17 Burst results for "Falcon Lake"

"falcon lake" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:33 min | 9 months ago

"falcon lake" Discussed on KTRH

"Well. Refineries in the United States have dramatically stricter emissions controls as you can imagine, then any refineries do in China or any other nation Asian country So again, the emissions related Of those millions of barrels every day of crude, or they're gonna be dramatically higher. And as you always say, Kim, we all live on one planet. So the emissions globally is what matters, not just what we do in the United States. Exactly, And that's and I'm glad you brought that up, because that's exactly the point Here. Is that if any environmental list I listening to this show, which, by the way, I like to think I'm 12 because I live on the planet with you, and I like clean air and fresh water. But if anyone really thinks that the United States is not doing the very best job on the planet to make sure that there is proper oversight and regulation, and it's done the best capacity any other place on the planet. And yet we're getting ready to ship it out elsewhere. We're getting ready to lose those controls meaning like you said Trains on other methods are going to raise the admissions in the air. And where did we get ahead? And in any place we didn't and if anything, what we did was now we're more vulnerable to foreign oil. We're more vulnerable to foreign wars were more vulnerable to higher taxes and pain for now. Are importing of energy as opposed to having it right here. And this also equates to millions of jobs of loss that we're gonna lose, man. I really hope that the people who voted for this policy Understood what they were doing to themselves with that I want to close with one last thing. Tell us about Texas. So this federal ban and everything that's happening on these lands. How's that going to affect us? Is Texas. How are we going to absorb this hearing test? Yeah. I mean, it's gonna help Texas because we don't have any federal lands in Texas Speak of I mean, we had just a little tiny bit, but But you know so all the drilling rigs that are going to be able to drill and all the frack crews that are gonna be able to frack into Mexico. Most of that's just going to come into Texas in the Permian Basin and do those activities here. Of Texas will our production will get higher, you know, in our state budget will be helped by that, because of all the taxes and royalties coming into the state and into county governments as well. S O from the Texas just a Texas perspective. You know, I mean, I'm sure governor kept its thrilled to death because just yeah, for those dates that I think I read that Texas has like Maybe 5% of federal lands it said were own. It's privately owned 90 year old mean, we have Army and Navy bases and Falcon Lake. There's some drilling and Falcon Lake and you know that, But but otherwise, you know, we just don't have it in Texas and God blessed Texas for that. Well, it sure will be interesting to see what he does on that may be weak to hell. I guess I think we're in for a really the energy sectors and for really difficult time, But so is the consumer. Because this this cost is gonna be tripled. Back down to the consumer somewhere. Oh, yeah. And we're all gonna be paying more for electricity and more for gasoline, and then that's just part of it. That's right. That's right. When we return from break, we will be joined by Sean Straw Bridge, the CEO of the port of Corpus Christi. You're listening to an oil patch radio show and we'll be right back. Texas Alliance of Energy producers has a.

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"falcon lake" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"falcon lake" Discussed on KGO 810

"Nation's high and low ninety five at falcon lake Texas minus sixteen at Van Buren Maine and as one may guess it is a town named after president Martin Van Buren seventeen after this is America in the morning I'm John trout March is women's history month correspondent Linda Kenyon looks at recent efforts in the house to make the E. R. A. an amendment we want in the constitution of the United States of America that's Jackie spear the chief sponsor of the bill passed in the house to reopen the process to add the equal rights amendment to the U. S. constitution the house voted to thirty two to one eighty three to remove the nineteen eighty two deadline for the states to ratify the ERA the amendment prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex it was first passed by Congress in nineteen seventy two and that states were given an extension until nineteen eighty two to pass it states only reach that goal in January when Virginia became the thirty eight states to ratify the amendment house speaker Nancy Pelosi is one of the amendment's strongest supporters we take a giant step toward equality for women progress for families and a stronger America house Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler is also a strong supporter this is long overdue legislation to ensure that the equal rights amendment can finally become the twenty eighth amendment to the United States constitution but removing the deadline for ratification doesn't sit well with some Republicans in the house including representative Doug Collins of Georgia Congress does not have the power to do that and Collins said the equal rights amendment was really about something else entirely why do they want it because it gives a claim to start to finish unfettered abortion house minority leader Kevin McCarthy did not support the measure quoting Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg one of America's leading champions of women's rights the time has run out it's constitutionally doesn't hold so they have to begin again that's what Ruth pater Ginsburg said as a Supreme Court justice and that's what I believe and then there's an effort by five Republican attorneys general who are seeking to block the ERA saying their states rescinded their ratifications years ago with all of these road blocks in place the amendment is sure to face an uphill climb in the Senate still representative spear is not even close to giving up the fight the women of a Erica are done being second class citizens we are done being paid less for our work done being violated with impunity done being discriminated against for our pregnancies done being discriminated against simply because we are women Linda Kenyon Washington in sports men's N. C. A. A. college hoops on ranked St John's beat Creighton tenth ranked Creighton ninety one seventy one there were two other upsets number twenty three Ohio state beat number nineteen Michigan seventy seven sixty three unranked Stanford beat Colorado twenty first ranked seventy two sixty four number eleven a little full beat Virginia Tech sixty eight fifty two and at number twenty five Houston beat Cincinnati sixty eight fifty five nineteen passed the federal reserve's response to corona virus when American morning returns after these messages Carell G. with a wireless world and everyone needs a great pair of wireless ear buds so go with ray cons ray Khan started about half the price of any other premium wireless earbuds on the market and they sound just as amazing.

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"falcon lake" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"falcon lake" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The nation's high and low yesterday ninety one at falcon lake Texas minus twenty two at Langdon North Dakota seventeen after I'm John trout this is America in the morning you won't be seeing Russian teams and athletes on the field of play at international competitions the world body that combats the use of performance enhancing drugs has barred Russia from international competitions for a while Steve cast inbound reports rushes problem with athletes doping goes back several years in twenty sixteen some Russian athletes were not allowed to participate in the Rio Olympics because of a government sponsored doping program in twenty eighteen the international Olympic committee did not allow Russia to be represented by a national team during the winter games in South Korea but Russian athletes who did not have passed doping infractions were allowed to compete as individual competitors despite ongoing investigations into rushes doping programme IOC chairman Thomas Bach announced that the twenty eighteen games to Olympic athletes from Russia phased doping tests here in contract well now the world doping agency has ruled that Russia cannot participate in international competitions for four years because that country's anti doping agency did not fully comply with the international investigation it means Russia will not be able to participate in the twenty twenty Summer Games in Tokyo FIFA's World Cup and other major competitions Russia's prime minister Dmitry Medvedev responded to the ruling that is pushing you he said the decision was repetitive that its cited athletes who had already been punished Medvedev said anti Russian hysteria have become a chronic disease here just Russia sports agencies to file an appeal they had twenty one days to do so I'm Steve Castin bow in sports Major League Baseball World Series MVP Stephen Strasberg will remain playing with the Washington nationals general manager Mike Rizzo on his team's ace pitcher he's a player near and dear to my heart traffic sign developed turn into a super star right before our eyes with Washington on the front of this on the front of his chest so we couldn't be happier that we signed him long term he's a wonderful person a wonderful player and in a true champion Strasbourg has agreed to a record two hundred forty five million dollars seven year contract.

