Wed May 11 2011: Today on The 'X' Zone with Rob McConnell


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SEGMENT 1: 10 pm - 11 pm Eastern / 7 pm - 8 pm Pacific
PHILIP J IMBROGNO - UFO's, Dr Hynek and the General State of UFOlogy -
Philip J. Imbrogno is a science educator, and a leading expert on ufology and the stone chambers of New York. With Dr. J. Allen Hynek and Bob Pratt, he co-authored the best-selling Night Siege: The Hudson Valley UFO Sightings (Ballantine Books, 1986), still in print (Llewellyn). His fourth and most recent book, Interdimensional Universe: The New Science of UFOs and other Dimensional Beings (Llewellyn), has remained on the list of top 25 best-selling UFO books since its publication in July 2008. His New Book Files from the Edge has just been released this month. In addition, he has written hundreds of articles. He lectures and makes numerous media appearances on television and radio. Imbrogno holds undergraduate and graduate degrees in physics, astronomy and chemistry from the University of Texas and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and is completing his Ph.D in theoretical chemistry from MIT. Imbrogno's media appearances include high-profile television programs such as Oprah, Geraldo and Regis Philbin and Kathy Live; network news shows such as Dateline NBC; major TV and cable networks, including Fox, PBS, the History Channel and HBO, and numerous radio programs, including, The 'X' Zone Radio Show with Rob McConnell. He has written articles for science and general interest publications, and writes an astronomy column for 13 Connecticut newspapers. Phil also has a new column called The Unexplained which appears monthly in the Hearst Newspaper chain. -

SEGMENT 2: 11 pm - 12 am Eastern / 8 pm - 9 pm Pacific
LEE BOYLAND - Islamic Terrorism, Iran's Nuclear Weapons Program -
Lee Boyland earned a degree in nuclear engineering, then entered active duty as an officer in the U.S. Army Ordnance Corps. A graduate of the U.S. Navy's Explosive and Nuclear Ordnance Disposal Schools, Boyland was assigned to the Defense Atomic Support Agency in Albuquerque, NM. A member of DASA's Nuclear Emergency Team responsible for nuclear weapons accidents including rendering safe of armed nuclear warheads, he had access to the design details of every nuclear and thermonuclear warhead developed by the United States through the Mark 63 warhead. His duties took him to the Nevada Test Site on many occasions. After leaving the Army, he designed conventional and special ordnance, and later demilitarized chemical weapons at Rocky Mountain Arsenal and Tooele Army Depot. Mr. Boyland has detailed knowledge and understanding of advanced weapons systems. He made the transition from weapons to hazardous waste management by applying aerospace combustion technology to incineration of Agent Orange. He has worked for large companies, started a successful business, and bought and sold businesses for large companies. In addition to his novels, he has had many technical articles published, and is the author of a chapter in the Biohazards Management Handbook, and wrote the Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens Training Series marked by Fisher Scientific. He represented the U.S. as an engineer on a technology exchange team sent to China, October-November 2003. -

SEGMENT 3: 12 am - 01 am Eastern / 9 pm - 10 pm Pacific
COREY WASHINGTON - Racism and Immigration -
Corey Washington is a middle school social studies teacher currently teaching at Tutt middle school in Richmond County, Augusta, Georgia. He holds both a bachelor and master´s degree in Middle Grades Education from Augusta State University. Born in New York City in 1976, Corey has grown up in a cultural/racial melting pot. In the mid-1980s, he moved to Aiken, South Carolina. Ever since 1992, he has lived in Augusta, Georgia and considers it a perfect fit. His love for history has spurred his love for writing. Other hobbies include: playing and watching basketball, blogging for various websites: (,, and, fishing, and above all reading the Bible every day. -

SEGMENT 4: 01 am - 02 am Eastern / 10 pm - 11 pm Pacific
MAJOR MONTGOMERY J. GRANGER (RET) - Saving Grace At Gauntanamo Bay -
Montgomery J. Granger is a three-time mobilized U.S. Army Reserve Major (Ret.), who was called into his Reserve Center in Uniondale (Long Island), New York, on 9/11, in response to the attacks on the World Trade Center's Twin Towers, the Pentagon, and Flight 93, which crashed at Shanksville, Pennsylvania. He answered his country's call to duty next in January 2002 for a mission to help run the military detention facility at the U.S. Naval Station at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. He was called up again just six months after returning from duty at Gitmo, but this time remained stateside at the U.S. Army Reserve Training Center at Fort Dix, New Jersey. After nearly six months at Fort Dix, MAJ Granger returned to civilian life for about a year when he was involuntarily transferred to another Reserve Army unit that was deploying to Iraq in the fall of 2004. Major Granger served 14 months of active duty on his third deployment and served in Baghdad, Abu Ghraib, Camp Bucca, and Ashraf, Iraq, as Medical Service officer for military detention facility operations. He is married and is the father of five children, and lives on Long Island, New York. He is also the author of "Theodore," a personal narrative published in the 2006 Random House wartime anthology "Operation Homecoming: Iraq, Afghanistan and the Home Front in the Words of U.S. Troops and Their Families," where he wrote about his fear and anxiety over having left his family in 2002, and especially two-day-old Theodore, and what reaction there was upon his return. Operation Homecoming was sponsored in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, and edited by Andrew Carroll, editor of the New York Times bestselling book, War Letters. Granger was born in Illinois, raised and schooled in Rubidoux, California, and attended undergraduate school at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Education. He earned a master's degree in curriculum and teaching from Teachers College-Columbia University, where he met his wife. He also attended the State University of New York at Stony Brook, where he earned professional credits to obtain a New York State School District Administrators' license. He is an accomplished coach and teacher of health and physical education, having taught in Alabama, California, New York City, and Long Island, before becoming a director of Health, Physical Education and Athletics. He was most recently Director of Health, Physical Education and Athletics, and then District Administrator for Operations for the Comsewogue school district in Port Jefferson Station, N.Y., and is now a Director of Health, Physical Education and Athletics, and Director of Facilities for an Eastern Long Island school district. Granger is the author of many writings and musing as yet unpublished, but hopefully soon to be shared with a waiting world. -
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