George Knapp is a Nevada journalist who has been honored with the highest awards in broadcast journalism–the Peabody Award (twice), the Dupont Award from Columbia University, the Edward R. Murrow Award, and 25 regional Emmy awards for investigative reporting, environmental reporting, and news writing.
He is the longtime chief investigative reporter for KLAS TV Las Vegas, where he previously worked as news anchor. He co-authored the best-selling book Hunt for the Skinwalker. In 1989, his reports about Nevada’s Area 51 military base were selected by UPI as Best Individual Achievement by a Reporter. Since 2007, he has also been a weekend host of “Coast to Coast AM.”
Jeremy Corbell is an American contemporary artist and investigative filmmaker based in Los Angeles, CA. Corbell documents ordinary individuals and their ExtraOrdinary beliefs. This research has taken him into the worlds of nanotechnology, aerospace exploration, exotic propulsion systems, UFOs, the mystery of Skinwalker Ranch and what he calls, “The Phenomenon.” Corbell has documented the surgical removal of alleged Off-World Alien Implants, and with access to NASA, he has filmed the analysis of anomalous metamaterials alleged to be physical evidence of extraterrestrial nano-technology from UFO landing sites. Corbell has obtained death-bed confessions from former CIA and government intelligence officials, who claim to expose the truth about the UFO reality and its coverup. Corbell’s films reveal how ideas, held by credible individuals, can alter the way we experience reality and help us to reconsider the fabric of our own beliefs.
Randall Nickerson has been working in the film industry since 1987, first as a stage and film actor, before transitioning into cinematography, and ultimately into directing in 2001. After several short documentaries, Nickerson made the leap to his first feature-length film, Ariel Phenomenon. Future projects include a documentary highlighting the effects of poaching on the biodiversity in Africa, a feature-length film based on his short-form documentary A Silence in the Heard, and Budd, a documentary on accomplished artist and UFO researcher Budd Hopkins.
Peter Davenport has been director of the National UFO Reporting Center since 1994. Davenport reports UFO sighting cases regularly on the “Jeff Rense Radio Show” and presents lectures on specific UFO cases, most notably the Phoenix Lights sighting. In addition to being the director of the National UFO Reporting Center, Davenport has served as the director of investigations for the Washington Chapter of the Mutual UFO Network.
He received his undergraduate education at Stanford University in California, where he earned bachelor’s degrees in both Russian and biology, as well as a translator’s certificate in Russian translation. His graduate education was completed at the University of Washington in Seattle, where he earned an M.S. degree in the genetics and biochemistry of fish from the College of Fisheries, as well as an M.B.A. degree in finance and international business from the Graduate School of Business.