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ParaReality is an Internet stream radio show that airs the first Monday of each month. It is a 2 hour long show that talks to guests from all over the world as they explore paranormal/pagan/spiritual/inspirational topics and issues including subjects related to ghosts, spirits, hauntings, apparitions, electronic voice phenomena, near death experiences, miracles, the unexplained, Wicca, the esoteric, the occult, magick, dreams, UFO sightings, medicine, alternative healing, psychic abilities, and more.
Join long-time paranormal researcher Sandman and his roster of special guests, experts and experiencers, as they explore the realms of the known and unknown. Listen to the show to learn about the great mysteries of the paranormal field in the 20th and 21st centuries.
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The Loch Ness DNA Project

The Loch Ness DNA Project

2019-09-2101:01:31

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.
EpsteinConspiracyTheories

EpsteinConspiracyTheories

2019-09-0701:35:59

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!
Nazi Moon Base

Nazi Moon Base

2019-08-1700:55:31

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 Hollow Moon Theory

The Hollow Moon Theory

2019-08-0300:59:35

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!
The Paranormal Family

The Paranormal Family

2019-07-0601:03:21

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?
Aokigahara Forest

Aokigahara Forest

2019-06-2200:58:52

Resting in Mount Fuji's shadow is the Aokigahara Forest, the world's second most popular suicide location. Called “the perfect place to die,” the Aokigahara forest in Japan has the unfortunate distinction of being the world’s second most popular place to die by suicide. Since the 1950s, Japanese men, women and teenagers have wandered in, and so many of them haven’t come out that the Japanese government has stopped releasing the data. Second in suicides behind only the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, the Aokigahara Forest is a beautiful but deadly place that is said to be haunted with demons and the tortured souls of those who have taken their lives there.
The southeastern state of Tennessee is the birthplace of bluegrass music, Mountain Dew soda, miniature golf, the tow truck, and Jack Daniels Whiskey. It’s tied with Missouri as the state that borders the most other states (eight). It’s also the 36th largest state, but the 16th most populated. Famous Tennesseans include singers Johnny Cash, Aretha Franklin and Tina Turner, actor Morgan Freeman, director Quentin Tarantino, former vice president Al Gore, TV mogul Oprah Winfrey, and pro wrestling legend Ric Flair. Oak Ridge, Tennessee, was established in the 1940s as part of the Manhattan Project that produced the first atomic bomb. This 440-mile-long state features forests, plains, lakes, rivers, and mountains. Tennessee is rich with history and much of that history is dark. Tennessee not only has its share of cryptids (as discussed on the last episode) but it also is home to many other ghosts and spirits. Some of them are angry spirits. Some of them are sad spirits and we don't even know why some of them stick around. Nonetheless, the state is full of them. On this episode of ParaReality Radio, I'll be taking a look at some of Tennessee's most famous, or infamous, haunted locations by giving you a countdown of my top 10 haunted locations in the state.
Cyrptids of Tennessee

Cyrptids of Tennessee

2019-05-0400:56:15

Every state here in the US has an unusual part of its history. It seems that, even though the US is young by comparison to the rest of the world, there are plenty of paranormal stories to go around. Just because the US wasn’t officially “discovered” until 1492, let’s not forget that the continent was around for centuries and is really just as old as everywhere else on Earth. That means that it’s had plenty of time to be the home of some very unusual and scary creatures. Many of them are located right here in the good old South. The southeastern state of Tennessee is the birthplace of bluegrass music, Mountain Dew soda, miniature golf, the tow truck, and Jack Daniels Whiskey. It’s tied with Missouri as the state that borders the most other states (eight). It’s also the 36th largest state, but the 16th most populated. Famous Tennesseans include singers Johnny Cash, Aretha Franklin and Tina Turner, actor Morgan Freeman, director Quentin Tarantino, former vice president Al Gore, TV mogul Oprah Winfrey, and pro wrestling legend Ric Flair. Oak Ridge, Tennessee, was established in the 1940s as part of the Manhattan Project that produced the first atomic bomb. This 440-mile-long state features forests, plains, lakes, rivers, and mountains, and is the perfect home for cryptid creatures of all kinds.
The fire that destroyed the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris on April 15, 2019 was truly a tragedy on a global scale. Millions of people across the world began to pour out sympathy for Parisians, sadness at the loss of the historic landmark, and, inevitably, holiday photos snapped while visiting the iconic building. But among the sympathetic messages posted about Notre Dame Cathedral came another type of post – fake news, misinformation, and conspiracy theories about what caused the fire. As with most major tragedies in the last decade, misinformation about Notre Dame began to spread almost immediately. Within a matter of hours, conspiracy theories were flourishing online. What we know about the Notre Dame fire at this point is limited. And as the blaze only abated roughly twelve hours ago, it will likely take days until we have a clearer picture. However, we can say unequivocally that any claims around arson, foul play, or racist plots are entirely baseless and unverified. But as long as the internet provides a climate for conspiracy theories to flourish, these false stories will continue to take hold. I urge you not to fall victim to these rumors and wait until we have more information before you form an opinion about the fire.
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