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After Hours AM Dr. Robert Schoch

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In a mind-expanding edition of After Hours AM/America’s Most Haunted Radio — with hosts Joel Sturgis and Eric Olsen — we preview this year’s Contact in the Desert UFO convention with geologist and ancient civilization visionary Dr. Robert Schoch. We talk with Robert in hour 2; In Hour 1 Joel and Eric dip into the week’s most enthralling paranormal news. Contact in the Desert — May 19-21 in Joshua Tree, California — is an epic weekend of exploration into extraterrestrial life, ancient aliens, human origins, secret space program, crop circles, UFO sightings, contact experiences, interstellar living, and the “need to know” featuring dozens of top names in the field. Dr Robert Schoch stunned the world with his geological analysis of the Great Sphinx of Egypt in the early 1990s, demonstrating that the monument, as well as the walls of its enclosure, bear the scars of extreme water weathering and erosion. As Egypt has known hyper-arid climactic conditions for the past five millennia, Schoch concluded the monument traces its origins to an earlier epoch and a previously unidentified civilization, disrupting the orthodox view of the rise of civilization. Schoch’s courageous assertions have been confirmed with the discovery of the astoundingly sophisticated 12,000-year-old megalithic complex of Göbekli Tepe in southeastern Turkey. Initially placing the Great Sphinx in the period of circa 7000–5000 BCE, much earlier than its standard attribution of circa 2500 BCE, new data and discoveries have led Schoch to now push the monument back to the end of Earth’s last ice age, a glacial period brought to a close by massive solar events almost 10,000 years before Christ Schoch’s career and interests extend beyond strict geology and geophysics—to anthropology, environmental science, and biology/paleontology. Schoch is the author of numerous books and articles both technical and