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Brent Holland

Brent Holland is a music composer for feature films and television having composed for NASA, ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, PBS, CBC, SRC, CTV, TVA, TQS, Global, etc. and also in Vietnam, France, Turkey, Great Britain and Europe. He is currently scoring a Hollywood feature film starring Martin Sheen, Ed Asner, Sam Waterston, Joe Don Baker and Martin Landeau.

Mr. Holland has BFA in Music and BFA in Theatre Design (lighting) having worked extensively in this area with Bon Jovi, Michael Jackson, Rod Stewart, Yes, etc.
Night Fright is now syndicated through the 80 station NCRA broadcast network and has achieved number one Canadian based show of its genre.

The Brent Holland Show was started October 2009 and was started purely to inspire university and college age students, who listen weekly from coast to coast to coast, into service in the global village.


Betty and Barney Hill abduction with Kathleen Marden

The true story of Betty and Barney Hill abduction experience as told by their niece and MUFON expert Kathleen Marden.

Kathleen Marden.mp3



Richard Phillips - The Second Ship

Ever wondered if those fuzzy pictures of lights flying across the night sky are really alien aircraft? Do you think the government is really hiding UFOs at Area 51? If so, you may not be alone. According to The Associated Press, with over one third of the population saying Aliens actually do exist, author and nuclear physicist Richard Phillips believes life on other planets does indeed exist. His belief stems from extensive classified research in aerospace technologies that he generated for the U.S. military. In his new sci-fi thriller book, "The Second Ship," Phillips explores the reality of mankind harnessing powerful alien technology and the implications the new technology would have on humanity. "Every new technology offers fascinating opportunities, but at a potential cost," says Phillips, who is a huge proponent of scientific research, but believes "every scientific theory is only a model of reality."

Technologies currently under investigation carry risks. For example, CERN scientists outside Geneva are proceeding with tests that could produce a micro black hole, thereby destroying our planet. Tonight on Night Fright, we explore the possibilities of back-engineered alien technology. Tonight on Night Fright, we look at the secrecy of an ongoing extensive cover-up at Area 51. Tonight on Night Fright Stick around and get ready to be riveted to your seat. Strap in and hang on - here we go!

Richard Phillips.mp3



UFO CRASH At San Augustin

UFO Historian Art Campbell shares details about a UFO crash on the Plains of San Augustin, New Mexico which reportedly occurred the same time as the Roswell Incident in July 1947. Both episodes were likely due to the same air collision, he said, noting that San Augustin is 165 miles west of Roswell. The discoverer of the crashed object in San Augustin was an engineer named Barney Barnett-- while at the site, he ran into an archeological team that later denied they were there, Campbell recounted.

Barnett described seeing a disc-shaped craft that was 25-30 ft. in diameter, which was split on the side. Dislodged from the vehicle, were 3-4 bodies. In what was perhaps the first description of the "greys," he described seeing hairless 3½-4 ft. beings in gray jumpsuits with oddly set eyes. Barnett thought initially they might be connected with the atomic energy field before realizing they were "not of this Earth."

While Campbell was investigating the site beginning in 1994, he collected some interesting evidence, including a biomorphic object he dubbed the artifact which he was told was made out of high-density polyethylene. He also found curious tiny shoe soles which might have been worn by the ETs.

Art Campbell's website: http://www.ufocrashbook.com/

Art Campbell.mp3



Tom Carey - Inside the real Area 51

Tom Carey has a BS degree in Business Administration from Temple University, a Masters Degree in Anthropology from California State University, Sacramento, and he also received a fellowship to pursue a Ph.D. in anthropology at the University of Toronto. Tom became interested in UFOs while in high school and rekindled that interest in 1986 when he became the MUFON State Section Director for Southeastern Pennsylvania.

Since 1991, Tom's research has focused solely on the so-called "Roswell Incident" that occurred near the town of Roswell, New Mexico in July, 1947. Tom also became a Special Investigator for CUFOS [the J. Allen Hynek Center for UFO Studies] in 1992 and served on its Board of Directors from 1997 through 2001. Tom has appeared as a guest on a number of radio and television shows concerning the Roswell Incident as well as appearing in several filmed documentaries.

Tom Carey.mp3



SPOOKY SUDBURY

Mark Leslie LeFebvre is the Director of Self Publishing and chief of author relations for Kobo. He helped develop the Kobo Writing Life self-publishing platform and is an expert on eBook publishing, the eBook industry in general, as well as international publishing. He is also the president of the Canadian Booksellers Association.

Mark’s first published story was a short YA humour tale that was released in 1992, the year he graduated from Carleton University. From that point on, most of Mark’s writing fell into the “Twilight Zone” camp of fiction – most closely associated with horror, but also including elements of science fiction and fantasy. His first published horror story “Phantom Mitch” appeared in Wicked Mystic magazine in October of 1993 and received honourable mention in The Year’s Best Fantasty & Horror #7 (Datlow & Windling). Since then, Mark has had dozens of speculative stories published in various magazines and anthologies includingStardust (edited by Julie E. Czerneda), Bound for Evil (edited by Tom English), Bluffs(edited by Lawrence Steven) and Fear of the Dark (edited by Maria Cavicchiolo & Jason Rolfe). In 2004, Mark collected some of his previously published works in One Hand Screaming. In 2006, he edited North of Infinity II, an anthology of speculative stories for Mosaic Press. In 2009 Mark edited Campus Chills, a themed anthology featuring horror tales set on colleges & universities across Canada.

Mark Leslie Levebvre.mp3


 
 
 
 
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