Chris O’Brien – Moving On

Chris was in Los Angeles last week after running video for the Contact In The Desert event over the previous weekend. I gave him a day to recover and then visited him where he was staying at a house on the cliffs with an amazing view of the Pacific Ocean. Since we were there and I had my recorder, I asked Chris if he wanted to talk about some of his new projects.

He announced his official departure from the Paracast program, which he has co-hosted for almost 10 years, as well as “Out There,” his new podcasting and television venture, and his San Luis Valley Camera Project, which will consist of an automated system to record and document unusual lights and other objects in a world-famous hotspot for aerial phenomena.

Chris announced that he has also received an agreement with researcher Ray Stanford to reveal his technical UFO data, ending years of speculation about the nature of the evidence that Stanford has collected, and if he would ever share it publicly.

A short, but rich conversation. Enjoy!


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4 Responses to Chris O’Brien – Moving On

  1. Corvinus says:

    It was interesting to get an update on Chris’ remote camera/sensor node project and the Ray Stanford material both of which i recall hearing about quite some years ago now. As a software engineer and general tinkerer myself I was wondering if he and his partners in that endeavour might consider publishing an API and technical specs for their proposed system so that interested third parties might also contribute with sensor nodes of their own? As for the data itself, I wonder if they have considered applying some machine learning techniques to it in order to tease out potentially interesting patterns?

  2. GJ435 says:

    If they can get the issues of the UFO Newsclipping Service scanned and searchable that will be epic. That was ana amazing resource back in the day- I imagine 90% or more of the cases found in the Newsletter are not available online. All those cases from local papers forgotten. Wish there was a push to get local tv and radio stations to search for paranormal stories they’ve run.

  3. I just finished reading Project Beta. I very much enjoyed it. For my part, I’m satisfied that this entire UFO phenomenon is a counterintelligence and psychological warfare operation.

    I wish the book had included notes, though. Where did the stories of KGB operations come from, for instance? I’d like to read more about that. My research has led me to the sad conclusion that the bad guys won the Cold War.

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