Zack Van Eyck
Where did Shenandoah Experiment Send a Time-Traveling Uncle?
Thursday, May 4th, 2017 at 10:30 pm EDT, join the resolute seeker of truth, René Barnett of NightVision Radio invites Hollywood writer/producer Zack Van Eyck broke the story on one of the most enduring mysteries of ufology and the paranormal with his Deseret News revelations about the Sherman (aka Skinwalker) Ranch.
Zack will tell what he learned from the frightened family who were driven off the property by strange orbs, portals, and beings, some of which killed the families beloved dogs and terrorized their kids. Zack’s making a movie about it next year.
His current project is a film about time travel, The Shenandoah Experiment.
ZACK VAN EYCK
Zack Van Eyck is a film and television writer, director and producer living in Venice, Ca. His features include the indie darling “Jupiter Landing” (2005), the award-winning auto racing film “Daytona Dream” (2010) and the romantic comedy “Three of One Kind” (2013). His sci-fi suspense-drama “The Shenandoah Experiment” is scheduled for a summer 2017 shoot on location in Zack’s hometown of Woodstock, Virginia.
Four of Zack’s original comedy series are available on Amazon Prime and other platforms, including the Southern-influenced satire “Sweet Caroline,” the newsroom farce “Good News Gone Bad” and the sports-broadcast spoof “Coitus of the Week.” Since October 2015, those projects have been selected by 19 U.S. and Canadian film festivals, garnering 14 awards and nominations, including Best Director and Best Writer awards for Zack. “Sweet Caroline” won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2015 Hollywood & Vine Film Festival. “Coitus of the Week” won Best TV Pilot at the 2016 Sunset Film Festival. And Carolyn Meyer won Best Actress for “Sweet Caroline” at the 2016 Hollywood Short Film Festival.
Zack’s first novel, “Miracle Team,” was privately published when he was 12. He began his professional writing career at 14 as a sportswriter for The Anchorage Times, where he won the Alaska Press Club’s Best Columnist award at age of 16 and, a year later, the Grantland Rice journalism scholarship to attend Vanderbilt University. Zack won a national Associated Press award for investigative reporting in 1994. He was the 1997 recipient of the Donald E. Keyhoe investigative reporting award for articles about cattle mutilations, UFO sightings and other activity at an Eastern Utah ranch, later chronicled in the book “Hunt for the Skinwalker.”
Zack, the CEO of 29 degrees Leo Productions, is also an astrologer. He has two amazing daughters and is a founding member of the tribute band Ramones Alive.
The Shenandoah Experiment
Produced by Zack Van Eyck
A disillusioned widower is plunged into a world of paranormal anomalies when he inherits an isolated Appalachian cabin from his time-traveling uncle.
Listen to Zack Van Eyck’s interview right here!