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"falcon lake" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"falcon lake" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Falcon lake Texas sixteen at copper basin. Idaho, the Nations High and low temperature yesterday. It's sixteen after this is America in the morning. I'm John trout. President Trump continues to say it's case closed, but Democrats have a number of high profile hearings and votes this week that show just the opposite correspondent Linda Kenyon has the story. It's going to be a busy week starting with the House Judiciary committee hearing today entitled lessons from the mullahs report presidential obstruction and other crimes. The star witnesses John dean, the former White House counsel, Richard Nixon, who assisted with the Watergate cover up and pleaded guilty to obstruction before becoming a key prosecution witness dean served four months in prison. Democratic congressman David cellini, a member of the House Judiciary committee says if anyone can educate the American people about obstruction of Justice. It's John dean, what we really want the American people to know is that the president directed individuals to create false documents to give to lie to investigators to try to prevent this investigation from going. Ford, John dean has been a vocal critic of the president and Trump isn't a fan of dean either in a Sunday tweet. The president called dean quoting here, a sleazebag attorney Sicily tells Fox News Sunday, the committee is undaunted by the president's tweets, we're not gonna let the president Gaijin a cover up and prevent the American people from learning the truth. What's the truth wonders Republican congressman Mark meadows? He tells Fox News Sunday morning futures. The Democrats have completely missed the point from their Mullah report on Russian election meddling, it seems like all roads lead to Russia in the mother report. And actually, what we're seeing in the evidence doesn't suggest that in other words says meadows, the FBI should have gone after Russia and instead of going after Russia, they went after the president of the United States, Representative cellini, describes that is a kind of smokescreen this president must be accountable for his own conduct. And that's just Monday on Tuesday. The house has scheduled a vote to authorize contempt cases against attorney general William bar, and former White House counsel. Don Mcgann for failing to comply with subpoenas from the House Judiciary committee, Representative meadows, again on FOX says he would like to see the FBI come under a microscope because of the way the agency handled the now infamous Steele dossier, which many believe is what triggered the Muller investigation in the first place. There's a cover up that happen. Maybe the issue of cover-ups will be addressed with skip ahead to Wednesday. That's when Representative Adam Schiff, the chairman of the house intelligence committee will hold a hearing on what he calls, the serious counterintelligence concerns, raised by the mullahs report. Linda Kenyon, Washington in sports, there will be a game seven in the Stanley Cup final. The Bruins top the blues five one and Saint Louis to even the series at three games. Peace game seven Wednesday in Boston. Kevin Durant took to the practice floor yesterday. First time in over a month, giving Golden State hope he'll play in game five of the NBA.

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"falcon lake" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"falcon lake" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"It's fourteen pass with spring just around the corner AccuWeather dot com. Meteorologist Courtney spe Mer is watching numerous wet weather scenarios on your Monday forecast. Several storms are expected to bring some spots across the country on this Monday storm will be moving across the southeast today. Continuing to bring a swath of rain showers and even some thunderstorms across the Carolinas through Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, even northern Florida and eastern, Louisiana. This rain is not expected to be heavy throughout the day. So flash flooding is not anticipated to be a wide spread concern, however will make things soggy perhaps a few travel delays across the area. Another storm will move into northern New Mexico today bringing periods of snow and the Colorado and northern New Mexico mountains with rain showers across the rest of the region. Snowfall amounts are expected to be light. But the highest elevations could certainly see several inches of snow by the end of the day. A third storm will move into southern. In California, by way of Baja California in Mexico today. This will bring a few rain showers to the region as well. A southern Arizona by the afternoon. Once again rain is not expected to be heavy for much of the day. So flash flooding will remain a spotty as far as we go through the routes of the country much of the area's dry with lots of high pressure in Illinois, and well as Nevada our there could be a few snow showers across northern New England for a time as a storm moves out of the region can also see some rain or snow showers moving into northwestern Washington by the end of the day. And that's the weather across America in Washington DC for today. We'll see mostly sunny skies. It will be breezy and mild high of sixty two for the afternoon for Seattle. Mostly cloudy skies expected with a late day shower will see a high near fifty one degrees. That's the nation's weather. Amac, you weather dot com. Meteorologist Courtney Mer ninety three at falcon lake Texas, minus nineteen big Black River main the Nations High and low. Low temperatures yesterday sixteen after the hour. This.

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"falcon lake" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"falcon lake" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Ninety one at falcon lake Texas part of the Rio Grande river on the US border with Mexico, minus thirty six academy manga. Minnesota near the US Canadian border. It's sixteen after this is America in the morning. I'm John trout with a vote of two hundred forty five to one hundred eighty six the house has officially rebuked President Trump's declaration of a national emergency to build a border wall. Correspondent Linda Kenyon has that story from Capitol Hill through that declaration from plans to take funding from the military to build a border wall. After congress said no Democrat, David cellini says yes, there are problems at the border, but an emergency. There is no emergency at the border Republican. Tom Reed disagreed. I do believe there's an emergency crisis at the border. I do believe that the president given the years and decades of delegation of authority from congress to the president's office has the authority to take the action that he is taking democrat Barbara Lee said the action the president wants to take exceeds his authority. This emergency declaration is a blatant attempt to subvert the constitution and get around congress power of the purse. Allow the president to do the job. He was elected to do and secure the southern border Republican Michael Burgess who urged the house not to challenge the president over the border wall. The problem said democrat Norma Torres is that this is not an emergency. What the president has chosen to do is political theater? House minority leader Kevin McCarthy said if anyone is playing politics, it's not the president. They just now want to oppose something because President Trump oppo supports it. House. Speaker Nancy Pelosi urged members of the house to consider a larger question, whatever you think about the wall. Let's just put that aside for moment. And whatever you think about where you take the money from the where you put it, which is substantial, but putting that aside from the question is what do you think about yourself, your congress, your conscience your oath of office? And then she put it more directly is your oath of office to Donald Trump or is your oath of office to the constitution of the United States. The resolution next. Goes to the Senate where majority leader Mitch McConnell says he's not so sure the president's declaration of a national emergency is completely legal abbot. Richard total conclusion McConnell says Republicans oppose that question to some top Justice department, lawyers while the constitutionality of the president's declaration may be fuzzy to psalm one thing is certain we'll certainly be voting on it probably before the end of March. And if it passes in the Senate as it did in the house, President Trump promises to veto it. Linda Kenyon, Capitol Hill in sports, top twenty five college basketball. The hokies knock off the blue devils. Third ranked Duke lost for the second time in three games since losing freshman Cy on Williamson to a niece brain last week Virginia Tech wins seventy seven seventy two. It's eighteen past SpaceX launch planned and expansion at a major automaker. When America in the morning continues after these messages..

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"falcon lake" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"falcon lake" Discussed on KTOK

