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Last Friday night I had the pleasure of engaging in an all-encompassing conversation with Seriah Azkath, the host of the awesome radio show Where Did the Road Go?; with us was my good friend Joshua Cutchin, musician and author of the widely acclaimed book A Trojan Feast.. Since this was my first appearance on the show, we were supposedly going to stick to one subject in particular –Artificial Intelligence– but as it is often the case when you’re engaging with intelligent people who share many of your ideas about Forteana, we ended up pretty much going all over the place (UFOs, Bigfoot, Extraterrestrial life and a hell of an etcetera).

In fact, after Seriah stopped the recording, we still kept chatting for FOUR MORE HOURS, until it was past 3 in the morning and I suddenly realized I hadn’t parked my car inside the garage yet…

To say that I enjoyed this conversation is an understatement of Trump ego proportions. Like probably many of you, I’ve been a fan of Seriah for quite a long while, ever since I listened to him as a guest on Micah Hanks’ Gralien Report. Not only is he the kind of host who comes fully prepared at the moment of asking the interviewee about their latest book or investigation, but in fact he’s had *plenty* of personal experiences with the kind of high strangeness that makes one question your basic presumptions about reality, as well as eroding the faith in all those who claim to have simple explanations to what’s going on with these phenomena –both from the skeptic AND the true believer camp…

Ditto with having my first chance to joining Joshua Cutchin on a radio interview –even though we were already good friends and have engaged in many a discussion over Skype privately. It’s my opinion Joshua’s doing a much-needed work in the Fortean field, by pointing out to the kind of cases and characteristics of witnesses’ testimonies that used to be overlooked or discarded by previous investigators –like the kind of foodstuffs given to experiencers by non-human entities– who didn’t stop to consider THOSE little details might just the kind of thing which will cast a bit more light into these apparently unsolvable enigmas.

So, if you’re the kind of person who doesn’t mind dark and bumpy roads filled with lots of bifurcations and dangerous curves then strap in, because it’s gonna be one hell of a ride!