Starting this Thursday at 10pm est. "Notes from the underground" with host Debra Jayne East. We're all very excited to have her join our network, and look forward to having her show grow along with our network for many years to come.
Debra Jayne East grew up in a rural town in Virginia and from an early age she had an interest in writing, astronomy and science. In 1968, close to midnight, her family went outside to see what their German Shepard dog was barking at. Looming over the hill, a lens shaped object the size of a tractor trailer with a rotating band of blue, white and red lights hovered silently in the moonlight. That was the first UFO sighting she experienced at twelve years old.
That was only the beginning of the family’s sightings with the most significant one happening in 1987 after a large UFO flap in Wytheville, Virginia. After hundreds of sightings by military, the sheriff’s department and many locals, including radio newscaster Danny Gordon, her parents woke up to find a strange triangle shaped landing marks in their back field.
After her career and raising a family, Ms. East returned to her first love and began writing paranormal books and also researching the UFO phenomenon
This led to her hosting her own radio show six years ago and she is still giving people a voice to tell their stories today. “It’s my legacy,” she smiles.
“I like to believe we are all a piece of the puzzle. I not only interview people like Bruce Maccabee, James Bartley and Peter Robbins experts in their own fields but the everyday person, researcher or abductee with unique stories to share.”
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