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Paranormal Fears is a new podcast that conducts in-depth interviews with authors that have researched locations that are known to be very haunted. Many places such as schools, businesses, theaters, parks, bridges, beaches, murder locations and family homes can be places for extraordinary paranormal activity. While spirits and entities are not on our plane of existence, some of them still claim our dwellings as their own. The only question is....are YOU in one? Just tap the follow or subscribe icon so you never miss an episode or by tapping the "plus" icon in the top right corner on Apple Podcasts.

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Paranormal Fears is a new podcast that conducts in-depth interviews with authors that have researched locations that are known to be very haunted. Many places such as schools, businesses, theaters, parks, bridges, beaches, murder locations and family homes can be places for extraordinary paranormal activity. While spirits and entities are not on our plane of existence, some of them still claim our dwellings as their own. The only question is....are YOU in one? Just tap the follow or subscribe icon so you never miss an episode or by tapping the "plus" icon in the top right corner on Apple Podcasts.

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    More Paranormal Activity At Gettysburg

    More Paranormal Activity At Gettysburg

    Author and paranormal researcher Don Allison joins me again to discuss instances of paranormal activity at Gettysburg Battlefield. Get his books on Amazon.

    Veteran journalist and historian Don Allison serves up a very personal exploration of the paranormal in "I Met More Ghosts at Gettysburg: A Journalist's Paranormal Journey Continues."Don relies on keen insight honed through decades of newspaper writing and editing as he shares his own encounters with the paranormal. In the down-to-earth style he employs in his award winning and long running newspaper column "On My Mind," he shares what he encountered, and his very human reactions.In layman's terms Don also takes a look at the forces of nature he believes are behind these unexplained occurrences, as well as some of the scientific theories that have been proposed.In short, this skeptic is convinced we have something to gain from studying those fascinating occurrences in this world we currently do not understand."A great read, very entertaining … I think you’ve created an ‘Everyman’s’ explanation of paranormal occurrences,” is how Mark Nesbitt, “Ghosts of Gettysburg” author and paranormal investigator, describes Don’s earlier work “I Met a Ghost at Gettysburg."As Don relates in the preface to "I Met More Ghosts at Gettysburg,""It’s a great enigma, really. Human cultures across time have expressed a belief in ghosts, yet there is no conclusive, generally accepted scientific proof that they exist. And what exactly is a ghost, anyway?"It seems if ghosts do exist, science would have found irrefutable evidence by now. Yet countless people throughout history – up to and including the present day – have experiences they cannot explain, and believe they have encountered what we commonly consider to be a ghost. "At some level most of us are afraid of our own mortality, and paranormal occurrences can be taken as a sign of encouragement, that perhaps death does not end our existence. We can see unexplained communication as evidence that our consciousness can indeed live on after our physical departure. Deep down we may want to believe, and this can alleviate at least some of that fear of taking our final breath."On the other hand, some people are terrorized at the possibility of encountering a spirit. The thought of entering a supposedly haunted building can strike fear into their hearts."To a degree I believe we all fear that which we do not understand. Be it dreams or premonitions that defy the odds of being a coincidence, sights or sounds that our logic says simply cannot be, when we contemplate those things almost all of us experience some level of fear. It can be so much easier, so much safer, do so much for our peace of mind, to simply turn our heads and ignore it, wait for it to go away and forget it ever happened ..."After publishing “I Met a Ghost at Gettysburg” I didn’t really expect to write another book on the paranormal. Instead I thought I was doing what I often do, explore a topic that has aroused my curiosity, write about what I learned and then move on to something new and different."But this time, instead of finding the answers to most of my questions and feeling satisfied with my research, each potential answer to my paranormal queries seems to raise a dozen or more new questions."In short, my experiences since publishing “I Met a Ghost at Gettysburg” have revealed an entirely new world to me, a reality that is truly awe inspiring. It’s a quest I find I can’t abandon, so it continues with this book."My goal here is to encourage people to put aside their fears and open their minds to exploring a world beyond our day-to-day understanding. Ignoring or denying the unexplained doesn’t make it go away. If anything, by doing so we cheat ourselves out of the chance to better appreciate the world around us, and to more fully explore what may well be laws of nature that we do not yet understand. Why not continue to tackle that age-ol

