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Eric from World We Live In podcast joins me as co-host in the bunker as we discuss the various legends of phantom black dogs and alien big cats (ABCs).
When ParaReality was becoming popular, I was receiving a lot of email from listeners who were asking me questions about the paranormal, UFOs, conspiracy theories and other related stuff. At some point, they even began to ask me my opinion on things like politics, education and healthcare. That was probably because of the popular segment on the podcast that I called "News of the Strange," where I read strange and weird news stories from all over the world and then gave my opinion on them. Often times, these stories were non-paranormal in nature. I was receiving so many emails that I couldn't answer them all in a timely manner, so I came up with the idea to dedicate an entire episode of the podcast to doing nothing but answering emails. I called it "Ask Sandman," and I only intended for it to be a single episode. However, I didn't anticipate the response that I got to it. It seemed that the listeners loved it. In fact, they loved it so much that I eventually made the "Ask Sandman" episodes a regular thing. Those of you who have followed the podcast for a long time know that I took a little break from things for a while. When I came back on the air, I changed things up a lot and the "Ask Sandman" episodes were put on the shelf. So, it's been a while since I've dedicated an entire episode to answering listener emails. In fact, I can't remember the last time that I did it. Well, I thought that it was time that I brought "Ask Sandman" out of retirement, so on this episode of the podcast, I'm devoting the entire show to doing nothing but answering listener emails. I never really realized how much I've missed doing this until I began recording it. It's fun and different. It gives me a chance to really connect to those who listen, yet at the same time, keeps within the overall theme of the podcast. I have reached into the email bag and brought out 8 listener emails. There's one or two that I have already addressed, but the majority of them, I haven't had the opportunity to get to. I've got some very thought-provoking questions that have been asked me, along with a couple of very strange ones that are a mystery - maybe one that the listeners can help me solve. I've even got one from an old friend of the podcast - one that I haven't heard from in a very long time! So sit back, grab your favorite beverage and maybe a snack and enjoy this very special episode of ParaReality!
Amanda Woomer is a huge travel buff, foodie, and lover of all things strange and unusual. A couple of years ago, she decided to combine her three interests into one and that's how Spook-Eats was born. Spook-Eats is a blog dedicated to travel, food, and a little bit of the paranormal thrown in just for fun. I'll have to admit that I wish I had thought of this first, because I too, love travel, delicious food and (of course), the paranormal. I'm both a little jealous and envious of her. Amanda has been visiting haunted locations ever since 2004, when she first visited Gettysburg, PA. Since then she has traveled to dozens of haunted places in the United States from the Stanley Hotel in Colorado to the home of Robert the Doll in Key West. She frequently travels around the country, visiting bars, cafes, restaurants, and hotels, searching for delicious food and spirits of all kinds. She has been to the Lemp Mansion, the Farnsworth House, the Lizzie Borden bed and breakfast, and even some locales you probably haven’t heard of yet! Never one to sit still for long, Amanda has authored 4 books, made guest appearances on several paranormal podcasts and radio shows and has also given presentations as a couple of paranormal conventions. She is constantly updating her website by writing about her adventures and is currently expecting her first child, which is due on August 22, 2020! In addition to being a writer, she is a former international English teacher, and historian. She was born and raised in Buffalo, NY, and has a degree in anthropology. She won her first award for her writing when she was only 12 years old. With publications in anthologies and magazines all over the world, she is currently a featured writer for the award-winning Haunted Magazine. On this podcast, Amanda and I will discuss how she came up with the idea for Spook-Eats, her books and she'll tell us all about some of her most memorable locations. She will also give us the best and worst dishes that she's eaten so far in her Spook-Eats journey. To learn more, you'll have to Turn On, Tune In & Find Out!
