“Finding Bigfoot” finding a way back to television? Did we go to the moon? A world champ says not so. Mountain lion attack turns out to be assault. Looking at the top paranormal stories since 2008. The Top Ten Paranormal News Stories of 2018 continues!
DoD admits it was looking for UFOs. California ‘spaced out’ with scene in the sky. A look back at some of the top stories over the years of the Paranormal News Insider leading up to the reveal of the top two stories of the Top Ten Paranormal News Stories of 2017!
Review of the historical Top Ten Paranormal News Stories from 2010 to 2015, the Top Five Hoaxes of 2016, and the Top Ten Paranormal News Stories of 2016 continues with #2 and #1! For the sakes of frozen snakes, top cryptozoology stories of 2016, and potential signs of intelligent life found. The Book of the Week, "Cryptozoology A To Z: The Encyclopedia of Loch Monsters, Sasquatch, Chupacabras, and Other Authentic Mysteries of Nature", by Loren Coleman and Jerome Clark.
Elfin magic, big dish in little China (well, a little Chinese town) or China on the FAST track, MUFON sighting statistics for September, book gets an update and relaunch on its 30th anniversary, and we’ll unmask the truth on the recent clown pandemic sweeping the country. Plus, the Book of the Week: "Are You Psychic? Unlocking the Power Within" by Dr. Hans Holzer.
Pokémon to solve cryptid mysteries? Is TB back at it again? A soul in Kentucky divides the world. This just in, the world will end on July 29th and a look at the paranormal box office. The Book of the Week, "The Braxton County Monster: The Cover-up of the Flatwoods Monster Revealed" by Frank Feschino, Jr.
The Devil went down to Jersey, Bigfoot from another dimension, UFOs over Ohio, how not to decorate for Halloween, parallel universes open up in China- and next week in Switzerland, we talk some electrical science, plus conferences and conventions and the book of the week.
An out of body experience, Ouija Board gone wild, how not to attend church, a eulogy to a forgotten ghost hunting pioneer, we'll talk the birds and the bees and whether to photograph these, surviving another apocalypse, and an update on the Oklahoma car monster, plus conferences and conventions. Book of the week