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The show notes here at Libsyn are only a rough draft. For the most refined and complete set of show notes, please go to unseenpodcast.com . Thanks for listening.

Oct 29, 2016

Recorded: 28 Ocotober 2016

Released: 29 October 2016

Duration: 94 minutes, 52 seconds

 

Jack Brewer, blogger and author of The Greys Have Been Framed - Exploitation in the UFO Community, joins host Paul Carr and panelists Marsha Barnhart, Ciro Villa, James Garrison and Roger and Wehbe to talk about a modern variation on things that go bump in the night - alien abductions, as made famous by Betty and Barney and Hill, Bud Hopkins, Whitley Strieber , John Mack, and David Jacobs.

There was a problem with Jack's connection to the YouTube hangout, and he had to re-enter the room several times. Since this is is an unedited podcast, you get to endure that right along with us, but Jack was remarkably persistent.

We also had problems with James' connection, and he had to kind of type in his comments.

Links:

The UFO Trail

Jack Brewer's book The Greys Have Been Framed

MK Ultra

Paratopia: The Emma Woods Tapes

Where you can SAFELY report a UFO experience

Travis: The True Story of Travis Walton

People of Earth

Jack Brewer On Podcast UFO

 

Recommendations:

Marsha Barnhart: HBO's Westworld

James Garrison: Drunks and Dragons

Ciro Villa: Lightyear.fm

Roger Wehbe: Contact

Paul Carr: Adam Ruins Everything (TV shows + podcast)

 

Credits:

Host and Producer: Paul Carr

Special Guest: Jack Brewer

Panelists: Marsha Barnhart, Ciro Villa, James Garrison, Roger Wehbe

 

The Unseen Podcast is distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution/Share Alike 

 

 

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