    • 40 min
    Rain No Evil: Based On A True Story

    Rain No Evil: Based On A True Story

    Alex Templeton is rural Ridgeland’s very own walking-tall version of justice who’s swung his hickory stick so long that he’s callused not only the hand that once slid a ring on Savannah’s — he’s callused his heart. Savannah wants her police officer hubby to respect her, but he continues to spray vile words her way and Savannah, believing God is ignoring her prayers to mend her marriage, dares God to prove he is real. For the next few weeks, water drenches the inside of their house while the Templeton’s search for the evasive source of the leak not realizing that God is answering Savannah’s dare in an unusual way.
    With her marriage to the breaking point and on the brink of suicide, Savannah finds solace in the arms of another man, but when a dirtball Alex previously arrested threatens to harm the family, Savannah is determined to reconcile her relationship with Alex who sends her and their two boys, Ben and Isaac to a safe house. Alex catches the criminal, but can’t find the leak that continues to inexplicably spray inside the house. He directs his frustration towards Savannah who, again, turns to another man for the tenderness she craves.
    A demon appears in Savannah’s mirror and continues to torment her, lurking at every turn on her adulterous trail. She wonders if she is possessed or simply going insane and begins chronicling the strange events in her journal. 
    Savannah knows Alex has screwed around on her and reasons that she is justified to get her own slice of action, but after numerous seductions, Savannah feels more guilty than ever and grapples with the reality that leaving Alex, the only true love she’s known, may be the only way she can respect herself.
    As Alex searches for a murderer who may be a student in Savannah’s English class, Ben and Isaac witness dark figures, orbs and apparitions in the house. With the ever-expanding paranormal activities, and upon learning that Alex is having an affair with a not-so-dear friend, Savannah wants to take a one-way road trip out of Ridgeland and away from her husband, but instead pleads with God for help and is given a revelation — a demon is responsible for the virtual rainforest in her home.
    The evil in her house supersedes Alex’s affinity for a bent-over brunette with handcuffs, so Savannah holds off confronting Alex, but tells him about the demon. Alex calls her a loon, leaving Savannah to figure out how to remove the evil creature. After considering a sage-wielding exterminator, Savannah calls the local priest who exorcises the house, restoring Savannah’s faith in the Almighty. Savannah severs her extra-marital ties, and persuades Alex to sign a contract agreeing to respect her. When Alex curbs his verbal temper, Savannah feels marital bliss is near, but continues to feel as if something or someone is stalking her.
    In an effort to find out if she is paranoid or if something evil is actually following her, Savannah consults with a spiritual healer and, during a seizure, is liberated from a dark entity. The experience shifts her perception and she realizes her own choices are causing her unhappiness.
    Alex solves the murder after a tip from Savannah and is in the news for arresting a student’s step-dad, but the limelight on Savannah’s family expands beyond police-work when rumors of a ghost in the Templeton house circulate. Savannah negates the stories with the truth and Alex forbids her from discussing the supernatural events, claiming the residents of Ridgeland will deem the family crazy. Savannah tells anyone who will listen about her renewed faith in a divine presence which demonstrated its power through exorcism and with a passion she’s never known, delves into writing about her brush with evil.


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    • 49 min
    Part Two - Bothell Hell House

    Part Two - Bothell Hell House

    Here's part two with special guest is Keith Linder here to discuss the extraordinary phenomena that he experienced after moving into a rental home with his girlfriend. Get his book The Bothell Hell House: Poltergeist of Washington State on Amazon.

    His youtube - https://youtu.be/DHp59_Lia3s

    True Haunted House story - 2012 Keith Linder after successfully obtaining a management position at a prestigious healthcare company decides the time is right for him and his girlfriend to move in together. That's putting things lightly. Weird things begin to happen within days of moving into the modern suburban home. The horrors Keith and his girlfriend witnessed and desperately tried to fight off would end up putting them at odds with members of the paranormal community and themselves. This griping story, told from the house occupant point of view not only lists tales, but also includes pictures, video reenactments, commentary, and audio of the events being reported. Keith Linder does not ask that you believe him. He only asks that you listen. The Bothell Hell House has finally arrived ladies and gentlemen. The house that Zak Bagans and his team came to investigate (albeit for a short time) only to leave empty handed has come full circle. The house occupant tells his story. The complete story which includes why Zak and crew left empty handed. Spontaneous fire outbreaks and inexplicable wall writings are not the most horrific things that happened here. Something more sinister lurks. Robb Tilley of the Australian Institute of Parapsychology Research says "This case is right up there with the most frightening of poltergeist cases: the Enfield Poltergeist, the South Shields Poltergeist, the Bridgeport Connecticut case, and the Matthew Manning case; all well-researched and detailed in various books and documentaries over the years. The Bothell Hell House is a major work, a turning point in poltergeist
    research—Well done. "

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    • 38 min
    Part One - Bothell Hell House

    Part One - Bothell Hell House

    My special guest is Keith Linder here to discuss the extraordinary phenomena that he experienced after moving into a rental home with his girlfriend. Get his book The Bothell Hell House: Poltergeist of Washington State on Amazon.
    His youtube - https://youtu.be/DHp59_Lia3s
    True Haunted House story - 2012 Keith Linder after successfully obtaining a management position at a prestigious healthcare company decides the time is right for him and his girlfriend to move in together. That's putting things lightly. Weird things begin to happen within days of moving into the modern suburban home. The horrors Keith and his girlfriend witnessed and desperately tried to fight off would end up putting them at odds with members of the paranormal community and themselves. This griping story, told from the house occupant point of view not only lists tales, but also includes pictures, video reenactments, commentary, and audio of the events being reported. Keith Linder does not ask that you believe him. He only asks that you listen. The Bothell Hell House has finally arrived ladies and gentlemen. The house that Zak Bagans and his team came to investigate (albeit for a short time) only to leave empty handed has come full circle. The house occupant tells his story. The complete story which includes why Zak and crew left empty handed. Spontaneous fire outbreaks and inexplicable wall writings are not the most horrific things that happened here. Something more sinister lurks. Robb Tilley of the Australian Institute of Parapsychology Research says "This case is right up there with the most frightening of poltergeist cases: the Enfield Poltergeist, the South Shields Poltergeist, the Bridgeport Connecticut case, and the Matthew Manning case; all well-researched and detailed in various books and documentaries over the years. The Bothell Hell House is a major work, a turning point in poltergeist
    research—Well done. "


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    • 42 min
    The Ghost Doctor

    The Ghost Doctor

    Special Guest "The Ghost Doctor" Chris Bores sits down to discuss the new method that he created to classify ghosts based on their behaviors.

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    • 45 min
    The Hat Man Phenomena

    The Hat Man Phenomena

    Special guest Heidi Hollis joins me to discuss the phenomena she discovered and coined as 'Hat Man' and 'Shadow People' back in the 90's.

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    • 33 min

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