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Exploring the Bizarre (KCORradio.com) hosts TIM BECKLEY and TIM SWARTZ welcome award-winning journalist, explorer and filmmaker, ALEX CHIONETTI whose life work has been devoted to lost civilizations, extraterrestrial visitations in both past and present times and solving scientific enigmas. During the last decade Alex discovered two pre-Incan cities in the central sierra of Peru never previously recognized before by official archaeology. Exploring the Chilean high desert, he found figures and lines related to the Nazca lines. In his book, "The Mysteries of the Tayos Caves," he tells the intriguing story of lost tablets and an immense treasure trove of gold plates. Erich von Daniken takes credit for the discovery, but admits in an exclusive interview with Alex that he tale is not quite as he told it. Very intriguing guest who was an original developer of the "Ancient Aliens" pilot and the first two seasons on the History Channel. His "Mysteries of the Tayos Caves," is available on Amazon.