NewsI am getting ready for my presentation at the IUFOC this next week, and I'm swamped. I will play a show from 2006 where Mac Tonnies and Paul Kimball were live in the studio talking about how UFOlogy could be changed or improved, then perhaps a rare Bill Moore interview from 2003 for a 4 hour show from 6PM-10PM PST tonight (2/12.) Planning on a live show from the International UFO Conference next Sunday!
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Tag Archives: Adam Gorightly
On September 27, Gorightly was in town for an interview with the MANdate crew. It just happened to be the night of the “Super Blood Moon” eclipse, so we climbed the mountain to Los Angeles’ famous Griffith Observatory for the … Continue reading
Gorightly messaged me a few weeks ago asking if I knew anything about the phenomenon known as the “Missing Fundamental,” which is a strange effect produced by the human hearing system. I said no, but did he want to do … Continue reading
Gorightly was is town for a couple of days and I couldn’t get in the house because it was full of posion gas, so I invited him for a friendly chat on the show. We have known each other for … Continue reading
Gorightly’s back again with a new book based on his custodial ownership of the original holy documents of the Discordian movement. The religion, founded in a Southern California bowling alley in 1957, was the first modern joke disguised as a … Continue reading
On December 30th, we had our old buddy Adam back on for a visit and a little catching up. We started out with Bigfoot, and his/ their apparent talent for language and mimicry. We also talked about expanded awareness that … Continue reading
Gorightly was on a whirlwind mega 2-city tour promoting his upcoming book release Happy Trails to High Weirdness. It’s sort of an autobiography of all the strangeness he’s encountered in a couple decades of writing about UFOs, conspiracies, psychedelics and … Continue reading