Greg Bishop

UFO Mystic with Greg Bishop and Nick Redfern

Greg Bishop

Author of the book Project Beta, Los Angeles Radio Host, Excluded Middle Magazine Editor, Project Censored Award Winner, Conspiracy Zone consultant, Regional Representative Centre for Fortean Zoologyfor the Centre for Fortean Zoology, author of numerous magazine articles, digital audio engineer, film production supervisor and paraglider pilot.

Greg’s interests run the gamut of “Alien Writing”, Consciousness, ParaPolitics, UFO Contactees, Remote Viewing, Fortean Phenomena, CryptoZoology and much much more.

His writing and research includes the acclaimed books PROJECT BETA – The Story of Paul Bennewitz, National Security, and the Creation of a Modern UFO Myth, and Weird California.

See Greg’s weekly writing on the UFO subject at UFOmystic.

Articles from Greg’s magazine are at the ExcludedMiddle site. The rest is contained in the anthology Wake Up Down There!


Send your thoughts to greg@radiomisterioso.com


Project Beta Project Beta: The Story of Paul Bennewitz, National Security,  and the Creation of a Modern UFO Myth

A chilling, stranger-than-fiction nightmare about one man’s ruin at the hands of a government bent on concealing the truth.


38 comments on “Greg Bishop

  1. Bill Burt on said:

    Hi Greg,
    A few years back, you did a radio interview on topics about how the material for the 2 bombs built and delivered to the Japanese had possibly come from the German programs. That the US had problems with the workings of the bombs, until we had ended the war in Europe and gotten our hands on these German materials, thus completion of the bombs could be made.
    Do you recall the person you interviewed and are the audios available? I believe there were 2 audios for this interview.

    Bill Burt

  2. Greg-
    Are you planning to do more episodes of Radio Mysterioso?

    • spacebrother23510 on said:

      Yes. I’m doing them live almost every Sunday from 8-10 PM at killradio.org. Still reapairing the site for downloads. Hacker attack last month.

  3. Steve on said:

    Greg –

    Just finished PROJECT BETA last night and lemme tell ya, I thought it was a fantastic book. I learned a lot and it has got to be one of the most underrated book dealing with the UFO mythos.

    I’m a huge fan of Radio Misterioso, and I just want to say thanks for doing the show. It means a lot to your fans.

    Would you ever consider doing a show on Armen Victorian (one of his many names)? I find this character fascinating, and the mini-doc made about him is nearly impossible to find.

    Anyway, keep it up, amigo.

    -Steve

    • Greg on said:

      Steve,
      Thanks for the kind words.

      I’ve talked to people who know Victorian, but the signal-to-noise ratio is so high there that I consider him an interesting personality rather than a good source of info. That doesn’t mean he doesn’t come up with any, but it’s not enough to interest me.

      • steve on said:

        Dude — I took the EXCLUDED MIDDLE ANTHOLOGY with me on a week long a vacation. Easily the best vacation book I’ve ever read. I really wish it was still around, man. Seriously. It’s going to be my new birthday gift to my friends.

        I live in Los Feliz, and if you’d ever be willing to let a fan pick your brain, there would be a delicious lunch of your choosing in it for you.

        Keep up the great work, amigo.

        -Steve

        • Greg on said:

          Steve,

          Thanks for the kind words. I got tired of producing the magazine and it did what I wanted it to, which was got my feet wet in writing about this stuff and interviewing people I wanted to talk to.

          I hope your friends are actually interested in all the strangeness in the book!

          If you write to my email address (greg@radiomisterioso.com) we can meet up for lunch sometime, sure. I actually play golf at the Los Feliz course once in awhile.

          Best,

          Greg

  4. Steve-C on said:

    Greg, I’ve been a devoted listener for about a year now, keep up the great work. you have the best show by far, even better than coast to coast. Any news on when you will be listing any new shows for download?

    thanks, Steve-C.

    • Greg on said:

      Steve,

      If I could host C2C, that would be one of my dream jobs, but I would probably be fired within a week. I will be posting two shows in the next few days. Sorry about the delay in posts and thanks for you patience.

  5. Steve Taylor on said:

    Dear Mr Bishop,

    Saw this and thought of you…..

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_QB2fHG5QZI&feature=relmfu

    Keep up the good work.

    Yours,

    Steve (in the UK)

    PS: I like the sirens and the Plan 9 intro. Does that make me a bad person?

  6. misterloki on said:

    Greg,

    You have likely seen this, but here is a short but interesting piece on the Army’s 300 ft. long spy blimp, the LEMV:

    http://www.theverge.com/2012/8/8/3227818/us-army-lemv-airship-first-flight

    I was reminded of your show “Some UFO Sightings Solved (?)”

    Cheers.

  7. Ray Stanford in the news:

    http://www.businessinsider.com/nodosaur-dinosaur-footprint-nasas-goddard-space-flight-center-ray-stanford-2012-8#-5

    Greg, is your interview with Ira Einhorn available for listening?

  8. I’ve been listening to archived episodes for a few months now, and love them all! I started listening to Art Bell back in the day, and discovered Mysterious Universe and Paranormal Podcast a few years ago. Recenty found Paracast, and they mentioned you (something about only having 47 listeners? well, make it 48). Anyway, I’ve deleted all of the other podcasts from my phone and have loaded up on RM. Just finished the Cora Stanton episode – OMG! What an awesome show :) Crowley, railroads, poison, Arrowhead, ley lines, Hecate, spiritualists; everything I love in one place. I can’t thank you enough for posting all of your shows and staying active. I love the show, the intro, the sirens, the iffy microphones and the healthy skepticism combined with genuine curiosity. Rock on, Greg!

