ROSS COULTHART AND BRYCE ZABEL INVESTIGATE THE UFO/UAP MYSTERY
YOUTUBE PODCAST: #18 - REAL CHANGE AHEAD?
We can all feel it. Something is changing. It's not the same old, same old. Here's our take.
Ross and Bryce were scheduled to record a new show on May 17, the day of the recent House UAP hearings. They dropped what they had in mind, recorded and posted the same day, and got Lue Elizondo to come in for thirty minutes of fast-breaking analysis. It's turned into our most widely heard and seen show to date.
You may know him as "UFO Jesus" or as Ryan Robbins, but he's one of the most important voices speaking out today on the subject of UFO/UAP disclosure. He's just had Bryce Zabel on a new series of interviews he's doing, something that started with Lue Elizondo.
When it comes to talk radio on the subject of UAP reality, Coast-to-Coast AM delivers. On May 26, host George Noory interviewed Ross Coulthart about new videos, congressional hearings and the Need to Know commitment to journalism and analysis.
Based on the success of the "Trail of the Saucers" publication on Medium, Bryce has agreed to write a monthly column for The Debrief. His first article, published on May 19, 2022, is "What Do They Know about Us?" It's a thought experiment about how an alien AI may know everything about us while we know next to nothing about them.
In the style of George Carlin, here's a comedic analysis of the state of modern ufology with all the swear words left in.
If you missed seeing the May 17 hearing in the first place, here it is in all its flawed glory.
Tim Burchett may not be a perfect messenger on many political matters, but on UAP transparency he is probably the most outspoken politician talking today.
Ross Coulthart and Bryce Zabel finally met in person in July 2022 after doing 17 episodes of Need to Know together. They became fast friends during the pandemic when getting together was prevented by both the lockdown and the fact that they lived 7,490 miles from each other. In one Zoom after another, they discovered all they had in common. Both are trained broadcasters, award-winning investigative reporters, and authors of critically-acclaimed UFO books. Both have been on-air talent for network news programs.
The idea is to keep the shows focused and to the point — energetic, informed, and conversational.
In addition to keeping it live, impromptu and surprising, the series is an investigation that transparently lets the audience be a part of breaking the greatest news story of all time.
Both Ross and Bryce have authored books on the UAP/UFO mystery.
Ross Coulthart's "In Plain Sight" is the result of a three-year investigation that comes to startling conclusions.
Bryce Zabel's "A.D. After Disclosure" (co-authored with Richard Dolan) is a ground-breaking work of speculative non-fiction.
Ross Coulthart is currently riding a powerful wave of interest in his work, having a best-selling book on the topic — In Plain Sight — written after his intensive three year probe into the subject. His subsequent documentaries on the topic, for Australia’s Channel Seven, has been seen millions of people worldwide..
Ross has won every significant award for investigative reporting that Australia offers — from the coveted Gold Walkley to the Australian equivalent of the Emmy, the Logie. He's reported stories that include terrorist murders, medical scandals, Aboriginal rights, militia killings, organized crime, and even outlaw motorcycle gangs.
His work as an investigative reporter has been featured on the popular news program 60 Minutes on Channel Nine, the Sunday Night news program, and Channel Seven Australia. He has spoken to hundreds of eyewitnesses and military insiders.
Besides In Plain Sight, he is the author of five other non-fiction books.
Bryce Zabel edits Trail of the Saucers, a fast-rising Medium publication on today's UAP issue. He is also the co-author of A.D. After Disclosure, a non-fiction book about the coming post-Disclosure world. As a Hollywood writer/producer, Bryce made Syfy’s first original film, Official Denial, and the primetime NBC hour drama series Dark Skies.
As a broadcast journalist, Bryce won several awards for mainstream investigative reporting on PBS including the Golden Mike from the California AP TV-Radio Association, as well as the top award from the Los Angeles area Radio-TV News Directors Association. He began his national broadcast career as an on-air CNN correspondent in Los Angeles.
Bryce has created five primetime television drama series and written three limited series. He won the Writers Guild award for Pandemic. His feature credits include Mortal Kombat and Atlantis.
Bryce is a former CEO of the Television Academy and an adjunct professor at the USC School of Cinematic Arts.