One of the top Nazi officials was Heinrich Himmler, the man in charge of the dreaded SS, and Himmler was known to engage in the occult. He followed the paganism of pre-Christian Germany, something that was strongly associated with the German nationalism of the Nazi regime, and actively involved with black magic. He tried to practice necromancy, the magical art of raising people from the dead, and frequently held seances to try to contact the dead. The center of his occultic life was a place called Wewelsburg Castle, in the black forests of northern Germany. Here, he and many other Nazi officials engaged in their occultic practices. Himmler wanted SS recruits to think and live as their ancestors had. So, on July 1, 1935, Himmler founded a new SS research institute to reconstruct all aspects of primeval German culture. Officially, the organization was known as the “Deutsche Ahnenerbe” Studiengesellschaft für Geistesurgeschichte—meaning “German Ancestral Heritage” Society for the Study of the History of Primeval Ideas. But most soon began calling it the “Ahnenerbe.” They had the strange purpose of finding “evidence” that linked German ancestry to the Aryan master race, who were believed to have come from long-lost advanced civilizations. Ahnenerbe research included everything from archaeological expeditions, to witchcraft, to psychic research, and macabre human experiments. Himmler, who despised the Judaeo-Christian religion, hoped to obtain pagan incantations and rituals to be used as part of his planned pagan religion. Later he set up the SS Witches Division which investigated the persecution of pagan wise women at the hands of Jews and Catholics. A team of seventeen SS officers worked secretly for a unit called the ‘Special Assignment H’ unit (H for Haxen, or ‘witches’), carrying out a project that was ordered directly by Reichsfuhrer Heinrich Himmler, and overseen by SS officer Rudolf Levin. The SS Witches Division was set up to try to find evidence that witches had existed and had been hunted to death by the Jews in a twisted attempt to justify the Nazi hatred of Jewish people These are just a couple of Henirich Himmler's many occult and paranormal interests. He was obsessed with re-writing German history and making it something more akin to his own liking. Was Himmler crazy, or worse - did he want to turn himself into a living god?
OK, I know that I am probably going to receive a lot of negativity about this episode, but I feel that I need to call attention to this matter to let everyone know that there are people out there who actually believe this was "crisis acting." The "evidence" for this is weak, at best, and it just goes to show that there are people who seek to take advantage of situations like this in order to gain their 15 minutes of fame or promote chaos and discord. I want it to be clear that I AM NOT PROMOTING RACISM, VIOLENCE, PROTESTING OR THAT THE GEORGE FLOYD INCIDENT WAS CRISIS ACTING. I feel that in some small way, that I am doing my part in exposing what's really going on. This is a conspiracy theory that is circulating around the internet. Conspiracy theories are a large part of the subject matter of my podcast and I feel that this is relevant to the Floyd situation. Alternative news agencies and independent reporters are attempting to "wake up" the people to what really happened to George Floyd. There’s a theory going around that George Floyd isn’t really dead and the police officers who supposedly killed him aren’t actually police officers. They, and everyone involved in the event, are crisis actors who have been paid by some unknown agency (probably the Illuminati or New World Order) to stage the entire thing and create the chaos and discord that we are now going through. Is this really true, though? Could something like this really be pulled off? Well if you ask Alex Jones and his followers, the answer is a resounding yes. For their answer, they’ll point to the Sandy Hook school shooting in 2012. But tell me how well that theory worked out for Alex Jones!On tonight’s journey into the realm of ParaReality, I’m going to take you, my loyal listeners on a secret journey into the world of the George Floyd death, where we will investigate some of the claims that the whole thing was staged by crisis actors. I’ll present the so-called “evidence” and you to let you make up your own mind as to whether or not it’s true. Then, I’ll tell you what I think about the whole thing. To learn more, you’ll have to Turn On, Tune In & Find Out!