  9. I liked your youtube presentation in Roswell, good recap of the situation. I’m still studying this ufo stuff. Lost your number, keep in touch. The movies you like usually don’t make any money so I know you’ll like this from 1971: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=upblxXgMaQ8

  10. Steve-C on said:

    Greg, we need some new podcasts. I’m starting to go through withdrawals from lack of new Radio Misterioso programs. :)

    thanks, steve c.

  11. Hey Greg, can you interview this guy ? http://www.redicecreations.com/radio3fourteen/2012/R314-120613.php

  12. Steve-C on said:

    Greg, is there anyway you can update us devoted listeners on the show once a week to let us know if there is a live show or who the guest is or if you’re out of town. thank you very much and keep up the great work!

    • Steve,
      I try and keep the “Upcoming Guests!” window at the right side of the page updated. I will rename it “Latest News” or something an try to be more diligent. Sorry about the recent neglect!

  13. Brian R on said:

    Hi Greg,

    I have a question I’d like to ask you about a past Radio Misterioso show, but I’d prefer not to post this question publicly. Nothing weird – it’s about a subject you discussed that I’ve never seen anything written about online or in print before. I tried emailing your radiomisterioso address, but my email couldn’t be delivered. Is there another way I can email you with my question?

    Thanks Greg!

  14. Kevin Barrett on said:

    Hi Greg, I recently read Project Beta and was favorably impressed. Any chance you could join me on my radio show? http://TruthJihadRadio.blogspot.com

    As of now, all 1 to 2 and 2 to 3 pm Pacific MWF slots are open beginning May 3rd.

    Also, if you could spare a review copy of Wake Up Down There I’d be grateful. I’d be happy to reciprocate with one or more of my books.

    Best

    Kevin Barrett
    POB 221
    Lone Rock, WI 53556

    • Sure. I work a normal shift, so it would be difficult to do the show live. Write me back at greg@radiomisterioso.com and we’ll work something out. I don’t have any more copies of Wake Up Down There (except a couple I keep for myself) sorry.

  15. Enzo on said:

    Hi Greg, loved your latest show with A.J. That is great radio. A lot of good insight and amusement going on. I loved the hipster Mothman bit. Great stuff.

    I sure would like to hear him as a regular guest. Keep up the good work.

    Enzo

  16. Enzo on said:

    Hey Greg,

    I just heard a podcast that featured the ‘Trasformation of America’ with the author woman you spoke of. She seemed pretty much normal and friendly. You might want to check it out. It is on a podcast called ‘FreemanTV.com’ and the episode is called ‘Sandyhook and mind control.’

    You might also want to interview this Freeman character. He’s got some very entertaining ideas. Oh, the Transformation woman and Freeman seem to recommend marijuana as a defense against the New World Odor!!!!????

  17. Hi Greg, just like to say that I really enjoy your podcasts – when is the next one due out? Please keep up the great work. All the best, Derek

  18. Lou Sheehan on said:

    I have a complaint! You need to (i) do more new shows and (ii) post more old shows.

    – Lou

  19. Hi Greg,

    Miss hearing new interviews from you. Hope all is well and thanks for making such interesting programs!

  20. Fahrusha on said:

    Hi Greg,
    I have been listening to Radio Misterioso for awhile now through a download on iTunes. I have usually enjoyed it a lot. I must say that I really loved the Humanoids episode with Albert Rosales. I am also enormously entertained by the stories, be they true or not, such as the beige terrycloth banana figures.
    It has occurred to me that these transdimensional beings (if that is what they are) are possibly smarter than us in ways we cannot conceive with our monkey brains and may project to our minds the image that they want us to see, rather than what they actually look like. They may be able to read our minds and use our mammalian evolutionary function of sleep paralysis to control us so we are unable to resist or harm them.
    Am I nuts, maybe. But no more so than most. :-) This is just one hypothesis in my theoretical cosmology.
    Keep up the good work.
    Fahrusha

  21. Bill Burt on said:

    Hi Mr. Bishop,
    Is it possible to get Albert Rosales and Lon Stricker (and his radio cast team) together or separately as interviews. Also arrange a show with Chica Bruce again.
    Thanks Mr. Bishop.

    Bests,
    Bill

  22. Deric Phillips on said:

    Hi! I listen to your podcast pretty regularly, and I’ve also read your wonderful book Project Beta. I’m a big fan of your work and your philosophy concerning paranormal happenings. One thing I’ve heard you suggest on several of your shows is for researchers to make records of contactee/abductee statistics such as blood type.

    There’s a guy named Joe Montaldo who I believe has appeared on Coast to Coast several times and who also hosts his own podcast called UFO Undercover. He is a self-professed abductee and runs an organization called ICAR (International Community for Alien Research). Much of what he states about the “true” nature of alien abductions, agendas, and general “facts” about the various alien species would probably be highly incompatible with your own ideas, but the reason I’m mentioning him is because he claims ICAR has been doing exactly what you suggested about tracking abductee blood types.

    I wish I had a direct link to some kind of article or something where he states some of his group’s findings, but you can look up his podcast if you’d be interested in looking into what he claims to have found. From what I recall from some of his shows, it seems that people with O blood types are by far the most common abductees, with a disproportionate number showing up in South America.

    Keep up the great work!

    Deric

    • Greg on said:

      Thanks for the compliments. I know about Joe. I’ve talked with him in the past. Maybe I can get hm on the show to talk about his work. I don’t completely agree with some of Peter Robbins’ abductee views either, but I will respect and let him air his opinions, because I don’t have his experiences and he seems reasonably balanced and open-minded.

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