association


Kate has an over­seas visit from Matt Lyons Chair­man of the British UFO Research Asso­ci­a­tion. BUFORA group.


Warn­ing:
The audio on the phone line was very rough. We processed the sig­nal as best we could but some may fine it hard to hear. The con­tent makes it worth a try.

Viewpoints: UFO researcher and author Ann Druffel


UFO researcher and author Ann Druf­fel dates her inter­est in the UFO ques­tion from 1945 when, as a school­girl, she viewed a bright yel­low­ish object, very high in clear blue skies over Long Beach, Cal­i­for­nia. She and her mother, Aileen Walsh McEl­roy, watched the object as it slowly trav­eled west­erly. After about an hour and one-half, hav­ing trav­eled about 30 degrees from the NNE to the NNW, it then released 15–20 smaller shiny objects, which took vary­ing paths out and away from the main object. Years later, it was deter­mined that this sight­ing occurred at about the same time the first exper­i­men­tal atom bomb was exploded in New Mexico.