This episode we are first joined by Donald Schmitt who is an author and researcher at the J. Allen Hyneck Center for UFO Studies. He actually wrote one of the most popular books on the Roswell incident in New Mexico, because of this and his hard work investigating, Donald is currently regarded as one of best and most well known researchers of the Roswell incident in the world.
We leap down into the rabbit hole and Don talks to us about how he intitially became interested in the event and how he quickly came to realize something much more massive than a weather balloon incident was going on. We learn how people involved were threatened by unknown men in suits that may have been the legendary Men in Black. We ask him about the race that was likely aboard the craft and if anyone was ever afraid that the same species would come back to enact revenge or collect the crashed ship.
We also cover topics such as the Clinton’s interest in UFO’s, the Government’s black ops projects and we get Don’s opinion on UFO abductions and whether or not he feel the Atomic bomb could have attracted the aliens.
We are then joined by the new producer of the hit show Amy on the Radio. Her name is Sara Smith and he was hand picked by Amy Martin to help take her show to a whole new level of production. Sara has a real genuine interest in science and that is what attracted her to Amy’s show.
We first talk about how her and Amy first met before we get into some of Sara’s past and what it was like growing up. We learn that she used to be a goth in high school much to ours Hosts fascination.
Things then take a turn for the bizarre as we begin to delve into Sara’s interest in Serial Killers. We discuss all the big names from the Green River Killer to Charles Manson to Ted Bundy. We even get into a little bit of the Killer Clown himself John Wayne Gacy. We then take a short break from Serial Killers and everyone discusses the X-Files and what made that show so great.