"Good evening, everyone. You're in the right place at the right time. This is coast to coast AM blasting out of the Mojave desert like a Chirac, oh glazing across the lamp slamming into your radio like a supercharged nanoparticle unobtainable. Greetings from the boldest body. Most outrageous city in the world planetary capital of sun, fun sin sex and secrets might not so humble hometown, Las Vegas, Nevada. My name is George navigational host designated driver of the airwaves and moderator of tonight's upcoming cacophonous cavalcade of conversation, we gather here around the electron campfire on what is an auspicious celestial occasion. Did you get outside tonight to check out the lunar eclipse, if you are listening live, and if you live in North America, and if you don't have a lot of cloud cover where you live you can still get a glimpse of it? It's still underway spectacular. Her eerie awesome. I mean, any full eclipse is pretty cool. But it just so happens. This one occurred on what astronomers call a super blood wolf moon super blood wolf moon. Sounds like something I'd make up just to sound spooky. But no, that's what it's called seems like a tent, right? Should be a harbinger of something a title title of a slasher movie. Maybe and with a name like that something big should happen tonight. You know, an night per skin walkers to prowl, or where wolves to how strange things to appear in the skies. Well, we'll do our best live up to the mood of the occasion. And are glad you're here to how along with us? You can't look anywhere. These days without seeing something about you television programs. Dramas documentaries radio shows evening newscasts podcast. It's everywhere. Saturating our brains. I don't know if it's UFO overload. But sometimes it feels like an and the stories about secret studies, like eight tip the TSA venture the rumors of big things to come lots of scuttle butt out there and a lot of pushback to from people who don't want any of this to be true or don't like it because they're not part of what's unfolding, so they dump on it. I've seen that with these new the history channel series project. Blue book this drama. Quite a lot of snark from the UFO crowd about this show because you know, gasp, it's a drama. It's a scripted program. It's got actress in it. It's not word for word minute by minute recitation of exact events. It's not a PHD dissertation. That's not a scientific paper. It's a television show based on real events based on I'd advise people to chill out a little bit. But you know, when you you survey the landscape what's unfolding in our world, the temperament of the times, you know, no one wants to chill out about anything. Everyone's got a gripe about something. And and everyone seems to have a gigantic chip on their shoulders just daring someone to tip it off. And that is true in the UFO world is well, I have not had a chance to sit down and watch the entire. I two associates, but what I've seen looks pretty good, very X files. Kind of vibe to it for millions of people who might just now be learning about project blue book, the real thing. I think the program is valuable. It's not a documentary. It's a tool though, for familiarizing the public with some of the basics that we talk about on this program a lot that there really was a secret air force study that they tried but failed to explain away. All these you up. Oh cases and incidents that the project ended blue book that is but secret studies did not timely news in later the claims by. Pentagon that a more recent secret study of your foes, eight tip also known as Alsop ended years ago. It's all done. It didn't find anything of interest. So they ended. Well, that's what the Pentagon says. It didn't. The study continues. I don't know what they call a now. But it's still underway despite the denials and these statements from Pentagon spokespersons, and maybe we'll be able to chat about that tonight because both of our guests. This evening will be at least nibbling around the edges of blue book. And what the government knows coming up in the second half of the program one of the best documented, but least heralded UFO encounters of all time falcon lake nineteen sixty seven a man named Stefan. Michele came face to face with a mysterious craft that had landed in a remote area, and this encounter changed his life in profound ways that also spilled over in his family's life as well. Michelle act son, STAN as collaborated on a book about that incident, and the fallout his co author is a science writer and investigator Chris rutkowski, they put together a thorough and entertaining and well-grounded account of that incident, and more importantly what happened after? Afterward to Mr Michel AC that's coming up a little bit later. I though how many times have you heard the old chestnut from UFO D bunkers about how you of. Oh, true. Believers are just chasing flying saucers in an attempt to find God that their search for aliens is really a search for the supreme being a substitute or organized religion. Or maybe it supplanted religion taken the place of faith to fill a hole in their otherwise shallow empty, lives know, the intersection of religion and UFO's has been explored before. And we've talked about it a little bit on this show tonight, though, we take things to an entirely different level, Dr Dianna walls. Pacifica is a professor of religious studies at university of North Carolina Wilmington, she spent the last several years immersing herself. And you up study looking at it from the perspective of a religious scholar to see if we are in fact, witnessing the birth of a new religion. But I think after. Reading her book. I'd say that what she found as maybe bigger than that her vantage point looking at this intersection of UFO's and religion and technology is explained in this new book American cosmic, and it's it's populated with many names that you and the audience will know, very well from listening to coast iconic figures in this field who have shared profound lessons along the way. Dr Soka joins me momentarily, and I've been looking forward to this or months ever since I learned about her book coming out webmaster, lex loan hood. And I pulled together our usual assortment of items and oddities culled from various media sources around the world, we call it. Naps news. You can find it on the coast to coast website, look for a big spooky photo of full moon taken through some tree branches illuminated by a light of a campfire. That's what we call a scene setter. Folks that is a photo that was taken in the middle. Homestead of skin Walker ranch on a full moon last March among the stories, we have tonight in case, you did not read the New York Times piece about the project blue book TV series, we haven't and I'm not here to plug the show. I don't have anything to do with the show. But I wanted to mention the story because it was written by two of the three journalists who worked on the blockbuster report, December two thousand seventeen in the New York Times about atypical. Luella zondo. Put the TV show into the context of what is unfolding around us right now. Good piece, Leslie Cain. Our colleague is one of the writers as a corollary to that story. We have a new piece written by Luella Zondo himself, which looks at the meaning of paranormal basically, he thinks everything is paranormal until it isn't until we understand it in scientific terms. And he thinks one day you f os and related phenomena will be better. Understood and will no longer have the aura of.

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"falcon lake" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"falcon lake" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"And he didn't notice that the thickness of the wall was actually quite significant two of the order of about a foot. So it's all consistent with some sort of machine has he described it and was certainly one of the few people who had gotten that close to something. And and unfortunately got a little too close because he was injured. Well, the guy said in his personal account. There are some very specific details the changing colors, which you hear it a lot of you up. Oh reports the sulfur smell that that stuck with them. I guess for a long time. It did. Yeah. I think it's important to remember that that his background as an industrial mechanic and eventually as a millwright he and he was an artist he painted. He drew so for him to sketch the craft while it sat on the ground, and and to add ins, like approximate dimensions and details about the color, and and the metal and all that stuff. That's typical dad. I mean, that's that's very typical of of of his observation and for him to to to look at this craft into almost admire, you know, how how it looked and how was built again, very typical. And and I think it's important to note that at no time in his life right up until he died at no. Oh time did he say to anybody? This was absolutely extra terrestrial when people asked him what he saw he would answer with. I don't know you tell me, and I think it's important that we don't automatically assume that this is extra terrestrial, but all of the other evidence, and all of the things that we know about what was going on in the world in nineteen sixty seven certainly points in that direction. So you know, you you you can say one thing and believe in other. And and wow that is that is a hard road to home. What about the long-term effects on the family you have siblings? Stan. And a wanted know how it affected them and then your parents marriage. I mean, parents marriage wasn't great to begin with my mother rejoined, my father with his with his son and daughter, my brother and sister ten years after he came to Canada because. Because of what was going on in Poland, the political situation, they they did not get outta Poland until ten years later. So. She came to Canada to reunite her children with their father, and she came based on duty and obligation as much as anything else. So their marriage was was not terrific to begin with. It was based on a lot of of, you know, traditional this is what you do. This is what you must do. So they were already not a strange, but they were they were on on difficult ground. My sister, really distanced herself from what was going on in the home. She she was going to university at the time. She was also on a TV show singing her career was to be invoice. So she really did not want to partake. My brother on the other hand was the family guardian. He was probably nineteen or twenty. At the time. And he became our our doorman he became the filter. He became the guardian, and he literally feel that all the phone calls and answer the door and try to isolate insulate I guess dad from the outside as much as possible. So he really he really remembered the time in later years you remember the time is being very stressful. I was bullied in school. Of course, I'll tell you what we're gonna come back to that. On the other side need to take a break here right now. Talking about when they appeared falcon lake nineteen sixty seven encounter with STAN Malik and Chris Kelsey and men without hats, take us into the break. Coast insiders,.

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"falcon lake" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"falcon lake" Discussed on 710 WOR

"But what was going on in the world in nineteen sixty seven certainly points in that direction. So you know, you you can say one thing and believe another and and wow that is that is a hard road to home. What about the long term effects on the family you have siblings? Stan. And a wanted know how it affected them and then your parents marriage. I mean at marriage wasn't great to begin with my mother rejoined, my father with his with his son and daughter, my brother and sister ten years after he came to Canada because of what was going on in Poland, the political situation, they did not get outta pull until ten years later. So she came to Canada to reunite her children with their father, and she came based on duty obligation as much as. Anything else? So their marriage was was not terrific to begin with. It was based on a lot of of, you know, traditional this is what you do. This is what you must do. So they were already not a strange, but they were they were on on difficult ground. My sister, really distanced herself from what was going on in the home. She she was going to university at the time. She was also on TV show singing her career was to be invoice. So she really did not want to partake. My brother on the other hand was the family guardian. He was probably nineteen or twenty at the time. And he became our our doorman he became the filter. He became the guardian and he literally feel that all the phone. Calls and answer the door and try to isolate insulate I guess dad from the outside as much as possible. So he really he really remembered the time in later years you remember the time is being very stressful. I was bullied in school. Of course, I'll tell you what we're gonna come back to that. On the other side need to take a break here right now talking about when they appeared falcon lake nineteen sixty seven encounter with STAN mahalick, and Chris Rakowski and men without at stake us into the break. Coast insiders, the new version of the coast to coast AM app is now available for iphone and now Android four dot own above. Listen, live or on-demand, anywhere anytime..

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"falcon lake" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"falcon lake" Discussed on WLAC

"The fire. We're talking about when they appeared falcon lake nineteen sixty seven the inside story of a close encounter. That's the title of a new book by STAN mahalick, and Chris rock hausky. When we come back. We're going to jump into a fire of our own the and get a description of the injuries suffered by STAN mahalick, they were serious and well-documented and undeniable and there's much more to come here on coast to coast AM. There are a lot of details about the Roswell U F O crash that happened in nineteen forty seven which just don't add up. There was too much attention paid to it by the government for to have been a hot air balloon, and I'm not buying it. The more you look at all the details and how the government acted the more. I'm convinced. It's a cover of something very odd and intriguing you won't want to miss this out of the world new series, Roswell New Mexico arriving Tuesdays on the CW. That's Tuesdays on the CW. Don't miss it. When my cardiologist told me I needed to take statin drug to lower my cholesterol. He also told me that it can lower my natural levels of coq ten he told me to take Kunal. It has the number one cardiologists recommended form of coq ten a very important nutrient for a healthy heart and healthy blood pressure levels. Kunal with three times better absorption has the number one cardiologist recommended form of coq ten take Kunal the better co Q ten. I'm.

