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Author: Joshua P. Warren

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Speakingofstrange.com An internationally-recognized expert on paranormal research, our host Joshua P. Warren was hired by the famous Grove Park Inn Resort to be the first person to officially investigate the Pink Lady apparition in 1995. Warren also led the expedition that captured the first known footage of the elusive Brown Mountain Lights, eventually resulting in scientific breakthroughs, that help explain most of the lights and many mysterious, natural plasmas (such as ball lightning) that occur around the world. You can find out more about Joshua at his official website www.JoshuaPWarren.com
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Joshua explains why he choose to bring speakingofstrange to and end after 15 years and how you can continue to follow his personal daily podcast shows free and online. This is the URL" http://www.buzzsprout.com/127013 or you can search for Joshua P. Warren Daily to find it.
Hear Joshua’s message on why SPEAKING OF STRANGE has finally, after 15 years, come to an end: -=Here=- Tune in to hear Sam “The Animal” Steele with a retrospective on the show’s legacy, in-studio with Forrest “Hardwood” Connor and Investigator Shelley Wright. Need more Joshua P.Warren? Listen to his daily podcast! Go to: http://www.buzzsprout.com/127013
Hear Joshua’s message on why SPEAKING OF STRANGE has finally, after 15 years, come to an end: -=Here=- Tune in to hear Sam “The Animal” Steele with a retrospective on the show’s legacy, in-studio with Forrest “Hardwood” Connor and Investigator Shelley Wright. Need more Joshua P.Warren? Listen to his daily podcast! Go to: http://www.buzzsprout.com/127013
Hear Joshua’s message on why SPEAKING OF STRANGE has finally, after 15 years, come to an end: -=Here=- Tune in to hear Sam “The Animal” Steele with a retrospective on the show’s legacy, in-studio with Forrest “Hardwood” Connor and Investigator Shelley Wright. Need more Joshua P.Warren? Listen to his daily podcast! Go to: http://www.buzzsprout.com/127013
Sam Steele is joined by his dad, Dr. David Steele, former college professor of Joshua P Warren. They will dig into Stephen Hawking, a A Brief History of Time, and his scientific thoughts on his own mortality and the afterlife, God, A.I. (and it’s inherent dangers) and more, before getting dirty in the Dark Thirty!
Sam Steele is joined by his dad, Dr. David Steele, former college professor of Joshua P Warren. They will dig into Stephen Hawking, a A Brief History of Time, and his scientific thoughts on his own mortality and the afterlife, God, A.I. (and it’s inherent dangers) and more, before getting dirty in the Dark Thirty!
Sam Steele is joined by his dad, Dr. David Steele, former college professor of Joshua P Warren. They will dig into Stephen Hawking, a A Brief History of Time, and his scientific thoughts on his own mortality and the afterlife, God, A.I. (and it’s inherent dangers) and more, before getting dirty in the Dark Thirty!
Host Sam Steele is joined by Asheville drummer Colin Townsend, a ethnomusicoligist and social anthropoligist who teaches and advises at WCU. They dig into all kinds of weird subjects, including the recent discovery of 700 sq miles of Mayan ruins in Guatamala, the recent finding of a secret chamber in the Great Pyramid of Giza, the proliferation of AI into our everyday lives, Elon Musk, and some of his projects (including his new 500$ flamethrower!) and more!
Host Sam Steele is joined by Asheville drummer Colin Townsend, a ethnomusicoligist and social anthropoligist who teaches and advises at WCU. They dig into all kinds of weird subjects, including the recent discovery of 700 sq miles of Mayan ruins in Guatamala, the recent finding of a secret chamber in the Great Pyramid of Giza, the proliferation of AI into our everyday lives, Elon Musk, and some of his projects (including his new 500$ flamethrower!) and more!
Host Sam Steele is joined by Asheville drummer Colin Townsend, a ethnomusicoligist and social anthropoligist who teaches and advises at WCU. They dig into all kinds of weird subjects, including the recent discovery of 700 sq miles of Mayan ruins in Guatamala, the recent finding of a secret chamber in the Great Pyramid of Giza, the proliferation of AI into our everyday lives, Elon Musk, and some of his projects (including his new 500$ flamethrower!) and more!
Sam brings in guest host Erika Jane of the band (in which Sam still sporadically plays), Red Honey. In hour one, we delve into her deep fascination with Sasquatch, and its potential role in 1600 people who have gone missing in our national forests. Hour two sees us examining consciousness and reality, whether tables and spoons have feelings, and the mystery of Punxsutawney Phil (including how to best cook a groundhog). And, of course the dark thirty hour lets us examine some of society's stranger nuances...hope yall enjoy!
Sam brings in guest host Erika Jane of the band (in which Sam still sporadically plays), Red Honey. In hour one, we delve into her deep fascination with Sasquatch, and its potential role in 1600 people who have gone missing in our national forests. Hour two sees us examining consciousness and reality, whether tables and spoons have feelings, and the mystery of Punxsutawney Phil (including how to best cook a groundhog). And, of course the dark thirty hour lets us examine some of society's stranger nuances...hope yall enjoy!
Sam brings in guest host Erika Jane of the band (in which Sam still sporadically plays), Red Honey. In hour one, we delve into her deep fascination with Sasquatch, and its potential role in 1600 people who have gone missing in our national forests. Hour two sees us examining consciousness and reality, whether tables and spoons have feelings, and the mystery of Punxsutawney Phil (including how to best cook a groundhog). And, of course the dark thirty hour lets us examine some of society's stranger nuances...hope yall enjoy!
Sam "The Animal" Steele hosts, along with Shannon Ollis, as they dig into Creepy clowns, sleep paralysis, and fear of all dead things! PLUS . . . They dig into the Enfield Haunting, the haunted battleship North Carolina, and the Doomsday Clock!
Sam "The Animal" Steele hosts, along with Shannon Ollis, as they dig into Creepy clowns, sleep paralysis, and fear of all dead things! PLUS . . . They dig into the Enfield Haunting, the haunted battleship North Carolina, and the Doomsday Clock!
Sam "The Animal" Steele hosts, along with Shannon Ollis, as they dig into Creepy clowns, sleep paralysis, and fear of all dead things! PLUS . . . They dig into the Enfield Haunting, the haunted battleship North Carolina, and the Doomsday Clock!
1-20-2018 Show Hour 1

