Since “Somewhere in the Skies” host Ryan Sprague stopped by Podsauce, we’ve rounded up a flying saucer-sized fleet of UFO podcasts. Get beamed up with shows about science, the extraordinary world, ancient enigmas, UFOlogy, unexplained phenomena, and known unknowns.
Shows on our list investigate events from history and explore how they’re interpreted by the mass media. Many of these podcasts feature listeners’ stories sharing their own accounts and supernatural encounters. There are several episodes interviewing folks like The X Files‘ creator, Chris Carter.
Journey to the Rendlesham Forest incident known as Britain’s Roswell, learn about folklore, media’s representation of UFOs, and more on Grim & Mild’s “Strange Arrivals.” Host Toby Ball presents history’s wildest unexplained stories, folklore, and cases of extraterrestrial encounters. Start both seasons from episode 1. If you’re inclined to jump ahead, check out the bonus interviews with folks like The X-Files creator Chris Carter, author Colin Dickey, Glen Morgan (writer and producer for The X-Files), and more.
Somewhere in the Skies
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s “Somewhere in the Skies.” When host Ryan Sprague joined Podsauce, he told us about the UFO sighting that started his lifelong obsession. Ryan brings his enthusiasm for learning about UFOs and shares past and present news with guests who have also experienced the unexplainable. They’ll recount their stories, and we’ll even hear from people who have claimed multiple experiences as shared firsthand in the “Abductions of Elise Stoner” episode.
Wild Thing: Space Invaders
“Wild Thing” is a science podcast by Foxtopus Ink. In the second season titled “Space Invaders,” hear about the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, unexplained phenomena, oumuamua, and more in 10 episodes. The first season investigated Bigfoot and dug into evidence from the Patterson-Gimlin film to eyewitness accounts and professional skeptics’ thoughts.
It’s Probably (Not) Aliens
What’s the deal with ancient monuments? Can you explain “ancient astronaut theory?” What mysteries lurk behind lost civilizations? Every week, hosts Tristan Johnson and Scott Niswander are tackling these sorts of questions on “It’s Probably (Not) Aliens.” They’ll share historical facts, debunk myths, and unpack questionable information shared on History Channel’s Ancient Aliens. Check out over 30 episodes running an hour on average.
UFO Chronicles Podcast
Hear first-hand witness encounters from everyday people on “UFO Chronicles Podcast,” hosted by Nik Hunter. The podcast’s archive since 2019 boasts over 150 episodes. From UFO sightings to traumatic alien abductions, psychic abilities, paranormal activity, Occult experiences, near-death experiences, and more, the encounters shared each episode are unforgettable.
That UFO Podcast
Tune into “That UFO Podcast” for news, interviews, and guests like journalists and UFO researchers talking about UAP, UFOs, and connected phenomena. A recent 2-part episode dove into remote viewing with Daz Smith. They chatted about RV’ing Roswell, intuition, finding missing people, crypto-viewing, and more. Since 2020, this series has released over 340 episodes under an hour on average.
The Micah Hanks Program
“The Micah Hanks Program” covers space, science, and the unexplained in weekly episodes. Host Micah is joined by guests to unpack mysteries in physics and astronomy, myths, folklore, archaeology, ancient civilizations, cryptozoology, artificial intelligence, futurism, science fiction, UFOs, and more. The average episode length is less than 2 hours, and the show has released over 100 episodes since 2011.