In a highly requested re-broadcast, Mack, Juan-Juan and Commander Cobra talk to Iraqi War veterans Luke Hartmetz and Mellanie Ramsey about their tours of duty. Cobra tells of his own experiences flying over The Sandbox. The gang remembers the famous Doolittle Raid. Navy pilot/stand-up comedian Mitch Stinson calls in to bring the funny. Special in-studio guest: Agent X.
Mack, Juan-Juan and Commander Cobra talk with RAF expert Ross Sharp about Russia’s latest secret weapons. Researcher Christopher O’Brien on the high strangeness of the San Luis Valley. Switchblade Steve with another classic story from the Fringe. Also, “Ten Questions for Juan-Juan,” with special guest, Dr. Lira.
Mack, Juan-Juan and Commander Cobra discuss the US Navy’s Aerial Demonstration Team and how they do what they do. Also, remembering Art Bell. An update on Switchblade Steve’s rising celebrity status. Special guest: Voice of Boston Radio personality Jeff Lawrence.
In a very special broadcast, Commander Cobra joins Mack and Juan-Juan while flying a test mission for a defense contractor, 10,500 feet above the Atlantic. Guests include “The Dairy Queen UFO Guy” aka Larry Simpson talking about his infamous UFO encounter. Switchblade Steve on the recent Monster Bash convention; Emily M on the ghosts of the Little Big Horn. Also featured, “Ten More Questions for Juan-Juan,” and a special segment from the MMMX-Files archive.
Mack, Juan-Juan and Commander Cobra talk with LAPD investigator Paul Bishop about recent claims that the killing of bin Laden didn’t go as the American public was told. Also, Cindy Bailey Dove’s Drone Report, Dribbles the Psychic Clown, a discussion of about the dark side of the Moon, Switch’s retirement day and also “Ten Questions for Juan-Juan” with Emily M.
Mack, Juan-Juan and Commander Cobra talk to Professor Erick Williams about Electronic Voice Analysis and whether the voices of the dead can be captured on tape. Switchblade Steve on UFO commentator Otto Binder who also wrote stories for DC Comics, including Justice League of America. Emily M on seeing ghosts at Gettysburg. Cobra champions a veterans' motorcycle group, plus "10 More Questions for Juan-Juan."
Mack, Juan-Juan and Commander Cobra talk to RAF-insider Ross Sharp about the location of the UK’s Area 51. Also, did a super-secret Aurora spy plane crash in England in 1994? Plus, Switchblade Steve Ward on a UFO course once given to cadets at the US Air Force Academy and “10 MORE Questions for Juan-Juan” starring national correspondent, Emily M.
Mack, Juan-Juan and Commander Cobra talk to UFO researcher Paul Eno about evidence that people who have undergone exorcisms also report a high number of UFO sightings. Also, Switchblade Steve on Trevor Constable, a man who thought UFOs might be amoeba-like creatures living in our atmosphere. Show security chief Willy Clubb reads a disturbing fan letter sent to Mack. Plus, Ten More Questions for Juan-Juan. Special guests: Famous DJ Jeff Lawrence, Pistol Pete Falconi and national correspondent, Emily M.
Mack, Juan-Juan and Cobra talk to Bob Jamison, whose father worked for the OSS during World War Two spiriting German scientists out of Europe and saving them from the Russians. Chuck Stansburge on his recent trip through the galaxy with his alien friends. Rock musician Carmen Sclafani calls in to talk about his latest album. Switchblade Steve on just how freaky the Nazis were; Emily M on Hitler’s obsession with cupcakes.
Mack, Juan-Juan and Commander Cobra look into the bizarre story of a French submarine, filled with gold, that went missing in the Bermuda Triangle. Also, War Is Boring's Rob Beckhusen reports on the U.S. Navy's new controversial warship. Commander Cobra on a reported UFO dogfight above the U.K. Special Guest: Navy carrier pilot turned comedian, Mitch Stinson.
“Now We Know What Washington Would Do If They Found a UFO” -- Mack, Juan-Juan and Cobra discuss a startling revelation made by one of the show's intelligence contacts. Also, Rob Beckhusen on Who Let The Dogs Out in Dallas; Switchblade Steve on the classic Wales UFO flap. Plus, a Cobra vs Juan-Juan feud erupts.
Mack, Juan-Juan and Switchblade Steve discuss one of the most baffling military X-Files of World War Two: the Nazi's "unbreakable" Enigma coding machine. Also, the horrors of insurance companies, plus "Ten Questions for Juan-Juan," featuring Emily M.