Nick Redfern

Nick Redfern – Ufologist

With more than a dozen books to his name, appearing on multiple syndicated television shows, and keeping a running blog,

With more than a dozen books to his name, appearing on multiple syndicated television shows, and keeping a running blog, Nick Redfern was able to find time to sit down with Jim on this episode of The Malliard report. Originally from Walsall Staffordshire, Redfern now lives in Dallas Texas and is a best-selling author, Ufologist, Cryptozoologist, and active advocate for full government disclosure on UFOs. In this episode, Jim and Nick discuss Roswell, Men in Black, Cryptids, and topics that Nick refuses to venture into.

It will be hard pressed to find someone that has not heard the story of what allegedly happened in the New Mexico desert in July of 1947, but what if there was an alternate theory that is highly plausible, and does not involve weather balloons or small greys.

1947; Operation Paper Clip (a secret United States Joint Intelligence Objectives Agency program in which more than 1600 German scientist, engineers, and technicians, most of which were former registered Nazi leaders and members whom were granted amnesty and recruited by the US government for employment in order to advance the weapon and rocketry programs) is in full swing and the focus of government spending is now shifting from weaponry to space. This new, uncharted adventure comes with inherent risks and may have claimed more lives than is publically known.

Located approximately 200 miles southwest of Roswell NM sits the White Sands Missile Range. The original location of the atomic bomb testing, it also was the home of the US rocket propulsion program. Is it possible that in the summer of 1947, in the infancy of the US space program, that an early manned rocket flight went horribly awry? Mangled bodies after a high speed crash may look non-human, and rocketry, unfamiliar to a small town farmer would certainly have an “other worldly” appearance. With stories of crashed aliens and UFOs spreading like wildfire, it provided the perfect smokescreen to hide a top secret program.

Nick discusses this theory along with several other topics with Jim, and it is certainly one worth looking into a little deeper. Nick’s realist approach to the abnormal is certainly refreshing, and brings a sense of grounding to a field that can easily get out of hand with ridiculous theories. You can follow all things Redfern through his website www.nickredfernfortean.blogspot.com and you can find most of his books on Amazon. If you aren’t already following Jim through Twitter, make sure to connect @Malliard and spread the word of The Malliard Report.

was able to find time to sit down with Jim on this episode of The Malliard report. Originally from Walsall Staffordshire, Redfern now lives in Dallas Texas and is a best-selling author, Ufologist, Cryptozoologist, and active advocate for full government disclosure on UFOs. In this episode, Jim and Nick discuss Roswell, Men in Black, Cryptids, and topics that Nick refuses to venture into.

It will be hard pressed to find someone that has not heard the story of what allegedly happened in the New Mexico desert in July of 1947, but what if there was an alternate theory that is highly plausible, and does not involve weather balloons or small greys.

1947; Operation Paper Clip (a secret United States Joint Intelligence Objectives Agency program in which more than 1600 German scientist, engineers, and technicians, most of which were former registered Nazi leaders and members whom were granted amnesty and recruited by the US government for employment in order to advance the weapon and rocketry programs) is in full swing and the focus of government spending is now shifting from weaponry to space. This new, uncharted adventure comes with inherent risks and may have claimed more lives than is publically known.

Located approximately 200 miles southwest of Roswell NM sits the White Sands Missile Range. The original location of the atomic bomb testing, it also was the home of the US rocket propulsion program. Is it possible that in the summer of 1947, in the infancy of the US space program, that an early manned rocket flight went horribly awry? Mangled bodies after a high speed crash may look non-human, and rocketry, unfamiliar to a small town farmer would certainly have an “other worldly” appearance. With stories of crashed aliens and UFOs spreading like wildfire, it provided the perfect smokescreen to hide a top secret program.

Nick discusses this theory along with several other topics with Jim, and it is certainly one worth looking into a little deeper. Nick’s realist approach to the abnormal is certainly refreshing, and brings a sense of grounding to a field that can easily get out of hand with ridiculous theories. You can follow all things Redfern through his website www.nickredfernfortean.blogspot.com and you can find most of his books on Amazon. If you aren’t already following Jim through Twitter, make sure to connect @Malliard and spread the word of The Malliard Report.