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"falcon lake" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

17:01 min | 2 years ago

"falcon lake" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Welcome back. Chris Rakowski is a Canadian science writer and educator. He's written for more than thirty years about UFO's, including nine published books that and related issues and a collection of short stories as well, San mahalick is presently at the end of three professions. He's enjoyed over his lifetime. I the military including UN peacekeeping tour while in the army, then a stint in the air force. His second career was in media as a news man on radio and television and more recently has been working in graphic design. He's the son of the man at the center of the falcon lake UFO incident. Canada's most celebrated you up oh case stand. First of all, I wanna apologize to you. For mispronouncing your last name, your dad's last name for all these years about I hope you'll forgive us. An glad to have you here. Yes. I'm glad to be here. George. Thank you. And not to worry. It's been mispronounced forever. I would imagine got it. Right. And so did you. So we're. It's all good. And Chris I have a hard time believing that this is the first time you've been on coast to coast with all the work you've done on the topic us it's late. But I am glad you're here. A long time coming George. Let's let's start Kris with you. If you could sort of lay out the nuts and bolts of what happened on that day to stands father what he saw and what the immediate consequences were. Well, you know, the the Reader's Digest version is that may the twentieth. Nineteen sixty seven. Was a fairly nice weekend. Up in Canada's actually a recreation of the weekend, the are coming on the trees and the Hollick was doing some amateur prospecting. He was bit of a rock hound and he went to a fairly remote location. It. I've been this area of few times before falcon lake is about oh, you know, an hour north of the American border so fairly rugged and he had gone into the woods after spending the night at a motel in the town of falcon lake and somewhere around nude. 'cause he added in the morning had done some chipping and looking at rocks and stopping along the leave it around dooney stop for lunch. And as he was having his lunch. There is a big commotion because the geese on a little lake below him. Looks good on a ridge. Took off do they were startled by something. You've thought maybe there is a fair, and he looked around couldn't see anything. But in the sky was was a set of to Hollywood style flying saucers initially. They were they're very very bright white and one proceeded to come down closer and closer and appeared to land on a rock outcropping. And I I get it looks something like a Hollywood style. Flying saucer disc shaped with a top lates coming from the top. And as you watched this from coaching down behind a rock is the bushes. He was puzzled is what he was seeing. He was thinking what is this? He had a background a little bit in the military, selfless familiar with aircraft. This was the age of Apollo Gus Grissom, and others are just passed away. Just a few months earlier. So space was on the news that maybe this was some sort of American version of the the lunar module that has gone astray. And and. Became convinced to that win as he's watching us over the period about a half an hour. Door opens in the site and more lights came out, and he could hear some high pitched voices. And he thought perhaps this was an indication that people inside. So he stood up thinking that this is some sort of spacecraft that the Americans were using and oh, excuse me. And. He approached it calling out if you need some help, a number of languages just get any response by this time it walked up close to it. Touch the side of it. His gloved hands got burned through the gloves because this thing was very very hot. He pulled back and the whole saucer typed object rotated there was a exhaust events that happened to be right in this Al last of hot gas hits him in the chest knocks him to the ground sets his clothes on fire takes off, and he's left reeling. Very very, very nauseous, the tears his shirt off leaves if they're realizes he's sick and medical attention gets back to civilization eventually where he's taken to a hospital for for examination by by doctors in an emergency room and move 'em. The investigation begins, and that's just the start of the story. Yeah. We'll we'll get the consequences a little bit later. Stan your dad what kind of guy was he because here he is in the middle of nowhere. A flying saucer lands on the ground. He walks up to it and sticks his head in. Well, I think the best way to describe my dad, and his initial reaction is a quote that he often used to describe the scene and as a as a child, I grew up hearing him say all these things. So it didn't come as a surprise to me. But is reaction to seeing the craft for the first time is what the hell is that? And that is typical of my father. He was not fearless. But he had been through the war the second World War as partisan in Poland. He had seen and done a lot of very interesting things. So he was the man who was given to cheer. He was more curious than any. So I think I think that is the the snapshot that you've got a paint of this guy. I mean, he's he's a middle class. Industrial mechanic. He he is a straightforward guy. He's had a tough life, but he's made a new life in Canada after the war. He came here. So he's got a lot to be thankful for he's he's pursuing one of his favorite hobbies. He's in the Bush, which is one of his favorite things. So to him. This was not something to be afraid of him. This was a curiosity. So when he sat there and watched this thing on the ground for a while. He actually sketched a drawing of it while it was sitting there because he didn't have a camera. But when he saw the the the portal open any heard what he thought could be voices immediately. He's thinking, oh, well, I know what this is it's an American test craft, obviously, they're in trouble. Why else would they land in the middle of nowhere? So I'm gonna help them out. So as he gets closer, and he strives to examine the. Craft. He's getting more and more curious. He's saying things to himself. Like, wow, what a remarkable craftsmanship. Wow. This is this is quite the quite the crap look at night. It's got no seam. It's gotten rid this is pretty special and it's pretty hot. And it's pretty bright. And I don't understand it. So for him. It was all about the the the curiosity in the not understanding what it was. He was looking at the only time the moment that he became afraid is the moment he was injured when the craft left, and he was he was there with with burns chest, and and nausea and vomiting, and that's the that's the time. When his curiosity became fear. Chris you write that he tried to communicate with the inhabitants. He's hearing these voices hearing chitchat sort of and he used several different languages to try to get their attention. Right. Yeah. Absolutely. He who I called out in English. Of course, you know, Yankee boy, do you need any help will help. Very very helpful fellow. I'd known them as well. And that's very typical of the type of person he was but getting no response in English. As a matter of fact, voices had stopped segue. Maybe it's not the American. So we called out in a number of other language. He was multi-lingual having come from the war in from the eastern Europe. And that didn't provoke any response either. So he certainly was others. What this thing was. And STAN this would not be unusual for him to be out there by himself prospecting. And in addition. I mean, he is not a UFO guy. He's not reading flying, saucer magazines. He's not talking about you oppose or aliens at home. So this would be really the first time that that the family. Here's him mentioned, this kind of thing. Absolutely dad was a nature lover he spent a lot of time before the war in Poland in the in the forest Poland when he came here in nineteen forty seven he realized that Canada was massive and filled with all kinds of opportunities to to be in the Bush. He went to a a number of courses in Laurent's scotch when which is the province next to Manitoba and took a lot of courses on geology, and essentially what he was doing was. He was thinking look the the hills in the mountains of this country are filled with precious minerals. If I could just you know, go, and look and see I I might be able to find them, and that gave them another excuse to be in the Bush, and and to be in in the forest, and and that's what he loved to do. So no, it was not unusual for him to be there on his own. He was completely at ease in the Bush. I spent a lot of money useful years with him. I learned about trail-blazing, and you know, being in the in the wilderness. I had no problem with it. And and the the whole idea of UFO's was absolutely foreign to us. We saw the stories in the papers in the supermarket lineups in the tabloids, and we ignore them. We had absolutely no interest in that stuff whatsoever. My brother and I were interested in aviation, and what was going on in the aviation world. But beyond. That no we had absolutely no no interest whatsoever. In UFO's, Chris in the book, there's a photo of you being interviewed for the television program unsolved mysteries. I think it was back in nineteen Eighty-nine nine which by itself would tell how long you've worked on this and how diligently, but it actually goes back much further than that. I think there's a tiny little mention in the back of the book that you had known the family since childhood. Yes, absolutely affects down, and I was just talking about this the other day that we've known each other as kids you're quite young back that night. Somewhere there. And we we live just a matter of I think two or three blocks apart and we had encountered each other at one point road bikes together. And it was quite interesting. Of course, I wasn't interested in flying saucers back then or UFO's by eventually just a matter of ten years later is so when I got into university that I. I was doing some investigation on my own. And I realized I wanted to or about people who've seen UFO's and some of the experiences they've had thought of the Pollock family, and I approached the they they very graciously allows me to their whole talking to talk in detail about some of the experiences that mister Mahala could had, but you and STAN had gone to school together. I think it's. Unless I had gone to the same school. I don't think standard. I don't. I don't think we actually classes together where we know. No. And and once we once we left grade school and moved onto high school. We went separate ways so sort of lost touch with each other right after grade school, and Chris, I know you're you're both both of you guys were young, but you have any conscious memory of any UFO story at that young age or were you're just too young day to catch your attention at that time. Not really again. I wasn't. I mean, we again like stab saying that we saw the stuff tabloids television at one point. But I wasn't all that aware of. I do have this vague recollection coming over to to to stance place in wanting to ride bikes. And you said, you know, my dad wasn't feeling well because of what had happened to him or something along those lines. And I said, okay. And I went on my Barry way. So at that point. I wasn't all that interested. But you know, it was certainly more impactful on the stabs childhood definitely big time. Yeah. This the book describes it. I mean, it was a major incident for your family that affected the family for years as stand can you recall? I know you're nine years old. But can you recall your father coming home after this thing happened, and we'll get into the medical effects later? But when you first saw him afterward was it clear what was going on. Well, it was it was absolutely not clear at all George. I mean, we I I was I was moved into my basement. I shared the room with my parents, oddly enough house is very small we had very little room. So when dad came home on that weekend. I was moved into the basement because I was told that he had been hurt and that he was sick. And that mother was going to nursing back to health in the bedroom would become his sick room. And there was no room for me. And I get to move out. So I was moved bed and the whole nine yards right down to the basement. And I discovered that in our little house. If you climbed up the stairs that lead from the basement, you reached a small landing at the back door, then they were four more steps that led to the hallway in the house. And if you sat on the landing the hallway acted like a like a tunnel, and it literally brought every little bit of conversation rates to that landing. So I could as a very clever and incorrigible little nine year olds sit on the landing and listen to the. Goings on in the house. So that's where I started hearing all of the wonderful things that were happening in the house. And and it was completely and utterly bewildering. You mentioned it a couple of times in the book that your mom was not happy about this whole conversation. Absolutely. Not she. You know, it's it's an interesting mothers have a very interesting lot in life. Don't they? Here was a man who had this extraordinary story. And here was a woman with three children. It was me. My brother who was about ten years older than I was my sister. And she is trying to maintain some sense of normalcy in the home while this story is starting to spread. And of course, the aftermath is this begins to build like a bad storm. But at the at the time at the time when he came home, it was all about concern for his for his health and all that. So so she literally became the, you know, the the bearer of everything she had to handle everything and try and keep everything together and more importantly look out for the the health and wellbeing over family. So she really had a quite a quite a plateful. And and just to be fair. I think in latter years, my mother really did rule the home. But at the time, you know, I think originally their conversation. I didn't hear it all but their conversation would contain something. Like, all no, you're not telling anybody. That's how it started..

