Our Strange Skies is a biweekly podcast that delves into the stories of ordinary people encountering the "unidentified" in their backyards and beyond. This time I'm joined by Brian Hastie (https://twitter.com/BrianHastie) from Double Density (https://www.doubledensity.net/) and The Coda: A Music Podcast (https://thecoda.fireside.fm/episodes) , Chris Cogswell (https://twitter.com/MadScientistPod) of the Mad Scientist Podcast (https://www.spreaker.com/show/the-mad-scientist-podcast) , and Spencer Wirth-Davis (https://twitter.com/BigCatsBeats) of the What If? If you would like to contribute to the Native American Community Response Fund you can do so here (https://www.grapevine.org/c/3y6hD5/Liberated-Capital-A-Decolonizing-Wealth-Fund/home) ! Podcast (http://whatifpodcast.com/) to roast the 2009 pile of dumpsters, The Fourth Kind (https://www.imdb.com/title/tt1220198/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0) . Earlier that day deputy Goode had sustained an injury to his index finger from his pet alligator. Podcasts far and wide have covered the topic ever since, and there has even been new information to emerge 40 years later. As above, so below is a phrase that has carried on through generations. This case is one that has lived in obscurity since it was first written about. It’s a phrase that traces itself to the founding of Hermeticism. Each episode explores the UFOs and otherworldly beings that inhabit UFO subculture, and looks at what's left once you remove skepticism and belief. ‎Our Strange Skies is a biweekly podcast that delves into the stories of ordinary people encountering the "unidentified" in their backyards and beyond. Show notes (https://www.ourstrangeskies.com/19-blue-diamond-road), On this special bonus episode, I welcome author Daniel Kraus (http://www.danielkraus.com/) onto the podcast to talk about his latest novel, Bent Heavens (http://www.danielkraus.com/books/bent-heavens/) , a YA horror novel about a pair of teens that capture an alien in a trap. The residents would name this UFO, Charlie Red Star, and would characterize the UFO as one that made "beer runs." Each episode explores the UFOs and otherworldly beings that inhabit UFO subculture, and looks at … EWe're back with another Metldown. This week, The Our Strange Skies Podcast veers away from UFOs to discuss the ill fated journey of five men, who never came home. What ensued was a large manhunt, and one of the best investigated UFO cases of all time. In the late 70s, one family from South Middleton, Massachusetts went through a series of experiences involving strange “prowlers” creeping around their property, a UFO that sat on their property for a few days, grey-like aliens, and poltergeist activity. Many of Manitoba's residents would claim to see Charlie numerous times. It looked to have a fuselage on one side, and looked like a giant set of wings without a fuselage. He would have encounters with pilots, with RCMP officers. Spencer roasts a blind girl, Brian goes off on the fact that there are too many sources the film uses to try to add validity to it, and Chris points to the fact that this damn film may have led to Ancient Aliens being a thing in popular cu... 17 - The Falcon Lake Incident with Brian and Angelo from Double Density. The mystery of the Yuba County Five, or the boys as their parents called them: Tim Weiher, Jack Madruga, Bill Sterling, Jackie Hewitt and Gary Mathias was forgotten about for nearly 40 years, until the story was posted on Reddit in 2017 on the Unresolved Mysteries subreddit. Some would camp out and watch the strange red objects fly over their skies and down into Minnesota. If you would like to contribute to the Native American Community Response Fund you can do so here (https://www.grapevine.org/c/3y6hD5/Liberated-Capital-A-Decolonizing-Wealth-Fund/home) ! Its untouched wilderness is beautiful to behold, and it offers up some of the best hunting and fishing in the world. On the second day into the trip, he would have a remarkable on a dirt road with a pair of alien beings. Add to My Podcasts. Bonus and ad-free content available with Stitcher Premium. This time I'm joined