SEGMENT ONE: Jack Bushong, a retired meteorologist for the National Weather Service observed something unexplained on weather radar while he was working in Muskegon. During the break, Dave Marler says hi, with blogger Charles Lear. SEGMENT TWO: Ian Rogers of the documentary UFO Town, to discuss the controversial The Carp, Ontario Case and more.
JACK BUSHONG knew since he was in 9th grade he would be a meteorologist and concentrated on studying advanced math and physics. By 1983, Jack was accepted to the Meteorology program at Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL. In August 1989, he began my career with the National Weather Service Office in Grand Rapids, MI and for the first time I enjoyed seeing summer turn into winter for the first time in 20 years. His job with the NWS in Grand Rapids was hourly surface observations and the issuance of Severe Weather Warnings and Statements as well as relaying the information on NOAA Weather Radio. By 1991, he requested a transfer to his hometown in Muskegon, MI and to also receive radar experience. When the UFO Event occurred in March 1994, Jack had 3 years weather radar experience. He had on the job training as well as a certification course then 2 complete classroom training courses at the NWS Training Center in Kanas City.
IAN ROGERS: is the author of the award-winning collection, Every House Is Haunted. A novelette from the collection, “The House on Ashley Avenue,” was a finalist for the Shirley Jackson Award, and is the basis for an upcoming Netflix film produced by Sam Raimi. Ian lives with his wife in Peterborough, Ontario. For more information, visit: http://www.ian-rogers.com/
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