The cast and crew of 30 Odd Minutes get together to produce (in one take with no rehearsal — ’cause that’s how we roll) their own warped version of the Charles Dickens classic, “A Christmas Carol” (in under 3.5 minutes). Happy Holidays to all of our oddball friends, family, and fans. Stay odd!
Description: Ouija believe this is episode 20? In this episode we discuss the history of talking boards (better known by the brand name “Ouija”) with historian and collector Robert Murch. We explore the history of the board, Murch shows us some of the boards in his collection, and we explore how these games earned their dark reputation in the paranormal community. We also conduct a live Ouija séance with Matt and Sarah in the studio. Do we conjure up a spirit or strike out like Geraldo breaking in to Al Capone’s vault? Can they be dangerous? Tune in and find out! If the truth is out there… 30 Odd Minutes will find it… but only by sheer accident.
Do some people just seem to suck the life out of you? In Episode Nineteen we discuss psychic vampires with author and energy worker Michelle Belanger. Michelle herself is a psychic vampire and is the author of numerous books including: The Ghost Hunter’s Survival Guide, Psychic Dreamwalking, and the best-seller Psychic Vampire Codex, she’s a singer, songwriter, artist, and all around paranormal fan. You’ve seen her on the History Channel, HBO, and A&E’s Paranormal State, and now 30 Odd Minutes. Is Michelle related to our host, Jeff Belanger? Was that a picture of rock singer Eddie Money? Tune in to find out! You’ll also notice an odd change in video quality after the first six minutes or so — we had some technical difficulties that we overcame through brute force and ignorance (special thanks to Bob Legge for taping our live show so we could recover the missing minutes). If the truth is out there… 30 Odd Minutes will find it… but only by sheer accident.