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John A. Ball ...
Himself - Radio Astronomer (as John A. Ball Ph.D.)
Robert Bauval ...
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William J. Birnes ...
Himself (as Bill Birnes Ph.D.)
Thomas Bullard ...
Himself - Folklorist (as Thomas E. Bullard Ph.D.)
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Himself - Biblical Archaeologist (as Robert R. Cargill Ph.D.)
David Childress ...
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Philip Coppens ...
Himself
Michael Cremo ...
Himself
Michael J. Crowe ...
Himself - Cavanaugh Prof. Emeritus (as Michael J. Crowe Ph.D.)
Paul Davies ...
Himself - Theoretical Physicist (as Paul Davies Ph.D.)
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Himself - Physicist (as Michael Dennin Ph.D.)
Matthew F. Dowd ...
Himself - University of Notre Dame (as Matthew F. Dowd Ph.D.)
Bill Homann ...
Himself - Caretaker Mitchell-Hedges Crystal Skull
Arthur D. Horn ...
Himself (as Arthur D. Horn Ph.D.)
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From The History Channel : "If ancient aliens visited Earth, what was their mission, and is there evidence that points to when they will return? Ancient Sumerian tablets describe an alien race, known as the Anunnaki, who came to Earth to mine for gold. Egyptian hieroglyphs depict hybrid creatures that were part man, part animal. Mysterious crop circles and unexplainable crystal skulls are thought to contain messages that man has yet to decipher. Strange evidence may exist in multiple cultures throughout history suggesting that aliens came here to explore, excavate raw materials, experiment on human beings, and even for pure conquest." Written by OverlordOfEvil

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The show's narrator incorrectly refers to the examination of Snippy's mutilated remains as an "autopsy," which is performed on human remains. A "necropsy" is performed on animal ones. See more »

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