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On episode 238 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, we are joined by author, historian, and professor, Aaron Gulyas. With recent conversations in the UFO world circling around a self-proclaimed “contactee” named Anjali, the idea of humans interacting with aliens has resurfaced in the most controversial of ways. As the mainstream begins to simply process the idea of the existence of UFOs, according to the U.S. Government, they now must wrestle with the idea that perhaps those piloting some of these UFOs are either already here, or are in fact communicating through time and space with chosen humans. But these ideas aren’t new. In fact, they were all the rage in the 1950s up through the 1970s. And Aaron Gulyas has been preserving this special time in UFO history in several books he’s authored and with his hit podcast, The Saucer Life. Today, he runs is through 3 of his most notable contactee stories and the eccentric people… and aliens… behind them.

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