#143 – Grimerica Talks Fighting the Sky and Shadow People with Conrad Faraj
Interview Starts 48:10
Conrad Faraj – Visionary Filmaker – Director of Fighting the Sky, a film about a group of young UFOlogists investigating loud noises coming from the sky… Conrad has made 100’s of short films and his first feature length was called The Shadow People.
Conrad has a very open and honest chat with us about his upcoming movie and his personal experiences on and off set. We talk about movie making and some of the crazy shit that has happened on set of some of these darker and stranger films. We get into UFOlogy, and the modern mystery of sky sounds, and what kind of movies were his inspiration.
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In the intro Graham talks about his latest CSETI skywatch evening and Red Pill Junkie tries to poo poo the Profound UFO quote of the Week from William Cooper. RPJ talks about the latest happenings in Mexico regarding the Supreme court and it’s latest ruling regarding drugs.
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