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123 minutes | 3 days ago
Untold Radio AM: Chuck Zukowski – Former Deputy Sherriff Pursues UFO and Cattle Mutilation Cases
Chuck Zukowski an IC Mask Design Engineer and former Reserve Deputy in Colorado, has been researching and investigating UFOs for over 30 years.Now with his son Daniel Zukowski and investigator Heather Taddy, he is pursuing cases that authorities ignore, finding evidence that others have missed, listening to witnesses that are otherwise afraid to come forward, and searching for definitive proof of UFOs and Paranormal events. His website http://www.ufonut.com/
120 minutes | 10 days ago
Untold Told Radio: Bill Powers - Design and Development Outdoor, Self-contained, Battery Operated, Covert Surveillance Cameras
William specializes in the design and development outdoor, self-contained, battery operated, covert surveillance cameras and live streaming video systems. These systems are designed for long-term use to monitor remote sites without power or wired Internet. He has over 35 years’ experience in electronic and software design and specializes in the design of wireless covert unattended video surveillance systems and sensor detection technology.William has worked with many local, state, and federal agencies to design custom covert camera systems for remote surveillance applications. These agencies include but are not limited to the US Border Patrol, Homeland Security, Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms (AFT), US Military, National Parks Service, and many State and Local Police Agencies. William has also worked with the following wildlife agencies: Wildlife Federation (WWF), Animal Planet, The Discovery Channel, and National Geographic. In 2017 our cameras were used in the first live wildlife production titled "Earth Live" by NatGeo hosted by Jane Lynch and Phil Keoghan.William founded PixController, Inc. in 2003 designing motion-activated outdoor/remote camera system products and sold the company to CSE Corporation in 2017. PixController, Inc. was started with the idea "how to capturing wildlife photos/movies" using unattended cameras with a line of multi-purpose motion-based controller products for animal scouting and wildlife research.Today this type of technology is ever present in hunting stores and catalogs selling inexpensive "digital trail cameras", but at that time the only commercial systems available were 35mm based, and were very expensive. At that time this type of technology was out of the reach of most consumers to purchase.At the close of first year in business, with several thousand controller boards in the field worldwide, PixController attracted the attention of a local hunting distributor, Penn's Woods Products. In 2002 PixController, Inc. designed a digital trail camera for Penn's Woods Products called the "Digital-Scout". This camera was sold through large distributors such as Cabela's. Later in 2004 PixController, Inc. developed the Video-Scout, a Sony camcorder trail camera for Penn's Woods Products which was also sold by Cabela's.PixController turned its sights on being the first company to release a wireless cellular transmitted digital trail camera, the CellularEye™. The CellularEye™ incorporated a custom designed set of electronics that captured photo and email it to the user upon motion detection.PixController, Inc. will release another first, the DVREye™, which will be the first "Digital Video Recorder" game camera on the market. This video recording unit features a unique full color by day footage and stealth IR footage at night recording mode. The DVREye camera system captured the two largest wildlife discoveries ever. In 2007 our video system enabled researchers from WWF-Malaysia to capture the first ever Sumatran Rhino on video. Then in 2008 researchers from WWF-Indonesia capered a rare Javan Rhino on video. Both discoveries made international news and were broadcast on all of the major US television networks. PixController, Inc. also designed custom remote HD camera controllers which enabled Dave Sirak, news operations manager WFTV Television of Orlando, FL to capture the first ever NASA Space Shuttle launches in HD. The NASA HD camera project was nominated for an Emmy for "Technical Achievement" in 2008. PixController camera system has also been featured in the History Channels hit series MonsterQuest.On October of 2009 PixController, Inc. was contacted by TV producers Ping Pong Productions from LA about being involved with a new series for Animal Planet. This would involve an on-camera role and require us to travel to several of the filming locations. In June of 2010 the series was approved by Animal Planet, and William flew to Prince of Whales Island in Alaska for two weeks to film the pilot episode of the new series "Finding Bigfoot". Powers setup some 30 cameras be brought along which included the Raptor Cellular system, DVREye video