Ever been invited to a black lodge? Or visited by an agent of a black lodge? Maybe if you had you would never know. Given we don't really know what they are, it's hard to make a call on any of it. Then, do humans just blow up? Probably not.
This week, we look at Foo Fighters... but not Dave Grohl (ok there's little bit of Grohl). Turns out he knicked the name off some comic, or some war thing, or maybe even the French. Then we look at Project Blue Book, which was where the phrase UFO was coined. Good stuff.
This week, for some reason which I think we forgot, we head to Belgium and find out what they are up to. It's a tale of dodgy cops, stinky cheese, red eyes and UFOs all over everything.
This week we take a look at some stone discs found in Chinese caves, next to clumsy headed aliens - which definitely exist. Then we look at the story of early colonials landing in the USA only to disappear three years later. Whatever happened to the settlers of Roanoke?
Interstellar things happening on Hypothepod this week, as we take a look at an alleged 13,000 year old satellite that's just hover... ummm.. orbiting our planet. Some say it's just a blanket that flew off the side of a rocket, but why would rockets need blankets? They don't even feel cold because they are rockets. Also some big thing just appeared in our solar system! It wobbled on through then accelerated as it left. W T F! Find out what it is.