In This EP of Den of Lore…

— Opening Segment —

In the first segment, we have a need to read from the news feed, and announce the Patrons-only contest for July! – Enter for only $1!
— Guest Interview —

Richard C. Hoagland, a man in the Alien research field that needs little to no introduction, joins us for our final #AliensMonth show to discuss his long and storied career in researching, discovering, and disclosing the ancient, or current, alien presence on the Moon and Mars – and to discuss any new and recent findings his team at the Enterprise Mission have discovered. We will also touch on his radio show, The Other side of Midnight, and find out exactly what is “Club 19.5”.
— Sammich Counter —

To close out the show, we visit the Sammich Counter with Denver Michaels, where Chris and Denver review last week’s chosen sammich from anywhere in the world that they made, tasted, and will rate live on air.
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RIchard C. Hoagland

Richard C. Hoagland is a former museum space science Curator; a former NASA Consultant; and, during the historic Apollo Missions to the Moon, was science advisor to Walter Cronkite and CBS News. In the mid-1960’s, at the age of 19 (possibly “the youngest museum curator in the country at the time”), Hoagland created his first elaborate commemorative event — around NASA’s first historic unmanned fly-by of the planet Mars, Mariner 4. A simultaneous all-night, transcontinental radio program the evening of the Encounter (linking the museum in Springfield, Mass., and NASA’s JPL control center, in Pasadena, Ca.), co-produced by Hoagland and WTIC-Radio, in Hartford, Ct., was subsequently nominated for a Peabody Award, one of journalism’s most prestigious.

For the last 13 years, since 1983, Hoagland has been leading an outside scientific Team in a critically acclaimed independent analysis of possible intelligently-designed artifacts on NASA (and other) data sets — beginning with the unmanned NASA VIKING mission to Mars in 1976, and its provocative images of a region called “Cydonia.” Hoagland and his Team have been invited at least four times to various NASA Centers since 1988, to brief thousands of NASA scientists and engineers on the results of their on-going “Cydonia investigation.” In 1989, Hoagland and his colleagues briefed then-Chairman of the House Committee on Space Science and Applications, Representative Robert Roe, on the status of their “Mars Investigation.” Chairman Roe, before his sudden and unexplained resignation from the Congress, directed NASA to acquire better images from Mars during its then-upcoming “Mars Observer mission”; Mars Observer’s equally sudden and tragic disappearance in 1993 precluded any new data relating to “Cydonia.” In 1993, Hoagland was awarded the International Angstrom Medal for Excellence in Science by the Angstrom Foundation, in Stockholm, Sweden, for that continuing research. In the last 4 years, he and his Team’s investigations have been quietly extended to include over 30 years of previously hidden data from NASA, Soviet, and Pentagon missions to the Moon — with startling results.
Intro Song:
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