Nov 8, 2008

11.8.8: Adam Davies on BoA:Audio :: Preview

This week's episode will be posted Sunday afternoon/evening.

THIS WEEK: Adam Davies, Extreme Expeditions: Travel Adventures Stalking the World's Mystery Animals

BoA returns to the UK to talk with Adam Davies, author of Extreme Expeditions. We'll be covering some of the adventures that are detailed in his book, including his travels to the Congo to search for the Mokele Mbembe, hunting the Orang Pendek in Sumatra, investigating the Mongolian Death Worm, and other treks around the world seeking truly unique cryptids. We'll also delve into the human side of crypto expeditions, talking about what makes a good team, the political roadblocks to international work, how Adam's family feels about his adventures and much more. Plus, we cover Alien Big Cats, the Seljord Serpent, American Bigfoot, the "kill v. no kill" debate, and, as always, tons and tons more.

This is a jam packed edition of BoA which spans the globe and covers a wealth of cryptozoological topics.

As an added audio bonus, at the conclusion of this week's episode, we've included binnall's on-site mini-interview with Thunderbird researcher Ken Gerhard from the Mass Monster Mash.


NEXT WEEK: Charles Upton,, Cracks in the Great Wall: UFOs and Metaphysics

In an off the beaten path look at UFOs, we discuss the metaphysical elements of the phenomenon with researcher Charles Upton. Charles will detail the field of metaphysics and how it relates to UFOs, the "Hierarchy of Being," why he feels that demonic elements may be at work behind UFOs, his problems with time travel and reincarnation, his critiques of Steven Spielberg's work and Dr. John Mack's research. We'll also get Upton's opinion on whether or not God will bail out the human race and if the "powers that be" that are doing the Devil's work know that they are performing in service to Satan. Plus, of course, much much more.

It's an edition of BoA:Audio that explores the UFO phenomenon from a whole new angle.


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