Purple Haze: Guest Richard Dolan

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Happy Independence Day! MediaBlvd’s popular radio show Purple Haze is celebrating America’s birthday by moving to a new time period, Sundays at 9PM/ET, beginning July 4. To kick off the Sunday show, Richard Dolan, acclaimed UFO expert and author of the upcoming book A.D.: After Disclosure. The People's Guide to Life After Contact, will be the special guest – reporting live from the Roswell UFO Festival in Roswell, New Mexico. Dolan’s co-author, Bryce Zabel, was the creator and producer of the television series Dark Skies. Their book is an analytic "what if" scenario that discusses the multifaceted impact that would be brought about by the end of UFO secrecy. It is due for publication in the Fall. Dolan, who completed his graduate work in history at the University of Rochester, is the author of UFOs and the National Security State: An Unclassified History, 1941-1973 (republished in 2002 with the subtitle Chronology of a Cover-Up, 1941-1973). This 500-page history provides clear details on the major UFO cases of the early Cold War era. In 2009, he completed Volume Two of his historical study, subtitled The Cover-Up Exposed, 1973-1991, and is now at work on the final volume of his historical trilogy. Richard has also published articles and spoken at conferences around the world. Among his main themes is the destruction of political liberties as a result of the UFO cover-up. He has also speculated on the possible nature of the non-humans themselves and what their presence here means for civilization. This has led him to take a fresh approach to the topic of “Exopolitics” and to develop unique insights into the practical challenges and opportunities for a true disclosure of the UFO phenomenon. Purple Haze is hosted by NASA contractor Dr. Kenn Gold, conservative novelist/playwright Gary Morgenstein (Take Me Out to the Ballgame), liberal journalist Frederic Germay and TV Talk Radio host Shaun Daily.
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