Category Archives: Off the Cuff

Right Wing Conspiracies

I think I will write this out more fully in a blog post soon. Late last night, around 2 a.m. when we should have been sleeping, Tracey and I were still up and I began talking about an article that was linked from this site’s false flag news feed (as an aside, I rather like… Read More »

The Real False Flags

Once again, Tracey recorded me off the cuff, this time as we were finishing breakfast (you hear my fork hitting the plate several times at the beginning of this clip). My first major point here is that people in the U.S. who are interested in false flags seem to be overly focused on the mass… Read More »

On Types of Grays, Disclosure, and UFO Research

An Off The Cuff video with Richard in which he discusses the complexities of understanding who and what the beings are that we call “aliens.” He moves on to thoughts about the inevitability of some form of disclosure, and a final follow up on whether or not the formal study of UFOs is as relevant… Read More »

Off the Cuff with a Journalist

Here, Tracey recorded me during an interview with a journalist from a newspaper in northwestern Arkansas in advance of the 2018 Ozark UFO Conference, where I will be speaking. It’s an interesting clip. Although you can only hear my side of the conversation, it was essentially me giving long answers to a series of questions.… Read More »

Off the Cuff with Micah Hanks

Tracey likes to record me when I am not aware, convinced that sometimes I say something interesting that I wouldn’t ordinarily say in public. This is the tail end of a conversation I had on Skype with Micah Hanks earlier today. We had just finished an interview for his podcast, Middle Theory, which is entirely… Read More »

The Double Edged Sword of Disclosure

UFO Disclosure has been a holy grail for generations. Surely, the end of secrecy will help humanity move to a better world, won’t it? It’s true that shining the light of truth on the darkness of secrecy and even criminality will be salutary to some of the worst woes we face, but should we expect… Read More »