Tribute to the late Mufon investigator Craig Lang (d2018), he explains his UFO abduction research and describes close encounter cases for this half hour of KFAI studio interview clips from the late 1990s, following introduction to Mufon by William McNeff (MN state director); with UFO Update host, Jerry Modjeski, and the talents of Mike Driscoll, Betty Luca Andreasson, Pete Lee, Chris Waterbury, Bat Lenny, La Sonorite Jaune. Listen: https://archive.org/details/UFOUpdate_CraigLangCloseUp
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Posted in honor of late UFO & abduction researcher Craig Lang, radio broadcast July 21, 2001 from Irvine, California at the Mufon Symposium. Craig joins Jerry and other guests for a live report. Listen: https://archive.org/details/UFOUpdateLiveIrvineCA-July212001
With Casey Holt, Susan Murawski; for the first hour of two of The Musical Transportation Spree, DJ
Chris Waterbury programs independent, home-tape music by Vimana, Doug Michael, Meltdown Labs, EMT Collection, The Mouth Bandits. KFAI, Minneapolis-St. Paul.
Here’s a one minute radio promo with Craig Lang for a 1999 KFAI call-in with Jerry:
Craig is heard on archived editions of UFO Update and Dreams and UFOs.
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Tags: aliens, archive.org, Casey Holt, Chris Waterbury, Craig Lang, Doug Michael, Giant Rock, Greg Bishop, KFAI, Meltdown Labs, Mufon, Mutual UFO Network, Peter Stenshoel, Rebecca Swim, Susan Murawski, The Mouth Bandits, The Musical Transportation Spree, UFO, UFO Update, vimana
Chuck Isle, Mark Masyga & Brian Anderson (pictured) hosted ZXQ Universe, a KFAI show that substituted for Little City in Space (in temporary hiatus for several months). On radio in 1990 there was nothing like ZXQ: these excerpts from their maiden voyage include hilarious monologues by a parade of original characters (Alabama Neptune, Professor Noodle, “Wildman” Slim, Rev. Mild Astonishment), and hypnagogic sound compositions with guest-engineer Greg Carr (Technological Retreat). Special features: TV Guise sponsored by Mrs. Leatherneck Syrup / News of the Possibly True / Beyond the Unknown / Hillbillies fer Buddha / Commercials for The Kitchen Mohican; Chez Bob’s Detail Recount Store / The Church of the SubGenius Minute of Slack / ZXQ Studios: The Big Dive / records by Buddy Emmons (1937-2015), Johnny Gunn, Les Brown & Vic Schoen. Brian created original music fanfares & ambiance for ZXQ. Listen to ZXQ #1: https://archive.org/details/ZXQ010390
Abridged ZXQ Universe #3 with Chuck intro, Jerry Modjeski guest-engineer, co-controlling horizontal & vertigo with Brian & Mark for TV Guise. Other vivisected highlights: News of the Possibly True / Level 99 (commercial) / Professor Noodle / special guest appearance by Peter (Little City in Space) Stenshoel /Gil Goose commentary (“Video Games”) / SubGenius Minute of Slack. Listen: https://archive.org/details/ZXQ011790
Thanks to Stu Mathews, Chuck Isle & Peter Stenshoel for assistance on this post. Hear more ZXQ Universe at Brian Anderson’s website.
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Tags: Alabama Neptune, aliens, archive.org, Bob Dobbs, Brian Anderson, Buddy Emmons, Chuck Isle, Church of the SubGenius, Greg Carr, Jerry Modjeski, Johnny Gunn, KFAI, Les Brown, Little City In Space, Mark Masyga, Peter Stenshoel, Rev. Ivan Stang, Stu Mathews, Technological Retreat, TV Guise, UFO, UFO cover up, Vic Schoen, ZXQ Universe
UFO Update originated from broadcasts of The Musical Transportation Spree. Interviewed about his book, The Missing Times, Terry Hansen described how UFOs over missile bases in North Dakota & Montana made local news, yet wasn’t reported at the national level. Panic created in 1938 by the War of the Worlds radio rendition by Orson Welles (right) may have helped change how national media handled future coverage of actual UFO events, using ridicule and debunking, to keep the American public from taking the subject of UFOs seriously.
John Greenewald questioned whether or not the U.S. government has anything to hide concerning UFOs. His research using the Freedom of Information Act led him to create a website called The Black Vault.
With a haunting melody, the disturbing lyrics to Lonesome Cowpoke by The Weird Winonans accurately describe the cattle mutilations phenomena based on witness and investigator testimony.
The song was written and sung by Leslie Eaton (pictured left); with Blanche Fubar (harmony vocal); Shlemant Bugerknight (violin); Billy X. Curmano (harmonica); Kelly Coyle (guitar); Stu Mathews (bass guitar); Peter Stenshoel (piano, arrangement, production);, with assistance from Jerry Stearns. Thanks to Chris Waterbury and The MacPhail Center for Music.