API Case Files - The Podcast By and For UFO Investigators
API Case Files is the official podcast of the Aerial Phenomena Investigations group, or API. We are UFO investigators and this podcast is targeted to towards investigators and others interested in anomalous aerial phenomena. Please see our main site, http://aerial-phenomenon.org for more information.
Interview recorded January 19, 2017 Released 1 February 2017
Runtime: 1 hour 16 min
Welcome to API Conversations. I'm Marsha Barnhart API's Chief of Investigations and your host for this Conversations episode. My guest today for this edition of API Conversations is Norio Hayakawa.
Norio is a resident of New Mexico and probably best known for his work investigating the anomalous activities in and around the Dulce New Mexico area. He is a blogger, an activist and, as such, the driving force behind a citizen oversight committee...the Civilian Intelligence Central.
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Marsha Barnhart held a spirited conversation with Podcaster, Blogger and Author of “A Trojan Feast”, Joshua Cutchin. His book examines folk lore of food and drink offerings purported by witnesses from Aliens, Faeries and Sasquatch. Marsha also discussed Joshua’s recent Blog post regarding the seeming inability of the materialistic scientific approach to answer oddities and high strangeness associated with many UFO reports and experiences.
It's up to you. We can have UFO discussion forums full of clickbait crap and aimless rants, or we can talk and disagree respectfully about real investigations from a boots-on the-ground perspective. What do you prefer?
So let's start over on Reddit. The mods of /r/UFOs, though well intentioned, are clearly overwhelmed and can't handle all the garbage hurled their way. They can't stop the loud, angry, voluble people from dominating to discussions. We've had the API Case Files subreddit for a while now, but now it's time for the quiet people to step forward and tell their stories without fear of being shouted down. We'll assure that. Give it a try. Let us know what you think