Somewhere in the Skies
Episode Summary: Ryan brings you directly into the seats at a live panel recording at Alien Con Los Angeles. Serving as both a moderator and panelist, Ryan invites to the stage, members of Roswell: Mysteries Decoded and the upcoming series, Mysteries Decoded to talk in depth about both projects airing on the CW Network. Joining him are consulting producer, Alejandro Rojas, executive producer, Gary Tarpinian, co-investigator and co-host of Roswell: Mysteries Decoded, Jennifer Marshall, and Denice Marcel. Denice is the granddaughter of Jesse Marcel, the first military officer on site at the Roswell UFO crash. The group talks all about how the one-hour special on Roswell came to be, what didn't make it into the show, personal stories from the filming, and then they dive in to the other mysteries that will be covered this summer on the CW network with lead host, Jennifer Marshall, as she travels the country investigating some of the greatest mysteries of our time. And yes... Ryan is joining her along the way!
Alejandro Rojas is a writer, podcaster, lecturer, and digital content creator focused on science, space, science fiction, and UFOs. He has a keen interest in the unexplained and is often featured in documentaries, television shows, and news interviews. Alejandro runs the UFO news website OpenMinds.tv, and his articles can also be found in the Huffington Post, Den of Geek, and his personal blog, www.alejandtrojas.com. He is also a co-organizer of the annual International UFO Congress, which he hosts as the Master of Ceremonies.
Gary Tarpinian is the chief executive officer and co-founder of the Emmy-Award-winning television production company, MorningStar Entertainment. He is also the executive producer and co-creator (along with his partner Paninee Theeranuntawat) of Mysteries Decoded for the CW Network. Tarpinian has always had a special interest in UFOs, conspiracies, and the unexplained, and created Mysteries Decoded to investigate the greatest unsolved mysteries in recent history. Tarpinian and his partner created such legendary hit series as Deadliest Warrior, Manhunters: Fugitive Task Force, and I Survived. They also produced the highest rated non-fiction documentary to air on all of cable television in 2017: Amelia Earhart: The Lost Evidence.
Jennifer Marshall is a proud U.S. Navy veteran and licensed private investigator. She holds a master’s degree in Administration of Justice and has worked in many different areas of her field, including locating birth parents, finding missing persons, workman’s comp, stolen valor, and historical investigations. Jennifer is also active in the TV and film world and has been cast in such shows as Stranger Things, Hawaii Five-0, Colony and Nickelodeon’s Game Shakers. She resides in Southern California with her husband and children.
Denice Marcel is the granddaughter of U.S. Army Lt. Col. (Ret.) Jesse Marcel Sr. She learned at a very young age of her grandfather’s participation in the recovery of a UFO wreckage outside Roswell, New Mexico in July of 1947. The Roswell incident has offered Denice many interesting experiences, including being the former State Section Director for MUFON Los Angeles. She has done radio interviews alongside her father, participated in lectures on the subject, and even had a small role in the 1994 movie Roswell. Denice also sat with her father as a witness in the 2013 Citizen Hearings on Disclosure. Her most memorable moment was sharing her father's final visit to the debris field and the kitchen from his childhood where he first saw the strange material, as well as attending his last lecture at the Roswell Festival in 2013.
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