DiscoverExtraterrestrial
Extraterrestrial
Claim Ownership

Extraterrestrial

Author: Parcast Network

Subscribed: 9,268Played: 331,852
Share

Description

Why do we think we aren’t alone? Extraterrestrial explores tales of alien encounters. Millions of people claim to have seen alien life, but no one can confirm any of it. Is there a more grounded explanation for these incidents, or is there really something lurking out there? Every Tuesday, we’ll examine reports of a different alien occurrence, and land on the most plausible explanation. Extraterrestrial is a production of Cutler Media and part of the Parcast Network.
53 Episodes
Reverse
If you enjoy the stories told in Extraterrestrial, check out this episode from our series Conspiracy Theories: The Great pyramid of Giza. The Nazca Lines. The Moai Statues of Easter Island. Long considered engineering feats of ancient civilizations, there are some theories that are still discussed today that these ancient monuments may be the work of extraterrestrial civilizations.
If you enjoy the stories told in Extraterrestrial, check out this episode from our series Conspiracy Theories: The ancient world proved itself capable of remarkable feats of construction. Thousands of years later, historians and archeologists are still unsure of how such marvels were constructed. As our understanding of the capabilities of ancient empires has grown, so has the suspicion that these ancient peoples were assisted by extraterrestrial visitors.
The Greys

The Greys

2020-01-0740:5112

The most iconic of the alien race, the Greys represent the most widely-recognized pop-culture version of extraterrestrial life. You can see them everywhere, from science fiction novels to movies. Is their appearance always the same due to cultural phenomenon, or is it because they actually exist?
Here’s one of our listeners’ most requested episodes of 2019: In 1953, “Orthon the Venusian” took his favorite human, George Adamski, on a joyride through the cosmos. But back on earth, skeptical forces were closing in. Ufologist James Moseley aimed to prove once and for all that Adamski was a fraud.
Here’s one of our listeners’ most requested episodes of 2019: The hit book of 1953 was “The Flying Saucers Have Landed.” Southern California was enamored with the book's author, who claimed to have met an extraterrestrial. Either George Adamski was the most important man to have ever lived, or one of the most successful con artists in history.
Utsuro-bune

Utsuro-bune

2019-12-1740:143

Legend has it that a strange ship was sighted off the eastern coast of Japan in the early 19th Century. The account resembles some classic tales of Japanese folklore. But it also bears many of the hallmark signs of a UFO encounter.
The mystery of the Shag Harbour Crash haunted the small village for decades. But a 1985 revelation about certain government secrets finally started to point UFO investigators in a new—and alarming—direction.
In October of 1967, the sleepy fishing village of Shag Harbour, Nova Scotia, was the site of what dozens of spectators thought was a plane crash. But no aircraft were reported missing, and as confusion and suspicion mounted, the Canadian government officially labeled the object a UFO.
Celestial Sightings

