So, here’s the setup. Rob and his co-author for Beyond the Bermuda Triangle, Bruce Gernon, are going to be on an episode of Ancient Aliens called Earth’s Black Holes. This was the scene today, March 30, at Wellington’s Aero Club, an aeronautical community where some of the filming took place.
These interviews involve time travel, UFOs, aliens (of course) and teleportation – Bruce’s strange and harrowing journey through the Bermuda Triangle. Everything they talked about is recounted in Beyond the Bermuda Triangle, the idea that these black holes are located all over the planet.
One of the stories is about John Murphy’s experience in Bermuda in 1964, when he was in the Navy. It’s one of the best and most convincing time travel stories I’ve ever read. It also has reincarnational undercurrents, something the production people didn’t want discussed since the show is, after all, about aliens!
There were 8 crew members with 4 vans filled with equipment. They had rented an eight-seater plane and earlier in the day had flown out to Andros Island, filming in flight. The afternoon filming took place outside a hangar at the Aero Club. Sandy McAdams, whose hangar it is, has 3 incredible planes in his hangar and gave me a little tour of these incredible crafts. One of them, an experimental craft which you can see in the background of this photo, weighs 2200 pounds, flies 300 knots, and makes it from Wellington to Canada in just 5 hours, flying at 28,000 feet. The cabin is pressurised but Sandy says he carries oxygen just in case.
Bruce on camera. This is the 38th documentary Bruce has done since the publication of his and Rob’s book The Fog. He said it was the most professional.
Rob, waiting his turn!
The episode will air in late May or early June. Stay tuned!