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In the first half, Craig Nehring, the founder of the Fox Valley Ghost Hunters based in Oshkosh Wisconsin, and Kevin Melek & Jennifer Scelsi, founders of the Northern Wisconsin Paranormal Society, will discuss many paranormal manifestations happening in Wisconsin including Dogman, Bigfoot, ghosts, and Shadow People. They'll also cover the restoration project of the haunted Summerwind mansion. Followed by Open Lines in the latter half.

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Sun 05-31  Paranormal Offerings/ Strange Accounts Mon 06-01  TBA
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So Long Voyager 1

So Long Voyager 1

NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft has completed a historic milestone, becoming the first human-made object to leave the solar system. The 36-year-old probe has traveled about 12 billion miles from the sun and is now in a region outside of the solar bubble. Scientists anticipate Voyager 1 will continue providing information about its interstellar journey. "We expect the fields and particles science instruments on Voyager will continue to send back data through at least 2020. We can't wait to see what the Voyager instruments show us next about deep space," said Voyager project manager Suzanne Dodd. More at NASA.gov.

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