Who are we you ask? We are a new podcast to seek out a better understanding of all things paranormal. We will have guests from all backgrounds in the paranormal with us along this journey along with Q & A’s to for listeners to ask our guests questions and open call-in nights to let listeners discuss their thoughts and experiences on the paranormal. The question remains, Can the unexplained be explained? Or can the Paranormal be nothing more than perception? So, close the curtains and turn out the lights and join us on the journey into the paranormal.
Season 1 with lots of amazing guests covering a wide range of topics from hauntings and supernatural experiences, to out of body Travel and UFO's. Come see what sets us apart from the rest of the paranormal radio shows!
In Conjunction with the Paranormal Relief Project on June 20th @ 4pm we will release another location in our episode featuring Don Allison “I Met a Ghost at Gettysburg: A Journalist’s Journey Into the Paranormal.”
Live podcast times are in PDT Timezone.
The Paranormal Relief Project is an event taking place May 1st, 2021 at multiple locations throughout the nation and hopefully the globe. T...
Date of Release May 29th 2020.
The house is owned by Daniel Klaes, himself a paranormal investigator and can be seen the one show The Ghost Finders. Hinsdale House was one of the earlier locations to commit to the project and we couldn't be happier to have them.
Released June 5th 2020.
Please show some love for The Harris-Kearny House!!!!
The 1855 Harris-Kearney House located at 4000 Baltimore, in Kansas City, Missouri, is the oldest remaining residence in Kansas City.
Released June 12th 2020
For many years the house on Monore St has been rumored to be haunted. Many of the residents have claimed to see a figure of a young girl in the upstairs window.
Released June 20th 2020
First owned as a family home by Mr. Isaac. B. Ringland (1827-1880) originally from Pennsylvania, he moved to Malvern in 1869, working in the lumber business. He was married to Mary A. Evans, had five children, William (died in infancy), Harvey, Emma, Mary Eva and Margaret. During his time in Malvern, he was elected Mayor.
Released June 26th 2020
A sign located on the property reads; (1909) "The sanitarium and bath house is now open and for the treatment of all conditions except infectious and contagious diseases. We have endeavored to make the conditions inside the house as pleasant as possible and will try to give each patient individual attention."
Laurie is the owner of the Wildwood Sanitarium and has owned the location for about three years. She didn't know it even existed before she was referred to it by a man at a gas station. She visited the location and loved it so much she purchased it. Purchased in 1903, It became a sanitarium in 1906. The location was purchased by two doctors who had met at an Osteopathic College. County records record that the building was built in 1900, but through renovation discovery, Laurie has discovered the location used gas lighting and has even recovered square and rectangular nails that date back to the 1800's.
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