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"falcon lake" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

17:01 min | 2 years ago

"falcon lake" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Welcome back. Chris Rakowski is a Canadian science writer and educator. He's written for more than thirty years about you up owes including nine published books that and related issues and a collection of short stories as well, San mahalick is presently at the end of three professions. He's enjoyed over his lifetime. I the military including UN peacekeeping tour while in the army, then a stint in the air force. His second career was in media as a news man on radio and television and more recently has been working and graphic design. He's the son of the man at the center of the falcon lake UFO incident. Canada's most celebrated up oh case stand. First of all, I want apologize. For mispronouncing your last name, your dad's last name for all these years about I hope you'll forgive us. And I'm glad to have you here. Yes. I'm glad to be here. George. Thank you and not to worry. It's been mispronounced forever. Match got it. Right. And so did you. So we're all good. And Chris I have been hard time believing that this is the first time you've been on coast to coast with all the work you've done on the topic us it's late. But I I'm glad you're here. A long time coming glad to be here, George. Let's let's start Kris with you. If you could sort of lay out the nuts and bolts of what happened on that day to stands father what he saw and what the immediate consequences were. Well, you know, the the Reader's Digest version is that may the twentieth. Nineteen sixty seven was a fairly nice. We end up in Canada's actually a recreation of the weekend. The leaves are coming on the trees and stuff. The Hollick was doing some amateur prospecting a rock hound and he went to a fairly remote location. Hit. I've been to this area of few times before falcon lake is about oh, you know, an hour north of the American border so fairly rugged and he had gone into the woods after spending the night at a motel in the town of falcon lake and similar around nude 'cause he entered the woods. In the morning and had done some chipping and looking at rocks and stopping along the leave it around dooney stop for lunch. And as he was having his lunch. There is a big commotion because the geese on a little lake below him. He looks good on a ridge took off. Do. They were startled by something that maybe there is a bear. And he looked around couldn't see anything. But in the sky was was a set of two Hollywood style flying saucers initially. They were they very very bright white and one proceeded to come down closer and closer and appeared to land on a rock outcropping. And again, it looks something like a Hollywood style. Flying saucer disc shaped with a top lights coming from the top. And as you watched this from coaching down behind the rock is the bushes. He was puzzled is what he was seeing. He was thinking what is this? He had a background a little bit in the military of selfish familiar with aircraft. This was the age of Apollo Gus Grissom, and others are just passed away. Just a few months earlier so space with the news that maybe this was some sort of American version of the lunar module has gone astray. And and he became convinced that win as he's watching over the period about a half an hour. Thorough puts them aside and more lights came out, and he could hear some high pitched voices. And he thought perhaps this was an indication people inside. So he stood up thinking that this is some sort of spacecraft that the Americans were using and accusing. And. He approached it calling out of you need some help and number of languages just get any response by this time, I walked up close to it. Touch the side of it. His gloved hands got burned through the glove because this thing was very very hot. He pulled back and the whole saucer typed object rotated, there was a an exhaustive. And that happened to be rate in this viewed Al last of hot gas hits him in the chest knocks him to the ground his clothes on fire gonna think takes off, and he's left reeling. Very very, very nauseous, the tears his shirt off leaves if they're realizes he's sick and the medical attention gets back to civilization eventually where he's taken to a hospital for examination by by doctors in an emergency room and end the investigation begins, and that's just the start of the story. Yeah. We'll we'll get to the consequences a little bit later. Stan your dad what kind of guy was he because here he is in the middle of nowhere. A flying saucer lands on the ground. He walks up to it sticks. His head in. Well, I think the best way to describe my dad, and his initial reaction is a quote that he often used to describe the scene and as a as a child, I grew up hearing him say all these things. So it didn't come as a prize to me. But is reaction to seeing the craft for the first time is what the hell is that? And that is typical of my father. He was not fearless. But he had been through the war the second World War as partisan in Poland. He had seen and done a lot of very interesting things. So he wasn't a man who was given to cheer. He was more curious than any. So I think I think that is the the snapshot then you've got to paint of this guy. I mean, he's he's a middle class. Industrial mechanic. He he is a straightforward guy. He's had a tough life, but he's made a new life in Canada after the worry came here. So he's got a lot to be thankful for ease. He's pursuing one of his favorite hobbies. He's in the Bush, which is one of his favorite things. So to him. This was not something to be afraid of him. This was a curiosity. So when he sat there and watched this thing on the ground for a while. He actually sketched a drawing of it while it was sitting there because he didn't never camera. But when he saw the the portal open any heard what he thought could be voices immediately. He's thinking, oh, well, I know what this is it's an American test craft, obviously, they're in trouble. Why else would they land in the middle of nowhere? So I'm going to help them out. So as he gets closer, and he starts to examine the. Craft. He's getting more and more curious. He's saying things to himself. Like, wow. What a remarkable craftsmanship. Wow. This is this is quite the quite the crap. Look at that. It's got no seems it's gotten rid this is pretty special and it's pretty hot. And it's pretty bright. And I don't understand it. So for him. It was all about the the curiosity in the not understanding what it was. He was looking at the only time the moment that he became afraid is the moment he was injured when the craft left, and he was he was there with with burns chest, and and nausea and vomiting, and that's the that's the time. When his curiosity became fear. Chris you write that he tried to communicate with the inhabitants. He's hearing these voices hearing chitchat sort of and he used several different languages to try to get their attention. Right. Yeah. Absolutely. He who I called out in English. Of course, you know, Yankee boy, you'd need any help will help. Very very helpful fellow. They build them as well. And that's very typical of the type of person he was but getting no response in English. As a matter of fact, the voices had stopped second. Well, maybe it's not the American. So he called out in a number of other language. He was multi-lingual having come from the war in the eastern Europe. And that didn't provoke any response either. So he certainly was huddled. As what this thing was. And. Stan this would not be unusual for him to be out there by himself prospecting. And in addition. I mean, he is not a UFO guy. He's not reading flying, saucer magazines. He's not talking about you up oser aliens at home. So this would be really the first time that that the family. Here's him mentioned, this kind of thing. Absolutely. No dad was a a nature lover. He spent a lot of time before the war in Poland in the in the forest Poland when he came here in nineteen forty seven he realized that Canada was massive and filled with all kinds of opportunities to to be in the Bush. He went to a a number of courses in Laurent's scotch when which is the province next to Manitoba and took a lot of courses on geology, and essentially what he was doing was. He was thinking look the the hills in the mountains of this. Country are filled with precious minerals. If I could just you know, go, and look and see I might be able to find them, and that gave them another excuse to be in the Bush, and and to be in the forest, and and that's what he loved to do. So no, it was not unusual for him to be there on his own. He was completely at ease in the Bush. I spent a lot of money useful years with him. I learned about trail-blazing, and you know, being in the in the wilderness. I had no problem with it. And and the the whole idea of UFO's was absolutely foreign to us. We saw the stories in the papers in the supermarket lineups in the tabloids. And we ignored them. We had absolutely no interest in that stuff whatsoever. My brother, and I were interested in aviation, and what was going on in the world. But beyond that. No, we had absolutely no no interest. Whatsoever. In UFO's, Chris in the book, there's a photo of you being interviewed for the television program unsolved mysteries. I think it was back in nineteen eighty nine which by itself would tell how long you've worked on this and how diligently, but it actually goes back much further than that. I think there's a tiny little mention in the back of the book that you had known the family since childhood. Yes, absolutely affects down, and I was just talking about this the other day that we've known each other as kids requiring back that night. Somewhere there. And we we live just a matter of I think two or three blocks apart, and we'd have countered each other at one point road bikes together. And it was quite interesting. Of course, I wasn't interested in flying saucers back then or UFO's, but eventually just a matter of ten years later is so when I got into university that I I was doing some investigation on my own. And I realized I wanted to horrible people who've seen UFO's and some of the experiences they've had immediately thought of the polish family, and I approached them, but they they very graciously allows me into their home to talk and talk in detail about some of the experiences that mister Mahala could had, but you and STAN had gone to school together. I think it's. Unless I had gone to the same school. I don't think standard. I don't. I don't think we actually classes together where we know. And and once we once we left grade school and moved onto high school, we went separate ways. So we sort of lost touch with each other right after grade school, and Chris, I know you're you're both both of you guys were young, but you have any conscious memory of any UFO story at that young age or were you're just too young day to catch your attention at that time. Not really again. I wasn't. I mean again like stab was saying we saw the stuff on the tabloids and stuff like a television at one point. But I wasn't all that aware of. I do have this vague recollection coming over to to to stands place in wanting to ride bikes. And it said, you know, my dad wasn't feeling well because of what had happened to him or something along those lines. And I said, okay. And I went on my Barry way. So at that point. I wasn't all that interested. But you know, it was certainly more impactful on the stabs childhood definitely big time. Yeah. This the book describes it. I mean, it was a major incident for your family that affected the family for years at as stand. Can you recall? I know you're nine years old. But can you recall your father coming home after this thing happened, and we'll get into the medical effects later? But when you first saw him afterward was it clear what was going on. Well, it was it was absolutely not clear at all George. I mean, we I I was I was moved into my basement. I shared the room with my parents, oddly enough house is very small we had very little room. So when dad came home on that weekend. I was moved into the basement because I was told that he had been hurt and that he was sick. And that mother was going to nursing back to health in the bedroom would become his sick room. And there was no room for me. And I get to move out. So I was moved bed and the whole nine yards right down to the basement. And I discovered that in our little house. If you climbed up the stairs that lead from the basement, you reached a small landing at the back door, then they were four more steps that led to the hallway in the house. And if you sat on the landing the hallway acted like a like a tunnel, and it literally brought every little bit of conversation rates to that landing. So I could as a very clever and incorrigible little nine year olds sit on the landing and listened to the. Goings on in the house. So that's where I started hearing all of the wonderful things that were happening in the house. And and it was completely and utterly bewildering. You mentioned it a couple of times in the book that your mom was not happy about this whole conversation. Absolutely. Not she. You know, it's it's an interesting mothers have a very interesting lot in life. Don't they? Here was a man who had this extraordinary story. And here was a woman with three children. It was me. My brother who was about ten years older than I was in. My sister. And she is trying to maintain some sense of normalcy in the home while this story is starting to spread. And and of course, the aftermath is this begins to build like a bad storm. But at the at the time at the time when he came home it was all about concern for his for his health. And and all that so so she literally became the the, you know, the bearer of everything she had they handle everything and try and keep everything together and more importantly look out for the the health and wellbeing over family. So she really had a quite a quite a plateful. And and just to be fair. I think in latter years, my mother really did rule the home. But at the time, you know, I think originally their conversation. I didn't hear it all but their conversation. What contains something? Like, oh, no. You're not telling anybody. That's how it started..

