Earthfiles is an award-winning news website where experts, eyewitnesses and viewers share the latest updates in Earth and astrophysical mysteries.
Since it’s first Science, Environment and Real X-Files news reports at the end of 1998 onward and evolving to date, Reporter and Editor Linda Moulton Howe has produced more than 2,500 in-depth reports with thousands of images, illustrations, maps, audio and video.
The entire Earthfiles Archive is organized chronologically by date from 1998 to the ever-evolving present.
Linda is an Emmy Award-winning TV producer and investigative reporter whose groundbreaking updates about Earth and astrophysical mysteries are in her radio, web and TV broadcasts as well as her books and DVD’s available in the Earthfiles Shop.
Linda goes directly to the men and women at the forefront of science and environmental breakthroughs and to firsthand eyewitnesses of high strangeness.
Linda Moulton Howe has received some three dozen TV production and journalism awards for excellence and life achievements that included her work at WCVB-TV (ABC) in Boston, Massachusetts, where she was honored in a Station Peabody Award for her medical and science productions.
In addition to Linda’s many TV journalism awards since graduating from Stanford University with a Masters Degree in Communication in 1968.
As the internet evolved and she began producing her Earthfiles.com website, Linda also received the 2006 W3 Silver Award for excellence in news category; the 2003 Web-award for Standard of Excellence; and the 2000 Encyclopaedia Britannica Award honoring internet excellence.
Please see Linda Moulton Howe – Bio.
There is a huge secret hidden beneath the ice in Antarctica. Military whistleblowers report large secret alien structures under two miles of Antarctic ice.
Navy Seal Spartan 1 walked an alien hallway inscribed with mysterious hieroglyphs and tells investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe that Antarctica’s alien presence spans centuries, linked to Star Gate portals around Earth and beyond our solar system.
Earth Files / Crickey Conservation Society 2023.
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