If you’ve been a long-time listener to this podcast, you’ll know that I’m fascinated by Adolf Hitler and the Nazis. In fact, I’ve done about half a dozen episodes about them over the years. And, they always get good ratings, so it would seem that I’m not the only person who’s fascinated by them. If you’ve ever taken the time to really investigate the Nazis, you’ve probably found that they had a lot of extremely strange beliefs. In fact, they went to great lengths to prove these beliefs were true and not just some crazy fantasy. Unfortunately, just about all of them were crazy fantasies. Mainly the crazy fantasies of one man – Henrich Himmler, Hitler’s head of the SS. To me, it seems that Himmler’s primary goal within the Third Reich was to completely rewrite German history and replace it with what HE personally wanted it to be. In other words, he wanted to make Germany some kind of otherworldly, ethereal, esoteric nation that was destined for world domination. On tonight’s journey into the realm of ParaReality, I’m going to take you, my loyal listeners on a secret journey into the world of Nazi Germany. Specifically, we will be journeying into the realm of Nazi science and together, we will investigate the Nazi Hollow Earth theory. To learn more, you’ll have to Turn On, Tune In & Find Out!
Tonight's journey into the realm of ParaReality takes us back to what, I hope, is the last journey that we'll be taking down the COVID-19 trail, or at least the end of THIS trail. It's looking like there'll be another round of this coming in the fall, but we can't be 100% sure of that...YET. I've devoted several episodes of this podcast to COVID-19; the first was before COVID-19 was COVID-19. Back then it was simply called 2019-nCoV. I've speculated on its origins, how it's spread, how bad it actually is, and how bad it's going to get. Some things I've been correct about and some wrong, but at the end of the day, I hope that I've kept you informed as to what this deadly virus actually is and how you can protect yourself from it. So, on what I hope is our final journey on the COVID-19 path, I'm going to take us down a trail of conspiracy. There's no lack of theories surrounding this deadly novel coronavirus. Some actually make sense while other are so outlandish that there's no way any normal, sane person could have made it up, yet alone believe in it. It's enough to make your head spin. Bu don't fear, dear listener, because I have sorted through a ton of disinformation, conjecture and downright lies and tonight I'll be counting down my top 10 list of COVID-19 conspiracy theories. To learn what they are, you'll have to Turn On, Tune In & Find Out!
PSHUK Radio is a UK-based Internet paranormal talk radio station. Hosting shows most nights a week on a variety of subjects ranging from ghosts and hauntings, cryptozoology, the occult, UFOs and a variety of other subjects that could be classed as paranormal. Sam Mason has been in the paranormal field for over 5 years. She first got into the paranormal because her mother has the ability to see spirits. She is beginning to learn more about how to use her own senses & feelings to use on Paranormal Investigations. She started PSH Radio 6 years ago so she could speak to people who had the same interest in the paranormal as her. That is how she met Carl Hutchinson. Carl Hutchinson has been investigating the paranormal for over 10 years. During this time investigating the paranormal he has had some very interesting and scary moments. He has been punched by unseen hands at Fort Horsted and has even seen a full-bodied apparition of a woman at Rye Castle. He has also heard disembodied footsteps, whistles and other strange noises during his investigations. "Various things" have also been thrown at him by unseen spirits. Join me as I talk to Sam and Carl about some of their most memorable investigations and evidence that they have gathered. We will also discuss how the pandemic is affecting their investigations along with how they met each other and got into podcasting.
We all know that the Earth is warming up. It doesn't matter if you believe in Global Warming or not - the facts are the facts. Set you personal beliefs aside. If you take a look at the facts, you cannot ignore that the climate is changing, and not necessarily in a good way. The warming of the planet is causing more than just temperature change. The ice is also thawing and scientists are sounding the alarm that we could see the re-emergence of ancient pathogens that haven't been active for, quite literally, thousands of years. These viruses have been locked away in glaciers and permafrost and could suddenly wake up if they thaw. Considering our current pandemic, this is a scary thought and, one that could be on the verge of taking place sooner, rather than later.