system, and DigitalEye still photo system. In February of 2011 Animal Planet approved a 6-part series. Powers flew to the first two locations in NC and GA for filming. The PixController cameras were used to search for evidence of Bigfoot in the series.PixController, Inc. began developing wildlife webcam technologies and began streaming their first wildlife webcam in 2004. In 2007 this webcam was selected by EarthCam as a winner of the 2007 “25 Most Interesting Webcam” award. However, in 2010 PixController, Inc. was contacted by Doug Hajicek, producer of the “MonsterQuest” series with a project lead by Dr. Lynn Rogers from the North American Bear Center in Ely, MN to help design a camera system for live streaming a black bear den.For the first time ever the entire world will have access to a streaming live webcam feed from inside the den of a wild hibernating female black bear named Lily. Located near Ely, MN, PixController, Inc. set up a streaming camera system inside the black bear den and a pan-tilt-zoom camera outside the den. The system streams the audio and video feed via an Internet connection for all to see.On January 25, 2010 Lily gave birth to a female cub named Hope with over 50,000 people viewing the birth live. Dr Lynn Rogers, who is known as the "Bearwalker of the Northwoods," has known Lily since she was born in January 2007. Dr Rogers, who monitored every moment of Lily's 21-hour labor with colleague Sue Mansfield, said: "We were seeing stuff we've never seen before. It was like she was having some contractions that were out of control." The story was featured twice on the popular NBC Today morning show and was published in newspapers all over the world.Then in 2014 PixController, Inc. received the Audubon Society James H. Hardie Award for outstanding environmental stewardship. The almost 3.4 million views of a webcam trained on the bald eagle nest in Pittsburgh's Hays neighborhood netted PixController, Inc. an environmental award from the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania. The video camera captured the successful hatching, raising and fledging of three eaglets this summer to a rapt audience of watchers from schoolchildren to senior citizen centers. “Honoring PixController was an obvious choice for us this year,” said Jim Bonner, executive director of the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania. “The webcam was responsible for more people watching nature in the region than anything else this year,” Bonner said.In 2017 William formed PixCam, an educational non-profit, for the sole purpose of using his webcam technologies to connect people with nature. PixCams live streams a large variety of wildlife webcams used as educational tools by teachers and enjoyed by many casual observers.Finally, in 2019 William co-founded PIOTech, Inc. and co-developed a hardware based live streaming encoder product called the EZ Streamer. The EZ Streamer is the first hardware encoder product designed for the purpose of using standard commercial IP cameras to stream to services such as YouTube or Facebook Live. Currently all of the PixCams webcams used the EZ Streamer product. ShareShare on Facebook TweetTweet on Twitter Pin itPin on Pinterest
122 minutes | 17 days ago
Untold Radio AM - Author and Researcher, Christopher Noël Discusses "The Mind of the Sasquatch"
Author and Researcher, Christopher Noël Discusses "The Mind of the Sasquatch" and how he came to his amazing theories about what makes a Sasquatch behave like a Sasquatch.Christopher Noël holds a Master's degree in Philosophy from Yale University and taught for twenty years at the Vermont College of Fine Arts.He is the author of six books about the Sasquatch species, including, most recently, Next of Kin Next Door, Mindspeak, and A Field Guide to Sasquatch Structures. Noël lives with his daughter in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom and can be contacted at NextofKinNextDoor@gmail.com
120 minutes | 24 days ago
Untold Told AM: Behind The Paranormal with Paranormal Researcher Paul Eno
Now celebrating 50 years in paranormal research, Paul Eno is one of the world’s most experienced and controversial supernatural adventurers.One of the first ghost investigators of the early 1970s, beginning while he was studying for the priesthood, his theories and methods are now shaking the paranormal world to its core.BEHIND THE PARANORMAL WITH PAUL & BEN ENOWOON 1240 & 99.5 FM Providence/Worcester/Boston.Streaming live on ONWorldwide.com, TUNEIN.com, and the Paranormal Radio App from Talkstream LiveSunday Destination Radio, Noon-1 pm Eastern, 9-10 am Pacific, 5-6 pm UKwww.BehindTheParanormal.comSend questions or comments before or during every show: email@example.comOff-air: Via New River Press/Barking Cat Books (888) 273-1941 (ext. 3)Now available: “Dancing Past the Graveyard: Poltergeists, Parasites, Parallel Worlds, and God,” from Schiffer/Red Feather, August 2019.
