Guest, Craig Campobasso

Guest Name: 
Craig Campobasso
Craig Campobasso
Guest Occupation: 
Author, filmmaker
Guest Biography: 

CRAIG CAMPOBASSO BIO

Multiple award-winning filmmaker and Emmy-nominated casting director Craig Campobasso started in the entertainment business at age 15 when he landed his first national commercial for McDonald’s, and spoke his first line of dialogue to Tuesday Weld in a movie of the week.

After graduating high school at 17, Craig went to work behind-the-scenes on blockbuster film classics such as Frank Herbert’s Dune directed by David Lynch; and two Arnold Schwarzenegger movies: Conan The Destroyer and Total Recall

He began his casting career on Steven Spielberg’s Amazing Stories, and received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Casting for a Series on David E. Kelley’s Picket Fences. Craig’s casting career spans three decades.

At 26, he experienced a life-changing spiritual awakening. That’s when The Autobiography of an ExtraTerrestrial Saga book series was born. His passion is to write stories that provoke the reader to think, to raise their consciousness, and to expand their mind about Creation, while still entertaining in the Hollywood tradition. 

Craig directed, wrote, and produced the short film Stranger at the Pentagon, adapted from the popular UFO book authored by the late Dr. Frank E. Stranges. 

The short film won Best Sci-Fi film at the Burbank International Film Festival, and the Remi Award at the Worldfest Houston International Film Festival for Best Sci-Fi Short.

Craig has been a guest on many radio shows, including Coast to Coast AM with George Noory. He’s also been a guest on Open Minds with Regina Meredith and Beyond Belief, hosted by George Noory on Gaia.com

Craig has also appeared on the History Channel’s Ancient Aliens.

His latest book is The Extraterrestrial Species Almanac: The Ultimate Guide to Greys, Reptilians, Hybrids, and Nordics, released in January 2021.

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

 

This is the ultimate field guide to the 82 extraterrestrial species that populate the universe. ET enthusiast Craig Campobasso explores the origins, physical characteristics, technological and consciousness abilities, dimensional capacities, belief systems, and cosmic agendas of each of the species.
 

The species fall into two categories: 1) benevolent races, which function as the guardians of humanity, whose goals include helping people overcome duality, healing, and protecting; and 2) malevolent races, which are responsible for abductions and cloning, and who ultimately seek domination.

This is an intergalactic expose that will entertain those interested in UFOs and ETs. 

If you like sci-fi and fantasy such as in the Marvel universe or Star Trek, Star Wars, and popular shows such as Ancient Aliens, or if you're intrigued by Roswell and Project Blue Book, this book delves deep into who the real extraterrestrials are, and what they want with us. 

The Extraterrestrial Species Almanac