TV personality and show host, Roderick Martin is an expert ufologist for the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON). He also hosts the podcast and YouTube channel High Strangeness™.
Martin has uncovered cultural differences in many minority experiences, researched UFO encounters, and interviewed minority alien abductees. He has arguably become the most trusted source on these topics within the Black community.
He has been featured in numerous documentaries, including discovery+’s Alien Endgame, 4biddenknowledgeTV’s Black Knight Satellite documentary, and Fox Tubi’s documentary Aliens, Abductions & UFOs: Roswell at 75. Others include documentaries I Want To Believe 3: Aliens Among Us; I Want To Believe 2: UFOs and UAPS; and Don’t Call Me Bigfoot. He has also made featured appearances on Coast to Coast Radio, GAIA’s Beyond Belief with George Noory, GAIA’s Open Minds with Regina Meredith, and History Channel’s Ancient Aliens.
Martin will share his research in his 2024 book titled The Unspeakable Truth.
Roderick Martin is the founder of Project B.L.A.C.K., the Black League of Alien Contact Knowledge. The subject of extraterrestrial life and UFOs has been traditionally considered taboo within the Black community for a variety of reasons, and the goal of the project is to create a platform for open and inclusive discussions on extraterrestrial life and UFOs within the Black community, to increase the representation and visibility of Black individuals in this field, and to provide a safe space to promote education and understanding. Ultimately, the project aims to bring the Black community together to explore and learn about the possibilities of life beyond Earth.
Martin is a former employee of a military defense contractor, lending unique insight into the government’s quest for superior weapons and how this ties to UFOs.