No word yet on Season Three of “Hangar 1” but I am hopeful with all of the principals at the 2015 Symposium in a few weeks – we might get word on production orders for another great season.
Several cases have crossed my desk in the past two weeks involving what appears to be the Bigfoot creature related to a UFO event – some of these events are very recent and some are historical. We hope to be covering some of these cases soon here in the Journal or on the website once the individual investigations are completed.
With the addition of more staff in the Communications Department we hope to track more good cases from around the country and abroad that can be turned into a Journal and web story. Look for more features in the Journal soon – and possibly the addition of eight more pages – bringing us to 32 pages each month. And all in full color. The only thing stopping us right now is having more featured case stories of good investigations.
If you haven’t booked your reservations yet for the 2015 Symposium – you have just a few more weeks now to get to it. You won’t want to miss all of the great speakers lined up this year – and my stage play on Friday evening beginning at 6 p.m. on an outdoor stage by the pool.
Look on the 2015 Symposium website – mufonsymposium.com – under SPECIAL EVENTS. This will be produced like a 1940s radio-style with nine actors playing the part of 28 witnesses from MUFON cases closed as an Unknown. The UFO Traffic Reporter will be Stanton Friedman – and you may recognize some of the other cast members from our television show – “Hangar 1.”
My Chicago stage shows were produced with the illusion that we were broadcasting live – but in this case – Race Hobbs and two colleagues – will be on-stage that night producing our music and sound effects – and actually broadcasting the show live. So check with kgraradio.com – for the live show to be broadcast beginning at 6 p.m. PT on Friday night, September 24. If you can’t make the Symposium – please put it on your calendar and listen in live.
Our promised August kick-off for the new and improved ArcStar Books will be slowed down by a few weeks. I’ll let you know the new launch date as soon as we have one. Any professionals in the field with new book ideas – please let us know what you’re working on.
The Journal is proud to feature the Science Review Board's (SRB) Top 10 UFO list for 2014 - their third annual listing. The cases this year are better cases than the previous year, according to SRB Director Robert Powell. Some of my most favorite cases made it into the list.
Look for more web development as we close out 2015 - including an area for our new SAT Team - which will include features on the cases they work. We are also loading in more Journal content from the past to bring it all right to your mobile device soon.
Although I won't be at this year's Symposium in person - I will be directing my stage play remotely with the help of on-site producers and a most professional group of actors and actresses.