MITD - Guests & Topics - 2/14/17 To 2/17/17

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MITD - Guests & Topics - 2/14/17 To 2/17/17

Post by Riddick » 02-14-2017 01:34 AM

Tue Feb 14 - Steven Starr - Nuclear Weapons

Steven Starr is the Director of the Clinical Laboratory Science Program at the University of Missouri, a Senior Scientist with Physicians for Social Responsibility, and an Associate of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation. He has written extensively on the consequences of nuclear war and his articles have been published by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, the Federation of American Scientists, and appear on the Strategic Arms Reduction website of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology. He has worked as an expert witness on the consequences of nuclear war for Switzerland, New Zealand, and Chile at the United Nations in New York City and Geneva.

Wed Feb 15 - Robert Schneck - The Bye Bye Man

Robert Damon Schneck is a writer and lecturer specializing in strange, obscure, and Fortean, American history. His books include The Bye Bye Man, and the Bram Stoker Award nominated Mrs. Wakeman vs. the Antichrist. He maintains a popular Facebook page, “Historian of the Strange”, and an adaptation of his story, “Bridge to Body Island”, was released as a major Hollywood horror film, “The Bye-Bye Man”, in January 2017.

Thu Feb 16 - Preston Dennett

Preston Dennett began researching UFOs in 1986 after discovering that his family friends and co-workers were having dramatic encounters. He soon became a field investigator for MUFON and began researching his own cases. He has written 20 books and more than 100 articles and has appeared on numerous television shows including Unsealed, Deep Sea UFOs, UFO Hunters and more. He currently resides in southern California.

Fri Feb 17 - Winners of wishing machines!

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