Episode 43: A Hellish UFO Abduction Encounter with Terry Lovelace

Apple Link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/a-hellish-ufo-abduction-encounter-with-terry-lovelace/id1243344846?i=1000458368814

Episode 43: On this episode, Terry Lovelace joins me to recount his hellish UFO Abduction Encounter in 1977 while a he and a friend of his were camping in Devlis Den State Park, famously known as “the Incident at Devils Den.” Terry also recounts an earlier sighting he and his Friend Toby had with a UFO hovering over a missile silo at Whiteman AFB, MO. Terry still has recurring nightmares over the incident and his abductors also left an implant in his leg that the doctors could not explain, as there was no entrance scar. Terry’s story also makes you wonder whether or not the government may have some knowledge, or even involvement in the alien abductions.

You can find Terry’s book on his website at, terrylovelace.com, or at Amazon.com.

Music by: Sergey Cheremisinov

Episode 38: The Deadly & Harmful Aspects of UFOs with Rob Shelsky

Episode Link: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-deadly-harmful-aspects-of-ufos-with-rob-shelsky/id1243344846?i=1000449860752
Episode 38: On this episode, Rob Shelsky returns to the show to talk about his research and views into the UFO phenomena and how he believes that Aliens are not our space brothers and that they seem to have hostile intentions toward us. He cites some cases he has researched, where people have been killed or badly injured due to UFOs and the crude and inhumane manner in which they have dealt with people while they are abducted. Rob also talked about all the people that go missing in areas where UFOs have been spotted. He also talked about the possibility that alien implants could be tracking devices, or even worse, some sort of control device, where victims could act as sleeper soldiers for the Aliens. We also discussed recent UFO developments and the liklehood of official government disclosure.

Rob Shelsky’s Website: https://robshelsky.blogspot.com

Music By: Sergey Cheremisinov