120 minutes | a month ago
Untold Radio AM: Lori Schmidt Curator Of The International Wolf Center
Lori Schmidt is the wolf curator at the International Wolf Center in Ely, Minnesota, a position she has held since 1989.Lori received a Natural Resource Technology AAS degree and AA degree from Vermilion Community College in Ely in 1983, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resource Management from the University of Minnesota in 1994, and a Masters in Forestry from Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada in 2000. Since 1990, she has been an instructor at VCC initially in Vermilion’s Environmental Studies department and by 1995, full time in the Natural Resource department teaching in NRT, Fish and Wildlife and Surveying degree programs. She retired from VCC in 2020.In 2019, VCC Foundation Board selected Lori Scmidt as the recipient of the 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award for her outstanding accomplishments and exceptional commitment to the natural resource field.In 2014, Lori received the prestigious Dr. Janet S. Boe Memorial Award from the Minnesota Chapter of the Wildlife Society. According to the Wildlife Society, she was presented the award because, “For over 30 years, Lori has worked tirelessly to coordinate between VCC and other agencies to broaden her students’ professional experience and provide hands-on labor to resource professionals throughout the state.Under Lori’s mentorship, the VCC Wildlife Club has done a substantial amount of work for the Tower/Ely DNR. She coordinates students for semi-annual brush cuts for the MN Sharp-tailed Grouse Society and encourages student attendance at meetings of professional natural resource groups such as the Wildlife Society and Society of American Foresters on a regular basis. Many of her students have been top-notch wildlife management interns and many now work as wildlife staff, foresters, and conservation officers. She has been an excellent instructor, co-worker, and mentor for over 30 years, making a significant difference in natural resource science in Minnesota.”In 2001 and 2002, Lori received the Minnesota Society of American Foresters (SAF) Outstanding Service award for services and support of the State SAF chapter. By October of 2002, Vermilion’s student SAF chapter was founded as an extra-curricular partner to the SAF Accredited Natural Resource Technology program. Lori became a SAF Certified Forester in December of 2002 and served several terms on the National SAF Forest Technology Accreditation Committee as well as the Minnesota State Chair for SAF in 2011. In 2015, she was selected as a SAF Fellow. The Fellow Award is a prestigious recognition of a SAF member for long-standing service to forestry at the local, state, and national level.In addition to maintaining accreditation for the Natural Resource program in Forestry, Lori also sought accreditation for Vermilion’s NRT and Wildlife curriculum through the North American Wildlife Technology Accreditation. She served as the president of that association in 2007-2008.
121 minutes | a month ago
Untold radio AM: North American DogMan with Researcher Joedy Cook
Joedy Cook is a retired US Army and Iraq war Veteran.He is one of the most active Dogman investigators.Originally, he was a member of the Cincinnati UFO research group ASK but realized that his interests were more in the field of cryptozoology.Website Links: www.thriftbooks.com/a/joedy-cook/1879380Joedy Cook's Books:Beginner's Guide to Bigfoot ResearchDogman: Werewolf Encounters in Northeastern AmericaGrassman Ohio's North American ApeMothman CasebookWerewolves Myths and LegendsHistory of the DogmanTraces of the Grassman: The Search for the Ohio Bigfoot
121 minutes | a month ago
Untold Radio AM True Crime and missing people wth John Lordan
John Lordan has been reviewing unsolved mysteries and missing persons cases for over five years on the LordanArts YouTube channel.With more than 23 million views and over 130 thousand subscribers, he's known as one of the most respectful and thorough social media hosts in true crime.His YouTube shows include BrainScratch, Searchlight, Case Cracked, and the podcasts Seriously Mysterious, 3 Men and a Mystery, and Crime After Crime.Website Links: www.LordanArts.comhttps://www.youtube.com/c/LordanARTS
122 minutes | 2 months ago
Untold Radio AM: How Scent Works in Nature with Dr. Greg Bambenek MD
Dr. Greg Bambenek MD is a trained Medical Doctor who is also an Anthropologist, Psychiatrist, Entrepreneur, and a pioneer in the study of Olfactory systems of animals (how animals smell).He is also a fisheries Scientist who is known to most by the name of Dr. Juice. His knowledge of how animals, fish, and humans smell is unsurpassed. Take a "good smelling" ride with us as we learn everything about - Odor, and how all creatures process this amazing molecular cocktail with our senses totally differently.Website Links: Webpage: https://drjuiceusa.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Dr.JuiceUSAInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr.juiceusa/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRplkd9nlww2p2toZq1E6JA ShareShare on Facebook TweetTweet on Twitter Pin itPin on Pinterest
117 minutes | 2 months ago
Untold Radio AM: Bigfoot Nests with Shane Corson
Shane is a native of Scotland and has had an interest in cryptids since his youth. He has been actively investigating since 1997, and in 2008 fate brought him to Oregon, where he dove headfirst into the subject of Bigfoot.His 2011 sighting in the Mt. Hood National Forest served to deepen the passion of his pursuit. Shane has done extensive Bigfoot related research in California, Oregon, and Washington, and spends a tremendous amount of time in the field camping, hiking, and exploring.He is a proud core member of The Olympic Project and a co-host for the Monster X Radio podcast Shane has also been involved in Sasquatch related documentaries and tv programs. Show will premiere on November 25th, 2020. https://bit.ly/3m7nTEx
121 minutes | 2 months ago
Untold Radio AM" Animal Reactions to UFOs with Author and UFO Researcher Linda Zimmermann
Author: Linda Zimmermann is a prominentUFO and paranormal researcher. Linda has authored 30 bookson many mystery topics. She is a popular speaker, has made numerousappearances on television and radio, and has starred in an award-winningdocumentary, based on her book In the Night Sky. She has received honorsand awards for her books on American history, and in 2011 she won the SilverMedal for Humor for "Bad Science" in the Independent Publishers Awards.Linda has lectured at the Smithsonian, West Point, and Gettysburg, as wellas at national conventions, universities, and Mensa events. Astronomy and the space program are also favorite topics for herbooks, articles, and lectures. In addition, Linda has appeared at majorscience fiction conventions and comic cons. Linda also hosts her ownPodcast: UFO Headquarters...the list goes on.