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"falcon lake" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

17:05 min | 2 years ago

"falcon lake" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Thirty one thirty four. Welcome back. Chris Rakowski is a Canadian science writer and educator. He's written for more than thirty years about you up photos, including nine published books that and related issues and a collection of short stories as well, San mahalick is presently at the end of three professions. He's enjoyed over his lifetime. I the military including UN peacekeeping tour while in the army, then a stint in the air force. His second career was in media as a newsman on radio and television and more recently has been working and graphic design. He's the son of the man at the center of the falcon lake UFO incident. Canada's most celebrated UFO case stand. First of all, I want to apologize to you for mispronouncing your last name, your dad's last name for all these years about I hope you'll forgive us. And I'm glad to have you here. Yes. I'm glad to be here. George. Thank you. And not to worry. It's been mispronounced forever. I got it. Right. And so did you. So we're talking and Chris I had hard time believing that this is the first time you've been on coast to coast with all the work you've done on the topic us it's late. But I I'm glad you're here. A long time coming, but I'm glad to hear George. Let's let's start Kris with you. If you could sort of lay out the nuts and bolts of what happened on that day to stands father what he saw and what the immediate consequences were. Well, you know, the the Reader's Digest version is that may the twentieth. Nineteen sixty seven was a fairly nice weekend. Up in Canada's actually a recreation of weekend, the leaser coming on the trees and stuff Hollick was doing some amateur prospecting a bit of a rock hound and he went to a fairly remote location. I've been to this area a few times before falcon lake is about oh, you know, an hour north of the American border so fairly rugged and he had gone into the woods after spending the night at a motel in the town of falcon lake and somewhere around noon 'cause he entered the woods in the morning had done some shipping and looking at rocks and stopping along the way, but around dooney stop for lunch. And as he was. Having his lunch. There is a big commotion because the geese on a little lake below him. Look good on a ridge took off. Do. They were startled by something. You've thought maybe there was a bear. And he looked around couldn't see anything. But in the sky was was a set of two Hollywood style flying saucers initially. They were they were very very bright white and one proceeded to come down closer and closer and appeared to land on a rock outcropping. And I I get it looks something like a Hollywood style flying saucer shaped with a dome on top lates coming from the top. And as you watched this from coaching down behind a rock is the bushes. He was puzzled is what he was seeing. He was thinking what is this? He had a background a little bit in the military of selfish familiar with aircraft. This would be age of Apollo Gus Grissom, and others are just passed away. Just a few months earlier, so space news. Thought maybe this was some sort of American version of the lunar module at has gone astray. And and he became convinced that win as he's watching us over the period about a half an hour door opens him aside and more lights came out, and he could hear some a high pitched voices. And he thought perhaps this was an indication of people inside. So he stood up thinking that this was some sort of a spacecraft that the Americans we're using and excuse me. And. He approached it calling out. Do you need some help and number of languages didn't get any response by this time it walked up close to it? Touch the side of it. His gloved hands got burned through the glove because this thing was very very hot. He pulled back, and then whole saucer typed object rotated there was a exhaust event that happened to be right in this beautiful last of hot gas hits him in the chest knocks him to the ground. Simpson's clothes on fire. I think takes off and he's left reeling. Very very, very nauseous, the tears his shirt off leaves if they're realizes he's sick. And he's the medical attention gets back to civilization eventually where he's taken to a hospital for for examination by by doctors, and then emergency room and move Henley investigation begins, and that's just the start of the story. Yeah. We'll we'll get to the consequences a little bit later. Stan your dad what kind of guy was he because here he is in the middle of nowhere. A flying saucer lands on the ground. He walks up to it and sticks his head in. Well, I think the best way to describe it. My dad, and his initial reaction is a quote that he often used to describe the scene and as a as a child, I grew up hearing him say all these things. So it didn't come as a prize to me, but is reaction to seeing craft for the first time is what the hell is that? And that is typical of my father. He was not fearless. But he had been through the war the second World War as partisan in Poland. He had seen and done a lot of very interesting things. So he wasn't a man who was given to tear. He was more curious than any. So I think I think that is the snapshot that you've got to paint of this guy. I mean, he's he's a middle class. Industrial mechanic. He he is a straightforward guy. He's had a tough life, but he's made a new life in Canada after the war. He came here. So he's got a lot to be thankful for ease. He's pursuing one of his favorite hobbies. He's in the Bush, which is one of his favorite things. So to him. This was not something to be afraid of him. This was a curiosity. So when he sat there and watched this thing on the ground for a while. He actually sketched a drawing of it while it was sitting there because he did never camera. But when he saw the the the portal open any heard what he thought could be voices immediately. He's thinking, oh, well, I know what this is it's an American test craft, obviously, they're in trouble. Why else would they land in the middle of nowhere? So I'm going to help them out. So as he gets closer, and he starts to examine the. Craft. He's getting more and more curious. He's saying things to himself. Like, wow. What a remarkable craftsmanship. Wow. This is this is quite the quite the crap. Look at that. It's got no seems it's gotten rid this is pretty special and it's pretty hot. And it's pretty bright. And I don't understand it. So for him. It was all about the the the curiosity and the not understanding what it was. He was looking at the only time the moment that he became afraid is the moment he was injured when the craft left, and he was he was there with with burns chest, and and nausea and vomiting, and that's the that's the time. When his curiosity became fear. Chris you write that he tried to communicate with the inhabitants. He's hearing these voices hearing chitchat sort of he used several different languages to try to get their attention. Right. Yeah. Absolutely. He who I called out an English. Of course, you know, Yankee boy, do you need any help help. Shape, very, very helpful fellow. I know them as well. And that's very typical of the type of person he was but getting no response and English as a matter of fact, the voices had stopped Seguela. Maybe it's not the Americans we called out in a number of other language. He was multi-lingual having come from the war in from the eastern Europe. And that didn't provoke any response either. So he certainly was huddled. As what this thing was. And. Stan this would not be unusual for him to be out there by himself prospecting. And in addition. I mean, he's not a UFO guy. He's not reading flying, saucer magazines. He's not talking about you up oser aliens at home. So this would be really the first time that that the family. Here's him mentioned, this kind of thing. Absolutely. No dad was a a nature lover. He spent a lot of time before the war in Poland in the in the forest to Poland. When he came here in nineteen forty seven he realized that Canada was massive and filled with all kinds of opportunities to to be in the Bush. He went to a a number of courses in Laurent's scotch when which is the province next to Manitoba and took a lot of courses on geology, and essentially what he was doing was. He was thinking look the the hills and the mountains of this. Country are filled with precious minerals. If I just, you know, go, and look and see I I might be able to find them, and that gave them another excuse to be in the Bush, and and to be in the forest, and and that's what he loved to do. So no, it was not unusual for him to be there on his own. He was completely at ease in the Bush. I spent a lot of money useful years with him. I learned about you know, trail-blazing, and you know, being in the in the wilderness, I had no problem with it. And and the the whole