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DragonKing Dark Podcast - Episode 71 - Alexander the Great and his Flying Saucers

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DragonKing Dark - Episode 71 - Alexander the Great and his Flying Saucers

(07-08-2017) DragonKing Dark host Karl Stern takes a look this week at the story of Alexander the Great being turned back from his advance into India by flying saucers.  Alexander again, apparently, had otherworldly help taking the city of Tyre.  But what is the truth of these stories?  In the time before airplanes, what did people see in the skies that was unidentified?  And finally, what does it really mean to be a skeptic?  DragonKingKarl has his take.  DragonKing Dark Podcast Episode 71

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