Charles A. A. Dellschau is one of art history's most mysterious and puzzling characters. Unknown, literally hidden away in a Texas attic the last 20 years of his life, he produced a massive volume of wildly imaginative illustrations only discovered in 1923, nearly 50 years after his death. The product of a tortured mind perhaps, or a visionary, his art predates the invention of the airplane by 50 years, but depicts flying machines propelled by anti-gravity gas. Was this merely art, or true documentation? Can UFO sightings of the 19th century be attributed to these aircraft, the ones Dellschau drew? Download and start listening now!