idea of UFO's was absolutely foreign to us. We saw the stories in the papers in the supermarket lineups in the tabloids. And we ignored them. We had absolutely no interest in that stuff whatsoever. My brother, and I were interested in aviation, and what was going on in the world. But beyond that. No, we had absolutely no no interest. What? Whatsoever. And UFO's Chris in the book, there's a photo of you being interviewed for the television program unsolved mysteries. I think it was back in nineteen eighty nine which by itself would tell how long you've worked on this and how diligently, but it actually goes back much further than that. I think there's a tiny little mention in the back of the book that you had known the family since childhood. Yes, absolutely affects down, and I were just talking about this the other day that we've known each other as kids we were quite young back that night. Somewhere there. And we we live just a matter of I think two or three blocks apart and we've encountered each other at one point in real bikes together. And it was quite interesting. Of course, I wasn't interested in flying saucers back then or UFO's by. Eventually just a matter of ten years later is so when I got into university that I was doing some investigation on my own. And I realized I wanted to or about people who've seen UFO's and some of the experiences they've had that mmediately thought of the family, and I approached them, and they they very graciously allows me into their home to talk and talk in detail about some of the experiences that mister mahalick could had, but you and STAN had gone to school together. I think it's. Unless I had gone to the same school. I don't think standard. I don't. I don't think we've actually classes together where we know. No. And and once we once we left grade school and moved onto high school. We went separate ways. So we sort of lost touch with each other right after grade school, and Chris, I know you're you're both both of you guys were young, but you have any conscious memory of any UFO story at that young age or where you're just too young day to catch your attention at that time. Not really again. I wasn't. I mean, we again like Stanford saying we saw the stuff tabloids even something on television. At one point. But I wasn't all that aware of. I do have this vague recollections coming over to to to stand place in wanting to ride bikes. And it said, you know, my dad wasn't feeling well because of what had happened to him or something along those lines. And I said, okay. And I went on my merry way. So at that point, I wasn't all that interested. But you know, it was certainly more impactful on the stabs childhood definitely big time. Yeah. This the book describes it. I mean, it was a major incident for your family that affected the family for years at as stand. Can you recall? I know you're nine years old. But can you recall your father coming home after this thing happened, and we'll get into the medical effects later when you first saw him afterward. Was it clear what was going on? Well, it was it was absolutely not clear at all George. I mean, we I I was I was moved into my basement. I. I shared the room with my parents, oddly enough house is very small we had very little room. So when dad came home on that weekend, I was moved into the basement because I was told that he had been hurt and that he was sick. And that mother was going to nursing back to health in the bedroom would become his sick room. And there was no room for me. And I get to move out. So I was moved bed and the whole nine yards right down to the basement. And I discovered that in our little house. If you climbed up the stairs that lead from the basement, you reached a small landing at the back door. Then there were four more steps that led to the hallway in the house. And if you sat on the winding the hallway acted like a like a tunnel, and it literally brought every little bit of conversation. Rates to that landing. So I could as a very clever and incorrigible little nine year olds sit on the landing and listen to the goings on in the house. So that's where I started hearing all of the wonderful things that were happening in the house. And and it was completely and utterly bewildering. You mentioned it a couple of times in the book that your mom was not happy about this whole conversation. Absolutely. Not she. You know, it's it's an interesting mothers have a very interesting lot in life. Don't they? Here was a man who had this extraordinary story. And here was a woman with three children. It was me. My brother who was about ten years older than I was. And my sister. And she is trying to maintain some sense of normalcy in the home while this story is starting to spread. And and of course, the aftermath is this begins to build like a bad storm. But at the at the time at the time when he came home it was all about concern for his for his health. And and all that so so she literally became the the, you know, the the bearer of everything she had to handle everything and try and keep everything together and more importantly look out for the the health and wellbeing family. So she really had a quite a quite a plateful. And and just to be fair. I think in latter years, my mother really did rule the home. But at the time, you know, I think originally their conversation..

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"falcon lake" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"falcon lake" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Welcome back. Chris Rakowski is a Canadian science writer and educator. He's written for more than thirty years about UFO's, including nine published books that and related issues and a collection of short stories as well, San mahalick is presently at the end of three professions. He's enjoyed over his lifetime. I the military including UN peacekeeping tour while in the army, then a stint in the air force. His second career was in media as a news man on radio and television and more recently has been working graphic design. He's the son of the man at the center of the falcon lake UFO incident. Canada's most celebrated UFO case stand. First of all, I want apologize to you. For mispronouncing your last name, your dad's last name for all these years about I hope you'll forgive us. And I'm glad to have you here. Glad to be here. George. Thank you and not to worry. It's been mispronounced forever. Match got it. Right. And so did you. So we're talking to Chris. I hope it hard time believing that this is the first time you've been on coast to coast with all the work you've done on the topic us it's late. But I I'm glad you're here. It's a long time coming George. Let's let's start Kris with you. If you could sort of lay out the nuts and bolts of what happened on that day too stands for other. What he saw and what the immediate consequences were. Well, you know, the the Reader's Digest version is that may the twentieth. Nineteen sixty seven was a fairly nice weekend. Up in Canada's actually a. Vacation over the weekend. The leaser coming on the treason Hollick was doing some amateur prospecting a rock hound and he went to a fairly remote location. The I've been to this area. A few times before falcon lake is about oh, you know, an hour north of the American border so fairly rugged and he had gone into the woods after spending the night at a motel in the town of falcon lake and similar around nude because he's the editor in the morning had done some chipping and looking at rocks and stopping along the way. Stop for lunch. And as he was having his lunch. There is a big commotion because the geese on a little lake below him. He looks good on a ridge. Took off doing something. But maybe there is a bear. And he looked around couldn't see anything. But in the sky was was a set of to Hollywood style flying saucers initially. They were they were very very bright white and one proceeded to come down closer and closer and appeared to land on a rock outcropping. And I it looks looks something like a Hollywood style. Flying saucer disc, shake with a top lates coming from the top. And as he watched this from coaching down behind the rockets the bushes. He was puzzled is what he was seeing. He was thinking what is this? He had background a little bit in the military himself with aircraft. This was the age of Apollo Gus Grissom, and others are just passed away a few months earlier, so space with the news that maybe this was some sort of American version of the lunar module that has gone astray. And and he. Became convinced that win as he's watching over the period of about a half an hour. Door opens them aside have more lights came out, and he could hear some a high pitched voices. And he thought perhaps this was an indication that people inside. So he stood up thinking that this is some sort of a spacecraft that the Americans were using and excuse me. And. He approached it calling out you need some help and number of languages didn't get any response.

