Clyde Lewis is a powerful voice in the field of paranormal news and commentary. Each night on Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis, Lewis discusses all matters of the paranormal, UFOs and conspiracies, and shares his passionate and knowledgeable approach to news, current events and politics. His unique, non-conventional, and often theatrical, take on late-night talk radio has made him a consistent ratings winner in Portland on FM News 101 KXL, where the program originates. In July of 2012, Premiere Networks partnered with Alpha Broadcasting to launch Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis into national syndication and the program currently broadcasts weekdays from 10 p.m. - 1 a.m. ET/7 - 10 p.m. PT on nearly 200 affiliates nationwide. With a diverse background in news, acting, writing and radio, Lewis entertains and captivates audiences across multiple platforms. Lewis’ career in radio began in Utah in 1982 and he created Ground Zero in 1995 in Salt Lake City. Lewis has produced Ground Zero programs online, on radio and on television. Lewis has appeared in a SHOWTIME special with magicians Penn & Teller, as well as the television programs Sightings, Strange Universe and the Discovery Channel special Return to the Bermuda Triangle. He has been published in both UFO Magazine and Unknown Magazine, and has been featured in Rolling Stone. Lewis is the model for characters in such books as Safe House by Andrew Vachss, Supernatural Law by Batton Lash, and Alien Invasion by Michael Tresca. A fan of B-horror and science-fiction movies, comic books and mythology, Lewis has also published his own fanzines and co-written scripts for television and radio. He appeared in the movies Nightfall, which he co-wrote with director Kevin Delullo; Cage in Box Elder; and Citizen Toxie: The Toxic Avenger Part IV, in which he provided the voice of the title character. Currently, Lewis is working with lawyer and P.I. Galen Cook on the investigation of the latest suspect in the D.B. Cooper case, Wolfgang Gossett, a one-time associate of Lewis’ and a new suspect in the mysterious case.