Somewhere in the Skies
Episode Summary: Ryan first speaks with Greg Bishop about the 2018 Esotericon that they will be speaking at on May 19th and 20th in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The event is completely free to the public. To learn more and to attend, use the contact tab at: www.winterlightproductions.com
Episode Summary: Ryan sits down face-to-face with Jennifer Stein and Peter Robbins, co-producers of the award-winning documentary, Travis: The True Story of Travis Walton. Driving home after a day of clearing brush in the forest, six lumberjacks come upon a 40-foot disk hovering silently over the crest of a ridge. As if spellbound, Travis Walton jumps from the passenger side of the truck, running towards it for a closer look. That decision on November 5th, 1975, would change him forever. The 21-year-old logger from Snowflake, Arizona was struck by a powerful blue beam of light from the craft. He disappeared for five days, igniting a firestorm of controversy aimed at the logging crew who were the last to see him. Travis Walton’s 1975 experience comes alive as he recounts the ordeal.
TRAVIS combines new and archived interviews with the logging crew, police and the polygraph examiner. Walton explains how this event changed his life forever, as the media, skeptics and debunkers attacked him, his friends and family. UFO experts explain why this story continues to astound investigators, astrophysicists and journalists as they investigate for reliable evidence of other worlds, other beings, and more advanced technologies.
Greg Bishop: Greg Bishop is a writer, researcher and radio host from Los Angeles. He hosts the long-running program Radio Mistirioso, and is the author of Project Beta, It Defies Language, Weird California, and Wake Up Down There.
Peter Robbins: Peter is co-author (along with Larry Warren) of the British best-seller Left at East Gate: A First-Hand Account of the Rendlesham Forest UFO Incident, Its Cover-Up and Investigation. He is the author of Deliberate Deception: A Case of Disinformation in the UFO Research Community, and Halt In Woodbridge: An Air Force Colonel’s Thirty-Year Fight To Silence An Authentic UFO Whistle-Blower.
Jennifer Stein: Jennifer has been making documentaries since 1989. In 2012 Jennifer won two Open Minds’ International UFO Congress film festival awards for The Disclosure Dialogues with filmmaker Ron James, then in 2015, two EBEs at the 2015 Open Minds’ film festival for Travis: The True Story of Travis Walton, that she co-produced with Bob Terrio, Ron James, and Zachary Weil.
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Opening Theme Song, "Ephemeral Reign" by Per Kiilstofte
Closing song, "Awake" by Tycho
SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES is produced by Third Kind Productions, in association with eOne Entertainment