In Mission 162 we explore our childhood fears and some great Rhode Island legends with author Mike Bouley. Bouley recounts some of the spooky experiences he endured as a kid, then we delve into Elder Ballou Cemetery, Camp Ker-Anna, and Nine Men’s Misery. Bouley discusses his book: Big Todd, The House of Eyes, and Growing up Scared in New England, and his charitable organization: Haunt for Hunger. Don’t miss it!
In Mission 161 we explore reality shifts and Quantum Jumps with Cynthia Sue Larson. Have you ever been running late and wished you could slow down time? Have you ever thought a black cloud was hanging over your head and everything was going wrong? Maybe it is all your fault? What if changing your outlook and intent could change the entire universe around you? Larson joins us to tell us it’s possible. She has a degree in physics, an MBA, and is a Doctor of Divinity, and tonight we explore her book: Quantum Jumps: An Extraordinary Science of Happiness. Dr. Dreck stops by to teach us sometimes there’s no place like your own reality. Don’t miss it!
In Mission 160 we explore the haunts and legends of New Zealand with James Gilberd! Gilberd is the founder of the paranormal research group Strange Occurrences and the co-author of the book Spooked: Exploring the Paranormal in New Zealand. He takes us on a trip through his experiments at the Inverlochy House to an investigation at the Waitomo Caves Hotel and Wellington City and Sea Museum. Dr. Dreck stops by to weigh in on New Zealand and don’t miss Malaysian Bigfoot in the news!