The COVID-19 virus is sweeping its way across the world, placing the planet in a state of chaos. As this pandemic spreads its way across the United States, causing fear and panic, information about what, exactly it is, how to protect ourselves from it and what caused it, is constantly changing. This is making it extremely difficult to stay well-informed so that you can protect yourself from this potentially deadly virus. Thanks to the information age and fake news, it is also very difficult to discern fact from fiction. Even the doctors and nurses at local hospitals are unsure what is truth and what isn't. If they are finding it difficult to navigate truth from fiction during this chaos, then how can the American public be expected to know what to do? I am a medical professional, who specializes in Emergency Preparedness and as a result, I'm on the front lines of fighting COVID-19, so I know how difficult it is to sort through the ever-changing information in order to pick out what is fact and what isn't. There are all kinds of rumors about what COVID-19 is, how it spreads and how you can protect yourself from it. Just some of the rumors are: 1) you can drink enough water to flush it out of your system 2) you can protect yourself by wearing a mask or bandanna around your face 3) you can catch the virus if someone who has it touches a counter top, then you touch it Of course, all of these things are false and I'll explain why on the podcast. The power to protect ourselves from this virus comes from knowledge - correct knowledge. That begins with calling this virus by its correct name.
The conspiracies surrounding the supposed "death" of billionaire Jeffery Epstein continue to grow. Now it seems that money in his bank account is being withdrawn and shifted around by millions of dollars. Millions! The attorneys for his estate say that the money is going towards restitution funds for his alleged victims, yet millions of dollars are being withdrawn in a supposed "accounting error." Where did these millions of dollars go? Who is making the money transfers? There is also the matter of Jeffery Epstein's private island, Little Saint James. It is located just off the coast of Saint Thomas and is part of the US Virgin Island chain. A recent visit to his island by a couple of podcast hosts revealed that Little Saint James is is pristine condition, as if someone is still living there. Is it Jeffery Epstein or simply the caretakers of the island? There's also some sort of strange "temple" on the island that isn't exactly what it appears to be. Why is it there and what was it used for? Join me and my co-host Eric as we attempt to find out the answers to all of these questions and maybe a few more. Turn On, Tune In & Find Out!
In case you don’t watch TV or live under a rock or something, you’re probably very well aware that there is a new respiratory virus that has originated in China’s Wuhan Provence. Its called 2019-nCoV, which is short for "2019 novel coronavirus. Its rapidly crossing borders and has spread to South Korea, Japan, Nepal, Thailand, Singapore, Vietnam and the United States. This thing is dangerous, people, and we don’t even really know how it got started, what the vector is or exactly how it is transmitted. What we do know is that its dangerous, spreads quickly and can be deadly. So, why am I devoting a podcast episode to this virus? Well, it’s because there could be something sinister at work here. This virus might not be something that “just naturally occurred.” This quite possibly could be a man-made virus that has either accidentally made its way into the civilian world or been deliberately released into the population as some sort of devious experiment or attempt to kill off a portion of the world’s population. What makes me think this? Well, you’ll just have to Turn On, Tune In & Find Out!
On December 23, 2019 the Denver Post ran a story about “a band of large drones” that had been spotted in the skies over Phillips and Yuma counties in northeast Colorado. Thomas Elliott, the Sheriff of Phillips County had this to say about the fleet of drones: “The drones stay about 200 feet to 300 feet in the air and fly steadily in squares of about 25 miles, he said. There are at least 17 drones; they emerge each night around 7 p.m. and disappear around 10 p.m.” That's an eerie description, but then again, the whole thing is kind of creepy. The press interviewed the local authorities, the Federal Aviation Administration, the Drug Enforcement Administration, the U.S. Army, the Department of Defense, and the Air Force. None of them claimed ownership of the drones and all them said they had no idea what was going on. In the weeks since the initial sighting, we’ve learned....nothing else. After more sightings, reports, and failed attempts to record or photograph the drones, the Colorado Department of Public Safety flew an airplane over the area in question capable of detecting heat signatures below. After an almost five hour flight, they had nothing to show for it. They couldn't find a fleet of drones or any evidence to support there ever even being a fleet of drones. Nothing.​ That’s not to say this is some hoax or all the eyewitness accounts are wrong; far be it for me to question their experiences from my secret underground bunker here in Nashville. But this lack of evidence has not been lost on drone hobbyists and advocates. They have seen this play before. There is a long history of the media accepting drone sighting claims at face value, without much fact-checking going on, only for investigators to later determine that whatever was seen was not a drone at all. In fact, only about 3.5% of all reported aviation drone near misses are actually drones. So, if aviation officials can't even get it right, why should we think that civilians can? The theories surrounding the fleet of drones abound. They range from drone enthusiasts playing a huge prank to terrorists scoping out our nuclear missile silos to the US Government desperately seeking out lost nuclear warheads to, yes, aliens. As for me, well let's just say that you'll have to listen to the podcast to learn what (or who?) is behind the mysterious Colorado drones.
