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Fader Night

October 22nd 2015

 

Ron Felber on Fade To Black Oct. 12th

Ron Felber on Fade To Black

October 12th 2015

Ron Felber is a graduate of Georgetown University where he received his BA, Loyola University where he received his Master’s Degree, and Drew University where he earned his Doctorate. Ron has published eight novels including the “Jack Madson” series “A Man of Indeterminate Value” and “The Kafka Society” and four non-fiction books including “Il Dottore, The Double Life of a Mafia Doctor” which was the basis for the FOX prime time television series “The Mob Doctor”. Mr. Felber was a Deputy Sheriff transporting federal prisoners after graduating college. Those experiences were used for some of his early non-fiction articles written for the iconic True Detective magazine. Ron was also the CEO of a major manufacturing company. His latest book is “Mojave Incident”, a true story of Elise and Tom Gifford, who claimed to have been abducted by extraterrestrials during a desert camping trip.

Website: www.ronfelber.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/RonFelberAuthor
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ronfelberauthor

 

Hugh Newman and Jim Vieira on Fade To Black Oct 13th

Hugh Newman and Jim Vieira on Fade To Black

October 13th 2015

Hugh Newman is an earth mysteries and megalithic science researcher. He organizes the Megalithomania Conferences, tours and meet-ups in Glastonbury, UK, North America, Peru, Egypt, Mexico and South Africa. His most recent book, Earth Grids has been published by Wooden Books. He has spoken at conferences in the UK, Malta, France, Peru, Bosnia, and North America. He has appeared on BBC TV, Sky Channel 200 and on History Channel’s “Ancient Aliens” in the last three seasons. He has articles published in The Leyhunter (UK), World Explorers Magazine (US), The Circular (UK), Mindscape Magazine (UK) and Northern Earth (UK). He is currently writing a book about the Wandlebury complex near Cambridge, UK, and getting ready to explore Turkey, Wales, ancient England, Italy, then on to Peru and Bolivia in November 2014 as part of an adventure tour with Brien Foerster and Freddy Silva.

Website: www.hughnewman.co.uk

Jim Vieira is a stonemason, writer, researcher and member of the New England Antiquities Research Association. He has studied the mysteries of Ancient America for over 20 years and is a frequent contributor to the Shelburne Falls Independent and Ancient American Magazine, and he Jim Vieira has presented at the prestigious TEDX Conference and was a guest on Coast to Coast with George Noory. His research into stonework, megalithic sites and mounds led him to the Megalithomania Conference in Connecticut where he met Hugh Newman and Ross Hamilton, which led Jim to the mystery of giants when he uncovered an account of a giant skeleton being unearthed in the neighboring town of Deerfield. He is currently writing a book with fellow researcher Hugh Newman, and is the star of History Channel’s ‘Search for the Lost Giants’.

Website:  https://www.facebook.com/searchforthelostgiants

Seth Shostak On Fade To Black Oct 14th

Seth Shostak On Fade To Black

October 14th 2015

Seth Shostak claims to have developed an interest in extraterrestrial life at the tender age of ten, when he first picked up a book about the solar system. This innocent beginning eventually led to a degree in radio astronomy, and now, as Senior Astronomer, Seth is an enthusiastic participant in the Institute’s SETI observing programs. He also heads up the International Academy of Astronautics’ SETI Permanent Committee.

In addition, Seth is keen on outreach activities: interesting the public – and especially young people – in science in general, and astrobiology in particular. He’s co-authored a college textbook on astrobiology, and has written three trade books on SETI. In addition, he’s published more than 400 popular articles on science — including regular contributions to both the Huffington Post and Discover Magazine blogs — gives many dozens of talks annually, and is the host of the SETI Institute’s weekly science radio show, “Big Picture Science.”

Website: www.seti.org


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