In late 2017, the Pentagon admitted that it had a secret program to investigate UFOs. This has been followed up by more admissions as well as military video evidence. This year, a briefing given to the Department of Defense said that the US government possesses “off-world vehicles not made on this earth.”
Enter New York UFO researcher Ryan Sprague to try to make sense of it all. “More people are waking up and accepting this phenomenon as a serious concern and the potential of world-changing implications,” he says.
Growing up in Syracuse and living in New York City for the past 10 years, Sprague said he had a life-altering encounter with a UFO in 1995 that changed him. He wrote “Somewhere in the Skies: A Human Approach to the UFO Phenomenon” in 2016, focusing on the individuals who had the experiences and how it changed their lives. A year later, he launched a weekly podcast of the same name.
Now, 200 episodes and two million downloads later, Sprague has released a second edition of “Somewhere in the Skies” where he follows up with many witnesses from the original book and also brings forward even more UFO cases that have never before been made public.
Stories that you may find shocking include one from a witness who says a giant UFO floated over a drive-in theater with carloads of onlookers, but no one can remember it. Or how a man’s experience of being visited by extraterrestrials sent him on a life journey to becoming a minister.
Check out somewhereintheskies.com for the podcast, extra content and news on Sprague’s speaking engagements and television appearances.
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