In a September 2019 poll conducted by the political website yougov.com, more than 4 in 10 Americans believe that ghosts, demons and other supernatural beings exist. More than 1 in 5 (22%) say that demons "definitely exist," while slightly more (24%) believe that they "probably exist." The numbers are similar when Americans are asked about ghosts: 20% say they "definitely exist" and 25% say they "probably exist." This number has more than doubled since the 2004 debut of the hit SyFy Channel paranormal reality show Ghost Hunters. White evangelical Christians, Protestants (both black and white), and white Catholics all have a high percentage number of people who believe that they have been in contact with the dead through a medium, psychic or other means. So it would seem that there are a lot of Christians with an interest in the paranormal, but when they talk to a church leader about it, they are dismissed or made to feel as if their beliefs are not valid with the Christian viewpoint. Therefore, if they don't get an answer from the church, it forces them to seek answers elsewhere. This is when they turn to things like Ouija boards, mediums and other things of this nature, which is probably exactly where church officials don't want them to do. But what does the Bible say about ghosts? Does religion play a part in paranormal investigations? If it does, should it? Does it even have a place in the paranormal? These are the questions that I'll be attempting to answer in the Season 14 premiere of the all-new ParaReality! To learn more, you'll have to Turn On, Tune In & Find Out!
On this very special episode of ParaReality Radio, I'm joined by my part-time co-host Eric along with special guest John Harrison. If you've listened to my podcast for the last couple of years, you'll be familiar with John Harrison. He's been a guest on the podcast several times and has made regular appearances on the Skeptic's Night episodes. Mr. Harrison is a medical professional, chemist, biologist, scientist and confirmed paranormal skeptic. He holds several degrees in biology, chemistry and nursing and has worked as a scientist and medical professional. Together, the three of us will be debating the ancient alien theory and whether or not it is possible that aliens visited our planet in the distant past and helped our ancestors engineer such sites as Puma Punku, Cusco and the Egyptian Pyramids. Did these ancient aliens also help to genetically alter the DNA of our ancestors and ultimately develop us into the Homo Sapiens that we are today? Why does every ancient culture have a deluge story that is almost exactly the same? Why did our ancestors view these aliens as gods? If aliens did visit our planet in the ancient past, how did they get here? What technology did they use and what was their purpose for intervening in our timeline? These are just a few of the questions that we'll be debating. We each have a different point of view - one of the believer, one of the skeptic and one who is undecided. Who is who? Why does each one of us have a different opinion? Whose mind will be changed at the end of our debate? To learn more, you'll have to Turn On, Tune In & Find Out!
The Solomon Islands are believed to have been inhabited by Melanesian people for thousands of years. Spanish navigator Alvaro de Mendaña discovered the islands in 1568 and named them Islas Salomon. The United Kingdom established a protectorate over the Solomon Islands in 1893. In the Second World War, there was fierce fighting between the Americans and the Japanese in the Solomon Islands campaign of 1942–45, including the Battle of Guadalcanal. Guadalcanal is the name that most Americans are familiar with. It has long been told by the native islanders that there are giants on the islands, ranging in size from 10 to 15 feet tall. They have very long black, brown or reddish hair, protruding double eyebrows, buldging red eyeballs, flat noses, and wide gapped mouth facial features. The giants are rumored to have been violent in the past, even eating the islanders. They are also rumored to be highly intelligent with a chosen leader who put an end to the eating of the islanders. They are also rumored to live in a vast underground cave system underneath the islands that supposedly has some sort of lighting system. Is all this really true? Are there 10 to 15 feet tall giants living under the Solomon Island chain? If so, are they intelligent, violent, cannibalistic? Are they all three? Are they even of this planet? Eric and I will be investigating these theories and more tonight on this episode of ParaReality Radio. To learn more, you’ll have to Turn On, Tune In & Find Out.
