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Best Cheeso Media LLC podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Cheeso Media LLC podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Episode Notes So a while back, I got an email from a listener asking what I thought my top ten important UFO books were. Not being one to waste a good idea, I decided that instead of telling them, I'd make it into an episode. I was going to put links to purchase the books here in the show notes, but it's kind of a spoiler, isn't it? So you're on yo…
 
Episode Notes I've got some upcoming online presentations (which would have been in person if that was currently an option). While streaming events might not be everyone's cup of tea, they provide a great deal more access to those who can't make it to on-ground, in person events for any number of reasons. So in lieu of putting "commercials" in the …
 
Episode Notes It's our first interview! We're talking with Matthew Kresal, who wrote a volume on the classic 90s show Dark Skies for Obverse Books's Silver Archive range on classic cult television. Whether you're familiar with the show or now, we hope you find the interview enjoyable! Also, keep in mind that I've never interviewed anyone before... …
 
Episode Notes I don't know how I can make it any clearer than that. Here are few poems from Otis. Let us know which one is your favorite! Support The Saucer Life and get something cool in return! Website: saucerlife.comTwitter: @saucerlifeInstagram: saucerlifeFacebook Support The Saucer Life by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/j…
 
Episode Notes John E.L. Tenney's new book, Theoretical Weirdo: A Mish Mash of Ramblings about Weirdness is available and it's great. In this brief Afterlife, I talk about what I like about the book. Support The Saucer Life and get something cool in return! Website: saucerlife.comTwitter: @saucerlifeInstagram: saucerlifeFacebook Support The Saucer L…
 
Episode Notes I plunder a folder on a hard drive called "1980s UFO Clippings." There will be more of this. Oh yes indeed. Support The Saucer Life and get something cool in return! Website: saucerlife.comTwitter: @saucerlifeInstagram: saucerlifeFacebook Support The Saucer Life by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/the-saucer-li…
 
Episode Notes No, not me, silly, Gordon Creighton of Flying Saucer Review. You may remember him from our 90s Magazine Mixtape episode. I'm not kidding, doing my Gordon Creighton voice is pretty tiring. Enjoy! Support The Saucer Life and get something cool in return! Website: saucerlife.comTwitter: @saucerlifeInstagram: saucerlifeFacebook Support Th…
 
Episode Notes Here's a fun little story from the May-June 1958 issue of Flying Saucer Review. Support The Saucer Life and get something cool in return! Website: saucerlife.comTwitter: @saucerlifeInstagram: saucerlifeFacebook Support The Saucer Life by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/the-saucer-life This podcast is powered b…
 
Episode Notes Just a fun little bit of stuff I found concerning our old pal, convicted felon and contactee Reinhold Schmidt. Enjoy! Support The Saucer Life and get something cool in return! Website: saucerlife.comTwitter: @saucerlifeInstagram: saucerlifeFacebook Support The Saucer Life by donating to their Tip Jar: https://tips.pinecast.com/jar/the…
 
Episode Notes We're continuing, in our little side series here, to look at some UFO books targeted at children. Today, Monsters from Outer Space, which you will hear in its (very brief) entirety. Look here for a picture of the very haunting cover that I semi-remember from my childhood. Support The Saucer Life and get something cool in return! Websi…
 
Episode Notes We're returning, briefly, to Greta Woodrew, and her third book, which I've just obtained, the children's volume See the Colors! Hear the Music! You can see some pictures of the book here. Support The Saucer Life and get something cool in return! Website: saucerlife.comTwitter: @saucerlifeInstagram: saucerlifeFacebook Support The Sauce…
 
Episode Notes This was inspired/caused by Jordan from The Nighttime Podcast sending me a copy of Greta Woodrew's 1981 book On a Slide of Light. Used copies of Greta Woodrew's On a Slide of Light may be purchased from Amazon Woodrew's second book, Memories of Tomorrow is available from Amazon or is free to borrow from the Internet Archive. Realtors'…
 
Episode Notes Something that was cut from our Dan Fry episode: here is a delightful bit from We Come in Peace! A Martian Lands in Austria. I found this excerpt in an article from the BSRA. Support The Saucer Life and get something cool in return! Website: saucerlife.comTwitter: @saucerlifeInstagram: saucerlifeFacebook Support The Saucer Life by don…
 
Episode Notes Here's the section on Bill Cooper's interpretation of the "War of the Worlds" broadcast that I decided just didn't fit with the Radio Daze episode. Enjoy (as much as possible with Wild Bill!) Support The Saucer Life and get something cool in return! Website: saucerlife.comTwitter: @saucerlifeInstagram: saucerlifeFacebook Support The S…
 
