Somewhere in the Skies is a weekly podcast covering UFOs and the unexplained. Hosted by author and television host, Ryan Sprague, and journalist, Chrissy Newton, they explore the unknown through case histories, special guest interviews, and through audio documentaries. Join Ryan and Chrissy as they try to make sense of the mysteries that lay somewhere in the skies. New episodes every Monday. Learn more at www.somewhereintheskies.com more
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On episode 320 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, we travel to the small city of Winchester, England, to hear the incredible story of Joyce Bowles. In November of 1976, she and a friend were on the road, heading home. But then they witnessed something in the... more
On a PRE-RECORDED broadcast, Ryan breaks down the latest UFO news and podcast highlights of the week, including: more
On episode 319 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, we explore a handful of close encounters of the third kind that have been lost to UFO history. These obscure cases show the true high strangeness that has occurred in the past, spanning decades and continents... more
Ryan is a writer and phenomenal host!!! He makes an already interesting topic intriguing by bringing his expertise, research skills, and a contagious attitude of positivity!! This is your UFO/UAP podcast!
My OCD requires me to point out that the words seemingly/seemed were spoken 3,562.7 times this episode. Sorry. 😳
Normally a great podcast to listen to at night. The new use of actors is too distracting. Hope this is an experiment and not a direction.
From the Dead to the aliens... Payne does justice to all of it! more
Love the show. And I’ve noticed that the word “interdimentional” is often used. That word has no scientific meaning that I’m aware of. Even string theory with its conjectured 11 dimensions cannot be experimentally verified. The idea of a reality beyond time and space, “eternity”, “Interdimentional”, and similar ideas are compelling and not scientific because they cannot be experimentally verified. Not to say there is no reality there.
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Somewhere in the Skies launched 6 years ago and published 406 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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