Friend of Punk rock and UFOs and host of the best podcast on Ufology "Somewhere In The Skies," Ryan Sprague has started a Patreon campaign to help grow the podcast and help ease some of the production costs.Read More
In Nick Redfern's "Nessie," the lore of the Loch Ness Monster is studied from a supernatural slant that adds more mystique to one of the biggest mysteries in cryptozoology.Read More
Hurricane Harvey has hit Punk Rock and UFOs in our own backyard. The strength and resiliency of the people of Houston is inspiring, as through assisting with donations and drives, this author is beyond proud of the city, and how the nation has rallied.Read More
Pop-punk acts aren't afraid to rock UFO imagery on their shirts, but for Best Ex (the band formerly known as Candy Hearts) the fear of aliens may actually exist. Front woman Mariel Loveland has used UFO/ space designs on merchandise in the past, and her intrigue into outer space is also met with some trepidation.Read More
Cinco Radio Journalist Javier Lopez Diaz recently shared images of engraved Jada stones that were acquired from an expedition between Veracruz and Puebla from March 2017 that if legitimate could further prove the ancient astronaut theory, which states alien visitation has taken place from the beginning of time.Read More
Like many great UFO researchers, Grant Cameron's journey began in the sky.
After an abundance of UFO sightings in Manitoba in 1975 laid the groundwork for Cameron's foray into the field, and his latest book "Charlie Red Star: True Reports Of One Of North America's Biggest UFO Sightings" brings his career to back to where it all started.Read More
PunkrockandUFOs.com received a text Thursday night from a friend who works for United Airlines with video footage of an unidentified object flying over George Bush International Airport in Houston, Texas.Read More