By Wand Agency
First Guest is Angelia Joiner
Formerly, a staff writer of the Stephenville Empire-Tribune, Angelia is known internationally for breaking the January, 2008, UFO sightings in Stephenville, Texas. Angelia has appeared twice on Larry King Live and continues to do many interviews across the nation. Most recently she appeared on Discovery Channel Investigation X and worked closely with ABC producers on UFOs: Seeing is Believing, which aired on September 16, 2008, and resulted in a special thank you credit.
The Mutual UFO Network Texas branch recognized her in 2008 as the organizations lead investigative reporter.
She has worked closely with Robert Powell, MUFON national research director, and Glen Schulze on the Stephenville radar report, which confirms an unknown object in the area on that now infamous night.
In 2007, Angelia earned two second place awards from the West Texas Press Association for feature writing and special coverage. In 2008, she won first place in feature writing from the same organization.
Angelia earned a Bachelor of Science and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Tarleton State University in 1998 with an interdisciplinary teaching certification.
She is a native of Stephenville, Texas, and a member of Delta Kappa Gamma, a professional womens organization for teachers.
Second guest on the Show is Dr. Michael Salla
Dr. Michael Salla - "Exposing U.S. Government Policies on Extraterrestrial Life: The Challenge of Exopolitics."
Michael Emin Salla (September 25, 1958) is an international politics scholar who in 2001 became interested in the study of exopolitics and subsequently embarked on a personal effort to disseminate his exopolitical beliefs and hypotheses via the mediums of the internet, UFO and New conferences, and radio appearances. Salla's most recent academic position was in Washington at American University, Center for Global Peace. The Center did not sanction his ufological research, and emphasizes that it is personal. Controversy eventually led to Salla's dismissal from the university.