1-20-2018 Show Hour 1

2018-01-2347:09

TONIGHT, in addition to the usual wild news . . . In the middle of a mountain snow storm, Sam "The Animal" Steele hosts the show and digs into wacked-out content that will leave you laughing and dizzy!
1-20-2018 Show Hour 3

1-20-2018 Show Hour 3

2018-01-2047:31

TONIGHT, in addition to the usual wild news . . . In the middle of a mountain snow storm, Sam "The Animal" Steele hosts the show and digs into wacked-out content that will leave you laughing and dizzy!
1-20-2018 Show Hour 2

1-20-2018 Show Hour 2

2018-01-2047:23

TONIGHT, in addition to the usual wild news . . . In the middle of a mountain snow storm, Sam "The Animal" Steele hosts the show and digs into wacked-out content that will leave you laughing and dizzy!
Asheville novelist Scott Lunsford joins the gang in-studio to talk about his books "Cop and Coin" and "Cop and Call" which feature real-life local characters mixed up in historical mysteries. www.ScottLunsfordAuthor.com Christmas music fills the studio and Shelley, Vance and Sam talk about some of their favorite memories of the season. Also, the story of Arthur J. Wills, prominent Asheville architect who later devoted his life to psychic research. Dark 30: Santa behaving badly, hemp for the holidays and an uncomfortable world record.
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kyle Hughes

hey buddy you did good work.

Aug 19th
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