Author and investigative researcher Keith McCloskey joined George Knapp for a discussion about what happened to the nine well-trained skiers & hikers who lost their lives in the mysterious "Dyatlov Pass Incident," which took place in Russia's northern Ural mountains in 1959 (view related photos). The autopsy reports claimed the victims' violent injuries were due to "an unknown compelling force." Something or someone caused the group to flee from their tent in panic, as they used knives to slash their way out, and headed out into subzero temperatures insufficiently clothed, most of them without shoes. Their bodies were eventually found on a mountain slope known as Kholat Syakhl which translates as "Mountain of the Dead," McCloskey recounted.
Some of the victims had massive internal injuries but no external marks were found on them, "as if they'd been in a car crash but nothing had hit them," he said. McCloskey pondered various theories that have been presented over the years to explain the group's fate. He eliminated some explanations from serious consideration such as an avalanche (location was not at the right angle for that), wild animals (no signs of tracks or bite marks), and robbery gone bad by the local Manzi tribe or escaped Gulag prisoners (valuable items were left in the tent).
He couldn't rule out the possibility of some kind UFO-related cause, as anomalous light orbs were seen in the area on the night of the incident, and there were strange burn marks on trees where the victims were found as though some type of energy beam had focused on them. Perhaps the beams were initially directed at their tent, he suggested. Further, McCloskey uncovered a possibly related episode in 2002, in which a night foreman at a mine, about 100 miles from the Dyatlov Pass, encountered an intensely powerful beam coming toward him in the forest. However, McCloskey thinks the most likely explanation is some type of Soviet military accident shrouded in secrecy-- he noted that the criminal case involving the skiers' deaths was opened a week before their missing bodies were officially found.
In the first half, author, musician, and cryptozoologist from Texas, Lyle Blackburndiscussed his new work on Lizard Man-- South Carolina's "creature from the black lagoon." Many of the sightings took place near swamps around the town of Bishopville, and the humanoid creature was described as around 7 ft. tall with scaly greenish-brown skin, and an alligator-type mouth (see illustrations). Blackburn visited the town of Bishopville to interview witnesses, and concluded that people definitely saw something anomalous.
The most well known sighting of Lizard Man took place at Scape Ore Swamp in the summer of 1988, when teenager Christopher Davis was driving home from work and got a flat tire at the swamp. He saw a large three-fingered creature moving toward him that attacked his car before he was able to drive away. When he reported it to the local sheriff, a national media frenzy began, with major outlets like CBS covering the case. Blackburn noted there's been a kind of 'curse of Lizard Man,' with Davis and other witnesses dying young. In Bishopville, there were three instances where cars were apparently damaged or "mauled" by an unknown animal. There've also been sightings of reptilian-like humanoids in other parts of the country, said Blackburn, such as the New Jersey Gatormen and the Loveland Frog.
In the latter half, leading UK authority on UFOs and the alien presence, Timothy Good, talked about his work documenting contact between aliens and humans from all across the globe, dating back to 1932, including meetings with military personnel and American presidents. The 1932 case involved Leo Dworshak and his brother who claimed to have first encountered a landed flying craft not far from their farm in Killdeer, North Dakota. The boys claimed they were taken on board the alien craft on a number of occasions, and learned the ETs were conducting an "environmental survey" and were concerned about the health of the planet.
He detailed Pres. Eisenhower's alleged three meetings with aliens during 1954-1955, and at one of the meetings, Eisenhower was said to be alarmed when they demonstrated their ability to make their craft invisible. Good also spoke of "leviathans of the skies," enormous flying craft witnessed around the world, including a giant flying triangle seen in Middlesex, UK, as well as a bizarre "flying fairground" seen in 1987 that dwarfed an airliner. He has concluded that a number of different types of ETs are visiting our planet and some of them are based here. They seem to have a vested interest in Earth and some are here for positive purposes, others less so. According to Good's informed sources, some of the aliens are conducting a sinister hybridization program.
In the first half, WND's Washington senior reporter, Michael Maloof, talked about the vulnerability of America's power grid and infrastructures, and how they could be damaged by a solar flare as well as an EMP or cyber attack. The utilities have been fooling themselves in thinking they can handle such events, with today's national power grid drillan example of them remaining in denial, he commented. "But if you have an EMP (electromagnetic pulse) over a wide geographical area, there's no way they're going to be able to control that" and it will certainly take months and years to make repairs, and urban centers could be wiped out, he warned.
Such effects could also be seen from a solar flare if we take a direct hit, he added. NASA estimates if the US takes a direct hit it will cost upwards of $2 trillion in the first year, and 4-10 years to recover, with some 160 million lives affected, he reported. People will basically die of starvation and diseases simply because critical life-sustaining infrastructures depend on the grid to run, he continued. Maloof cited the need for congressional action to fund the strengthening and protection of the grid. The bipartisan EMP Caucus in the House of Representatives is one such step in this direction.
In the latter half, filmmaker and mystic ecologist David Sereda discussed his recent experiments with how human brainwaves correspond to frequencies of the nine planets in our solar system. Essentially, the planets are the power transmitters of these frequencies, and our DNA coils are the receivers, he explained. Sereda said he's developed a tuning technology that enables him to experience quantum communication with the other planets, and star systems such as the Pleiades. This technology has also been able to heal people, and facilitate astral projection, he added.
Sereda described some of his communications with the Jupiter frequency, in which he encountered 8 ft. tall beings who had lightning bolts flashing between their chests. Calculating the electromagnetic frequencies of the Great Pyramid of Egypt, he determined that it was a giant crystal oscillator, which could be used to function like a stargate. For more, check out his video, 'Quantum Pyramid.'