While it seems like innocent fun to many people, a lot of controversy actually surrounds Halloween. Some are concerned about its religious, or rather, demonic affiliations. This begs many to ask the question about whether Halloween is Satanic or not.On tonight's special Halloween edition of ParaReality Radio, I'll be taking a look at the historical origins of Halloween, the adoption of Halloween as a holiday by the Church of Satan, its Celtic roots and the right-wing Christian POV of the holiday, all in an attempt to determine if Halloween is really a Satanic holiday or just an excuse for dressing up in costume and eating tons of candy. Turn On, Tune In & Find Out!
If you’re familiar with folklore, you’ve probably heard of the witching hour. In occult terms, it’s apparently that time when witches and demons are at their most powerful. It’s sometimes referred to as “the Devil’s hour.” Creatures such as witches, demons and ghosts are thought to appear and to be at their most powerful. Black magic is thought to be most effective at this time. There’s a lot up for debate when it comes to the lore of the Witching Hour, mainly like what it even is. Some believe it to be the time of night when the veil between life and death is thinnest, allowing spirits and ghosts to travel between two worlds. Others believe that witches and psychics are more powerful at this time of night. A lot of people aren’t even sure what it is, but they know nothing good happens during the Witching Hour. To be honest, I never really thought much about it. It’s more like a thing – a tool that is used to augment paranormal investigation, not an actual tool itself. But is it, though? Should it be treated like a supplement to investigating or should it be treated more like an actual tool?
Back over the summer, I did a three-part series on the Moon Landing Conspiracies. I reached out to a friend of mine who works at NASA for some insider information and he has agreed to speak to me anonymously about the current state of the space program.
One of the most famous and beloved cryptids in all the world is Scotland's Loch Ness Monster. Reports describe a large, long-necked beast like a plesiosaur, yet Nessie has remained curiously elusive to scientific searches. Multiple sonar scans of the loch have come up blank. The legend of the Loch Ness Monster dates back about 1500 years, but it wasn’t until the first reported sightings and infamous “Doctor’s photo” in the 1930s that it began to capture people’s imagination. The Loch Ness monster, or Nessie, has been strangely elusive ever since, and the photo from back then was revealed to have been a toy submarine. Rumors of a strange creature lurking in the murky waters of Loch Ness continue to abound. Recently an international team of scientists led by Dr. Neil Gemmell from the University of Otago in New Zealand has just revealed the first results from an eDNA analysis of the waters of Loch Ness. ​ The results of the Loch Ness survey come after scientists took hundreds of samples of water from Loch Ness and nearby lochs. DNA from each sample was captured, extracted and sequenced. This gave the team 500 million sequences that when compared against global DNA databases show a comprehensive picture of life present in the Loch – the bacteria, the fish, and everything else in between. They may be startling for some and expected for others. Some people may be upset at what the results reveal and some may be saying “I told you so!” But no matter what side you’re on, you have to admit that this was something that really needed to be done and it looks like that we finally have an end to the mystery of what the Loch Ness Monster actually is.
Jeffrey Epstein, the millionaire financier and convicted sex offender, was found dead by suicide in his jail cell on the morning of Saturday, August 10. Epstein was awaiting trial on sex-trafficking charges in Manhattan’s Metropolitan Correctional Center. The 66-year-old’s death came less than a day after a trove of disturbing court documents was made public offering details about his alleged abuse of dozens of mostly underage girls, as well who assisted him with or participated in the abuse — documents that implicate many rich and powerful men from the elite circles Epstein was once a member of. In the wake of Jeffrey Epstein’s death, there have been all kinds of conspiracy theories surrounding him, but probably the most popular one is that the convicted sex offender was somehow killed by Bill Clinton. Some of these theories are more credible than others; for instance, there is some evidence that Epstein intended to blackmail his associates. But overall, the circumstances of Epstein’s life and career are essentially tailor-made to produce conspiracy theories. On tonight's show, Eric and I will be taking a deeper look at the conspiracy theories surrounding Jeffrey Epstein and attempt to break them down even further. Turn On, Tune In & Find Out!
