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The K-Files


Welcome to the latest installment of The K-Files. I took a break last week due to a hectic schedule, but Khyron's back and ready to go.

In this special edition of The K-Files, I will be discussing John Lear's first interview with George Noory. It's been a couple years since we last heard Lear live over the airwaves, so I was eager to see how The Noor would handle the interview. And I was more than a little amazed when Noory even brought his best bud Hoagland on to help him out. It was a memorable episode, to be sure.

You'd better get ready, 'cause here come The K-Files...

:: A Brief Bit of Disclosure  ::

Every week when the upcoming schedule is updated at the Coast to Coast AM homepage, there are certain high-caliber guests that I keep a lookout for. Alex ‘The Bulldog’ Jones is one of them, as is Jim Marrs and Ed Dames. Then there is a certain guest that a few years back really kicked my UFO fascination into high gear. The episode was titled ‘Aerial Revelations’ and was hosted by Art Bell on November 2nd, 2003. The guest in question? None other than pilot and UFO whistleblower, John Lear. 

During that interview, I was first introduced to what is now known as the Lear Disclosure Briefing. In this detailed report, John Lear describes exactly what the government is keeping from us: human mutilations, UFO/Air Force sorties, abundant life in the solar system, and secret alien contact for the last 50 years. Then he posed to Art the hypothetical question, “What say you Art Bell? Do we brief the public? Yay or nay?” The first time I heard this, I thought to myself, Wow…What a mind-rush. 

True or not, the material presented in the Lear Briefing is fascinating to say the least. In fact, if I were to introduce a friend to the experience that is Coast to Coast AM, playing this sound clip would be at the top of my list of things to do. To me, the briefing embodies everything I like about Coast—grandiose story telling coupled with a great host and just a shred of truth. Do I believe everything in the Lear Briefing to be true? Far from it. But it’s an eye-opening look into the possibilities of the universe around us. 

Now let’s fast-forward to last week, to the history making first Lear interview by Mr. George Noory. I was unable to listen to the show live, but I’ve since downloaded a recording and gave it a listen. I was weary as to how The Noor would handle Lear. I’ve always considered him an Art-exclusive guest, so was interested in how Noory would approach him. In all, I must say that I was a little disappointed, but it was a lot better than I expected. 

John Lear has always been an ‘out there’ kind of guest, but last week’s interview was too far-fetched even for my liking. All the talk about life similar to ours existing on nearly every planet in the solar system and secret Mars landings back in 1966 was enough for me. Entertaining, yes, but far outside the realm of believability.  

Then came the big shocker (and highlight) of the evening—science advisor Richard C. Hoagland made one of his patented surprise pop-ins. There’s nothing like Hoagland showing up to an already far-fetched episode. Though their discussion about soul-transmitters on the Moon was a fine piece of Coast to Coast nostalgia. And I couldn’t help but laugh when Hoagland explained to George that the secret space program doesn’t use rockets, but “electrogravitic antigravity spacecraft” instead. The matter of fact way he said it, in a sort of no duh! tone of voice was classic Hoagland.  

Then came the open lines segment. It was fairly uneventful until the last half-hour when a perturbed guest got through. It’s a rare event when a confrontational caller gets through George’s screening, so it was a treat to hear someone start to rip into Lear and Hoagland. Not that I dislike either of them or approve of confrontational arguments, but the caller was bringing up some pretty big points.  

So, in summary, although this latest Lear interview may not have been up to par with the one he did with Art back in 2003, it was still good radio. George did a better job than I expected with Lear, letting him finish his stories without interjecting with one his infamous Noory topic-changers. Though I must admit that he may have over-played the Lear Briefing. With the 2003 Lear interview having been rebroadcast several times already, when George played the sound clip twice during his interview, the whole thing started to lose its dramatic effect. Unlike the ‘sounds from hell’ and ‘Bigfoot scream’ clips George likes to play, I feel that the Lear Briefing is something that should be cherished and played only during special occasions.

:: Dead End ::


Well, that's all for this week. I trust you enjoyed your trip into this shadowy nether-realm known only as the K-Files.

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Keep your eyes peeled for the next  K-Files, arriving sometime next week. Later.

~Khyron, 2006.


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