Seriah is joined by Wren Collier and Cherylee Black, as they discuss the new In Search Of... and problems with shows like that overall, followed by discussions about current Psychic Research and Wren's Out of Body Experiences...
Seriah is joined by Walter Bosley and they talk of Corey Goode, and To the Stars, and what any governmental agency may gain by manipulating our view of the UFO Phenomenon. They discuss the Skinwalker Ranch, and they also discuss the Solar observatory that had closed and what really probably happened.
Timothy discusses the recently published book Chasing the Elusive Pennsylvania Bigfoot with Brian Seech. While Brian did not write the book, he has worked closely with the author, Paul G. Johnson, for many years. We cover some of the ideas and cases from the book including a few of the
stranger aspects of Pennsylvania bigfoot sightings: UFOs, disappearing bigfoot creatures, and more – and the idea that some of this “spooky” activity may be explained by quantum physics. Brian also talks about some of his research with the Center for Cryptozoological Studies.
Seriah and Timothy Renner are joined by Michael Robartes to talk about his new book, The Rabbit Hole Experience. The conversation covers what the experience is, some examples, and the conversation veers into Ghost Hunting, Bigfoot, Missing People, High Strangeness, and more...
Seriah is joined by Joshua Cutchin and Adam Sayne as they discuss the new documentary, The Hunt for the Skinwalker, as well as the book it was derived from. They also update the situation with the closed Solar Observatory in New Mexico.
Clint Granberry joins Seriah and Timothy Renner to discuss the activity at a spot called Devil's Creek. Located in Washington State, we look at the various phenomena that they have encountered and recorded in the area. We also compare this to what is happening at Site 7, which Tim has been investigating.
Seriah is joined by Melissa Martel and Adam Sayne and they start off talking about the closed observatory in New Mexico, from there they disuss the problem with assumptions, the online exploitation of fringe subjects, and the importance of critical thinking. Then they get into a strange story from a listener, followed by some strange stories of their own.