The Moon and conspiracy theories go together like Buzz Armstrong and punching moon conspiracy theorists in the face. From the moment the Apollo 11 mission touched down on the lunar surface 50 years ago and Neil Armstrong delivered his “One small step for man” line there have been mutterings that the entire thing was staged in a TV studio. One certain Moon conspiracy, however, can claim bragging rights over all others. That’s the one in which during the final months of WWII, the Nazis somehow made it to the Moon before anyone else, without the knowledge of anyone else or without being detected by anyone else. There, on the dark side of the Moon they constructed a vast Bond-villain style lair. Nazis on the Moon is, as far as conspiracy theories go, one of the wildest and most unbelievable. However there are a few people out there who actually believe this wild theory and, in fact, say that there’s proof. And that’s what we’re going to explore tonight on ParaReality Radio.
The moon is often described as having divine, feminine energy – the female counterpart to our Sun. It is a source of cosmic phenomena, providing us with beautiful eclipses, changing tides, and hopefully a future staging point for missions to Mars and beyond. But In one of the most striking of cosmic coincidences, the Moon is about 400 times smaller than the Sun, and is also about 400 times closer to the Earth. This fact makes both these heavenly bodies appear to be of the same size, and also results in the phenomenon of total solar eclipses taking place. And when we start to look at the moon under a closer lens, a number of aberrant characteristics suggest that it might be hollow — and that there may be a secret moon base.
Ever since NASA broadcast its visits to the Moon between 1969 and 1972 to millions of people around the world, conspiracy theorists have debated endlessly over the photographs and video of the journey. Judging by the dedication some have to the cause, the subject of whether or not the Moon landings were a hoax rivals only the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the presence of Are 51 in popularity. The Fox News Network even aired a TV special in 2001, nearly 30 years after the last Apollo mission, titled “Conspiracy Theory: Did We Land on the Moon”? Poring over every single detail for inconsistencies and potential government tampering, people who buy into the Moon landing conspiracy theory strive to prove that NASA never went to the moon. Instead, they believe that NASA filmed a series of fake Moon landings in a studio, complete with props, astronaut costumes and intricate lighting setups. But why would NASA and the US Government pull off such a strange stunt? The Moon landings took place during the Cold War and a tense point in the nuclear arms race, an ear in which the two world superpowers, the United States and the Soviet Union, competed for technological superiority. Some believe that because sending astronauts into outer space and onto the moon would be incredibly expensive, the US didn’t have enough money to complete the project. According to the conspiracy theorists, faking the Moon landings would be much cheaper – if it were convincing enough, it could still send a message to Russia that the United States had the better technology. What are some of the claims by the Moon landing conspiracy theorists? What have they pointed out, and do their arguments have any validity? What do scientists have to say about theses conspiracy theories? To get the answers to these questions and more, Turn On, Tune In & Find Out!
Tonight I’m interviewing a family whose members have had some varying paranormal experiences. I call this family the Paranormal family. The process of this interview began with a phone call several months ago from family member Jason. He’s a longtime listener of the podcast and he left a message on the studio line about his paranormal experience. As you all know, I love to interview the normal, everyday person about their experiences, so I contacted Jason and after a few phone conversations, text messages and emails, we finally worked out a date where I could interview Jason. As it turns out, there's been more than one member of his family who've had similar experiences. As it turns out his family has encountered ghosts, spirits, poltergeists, UFOs and a few other unexplainable things. Is this a family who is prone to paranormal experiences? Or, is it all just a conicidence?
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ParaReality
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Jun 14th, 2012
Latest Episode
Sep 19th, 2020
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100
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About 1 hour
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