In Mission 96.5 the Mother Ship is hit by a solar flare! This mission was recorded in front of a live audience at the Legend Trips event at Slater Mill in Pawtucket, Rhode Island on April 21, 2012. We had three cameras rolling, but two of them failed us. All that was left was a dinky Flipcam. So it’s here for the hardcore Oddballs who want to see everything. Guests include: psychic medium Pam Patalano, spirit medium Tiffany Rice, Spooky Southcoast Radio Host and Author Tim Weisberg, Keith Johnson from N.E.A.R., and Carl Johnson from Beyond the Veil Paranormal. We talk about the history and hauntings of one of America’s oldest mills!
In Mission 92 the Mother Ship lands in prison! We stop by Mansfield, Ohio, to visit the notoriously haunted Ohio State Reformatory during a Darkness Radio event. In this mission, we abduct a special panel of guests including psychic medium Michael Parry, Aaron Goodwin and Billy Tolley from Ghost Adventures, the Ghost Cop Stacey Jones, and Darkness Radio’s Dave Schrader. We apologize for the low sound quality, it’s tough to capture audio in a giant prison. Or maybe the ghosts were meddling again? Tune in to find out!
In Episode 69 we go inside the world’s most famous haunted house — Amityville — with one of the three people still alive today who knows exactly what happened. On November 13, 1974, Ronald Butch DeFeo Jr. walked into his house at 112 Ocean Avenue in Amityville, New York, and shot his two parents, his two brothers, and two sisters dead. He was convicted of the crime and still sits in jail today. The house sat empty for over a year and the price plummeted. In December of 1975, the Lutz Family: George, Kathy, and Kathy’s children Daniel, Melissa, and Christopher, all from a previous marriage moved in. For the next 28 days the family experienced haunting events that would eventually make this home one of the most famous haunted houses in the world today. The Amityville Horror, as it was known has been the subject of a lot of controversy over the years. There have been books written about it, movies made, and the debate continues to rage on. Tonight we hear from Christopher Quaratino (Lutz), who was seven years old when his family lived in the infamous house. We hear about what really happened and how those events have affected his life ever since. Tune in!