UFOs, the Mantis Man, and Shades of Death Road

On episode 162 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, we welcome Patrick to the show to recount some of the strange and surreal stories of a lifetime with the unknown. First, Patrick and a friend find themselves lost with an unstable conspiracy theorist in the backcountry of Northern Montana in the winter of 1996. With all bets off, the two boys are forced to follow the bizarre man to safety, but not before he shows them an enormous UFO flying directly overhead, which shatters their reality and casts doubt that the strange guide may be telling the truth after all. And then, along the banks of a small river in New Jersey, a fisherman and his brother come face to face with an unimaginable entity. Two years later along this same stretch of river, Patrick watches up close as an extraordinary object hovers in the forest, sending wildlife scattering in all directions, before shooting skyward through the trees and disappearing into the heavens. And lastly, several strange encounters leave Patrick mystified at a place known by locals as Ghost Lake.

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Special thanks to Patrick for sharing these stories with us. If you have a story you'd like to share on the show, please reach out by using the contact tab on the website to discuss more: www.somewhereintheskies.com/contact.html

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Episode edited by Jane Palomera Moore

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