This week on The Malliard Report we get another a two for one show featuring two fantastic guests, one that is familiar fan favorite, and a new comer with a story that will certainly stick with you. On this episode Jim welcomes George Noory and Whitley Strieber to discuss current situations, past stories, and the future potentials for radio.
First on this episode is the legendary George Noory. George needs very little introduction; but for the few that may not know: George Noory is the host of the nationally syndicated radio show Coast to Coast AM, guest on History’s Ancient Aliens, and frequent speaker. His smooth voice has guided listeners into the world of the weird for many years and will for many more to come. He can be heard just about every night on your local AM affiliate.
Second up in this fantastic lineup is author Whitley Strieber. Strieber ”… is an American writer best known for his horror novels The Wolfen and The Hunger and for Communion, a purported non-fiction account of his alleged experiences with non-human entities. He has maintained a dual career of author of fiction and advocate of paranormal concepts through his best-selling non-fiction books, his Unknown Country web site, and his Internet podcast, Dreamland. Strieber began his career as a novelist with the horror novels The Wolfen (1978) and The Hunger (1981), both of which were made into feature films, followed by the less successful horror novels Black Magic (1982) and The Night Church (1983).
Strieber then turned to speculative fiction with social conscience. Collaborating with James Kunetka, he wrote Warday (1984), about the dangers of limited nuclear warfare, and Nature’s End (1986) a novel about environmental apocalypse. He independently authored Wolf of Shadows (1985), a young adult novel set in the aftermath of a nuclear war.”
While Strieber’s fictional work is fantastic, his nonfiction, personal story is even more intriguing than his fiction. “Strieber contends that he was abducted from his cabin in upstate New York on the evening of December 26, 1985 by non-human beings. He wrote about this experience and related experiences in Communion (1987), his first non-fiction book. Although the book is perceived generally as an account of alien abduction, Strieber draws no conclusions about the identity of the alleged abductors. He refers to the beings as “the visitors”, a name chosen to be as neutral as possible to entertain the possibility that they are not extraterrestrials. Neurologist Steven Novella remarks that the details of Whitley’s tale of waking up seemingly paralyzed fits the description of hypnagogia, a fairly common neurological phenomenon that has been mistaken by some for an intervention by demons or aliens.”
This is a fantastic episode with not one, but two HUGE guests. Make sure to check your local AM affiliate for Coast to Coast AM times and station numbers. You can find Whitley’s books on all major online retailers, and it is recommended that you give them a read. For all things Malliard head over to malliard.com where you catch up on past shows, join in on the live show (every Tuesday 9 P.M. EST) sign up for the newsletter, and grab merch. Follow Jim on all social media outlets @malliard!
The Malliard Report the featured guests are the listeners of the show and nothing is more of a wild card than a live call show. With no shortage of lively discussion and enough fodder topics in the world right now, this is another great episode.
Sick of hearing about it yet? If you are, then you are certainly not alone. We have had nothing but a constant barrage of fear-based propaganda hurled at us for months on end. This actually has a term that has been dubbed as “covid fatigue” and it is safe to say that we are all a little tired. But what has all of this done to us psychologically? Will this leave an imprint that will stick around for years to come? Will we always be timid of certain situations and trigger words? This week on The Malliard Report Jim welcomes back a show favorite to discuss the nature of “these unprecedented times.” Making his third appearance on the show Morry Zelcovitch, is a great friend and fan of the show, wealth of knowledge, and perfect for a good laugh.
“Morry Zelcovitch, creator of The Morry Method, first noticed the effects that sounds and tones had on his own mental state well over 20 years ago. This led to a decades long journey deep into the study of brainwave entrainment. Not satisfied with the minor results he experienced, Morry sought out the world’s foremost brainwave entrainment expert and, after extensive study and training, became one of the few Certified Brainwave Entrainment Engineers in the world. From that impressive starting point, and with ongoing study and research, Morry has developed proprietary technology and techniques which he has named “The Morry Method “Not satisfied keeping this knowledge and powerful methodology to himself, Morry tirelessly produces the most leading-edge recordings that incorporate The Morry Method proprietary techniques. These recordings, including Quantum Mind Power and Quantum Confidence, are acclaimed by his legion of listeners.”
It is always a guaranteed good time when Morry joins Jim and this episode is no exception. From discussing how the very shape of media and content (Podtent™? No real trademark yet, but who knows!?) created today, to the state of American affairs. You can find The Morry Method and more ( more Morry!) at his website themorrymethod.com and he can be found on all social media outlets. For all things Malliard, make sure to head over to malliard.com where you are able to sign up for the newsletter, catch up on past shows, find some awesome merch. Join the live chat every Tuesday night at 9. P.M. EST for lively debate and discussion in the Duck Pond. Remember to rate and subscribe through your favorite podcasting app, and you can find Jim on all social media platforms @malliard.
This week on The Malliard Report Jim opens the phone lines for the fan-favorite live calls; and this week is certainly a mixed bag of hot button topics. From the grumblings of future food shortages to school re-openings, the placing of legalization of recreational marijuana higher on the gubernatorial importance list than the policies surrounding how the school year for one state, and even the idea of taxation on the religious institutions.