Mission 142 – The Dark Side of Rock ‘N Roll with Marcus F. Griffin

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In Mission 142 we explore what happens when a rock band starts cavorting with paranormal forces they don’t understand. In 1981, an up and coming rock group called Entropy had a run in with something they called “The Grey Man.” This entity promised power, fame, and everything an aspiring rock star could dream of, but it came at a price. Marcus F. Griffin recounts how this entity brought his band right to the edge of fame, but then tore them apart. His new book is called Playing with the Devil: The True Story of a Rock Band’s Terrifying Encounters with the Dark Side. Also, don’t miss Bigfoot in the news!

Mission 141 – LIVE from the 4th Annual MIPARACON

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In Mission 141 the Mother Ship touches down at the 4th Annual Michigan ParaCon in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan! We continue our quest for the elusive “Yooper,” and visit with a distinguished panel that includes: Loren Coleman, Christopher Quaratino, Dave Schrader, John E.L. Tenney, and Rev. Tim Shaw. We discuss the paranormal in the media, evidence, and the evolution of paranormal research. Don’t miss it!

Mission 137 – Covering the Unexplained in the Media

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In Mission 137 we explore how the main stream media covers the unexplained. Almost every week some news outlet will cover a paranormal story. Sometimes they do so with a scoff, other times video or photo evidence demands the public’s attention and the clips make it to prime time. Tonight the Oddballs are going to look at some headlines from around the globe and have an open discussion as to why some of these items make the news and how the topic is being covered. Could it be that disclosure is happening all around us all of the time and the media is playing its role? Tune in to find out!