Scott Philbrook Co-Host

Scott Philbrook was born near Death Valley, California where his dad worked on top secret wing weapons for the A-6 Intruder and the F-4D Phantom at China Lake Naval Base. He’s always had a fascination with the unexplained and takes great pleasure in discussing it at length with his long time friend Forrest, who’s mind is a repository of seemingly trivial information that might save your life in the event of the apocalypse. Scott doesn’t believe the end is near, but he does drive a Land Rover that can be ready to bug out in twenty minutes and provide safe habitat for his family for several weeks without resupply. While Scott takes a skeptical approach to the mysteries of this life, he thinks mankind has only just scratched the surface of understanding the universe and is humbled by what he feels we all don’t know.

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Forrest Burgess Co-Host

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Tess Pfeifle Reasearch Department

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Ryan McCullough Sound Design

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