From the creators of Up and Vanished and Radio Rental, host Payne Lindsey attempts to break the stigma surrounding the topic of UFOs. In this new investigative series, Lindsey shines light on real-life coverups, and infamous cases, all while leaving the tinfoil hat at the door.In the last few years, dozens of Navy pilots have come forward with compelling video evidence of objects in the sky that defy our current understanding of physics. The Pentagon has since confirmed the validity of these accounts and stated, “We don’t know what they are.” Can we finally have a healthy conversation about...
Chanel Dubofsky • Mashable • Jun 1, 2023
"Lindsey speaks with journalists, abductees, and those on a quest for contact while he attempts to get to the bottom of government denial, cover-ups, and acquiescence. All this while he tries to alleviate the stigma around our curiosity about life in the universe and the upheaval it could bring to the mundanity of our daily existence. "
Keelin • Mentally? A Magpie. • May 17, 2023
"I do think this podcast does a great job of finding that middle line as well as someone probably could with this subject in 2023. High Strange juggles enthusiasm and ambivalence well. Anyone who fears aliens probably won’t listen to this, so that’s a moot point. Evidence both ways is presented, and honestly in the final episode Payne Lindsay does an exceptional job of summing up the whole season in a very profound way. …"
Stephen O. • Podcast Delivery • Mar 27, 2023
"...will abduct your attention and work to strip away any preconceptions you may have about aliens and what it takes to believe. You might not come away from High Strange a full-fledged believer, but you’ll definitely have something to think about."
Ximena Smith • Stuff NZ • Mar 25, 2023
"Lindsey does sound a bit credulous at times too, and three episodes in, the talent choices certainly seem to skew that way as well. Undoubtedly, High Strange is a fun, entertaining listen – however, listeners may want to suspend their disbelief to enjoy it to the fullest."