Ardy Sixkiller Clarke returns to the show to talk about her latest book, More Encounters with Star People. We talk about the cultural differences in encounters, and go over some of the stories in her book.
Tom Loewy joins me for this second Movie Review Show where we talk about the new Phantasm Movie, Phantasm V: Ravager, Borgman, The Man Who Wasn't There, I Am the Pretty Thing that Lives in the House, Victor Frankenstein, Fargo (Series), and Babylon 5. We also discuss the state of TV currently.
David Mathisen joins me to talk about his latest book, Star Myths of the Bible. We discuss what star myths are, their connections and the implications of them, which leads us to the idea of a ancient lost civilization.
Thomas Spriggs has written a book, "Into Nowhere", that looks for patterns in people missing in the wilderness, starting with the data that David Paulides accumulated, and then branching off from there. There may very well be a piece of the puzzle here...
On this episode, Joshua Cutchin, Red Pill Junkie, and myself are joined for the first time by Lobo from Project Archivist. We explore the idea of paranormal bigfoot, we talk about Fear, why we fear things, the things that we are afraid of, and the uses of fear. We talk Black Eyed Kids, Dogmen, H.P. Lovecraft. and finally delve into ideas of the Hollow Earth and Hollow Moon. Ending off with a little bit about Egypt... A nice winding road. Enjoy.
In Part 9 of our ongoing series on the History of the UFO Phenomenon, Mike Clelland and Aaron Gulyas join me as we take on some of more recent events, the Norway Spirals, The Baltic Sea Anomaly, The rise of drones, and the debut of Ancient Aliens.
I am joined by Joshua Cutchin, Aaron David of the Charm the Water podcast, and Adam Sayne of Conspirinormal, and we follow up the show on Exorcism and Demons, then move into Magick and summoning, religion, Consciousness, Synchronicity... and even The Walking Dead. Truly all over the road.
Jenny Ashford is a horror and paranormal writer, and a graphic designer. Her books include two paranormal works, The Rochdale Poltergeist (with Steve Mera) and The Mammoth Mountain Poltergeist (with Tom Ross). Her other books include the horror novels Red Menace, Bellwether, The Five Poisons, and The Tenebrist, and two short-story collections, Hopeful Monsters and The Associated Villainies. Her horror blog, goddessofhellfire.com, contains current writing news, short stories and articles, and her opinions about horror films and the genre in general.
Steve Mera is a parapsychologist, paranormal investigator, freelance journalist, international lecturer, and tutor. He is the owner of the free monthly publication known as Phenomena Magazine, chairman of Manchester’s Association of Paranormal Investigation and Training, and founder of the Scientific Establishment of Parapsychology in Manchester, England. He is the author of three books—Strange Happenings: Memoirs of a Paranormal Investigator; Paranormal Insight: A Concise Study of the Strange and Profound; and The Paranormal Investigators Handbook: A Professional Look at the Subject of Ghosthunting—and the co-author of The Rochdale Poltergeist, with Jenny Ashford. He has appeared on over 90 TV shows and series, over 100 radio stations, and has published articles in over 300 publications internationally.
Micah Hanks joins me to discuss the possibility of Time Travel, and what problems we may have ever achieving it. We also delve into the role of consciousness and whether time is a real thing or not. Find Micah at www.MicahHanks.com.