From 1992 to 2002 investigative journalist Christopher O'Brien investigated and/or logged hundreds of unexplained events reported in the San Luis Valley—located in South-central Colorado/North Central New Mexico. Working with law enforcement officials from area counties, ex-military members, ranchers and an extensive network of skywatcher/investigators, he documented what may have been the most intense wave of unexplained activity ever seen in a single region of North America. His ten-plus year investigation resulted in the three books of his “mysterious valley” trilogy, The Mysterious Valley, Enter the Valley, (both St Martins Press) and Secrets of the Mysterious Valley. His field investigation of UFO reports, unexplained livestock deaths, Native American legends, cryptozoological animals, secret military activity and the folklore, found in the world's largest alpine valley, has produced one of the largest databases of unusual occurrences gathered from a single geographic region.
His new book Stalking the Herd (600 pages 2014) is the most comprehensive book ever written on the subject of “cattle mutilations.” It is destined to become the go-to textbook examining this complicated mystery.
His recent book Stalking the Tricksters, released by Adventures Unlimited Press (2009), distills his years of field investigation and research into an ingenious unified field theory that addresses the apparent interrelatedness between divergent paranormal phenomena.
O’Brien has appeared on over 70 TV show segments and documentaries and hundreds radio programs around the world including, Ancient Aliens, Coast to Coast, UFO Hunters, Inside Edition, Extra, Sightings, Unsolved Mysteries, Unexplained Files and his investigations have been featured by the History, Learning, Travel and Discovery Channels, the BBC, Nippon TV, the Associated Press, Denver Post, Albuquerque Journal, Fate, UFO Magazine and many other publications and media outlets too numerous too mention.
He has location-scouted, field-produced, supplied footage for dozens of production companies and directed two segments for the TV show Strange Universe. He is currently an associate producer for Ronald James Films, and his film (co-produced with Ron James and Jennifer Stein) “It Could Happen Tomorrow” won two 2012 EBE film festival Awards—for Best Feature and The Peoples Choice Award.
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Marc St-Germain is the producer of Secret Space Program, a documentary
Marc St-Germain holds a Bachelor of Science degree and is also a former member of the Canadian Armed Forces. It was after working in various sectors of activity that he has gradually turned to ufology. Throughout his career, he used his free time to do research in several areas: archaeology of civilizations, mythology, anthropology and ufology. In 2008, he published his first book, The Age of Chaos, Secret History of mankind; while writing this book, he discovered that extraterrestrial reality was part of the history of our civilization and he developed an ancient alien theory based on ancestral scriptures. The publication of this book led him to become a renowned lecturer in Quebec and while giving lectures across the province he realized that UFOs were still a well established taboo! To understand the origin of this taboo, he conducted a three years historical research of the UFO phenomenon. This research led him to the heart of the establishment of an integrated structure that was established in the late 40s. He discovered that this secret structure was created specifically to control the information of the entire UFO phenomenon and the alien presence on Earth; the Roswell events and the creation of the CIA were at the heart of that conspiracy. In 2010, he joined the Quebec Association of Ufology where he gave several lectures related to his theory. His work was very well received by the members of that association and the Board of Directors. Thereafter he began to conduct field investigations for the organization and, in 2011, he was promoted to Regional Director. In 2014, he joined the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON) and became a certified UFO field investigator. He was promoted to Provincial Director for MUFON in Quebec in August 2015. His field experience and the amount of information gathered for his conferences gave him enough material to write The Silence Keepers. In fall 2014, after a few presentations in Quebec, St-Germain was invited to France and Belgium to present The Silence Keepers to several European UFO organizations. Again, the response to Marc St-Germain’s work from the UFO community was more than positive. MUFON Star Team member and CAG International since February 2017, Marc St-Germain continue to work on various UFO research projects. He currently lives near Mont Tremblant, Quebec with his wife Annie.
Marc, with his co-producer Jean-Charles Moyen, has recently completed a comprehensive documentary on the Secret Space Program that is being screened at the 14th Annual UFO Film Festival in Gallup, New Mexico on October 22, 2017.