Episode: Joe Murgia, aka UFO Joe, on Ufology Today


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Joe Murgia, aka UFO Joe, on Ufology Today
Joe Murgia, aka UFO Joe, is a freelance Director of Photography and Camera Operator. He also runs the website UFOJoe.net, where he posts important UFO news and updates. One thing Joe does that is invaluable to the UFO research community, is that he transcribes important interviews. Recent transcriptions include interviews with George Knapp, Harry Reid, many of the 2004 Nimitz UFO encounter witnesses, and more. In this episode, we get to know Joe and his work. We talk about how Joe got involved with UFOs, and what inspired him to start UFOJoe.net. We also discuss his views on the remarkable ongoing revelations regarding government investigations of UFOs. Read more about Joe at his website UFOJoe.net. UFO Headlines: www.openminds.tv/category/ufoheadlines Support me on Patreon: www.patreon.com/alejandrotrojas

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