123 minutes | 2 months ago
Untold Radio AM - Dr. Esteban Sarmiento "First Humans"
Esteban Sarmiento is a primatologist and biologist. He is noted for his work in primate anthropology and for appearing on the Monster Quest television series.Sarmiento earned a biological anthropology Ph.D. in 1985, and from then until at least 2008, he worked as a research associate at the American Museum of Natural History.His primary field of study is the skeletons of hominoids, including both extinct and living species. From 2002 to 2004, he was a Fulbright scholar teaching physiology at Eduardo Mondlane University in Mozambique.He heads The Human Evolution Foundation, whose primary goal is to understand humanity’s place in nature.Sarmiento is one of the few mainstream experts to give serious attention to cryptozoology, particularly Bigfoot’s reports.Esteban does not suggest that Bigfoot’s existence has been established, but that its existence is possible and that claims and evidence deserve careful scrutiny. He has stated, “If the animal in the P&G film is real, this animal is exceedingly human like... it would be our closest relative on earth.”
119 minutes | 2 months ago
untold radio AM: Bigfoot Researcher David Ellis "The Sounds Of Bigfoot"
David Ellis was born and currently lives in Washington State. He got his BA degree from the University of Washington in 1974. He is married with children. Now retired, David lives in the Puget Sound area of Washington State.Ellis has followed the Bigfoot Phenomenon since 1963. He took his interest in Bigfoot to the field in 2006. Where he joined the Olympic Project with Derek Randles in 2010. His focus gravitated him towards a documentation focus of study.Later, he learned and taught track casting methods. Ellis also taught himself to record and edit field recordings. This analysis led him to collect hundreds of suspicious audio vocalizations clips.To date, he's reviewed 1,000's of hours of audio using Bio-acoustics methods of analysis.
121 minutes | 3 months ago
Untold Radio AM - The Living Sky with Film Maker and Researcher Scott Deschaine
For over 15 years, author and filmmaker Scott Deschaine has explored andpromoted the hypothesis of - that Earth's atmosphere mayprovide homes to a wide variety of living creatures.His landmark article on the topic called "The Sky is Alive" was featuredin Fortean Times, the world's foremost journal of strange phenomena. Itwas selected by the magazine as one of its top 40 articles for thecelebration of its 40th anniversary.Deschaine helped lead an investigation into the mystery lights of Marfa,Texas for an episode of The Travel Channel's "America Declassified".Using cutting edge technology, the team of researchers found evidencethat the lights may actually be bioluminescence from unknown aerialorganisms.His documentary Not Alone - The Life Above presents the hypothesis ofatmospheric life through historic scientific evidence - actual footageof lifelike objects in Earth's atmosphere recorded during many NASAspace flights. The 2018 International UFO Congress awarded the film itsEBE award for Best Short UFO Film.His new film "The Cohoke Light" presents the results of a year-longfield study of a mystery light in rural eastern Virginia. Numerouswitnesses describe their encounters for the film. Deschaine's crewcaptured stunning footage that shows the Cohoke Light, like many othermystery lights around the planet, may actually be caused bybioluminescent aerial organisms.The hypothesis of atmospheric life has drawn praise from those familiarwith mysteries of the sky. One former NASA engineer and UFO expertcalled it "interesting and well-reasoned". After reviewing the NASAevidence, one pilot and aviation expert said he could think of no otherlogical explanation.Deschaine hopes to encourage the scientific community to explore thepossibilities for life in the sky. He proposes surveying a range ofpotential habitats at all levels of the atmosphere for evidence of life.He predicts that in the very near future, careful study will reveal thatthe Living Sky plays a vital role in our planetary system and inmankind's future.
