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The O’Hare UFO Tapes

On episode 194 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, Ryan welcomes return guest, Steven Greenstreet. Greenstreet is a news reporter for the NY Post and a freelance filmmaker. He hosts the popular NY Post web series, The Basement Office. Today, he shares with us s...
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Witness Accounts: Volume Fourteen

On episode 193 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, the microphone is flipped back on to you, the listeners, in another volume of Witness Accounts. We hear stunning stories of flying rectangles, triangles, orbs, and everything in between. And in a Somewhere in t...
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Meanwhile, Here on Earth

On episode 192 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, we are joined by author, UFO researcher, and Ryan's personal mentor, Peter Robbins. These two usually meet in New York City once a month at a diner to drink coffee and talk everything UFOs. But, just like ...
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The Shag Harbour UFO Incident

On episode 181 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, we celebrate the 53rd anniversary of the Shag Harbour UFO incident. On October 4th 1967, an unknown object appeared over the skies of a small fishing town in Nova Scotia. Tailing the object were five glowing, o...
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Alien Autopsy: 25 Years Later

Jason McClellan joins Ryan Sprague on Somewhere in the Skies to talk about the Unidentified Aerial Phenomenon Task Force, space law, and the classic Alien Autopsy video.
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The Betz Sphere

On this episode of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, Ryan Sprague takes you back to 1974 in Jacksonville, FL when Terri Betz stumbled upon a strange metal sphere in the woods near their home.
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Rendlesham

Ryan Sprague tackles one of the most well-known and well documented UFO events of all time—The Rendlesham Forest UFO Incident
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Jim Perry: EUPHOMET OBSCURA

On this episode of the podcast Somewhere in the Skies, Jim Perry returns to speak with host Ryan Sprague about EUPHOMET OBSCURA, a new show that deepens Perry's exploration into the unknown.