Midnight in Kentucky: Episode 1.1: The Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program Redux
Is it the first episode? The second? The third? Somewhere in between!? Nobody knows! What’s for sure is that Midnight in Kentucky Episode 1.1 is our premiere episode on ITunes and on our personal platform MidnightinKentucky.com. In this episode we talk about the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program; the Pentagon’s unclassified UFO research program. Long time fans may be asking themselves questions like ‘Haven’t you guys already done this?’, ‘Have we entered some type of time portal?’, ‘Are Stephen and Ben’s Matrix coding on the fritz?’ Perhaps all of those things, but mostly, we know there were ALOT of sound issues in episode one and we wanted to take another swipe at this conversation. Thus, we give you, Midnight in Kentucky Episode 1.1: The Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program Redux. Now with new information, far superior sound, and the same, great Midnight in Kentucky flavor.
We mention the influence of the legendary Art Bell a few separate times in this episode.
Rest in Peace to an icon, hero, and American legend. You will be greatly missed in a world that needs you now more than ever.
-A drone hoax or multidimensional craft? You decide.
-The What Cast; Episode #154- The Truth Behind Skinwalker Ranch with Martin Adil-Smith: https://open.spotify.com/episode/4WtRi5quvbIakmXJlyHuk3?si=BL6oHMp9TPOmECqoV0dakg
-Stuff They Don’t Want You to Know; Episode: How The US Secretly Tracked UFOs with Jeremy Corbell:
-Aleister Crowley’s Lam & the Little Grey Men
Correct it in Post:
1:12:10– Famed OSI agent Richard Doty is misnamed as Robert Bigelow, the financial contributor to the AATIP.
1:14:55- Phillip Schneider, known for his alleged involvement in a battle with grey aliens while constructing an underground base at Dulce, NM, is misnamed as Philip Corso, Lt. Colonel in the U.S. Army and writer of The Day After Roswell.