by Brian Hastie (https://twitter.com/BrianHastie) from Double Density (https://www.doubledensity.net/) and The Coda: A Music Podcast (https://thecoda.fireside.fm/episodes) , Chris Cogswell (https://twitter.com/MadScientistPod) of the Mad Scientist Podcast (https://www.spreaker.com/show/the-mad-scientist-podcast) , and Spencer Wirth-Davis (https://twitter.com/BigCatsBeats) of the What If? It ended when the UFO expelled hot gas, causing the miner to catch fire. Minutes after the encounter, the wound was miraculously healed. On this episode of the Our Strange Skies podcast, we examine the life of the Adirondacks’ most famous hermit, Noah John Rondeau. I'm joined by Amber (https://twitter.com/AmberRae1992) & Andrew (https://twitter.com/AndrewMckay100) from the Into the Portal (https://www.intotheportal.com/) podcast to discuss one of the least talked about UFO flaps of all time, Charlie Red Star! In September of 1987, a man using the pseudonym "Kevin" set out for the woods on a three day hunting a fishing trip. The boys talk briefly about Brian Wilson's lost rap album, what the movie did wrong (P.S. Show notes (https://www.ourstrangeskies.com/22-the-south-middleton-humanoids-with-marc-and-rob-from-the-cryptonaut-podcast), 21 - Charlie Red Star with Amber & Andrew from Into the Portal, In 1975, over the skies of southern Manitoba, a quaint UFO would begin to make regular appearances that would last for nearly two years. Refresh episodes. Our Strange Skies is a biweekly podcast that delves into the stories of ordinary people encountering the "unidentified" in their backyards and beyond. Our apologies. it's most things), from the shitty plot, to the lack of character depth. UFO literature is full of cases like these. We're back with another Metldown. Show notes (https://www.ourstrangeskies.com/22-the-south-middleton-humanoids-with-marc-and-rob-from-the-cryptonaut-podcast). 22 - The South Middleton Humanoids with Marc and Rob from the Cryptonaut Podcast, EFor every UFO sighting reported, how many many go unreported? I stumbled upon it while perusing old issues of Flying Saucer Review, and I felt like I couldn’t cover it alone… so I asked my buddies, Marc Storrs and Rob Morphy from the Cryptonaut podcast (https://cryptonautpodcast.com/) to give me a hand. Bummer! it's most things), from the shitty plot, to the lack of character depth. Some would camp out and watch the strange red objects fly over their skies and down into Minnesota. I'm joined by Amber (https://twitter.com/AmberRae1992) & Andrew (https://twitter.com/AndrewMckay100) from the Into the Portal (https://www.intotheportal.com/) podcast to discuss one of the least talked about UFO flaps of all time, Charlie Red Star! It was an ordinary evening when Deputy Sheriff William E. McCoy, and patrol deputy Robert Goode were on routine patrol in Brazoria county, Texas. I stumbled upon it while perusing old issues of Flying Saucer Review, and I felt like I couldn’t cover it alone… so I asked my buddies, Marc Storrs and Rob Morphy from the Cryptonaut podcast (https://cryptonautpodcast.com/) to give me a hand. In this episode we delve into the timelin... Johnny Sands moved from Nashville to Las Vegas, Nevada in order to jump start his country music career. © Stitcher 2019, all content is copyright of its owners. Sources: A Not Too Greatly Changed Eden: The Story of the Philosophers’ Camp in the Adirondacks by James Schlett. In the late 70s, one family from South Middleton, Massachusetts went through a series of experiences involving strange “prowlers” creeping around their property, a UFO that sat on their property for a few days, grey-like aliens, and poltergeist activity. But the heart of the mystery still remains where it has always been: in the questions that still need answering. Those words can be found on the Emerald Tablet, a document that purportedly reveals the secrets of how to make the philosopher’s stone. We can't seem to find the show you're looking for. As above, so below. For free. Sorry, something went wrong at our end, please try again later. Special thanks to Doug Irving for the use of his song “Noah John Rondeau ” in this episode.