Dark Matters Radio explores those places, subjects and topics that traditional radio fears to tread! Host Don Ecker is known internationally as one of the top paranormal investigators/researchers for over 20 years. With a broadcasting background going back 20 years, he has interviewed the top names in political, paranormal, and conspiracy topic fields digging for the truth. What makes Dark Matters Radio and Don Ecker different however is not only asking questions, but more importantly questioning answers. As a former detective and criminal investigator Ecker is the perfect fit for Digging out the Truth and not accepting PAP at face value!
Don Ecker is a writer/researcher/commentator currently living in the Los Angeles area. Serving as the former Director of Research and Media Liaison for UFO Magazine for 20 years, Ecker is an internationally renowned investigator of the UFO phenomenon. A former law enforcement officer and criminal investigator with over 10 years experience, he brought legitimacy to a field that has for years suffered being painted with a fringe brush. He has written numerous articles for the definitive UFO publication, UFO Magazine, as well as articles for international publications, the United Kingdoms Fortean Times, Omni, the Compuserve System, and the ParaNet Computer Data Base.While a criminal investigator Detective Ecker was tasked with investigating two cattle mutilations. Fascinated because the animals had been drained of body fluids including their blood, and with no logical reason why, he began researching ... among other things .. vampire legends and myths. The result? He ended up writing a horror novel, Past Sins - A Tale of Supernatural Horror. This well received novel is available on Amazon.Com.
Well lets see .. Astronomy, broadcasting, beautiful women, fine dining, good wine, beautiful women, international affairs, traveling .. now and again, beautiful woman ........
Get another Porsche again, so I can drive up the Pacific Coast Hi-way with the top down soaking in the California sunshine. Now, that is cool.
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