119 minutes | 3 months ago
Untold Radio AM: Dr. Lynn Rogers - The Man Who Walks with Bears
Dr. Lynn Rogers is known as the Jane Goodall of bears. He is the founder of the North American Bear Center. Link: https://bear.org/ He teaches a yearly black bear field study course for the Wildlife Research Institute. Rogers has become famous for his working methods. He forms trusting relationships with wild black bears, spending 24-hour periods walking and resting with them, initially alerting them to his presence with a call of "It's me bear." He has been the subject of several documentaries, including "The Man who walks with Bears" Produced By Doug Hajicek for Tremendous Entertainment and Animal Planet.For 15 years, Rogers' research has centered on the 200 or so bears between Ely and Tower, Minnesota at Eagle's Nest Township. He has placed video cameras in bears' dens and tracked bears with radio collars.Dr. Lynn Rogers' latest "Bear Cam" captured the first birth of wild bear cubs along with the audio that was shared with a worldwide audience. Lynn will share the UNTOLD stories of his unique out of the box research work with black bears. ShareShare on Facebook TweetTweet on Twitter Pin it Pin on Pinterest
121 minutes | 3 months ago
Untold Radio AM - When Roger Met Patty with Bill Munns
Bill Munns is a genius special effects engineer who has built many movie creaturecostumes,as well as hominid replicas and super-realistic primate models for museumsand movies.He is also a robotics expert, a film and camera expert, with abundanthands-on experiencewith 16mm film and the technologies of the 1960's.. A decade ago he beganhis long journeyto debunk or validate the 1967 Roger Patterson/Gimlin film footage. In theprocess,he assembled the most comprehensive film image archive in the world, notonly of various copies of the PGF but also all related footage filmed by researchers trying toanalyze or replicate the film.This remarkable archive of image data allowed him to determine things noprior researcher could identify.His conclusions are solid and backed by real science. His descriptions ofape suit andcreature costume technology, as it existed in 1967, are meticulous andenlightening.The many paces he has put this footage through Is amazing. No one is betterequipped to explainthe truth of what we see in this remarkable film.On Oct 14th prepare to be blown away by hard facts with the oneand only Bill Munns.Author of the Book "When Roger Met Patty"
122 minutes | 4 months ago
Untold Radio AM: Director of the Institute of Theoretical Science. Dr. Stephen Hsu
On this edition fo Untold Radio AM. We welcome Dr. Stephen Hsu a wide range of fascinating scientific topics are cover with Dr Hsu. This is a truly must hear radio. What if we could genetically profile Bigfoot?! Think of things we could learn about this elusive creature. About Dr. Hsu: Dr. Stephen HsuIn 1995, he became an assistant professor at Yale University before moving to theUniversity of Oregon in 1998, where he became a full professor of theoretical physics and Director of theInstitute of Theoretical Science. Hsu's research has focused on a number areas in particle physics and cosmology , including phasetransitions in the early universe, the ground state of quark matter at high density, black holes and quantum information , minimum length fromquantum gravity , darkenergy, and quantum foundations . Today he works usingArtificial Intelligence and Genomics at the "Genomic Prediction" Lab topredict disease amongst other important human traits for IVF. Listen to anin-depth interview with Stephen HSU, DNA Physicist. Our discussion willcenter around Crypto DNA and advancements that may solve such mysteries inthe future.
120 minutes | 4 months ago
Untold Radio AM Missing 411 with David Paulides
On this first edition of Untold Radio AM we welcome the author of the Missing 411 series of books and movies Dave Paulides. About David: Dave Paulides received his undergraduate and graduate degrees fromthe University of San Francisco, and, has a professional background thatincludes twenty years in law enforcement and senior executive positions inthe technology sector. Mr. Paulides was an invited speaker at the 2012 National Associationof Search and Rescue (NASAR) annual conference in South Lake Tahoe.The presentation was on the findings of the Can Am Project that weredetailed in "Missing 411." The packed room at the Harvey's ConventionCenter heard Mr. Paulides give a detailed overview of the geographicalclusters of missing people and the associated elements found within theclusters. This 6+ year 12000 hour investigation into unexplaineddisappearances in isolated locations is research that anyone who walks in thewoods should read.In 2017, the Missing 411 series made their first documentary titled,“Missing 411.” The documentary stars Survivorman Les Stroud andchronicles the disappearance of young children from National Parks andforests. The success of this first documentary was followed in 2019 with,Missing 411- The Hunted, the story of a series of hunters that vanishedwithout under highly unusual circumstances. This latest documentary hasrecorded over 100 million minutes viewed on Amazon Prime.Since the release of the " Missing 411" series, Mr. Paulides has been aguest on countless radio shows morning television and prime time news. Visit David's website: https://www.canammissing.com/page/page/8396197.htm and visit https://www.youtube.com/user/canammissingproject/videos
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