One of the shows I really enjoy being on lately is the Minority Report Podcast (MRP). If you’re unfamiliar with who these guys are, see my first post detailing this new show or just go listen to them for yourself.
Earlier in the month, I had the privilege to be interviewed by them again, but this time in person. They flew up all the way from Atlanta just to visit Philly! So, we sat down to continue with part two of our conversation into the concepts I explore in my book “The Spectrum.”
I recently learned of a bizarre incident involving eight construction workers and a UFO just north of Edinburg, Texas in the fall of 1966, thanks to UFO investigator and author Noe Torres.
It was about midnight when the eight men were supposedly digging gravel out of a pit near Farm to Market Rd. 490, approximately four miles west of Highway 281. They suddenly noticed a UFO at close proximity above them.
Presumably, out of fear they reacted in a hostile way, possibly even shooting at the object, which shot a “beam of fire” at them. The energy weapon decimated their construction equipment, two pickup trucks, and a small RV. The men escaped, but their entire camp was destroyed.
“Are you Strange?”
Frank rolls his eyes and replies, “Here we go again. No, it’s Strang-es.“
Prior to seeing Dr. Frank E. Stranges deliver a presentation (courtesy of this Roku channel, from what I believe was 1991) I really didn’t know much about him. The only thing I knew of Dr. Stranges (not to be confused with Dr. Strange) was his 1967 book, “Stranger at the Pentagon.”
In that book, Stranges outlined his very own personal encounters with a human-looking, extraterrestrial (a Venusian to be exact) named Valiant Thor. He was, and possibly still is, walking among us and supposedly within the halls of government, too.
The telephone seems to be a popular device to high strangeness. I’ve heard reports of conversations with the dead to correspondences with life forms from another time, or even another dimension. Telemarketing tactics aside, there are quite a few reports of these creepy calls, which might suggest that something out there is attempting to use our telecommunication systems to make contact with us.
And, one of those examples is found in the peculiar case of Gary Sudbrink.
In 1993, Gary was an Air Force captain assigned to medical pharmacy work in San Antonio, TX. In February of that same year, he planned an unannounced, surprise trip to visit friends and family in Long Island, NY.
Even though he didn’t tell anyone about his trip prior to departure, it seems that someone or something else already knew…
Come out to see a lecture I’ll be delivering on the topic of high strangeness at the Marlton NJ Psychic and Healing Event on Saturday, June 8th at the Marlton VFW. I’ll be there along with several others in the field, like my good friends Rosalyn and Michael Lewis who will also be lecturing that day.
And, I’ll be signing copies of my new book, The Spectrum: Glimpses of the Paranormal and Encounters with the Strange.
This event is FREE for all and organized by the Spiritual Healing Through Guidance group. Come out to say hi and tell me all about your own strange experiences.
Click here for more details on the event itself and to RSVP.
Come out to meet me at the 3rd Annual Spiritual Awakening Expo on Saturday, March 23rd, as I sign copies of my new book, The Spectrum: Glimpses of the Paranormal and Encounters with the Strange.
The expo focuses on holistic healing and other metaphysical topics. There will be all sorts of people there along with various authors, speakers, and vendors.
Though I’m not delivering a formal lecture, I will be talking with many of you and welcoming your stories and strange experiences. Stop by and say hi!
Admission is only $2 for adults with children under 10 admitted free.
Click here for more details on the event itself and to RSVP.
When I began my quest into the paranormal, I bought into the widely accepted notion that ghosts are simply spirits of dead people. Yet, when we carefully examine some of these cases, we find there also appear to be other things going on with the phenomenon—albeit things that are not so cut and dry.
As human beings, we like to have our world clearly defined in black and white. We especially like to break things down into easily digested pieces cooked to the familiar palate of human understanding. But when we are dealing with the bizarre nature of the unexplained, this approach couldn’t be any more detrimental towards our attempts to ever understand it.
Over time, I learned to approach the phenomena from a different angle altogether (especially if I am to ever satisfy my curiosity with it). If we can shift our expectations away from the very limited human logic applied to it and begin to look at the phenomena from the limitless lens of the phenomena itself, it might help us to better grasp how it operates in the way that it does.
The original run from the late 80s through 90s is one that I have the utmost respect for, but never really got into. In fact, when it was on NBC at the time I actually avoided it. Probably because I was too young and probably because I was too freaked out as well.
My parents on the other hand used to love watching the show. And, on a handful of occasions they even let me sit in on the paranormal episodes. That is, until one specific episode ruined it for me…
A report was sent to me of a large triangle or possibly diamond-shaped object, which was spotted recently in Iowa on January 25,
2019at approximately 9:30 pm CT…
The witness and her mother were driving from Des Moines to Indianola on Highway 69 at the time when they saw a black, extremely large craft with “three porthole lights” on its bottom. The craft was approximately 500 feet above them gliding along slowly. The witness said that the craft even stopped or hovered at one point during the sighting.
In case you hadn’t heard, Jeremy Corbell is the new investigative filmmaker on the block with his latest film, Bob Lazar: Area 51 & Flying Saucers.
Regardless of what you think of the Bob Lazar story in general, this new documentary on him is certainly worth the watch. There’s no denying that Corbell is revisiting some of the most bizarre stories on the UFO landscape and presenting them to a new audience that may not be as familiar. If you haven’t seen Corbell’s film, Hunt for the Skinwalker you also need to add that to your playlist too.
But just like Hunt for the Skinwalker, it seems that people either love his latest film or hate it.