Celestial Sightings

2019-11-1943:195

In what is considered to be the earliest recorded examples of UFOs, strange objects were sighted emerging from the sun in 1561 and 1566. This 16th century celestial phenomena is often interpreted through a religious lens.
After an other-worldly revelation in 1768, Emanuel Swedenborg would draw the ire of the Swedish Lutheran Church as he tried to publicize what he’d learned. He would also capture the attention—and criticism—of famous philosopher Immanuel Kant.
For most of his adult life, Emanuel Swedenborg sought to reconcile his Christian faith with the values of the Enlightenment. And in 1768, he received a revelation from the spirits of dead aliens who explained deep secrets about his religion and the nature of the universe.
In 1990, after over 2 decades of retrieving downed UFOs, Clifford Stone’s military service would end in disgrace. His new mission—to restore his name and inform the public about the government’s massive alien cover-up.
Clifford Stone was a military veteran with a lifelong relationship with extraterrestrial lifeforms, who claimed he was tasked with retrieving downed UFOs in the 1960s. He vowed to protect the aliens he’d been affiliated with his whole life—at all costs if necessary. But would speaking about it invoke persecution and a government cover-up?
In 1941, government forces collected all traces of wreckage from what is widely believed to be an extraterrestrial spaceship crash. A few years later, the U.S. championed major advances in aviation and nuclear technology. Coincidence?
Did three extraterrestrials crash-land their spaceship on a Missouri farm in 1941? And how far would the government go to cover it up?
After tens of thousands of people witnessed the so-called Miracle of the Sun, the Catholic Church tried to suppress and later control testimony regarding the miracle. Along with rumors of alien skulls stored in the Vatican archives, the church's strange behavior has led many to wonder if they're part of a massive alien cover-up.
In 1917, tens of thousands of people watched as the sun arced and dipped through the sky before it dried the area's water and bathed a field in shifting colors of light. While they attributed the strange experience to a divine miracle, today the Miracle of the Sun is considered one of history's first mass UFO sightings.
If Jimmy Carter and Steven Spielberg wanted the American public to believe that aliens were friendly, Ronald Reagan and James Cameron wanted them to believe that the aliens wanted to destroy us all. Bruce Rux's theories continue into the 80s and beyond, as science fiction films take a turn toward war and violence. But is this a legitimate conspiracy, or a natural trend within the artform? Regardless, Hollywood has a long and sordid history of collaborating with the government.
In 1938 in New York City, soon-to-be-acclaimed-filmmaker Orson Welles delivered his infamous broadcast of H. G. Wells' The War of the Worlds. Many took it seriously and responded in terror. In 1977, up-and-coming filmmaker Steven Spielberg released his uber-realistic Close Encounters of the Third Kind. UFO enthusiasts immediately claimed that Spielberg was channeling the truth behind their beliefs.
Upon hearing the news of the B-25 crash at Kelso, Kenneth Arnold begins to question what exactly happened at Maury Island in June 1947. As well as his own sanity.
loading
Comments (108)

Andy Semite

Great show, like all the other podcasts from Parcast.

Apr 3rd
Reply

Camilo r corrales

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Mar 30th
Reply

Meg

The dual narration is not great, and the story telling is kind of bland. Maybe I'm particular, but they need to put some more feeling into the words, some emotion.

Mar 4th
Reply

Christopher Beverley

No Lie, She sounds a lot like that chick that came in at the end of Naruto.

Feb 13th
Reply

Jessica Girl

your need to cover the Travis Walton Abduction

Jan 25th
Reply

Jessica Girl

Travis Walton????

Jan 25th
Reply

Jessica Girl

honestly, how stupid do they think we are. What an insult

Jan 25th
Reply

Ian R

Oh No ! First Assassinations Podcast is ending and now also Extraterrestrial! What's going on Parcast?

Jan 12th
Reply

Aris Narvaez

anyone know how to send in suggestions for a show to these guys?

Jan 7th
Reply (1)

Roland13

I totally agree. Starting to stink of 'bait and switch'. Not what I subscribed to.

Dec 24th
Reply (1)

Raul Quinones

where I am? I thought it was aliens, not serial killers, stop doing this, if I subscribe to this is because in interested in the product not whatever this is!!!

Dec 24th
Reply

mia blu

How did he know the date of his own death!??

Nov 12th
Reply (1)

Gurt

... It was also the night that the skeletons came to liiife!

Nov 5th
Reply

Meagan Headrick

This story is so ridiculous 😂 This is like the B movie of B movies. This story is like a middle schooler made it and thought they were super edgy because 'Americans can't live without war' man.

Oct 3rd
Reply (1)

Meagan Headrick

"Personally, scientifically backed supplement recommendations", even though pretty much all Drs will tell you as long as you eat a normal diet no one needs supplements. Also supplements aren't backed by the FDA so what science is backing them exactly? Are there peer reviewed studies on supplements? Because the all the ones I've seen say supplements don't do anything and can sometimes be harmful. I know this is a podcast about insane alien 'encounters' but I honestly thought Parcast was a bit better than this. Feel free to hock your supplements, just don't call it 'scientifically based' in your ad copy. That's very dishonest.

Oct 2nd
Reply

Maggie

While I'm a big fan of this podcast, I found this particular episode (this and part 1) to be discombobulated and hard to follow at times. Still, good narraration and interesting information.

Sep 20th
Reply

Co B.

👍👍👍👍👍

Sep 9th
Reply

Matt Shaw

there's is definitely more to this than we know. NASA would never officially let anyone know if any transmissions or affected the mission. what ever seems to be fake probably has some truth in it. but I guess we will never know

Aug 27th
Reply

Justin Upp

remington SEMI automatic not automatic.

Aug 26th
Reply

mia blu

Love the addition of "Today in True Crime" at the end.

Aug 21st
Reply
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store