Luis Elizondo and Sean Cahill: The Next Chapter
On episode 196 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, we are joined by first-time guests, Luis Elizondo and Sean Cahill. In 2017, the New York Times published a story that exposed a highly secretive Pentagon unit that studied UFOs. It was known as AATIP, The Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program. It was directed by a man named Luis Elizondo, a former Special Agent and senior counterintelligence officer for the Department of Defense. After leaving the program, Elizondo helped facilitate the release of three videos taken by Navy pilots of unidentified aerial objects, which were officially released by the Department of Defense and acknowledged as genuine unknown aerial phenomena. One of the cases Elizondo investigated while in the Pentagon and one of the videos he would subsequently help release, was from an event known as the Nimitz UFO incident. For several days in November 2004, a Navy missile cruiser sailing around 100 miles off the coast of southern California detected strange radar signals emanating from an object. The Navy then deployed fighter jets to catch a closer glimpse and one succeeded in recording a video of what is now known as the Tic Tac UFO. Dozens witnessed the UFO activity that day. And one of those witnesses was Chief Master-at-Arms, Sean Cahill. Today, we speak to both Luis Elizondo and Sean Cahill about where they've been, what they've learned, and where they're going next.
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Episode edited by Jane Palomera Moore
Opening Theme Song, "Ephemeral Reign" by Per Kiilstofte
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