Owner, CEO, and Marketing Director
Margie began her radio career at the age of seventeen at her high school radio show. She studied music, acting, and communications at UMKC, CMSU (now UCM), and UMC (now MU). Margie went on to pursue a career in music as a professional bass player and worked with a number of bands including Full House, Femme Fatale, and Kinesis playing jazz, rock, funk, and fusion. She also played classical music in the Northland Symphony Orchestra.
Margie is a nationally-acclaimed remote viewer and has worked with law enforcement to solve over sixty-nine missing persons, homicide, and theft cases. She is a licensed private investigator in Missouri and has been a paranormal investigator for over forty years. She has worked on over twelve hundred cases involving ghosts, UFOs, Sasquatch, time anomalies, spook lights, and animal mutilations. She serves as the assistant state director for Missouri MUFON and as director of the OZ Inter-dimensional Communication Institute.
Margie is the author of fourteen books on the paranormal and remote viewing, as well as the hearth industry. From 2003 to 2007, Margie hosted Quest Radio Show on KCXL 1140AM in Kansas City, and in 2012 started the Un-X News Radio Show on KGRA. She left broadcasting in 2017 and returned in May of 2021 after semi-retiring from the chimney industry to concentrate on her Un-X News Podcast and the Un-X Network. Margie is the editor-in-chief of Un-X Magazine and the author of over two hundred and fifty articles for magazines, blogs, and newsletters. She began the Un-X Network on October 1, 2021.
Gene is the mastermind behind the restoration of our 1910 building where one of the Un-X Studios and our corporate office is located in Independence, Missouri. Gene is responsible for restoring the building and completely remodeling it inside and out. He kept the historic nature of the struture using the original trim work, and adding a set of historic french doors. Gene is one of "those guys" who can do just about anything, but don't tell anyone!
Race was born in Fort Smith, Arkansas and raised there most of his life. The Fort Smith River Valley is a friendly, cozy place nestled in the Arkansas River Valley, with plains to the west and prairies to the east, and national forests to the north and south with some of the best hunting and fishing in the world right here in what Arkansan’s call “The Natural State"! This is the hometown Race was raised in. Keen on hunting and fishing, Race has a deeply rooted love for his environment – a love for the wildlife and the land of his home, respect for his ancestors and the trials they had to overcome to make this a place they could call home.
Family, history, and the natural world have shaped everything about Race throughout his entire life.
He graduated from Fort Smith Northside Sr. High in 1987 with a major in history. Race enjoyed his civil service work for the US Navy at NAS-Dallas as a GS-4 in Fitness/Recreational Services. Race also worked as an FM Broadcaster for thirteen years at three radio stations in three different markets. He has lived and worked in Los Angeles, CA., Dallas, TX., Albuquerque, NM., and Little Rock, AR. Race is the founder of KGRAdb Radio, the Global Radio Alliance, and served as executive director and head of programming for KGRAdb for over ten years. Currently, Race is working for his long-time friend, Margie Kay, here on the the X... explaining the uneXplained.
Race brings his years of terrestrial radio experience to the digital broadcasting revolution. Race is one of the first personalities to start live remotes from UFO/paranormal events around the country, making appearances to meet listeners and broadcast live radio. You will not find a man more passionate about radio and the subjects the X KUNXdb covers. With more than a decade programming talk radio, hosting his own shows, and thousands of hours in the producer’s seat, there’s probably not anyone more knowledgeable about the research community and where it might all be heading.
Race has researched and investigated the UFO phenomenon for over thirty years. In 1990, he was a witness to something very unusual over south Fort Smith. He wasn't sure what it was, but it was something that he had never seen before and spawned his curiosity into the UFO subject. He started The Fort Smith Arial Phenomenon Research Group in 1992, and began officially investigating sightings in the River Valley area. Race is one of thousands, perhaps millions, of people that have a true interest in the search for the truth regarding the UFO phenomenon and things unexplained. “I continue to look forward to the day we all know the truth about what has clearly been invading the air space, over our cities and towns, our military installations, and country sides with absolute impunity. One thing is for certain, UFOs have been here, UFOs are here, and everyday citizens from every walk of life are seeing them.”
Today, his passions include family, researching the UFO phenomenon, being in nature, sky watching, and working his faith in God through fellowship in the Catholic church. Race resides in the beautiful Fort Smith River Valley with his lovely wife Robin "Bird", three children and six grandchildren!
Lee has presented credible, compelling stories to the public since 1975 when he produced a documentary record album, “UFOs: The Credibility Factor,” for CBS Inc. It marked the first time that a major recording company offered a UFO-related product via a prime-time TV infomercial.
During production of his UFO album – and at the request of noted Astronomer J. Allen Hynek – Lee went to No. Carolina to investigate a series of unusual and unexplained UFO reports. It resulted in the first well-documented, multiple witness, triangular-shaped UFO incident in America, highlighted in David Marler’s 2013 book, “Triangular UFOs: An Estimate of the Situation.”
Speigel and numerous law enforcement officers were among the many witnesses to this close encounter event.
Lee’s radio career literally took off in 1978 when he began his first of eight years writing, producing, and hosting nearly 1,500 local and national programs on NBC Radio, dealing with UFOs and unexplained phenomena. In 1978, he became the only person in history to produce a milestone UFO presentation at the United Nations. Also during this time, Lee was a feature writer for OMNI, the popular consumer science and paranormal magazine.
Between 2010-2017, Lee was the chief Huffington Post writer of hundreds of stories crossing the fields of UFOs and Science. In 2020, he co-produced/co-wrote “The Phenomenon,” a thought-provoking, critically acclaimed UFO documentary from Director James Fox. Speigel is currently co-producer/host of the weekly “Edge of Reality Radio.”
Lee is the Managing Editor of the UnX Magazine, writing and editing articles always with a focus on current events, research, and discoveries of the overlapping worlds of UFOs, paranormal and unexplained phenomena. He will also oversee the UnX Network Blog as well as highlighting recent paranormal breaking news for the UnX News Weekly Newsletter for members of the new KUNX db Radio Network.
Maria C. McKenzie
Accounting, Web Coordinator
Maria is the founder of Nocturna Media and associate editor for Un-X News. She is also a Vivian Awards judge for the Romance Writers of America (RWA). She studied quantum mechanics and history at the University of Southern New Hampshire and graduated with honors from Kaplan University, Davenport, Iowa, where she studied crime analysis, ethics, and forensic psychology. She is currently studying general psychology and paleography. She is a lifetime member of the exclusive National Society of Collegiate Scholars and is a member of the United Nations Association of the USA, the NAACP, and American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).