6.7.8: Marie Jones on BoA:Audio :: Preview
Good news ! My voice has sufficiently recovered and we will continue onward with BoA:Audio this week. I've already taped the intro to the episode, hope to tape the outro later tonight, and should have the episode up @ BoA no later than Sunday morning / afternoon ... guaranteed. Thank you for your patience last week when things were so touch and go.
THIS WEEK: Marie Jones, www.mariedjones.com, Supervolcano
BoA:Audio goes off the beaten esoteric path as we examine the world of supervolcanos and calderas with Marie Jones. Marie gives us a sweeping overview of what calderas are and where they can be found, the infamous Toba eruption 75,000 years ago, the Yellowstone caldera that has many in esoterica buzzing, and which area poses the most danger, should a supervolcano erupt. We'll also "war game" a caldera eruption to find out how extensive the damage would be and how, if at all, people can prepare for such an event. In addition to that, we have some bonus discussion on women in Esoterica and the rise of the ghosthunting fad.
It's an informative and informal edition of BoA:Audio with one of the fastest rising and most respected researchers in the paranormal world today: Marie Jones.
NEXT WEEK: Bill Birnes (Part 1), ufomag.com, UFO Hunters & Ufology
The first installment of a marathon conversation with Bill Birnes, star of the History Channel's UFO Hunters, noted esoteric author, and publisher of UFO Magazine. We'll have an extended bio/background, where Bill takes us through his evolution in the world of esoterica, from discovering the Philip Corso story to how he ended up at the helm of UFO Magazine, with lots of side roads explored in between, including what annoys him most about the Corso critics. Plus, in this first half, we'll cover a number of areas related to UFO Hunters, like Bill's reaction to THC's vast marketing of the show centered around him, aspects of how the show gets made, how much influence the network has on the content, and Bill's response to critics who say the show is not "real Ufology."
It's an often-times frank discussion with one of the most influential people in the UFO world today and a genuine A-list guest: Bill Birnes.