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"falcon lake" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"falcon lake" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"KFI AM six forty. Welcome back. Chris Rakowski is a Canadian science writer and educator. He's written for more than thirty years about you of os, including nine published books that and related issues and a collection of short stories as well, San mahalick is presently at the end of three professions. He's enjoyed over his lifetime. I the military including UN peacekeeping tour while in the army, then a stint in the air force. His second career was in media as a news man on radio and television and more recently has been working and graphic design. He's the son of the man at the center of the falcon lake UFO incident. Canada's most celebrated UFO case stand. First of all, I want apologize to you. For mispronouncing your last name, your dad's last name for all these years about I hope you'll forgive us. And I'm glad to have you here. Yes. I'm glad to be here. George. Thank you. And not to worry. It's been mispronounced forever. I would imagine mainly got it. Right. And so did you. So it's all good. And Chris I had hard time believing that this is the first time you've been on coast to coast with all the work you've done on the topic. It's late. But I am glad you're here. It's a long time coming George. Let's let's start Kris with you. If you could sort of lay out the nuts and bolts of what happened on that day to stands father what he saw and what the immediate consequences were. Well, you know, the the Reader's Digest version is that maybe twenty thousand nine hundred sixty seven was fairly nice weekend. Up in Canada's actually, a a rication take over the weekend. The weezer coming on the trees and. Hollick was doing some aperture prospecting. He was a bit of a rock house. And he went to a fairly remote location. I've been to this area of few times before falcon lake is about an hour north of the American border so fairly rugged and he had gone into the woods after spending the night at a motel in the town of falcon lake. And somewhere around nude because he's the editor in the morning, the shipping and looking at rocks and stopping along the way but around doing he stopped for lunch. And as he was having his lunch. There is a big commotion because the geese on a little lake below him. He was bit on a ridge took off. Do they were startled by something that maybe there is a bear? And he looked around couldn't see anything. But in the sky was was a set of two Hollywood style flying saucers initially. They were they were very very bright white and one proceeded to come down closer and closer to land on a rock outcropping. And I get it looks something like a Hollywood style. Flying saucer disc shaped with us. Montauk lights coming from the top. And as he watched this from coaching down behind a rock is the bushes. He was puzzled is what he was seeing. He was thinking what is this? He had a background a little bit of the military of selfish familiar with aircraft. This was the age of Apollo Gus Grissom, and others are just passed away. Just a few months earlier so space was on the news. This was some sort of. American version of the lunar module that has gone astray..

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"falcon lake" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"falcon lake" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Was a fairly nice weekend. Up in Canada's actually. Vacation of weekend. The leaves are coming on the trees and the Hollick was doing some prospecting. He was a bit of a rock house, and he went to fairly remote location. The I've been to this area. A few times before falcon lake is about oh, you know, an hour north of the American border so fairly rugged and he had gone into the the wooden after spending the night at a motel in the town of falcon lake and similar around nude because he entered the woods in the morning. The shipping and looking at rocks and stopping along the labored around duty stop for lunch. And as he was having his lunch. There is a big commotion because the geese on a little lake below him. He looks good on a ridge took off. Do we were startled by something? You've thought maybe there is a bear. And he looked around couldn't see anything. But in the sky was with a set of two Hollywood style flying saucers initially. They were they're very very bright white and one proceeded to come down closer closer at appeared to land on a rock outcropping. Again, looks looks something like a Hollywood style. Flying saucer disc shaped with a dome on top lates coming from the top. And as you watched this from coaching down Haida rockets the bushes. He was puzzled is what he was seeing. He was thinking what is this? He has a background of the military of selfish familiar with aircraft. This would be age of Apollo Gus Grissom and others have just passed away. Just a few months earlier so space with the news that maybe this was some sort of American version of the the lunar module that has gone astray. And and he became convinced that went as he's watching us over the period of about a half an hour. A door opens in the side have more lights came out, and he could hear some a high pitched voices. And he thought perhaps this was an indication ever people inside. So he stood up thinking that this is some sort of spacecraft that the.

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"falcon lake" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"falcon lake" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"It's everywhere. Saturating our brains. I don't know if it's UFO overload. But sometimes it feels like an and the stories about secret study studies, like eight tip the TSA venture the rumors of big things to come of scuttle butt out there and a lot of pushback to from people who don't want any of this to be true or don't like it because they're not part of what's unfolding, so they dump on it. I've seen that with these new the history channel series project. Blue book this drama. Quite a lot of snark from the UFO crowd about their show because you know, gasp, it's a drama. It's a scripted program. It's got actors in it. It's not word for word minute by minute recitation of exact events. It's not a PHD dissertation. It's not a scientific paper. It's a television show based on real events based on I'd advise people to chill out a little bit. But you know, when you you survey the landscape what's unfolding in our world, the temperament of the times, you know, no one wants to chill out about anything. Everyone's got a gripe about something. And and everyone seems to have a gigantic chip on their shoulders just daring someone to tip it off. And that is true in the UFO world as well. I have not had a chance to sit down and watch the entire first two episodes. But what I've seen looks pretty good, very X files. Kind of vibe to it for millions of people who might just now be learning about project blue book, the real thing. I I think the program is valuable. It's not a documentary. It's a tool though, for familiarizing the public with some of the basics that we talk about on this program a lot that there really was a secret air force study that they tried but failed to explain away. All these you up. Oh cases and incidents that the project ended blue book that is but secret studies did not timely news in later the claims by the Pentagon that a more recent secret study of your foes, eight tip also known as Alsop ended years ago. It's all done. They didn't find anything of interest. So they ended. Well, that's what the Pentagon says. It didn't end the study continues. I don't know what they call a now. But it's still underway despite the denials, and he statements from Pentagon spokespersons, and maybe we'll be able to chat about that tonight because both of our guests. This evening will be at least nibbling around the edges of blue book. And what the government knows coming up in the second half of the program one of the best documented, but least heralded UFO encounters of all time falcon lake nineteen sixty seven a man named Stefan. Michele act came face to face with a mysterious craft that had landed in a remote area, and this encounter changed his life in profound ways that also spilled over in his family's life as well. Michelle son, STAN has collaborated on a book about that incident and the fallout his co author is a science writer and investigator Chris rutkowski, they put together a thorough and entertaining. And well-grounded account of that incident and more importantly, what happened afterward to Mr Michel AC that's coming up a little bit later. I though how many times have you heard the old chestnut from UFO two bunkers about how you of. Oh, true. Believers are just chasing flying saucers in an attempt to find God that their search for aliens is really a search for the supreme being a substitute or organized religion. Or maybe it supplanted religion taken the place of faith to fill a hole in their otherwise shallow empty lives. The intersection of religion at UFO's has been explored before. And we've talked about it a little bit on this show tonight, though, we take things to an entirely different level. Dr Dianna walls Pesaka is a professor of religious studies at the university of North Carolina Wilmington, she spent the last several years immersing herself in you up. Oh study looking at it from the perspective of a religious scholar to see if we are. In fact, witnessing the birth of a new religion. But I think after reading her book I'd say that what she found as maybe bigger than that her bandaged point looking at this intersection of UFO's and religion and technology is explained in this new book American cosmic, and it's it's populated with many names that you and the.

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