Episode Notes Radio! It use to be a thing--ask your folks, kids! Since the beginning of the flying saucer phenomenon, there have been radio programs dedicated to the subject. While there were several high profile "specials," about the topic this episode focuses on the long running radio series that focused--at least in part--on UFOs, usually as par…
 
Episode Notes Speaking of interesting but fundamentally dull flying saucer films, in this installment of The Saucer Afterlife, I spend a few minutes on The Flying Saucer Mystery. This is a 1952 short film (which is actually an extended version of one that came out in 1950) that features August Roberts (for 4 seconds), Frank Scully (who seems like a…
 
Episode Notes Reinhold O. Schmidt was a contactee who had a number of encounters before (and, well, after) he turned to a life of crime. Join us for cigar shaped craft and grand theft. The Kearney Incident Up to Now (There was a scan floating around the internet and I uploaded it to the Internet Archive. I believe this to be in the public domain. I…
 
Episode Notes We get mail! We get, occasionally, very interesting, fun things sent to us by our friends, listeners, and friendly listeners. In this installment, I sort through the latest interesting offerings. Support The Saucer Life via PayPal and get something cool in return! Website: saucerlife.comTwitter: @saucerlifeInstagram: saucerlifeFaceboo…
 
Episode Notes I would bet good money that most of you have not read 1978's The UFO Guidebook by Briazack and Mennick. It's one of the hidden gems of UFO literature, boasting a very even-handed array of definitions and summaries in an encyclopedia style. But that's not the biggest reason I love it. Thanks for listening, and keep your eyes out for be…
 
Episode Notes Some brief thoughts on a recent UFO book viewed through the eyes of a man who has recently spent too much time thinking about The Controllers. You can get this recently published book at Amazon! Support The Saucer Life and get something cool in return! Website: saucerlife.comTwitter: @saucerlifeInstagram: saucerlifeFacebook Support Th…
 
Episode Notes Rather than give you a run down of the top UFO stories of 2019, I thought I'd take a look at what other people were saying were the top UFO stories of the year and rendering judgement on their choices. Just a few minutes of fun and a bit of information to ease you into the New Year. The next full length episode drops on January 8! Fox…
 
Episode Notes This went through numerous title choices before settling on this, simultaneously an apt description and an homage to another "Holiday Special" that had nothing to do with any particular real holiday. We've got fan fiction, we've got classic saucer poetry, we've got all three of our regular guest voices--Sasha, Roberta, and Nelson--alo…
 
Episode Notes William S. "Bill" English is, maybe, the forgotten "Bill" of 80s and 90s UFOlogy. his claims were extraordinary. His story was exciting and entertaining. Featuring clips from some classic UFO radio programming, and from the infamous 1989 MUFON conference, this was a fun episode to put together and we think it's a bit of a sleeper. Spe…
 
Episode Notes No apologies, this one was a bit of a labor of love, and I can't believe I got a whole episode out of the Mitchell Sisters, a pair of 1950s contactees from St. Louis, Missouri. This is a contact tale, but also the story of what happens when a story gets abandoned through the disappearance of its original tellers. Featuring the debut o…
 
Episode Notes An absolute nostalgic delight, the Weekly World News entertained and...informed?...millions during its life from the late 70s into the 21st century. While you may remember Bat Boy, the WWN also--at least in in its early years, covered some fairly significant UFO stories. We'll see the progression from covering cases like Cash-Landrum …
 
On August 7, 2017, I began a project I wasn't sure would last two months. It's now lasted two years, give or take a day. In this episode we'll resist the urge to do a clip show, take a suggestion from a listener about how to celebrate, thank a whole lot of people, revisit a past topic. Sort of. Taunia Derenberger-Bowman's Beyond Lanulos: Our Fifty …
 
UPDATE: Something is weird with the feed–trying again! While we often get requests to cover this or that topics–Orfeo Angelucci’s contact experiences and writings may be the most often requested. His two books, The Secret of the Saucers and Son of the Sun are very much part of the Adamski-inspired tradition but with some interesting twists includin…
 
We’re continuing with a run of Contactees in this episode, where we’ll discuss George King and his Aetherius Society (which is still going strong today!). George King was an interesting guy–as were most of the Contactees–and his claims and experiences have some unique twists to them. The full BBC program in which King channeled Aetherius […]…
 
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