Interview starts 43:00
Lyle Blackburn and Seth Breedlove join us for a great chat about making Crypto movies about small town monsters. Lyle has been researching this sometimes creepy stuff for a long time now and has been on TV and written books. Seth is fairly new but has always had an open mind. The combination is fantastic and they are making some great movies.
We chat about what’s its like to interview all kinds of people in small towns that have had these encounters and how the feeling of the town actually changes. We also talk about “taking the shot” or not, and we speculate on the reality of these creatures. They may be making a UFO doc in the near future as well as one about the Mothman.
In the intro, Cyrus a long time listener joins us and we end up chatting about Dreaming, Lucid dreaming and Salvia?. along with some listener feedback and stories about such topics.
We also touch on the new topic – vault 7 and try to parse that out, and JRE 911 – the global coup to fight the globalists.
See the links below for stuff we chatted about during the show and the intro:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UZPCp8SPfOM JRE 911 with Alex Jones and Eddie Bravo
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0068837/ The Legend of Boggy Creek – 1972
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0265349/ The Mothman Prophecies
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