Amazing Interview – Tim Swartz / Clyde Lewis – Ancient Aliens, Ancient Technology/Weapons, The Hollow Earth and Operation Highjump
I don’t very often write reviews of individual episodes of a radio show or televisions show but last night I tuned into Ground Zero Radio to listen to noted conspiracy/paranormal author Tim Swartz and what an interview it was. Tim and Clyde covered everything ancient technology to the Hollow Earth. This was Ground Zero at its finest and very much like the old Art Bell I miss so much. Tim Swartz easily moved from topic to topic, I just wish Clyde had kept him on longer! 2hrs was not enough..
Olav Phillips is Conspiracy Researcher, specializing in the Secret Space Program, Exotic Aircraft, High Technology, Foreign Policy, Pre-History and Mysterious Civilizations. He is a regular contributor to Paranoia Magazine and ConspiracyHQ. He has also written for Mysteries Magazine and served as Executive Producer and Principle Researcher for Ground Zero Radio with Clyde Lewis (Nationally Syndicated by Premiere Radio Networks). Olav has also appeared on many popular radio shows as well as television presentations including: The Outer Edge, The Higher Side Chats, ConspiracyHQ TV, Shadows In the Dark Radio, Coast to Coast AM, Voyager (RAI Due), as well as being a long time contributor to Ground Zero Radio’s investigations including the famous Tracy, CA UFO Crash case featured on UFO Hunters. Olav has also contributed to many of the television presentations you’ve seen on Area 51, UFO’s and conspiracies. Olav is the owner of The Anomalies Channel, a online video channel with over 26,000 subscribers and hundreds of videos available to ROKU players all over the world as well as The Anomalies Network which is the primary source for his writings and research.
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