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This week's show was listener stories. Encounters with the Paranormal. This is the first time we have done something like this, and I feel that it is a good way to give back to our fans. If you have a story you want to share, please get in touch as we will likely do another show like this in the future!

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For this week's show we have Part 2 of our listener's stories shows. Encounters with the Paranormal. This week, however, only features one story, that of Todd Kelley, who had a very interesting Bigfoot encounter. We spend the hour with him.
 
The Woods the next morning...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
 
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Alex Tsakiris, host of the Skeptiko Podcast, joins us to talk about his new book, Why Science is Wrong... about almost Everything. We discuss;


  • Skeptics and Athiests
  • The problems with Science and Dogma
  • Near Death Experiences
  • Healing
  • Psychic Detectives
  • Debunkers
  • Psychics and Mediums
  • Reincarnation
and much more. 
Check out The Skeptiko podcast at www.skeptiko.com.
 

 
 
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We welcome back John Ward as we discuss John Dee, Magick, Occultism, John's Haunted House, UFO's and more...
Dr. John Ward is an archaeologist and anthropologist residing in Luxor, Egypt. Over the years, Dr. Ward has conducted numerous investigations of ancient Egyptian architecture and symbolism, while also carrying out research into the many mysteries surrounding medieval Templarism. With the help of his partner, Dr. Maria Nilsson, John has managed to track the use of particular symbols through the various dynasties and the geography of ancient Egypt leading all the way into the present, with similar threads even extending into parts of Western Europe. The symbols that John and Maria have come to recognize play a very important and integral role, based from their studies, regarding ancient Egyptian life. It is through these symbols that they are driven with the passion to continue their work, which has enabled them not only to develop a greater understanding of the various cultures they study, but also to utilize and acknowledge the importance and sanctity of the symbols. These are aspects which, John argues, still remain largely unknown to mainstream academia.