Somewhere in the Skies
Somewhere in the Skies is a weekly podcast dedicated to discussing UFOs, the paranormal, and just plain weird. Hosted by author and UFO journalist, Ryan Sprague, the show features current UFO events from around the world, audio docs, and special guests. Join Ryan as he asks new questions, and perhaps even finds some answers to the mysteries that lay somewhere in the skies. New episodes every Monday. Learn more at

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Dean Haglund: X-Files: Season 11, Lone Gunmen, and UFOs

On episode 39 of SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES, Ryan speaks with the one and only Langly of X-Files and Lone Gunmen; Dean Haglund. They talk about his recent season eleven appearance, his favorite moments from the entire series, and they then navigate their way through alien abduction, UFOs, and the impact of possible disclosure in today's world. Haglund then gives his thoughts on the future of The X-Files and what comes next for The Lone Gunmen!

Guest Bio: Dean Haglund is probably best known for his eleven seasons playing Langly, one of the computer geeks known as "The Lone Gunmen" from the hit FOX TV series The X-Files. He also starred in the The X-Files spin-off series The Lone Gunmen. His character is so popular that, he is a main attraction at X-Files and Sci-Fi conventions all over North America. A long-time comedy improviser, he got his start in the international award-winning Vancouver TheatreSports League. To learn more, visit:

Closing Song, "The X-Files Theme" provided by Mark Snow and P.M. Dawn

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