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Damien John Nott

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Damien has experienced UFO sightings and visitations since he was 9. Through the years he has captured multiple sighting on photo and video. He has even been attacked by these entities. He is now a filmmaker and documentarian. Fractured Realities [parts one and upcoming two   Haunted Skies  Australien Skies (1) Fractured Realities - A Paranatural Enigma – YouTube Damien John Nott | Facebook

1hr 56mins

29 May 2021

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Interview Highlights: Damien John Nott and Melissa Kennedy of AAPI (Part 4)

The Open Minded Skeptic

On this podcast we will be sharing some highlights from an early interview in 2017 with Damien John Nott and Melissa Kennedy of Australian Aerial Phenomena Investigations (AAPI).  Damien John Nott was born in 1979 in Sydney, Australia and grew up in the western suburbs of Sydney. His story came to public attention in 2012 after contacting a UFO research organisation in an attempt to find an answer to his ongoing experiences with the UFO phenomenon. These experiences peaked in the small country town of Dunedoo but not before his first sighting at the young age of 9 which spurred him towards a lifelong endeavour to research and understand what he was to later discover, is the most misunderstood and ridiculed subject in the world today. He has since amassed a prolific body of work documenting his encounters that remain to date, unexplained and unparalleled in the field of ufology. Melissa Kennedy has been involved with AAPI since 2013. Her background is in office administration but her deeper interests have always involved the true nature of our reality, the paranormal and other phenomena. Melissa has witnessed over 60 sightings many of which have been captured on camera. She is presently working on a book detailing the extraordinary experiences she has shared with Damien and a short biography of his life to date.Now, enjoy the show… This is the fourth part of a four-part series.For more information:Check out the AAPI YouTube high strangeness captures.Email our host at roweaton@bigpond.com, or leave us a message on our contact page via tomspod.com!Support the show (https://www.tomspod.com/store.html)

44mins

5 Dec 2019

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Interview Highlights: Damien John Nott and Melissa Kennedy of AAPI (Part 3)

The Open Minded Skeptic

On this podcast we will be sharing some highlights from an early interview in 2017 with Damien John Nott and Melissa Kennedy of Australian Aerial Phenomena Investigations (AAPI).  Damien John Nott was born in 1979 in Sydney, Australia and grew up in the western suburbs of Sydney. His story came to public attention in 2012 after contacting a UFO research organisation in an attempt to find an answer to his ongoing experiences with the UFO phenomenon. These experiences peaked in the small country town of Dunedoo but not before his first sighting at the young age of 9 which spurred him towards a lifelong endeavour to research and understand what he was to later discover, is the most misunderstood and ridiculed subject in the world today. He has since amassed a prolific body of work documenting his encounters that remain to date, unexplained and unparalleled in the field of ufology. Melissa Kennedy has been involved with AAPI since 2013. Her background is in office administration but her deeper interests have always involved the true nature of our reality, the paranormal and other phenomena. Melissa has witnessed over 60 sightings many of which have been captured on camera. She is presently working on a book detailing the extraordinary experiences she has shared with Damien and a short biography of his life to date.Now, enjoy the show… This is the third part of a four-part series.For more information:Check out the AAPI YouTube high strangeness captures. Email our host at roweaton@bigpond.com, or leave us a message on our contact page via tomspod.com!Support the show (https://www.tomspod.com/store.html)

16mins

11 Nov 2019

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Interview Highlights: Damien John Nott and Melissa Kennedy of AAPI (Part 2)

The Open Minded Skeptic

On this podcast we will be sharing some highlights from an early interview in 2017 with Damien John Nott and Melissa Kennedy of Australian Aerial Phenomena Investigations (AAPI).  Damien John Nott was born in 1979 in Sydney, Australia and grew up in the western suburbs of Sydney. His story came to public attention in 2012 after contacting a UFO research organisation in an attempt to find an answer to his ongoing experiences with the UFO phenomenon. These experiences peaked in the small country town of Dunedoo but not before his first sighting at the young age of 9 which spurred him towards a lifelong endeavour to research and understand what he was to later discover, is the most misunderstood and ridiculed subject in the world today. He has since amassed a prolific body of work documenting his encounters that remain to date, unexplained and unparalleled in the field of ufology. Melissa Kennedy has been involved with AAPI since 2013. Her background is in office administration but her deeper interests have always involved the true nature of our reality, the paranormal and other phenomena. Melissa has witnessed over 60 sightings many of which have been captured on camera. She is presently working on a book detailing the extraordinary experiences she has shared with Damien and a short biography of his life to date.Now, enjoy the show… This is the second part of a four-part series.For more information:Check out the AAPI YouTube high strangeness captures. Email our host at roweaton@bigpond.com, or leave us a message on our contact page via tomspod.com!Support the show (https://www.tomspod.com/store.html)

32mins

9 Sep 2019

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Interview Highlights: Damien John Nott and Melissa Kennedy of Australian Aerial Phenomena Investigations (AAPI) (Part 1)

The Open Minded Skeptic

On this podcast we will be sharing some highlights from an early interview in 2017 with Damien John Nott and Melissa Kennedy of Australian Aerial Phenomena Investigations (AAPI).  Damien John Nott was born in 1979 in Sydney, Australia and grew up in the western suburbs of Sydney. His story came to public attention in 2012 after contacting a UFO research organisation in an attempt to find an answer to his ongoing experiences with the UFO phenomenon. These experiences peaked in the small country town of Dunedoo but not before his first sighting at the young age of 9 which spurred him towards a lifelong endeavour to research and understand what he was to later discover, is the most misunderstood and ridiculed subject in the world today. He has since amassed a prolific body of work documenting his encounters that remain to date, unexplained and unparalleled in the field of ufology. Melissa Kennedy has been involved with AAPI since 2013. Her background is in office administration but her deeper interests have always involved the true nature of our reality, the paranormal and other phenomena. Melissa has witnessed over 60 sightings many of which have been captured on camera. She is presently working on a book detailing the extraordinary experiences she has shared with Damien and a short biography of his life to date.Now, enjoy the show… This is the first part of a four-part series.For more information:Check out the AAPI YouTube high strangeness captures. Email our host at roweaton@bigpond.com, or leave us a message on our contact page via tomspod.com!Support the show (https://www.tomspod.com/store.html)

32mins

1 Jul 2019

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Chapter 27 : Sir John Nott

Iain Dale’s Book Club

Welcome! This week, the guest on the Book Club is Sir John Nott. In this episode John is discussing his book 'Memorable Encounters'. During his varied career John Nott has encountered numerous interesting people, some household names and others well-known in their field. In Memorable Encounters he has selected twenty individuals to discuss and reflect on their contribution.If you enjoyed this podcast, make sure you check through the archive for one you may have missed or why not listen to For The Many, Iain's podcast with Jacqui Smith!Iain DaleMonday - Thursday, 7-10pm on LBC.https://www.iaindale.com/

41mins

8 Feb 2019