In the first half, analyst of geopolitics and foreign policy Craig B. Hulet commented on the election cycle, current events, and the geopolitical landscape. Midweek Open Lines followed in the second half.
Among America's oddest purveyors of the unknown was William Mumler who was purported to take photographs of the dead, Marc Hartzman, author of "American Sideshow," told C2C on 8/24/15
This week our two free audio clips are from six years ago-- August 2009, when medium Jane Doherty talked about her crystal skull 'Maya,' and David Hatcher Childress spoke about lost treasure
George Knapp shares a number of news items that have recently caught his attention, including an article about a cosmic experiment, and photos of America's nuclear weapons legacy
This week our two free audio clips are from 8 years ago-- June 2007, when paranormal investigator and journalist Paul Eno discussed a 1983 case involving a parasitic entity in an old farmhouse in Oxbridge, Massachusetts, and hypnotherapist and author Dr. Bruce Goldberg talked about how time travel will be discovered around the year 3050, and that people will also have teleportation units in their homes.
Today's stories include an in-depth look at the science of near-death experiences, a perplexing flashing light seen in Russian skies, and a possible explanation for Ceres' mysterious bright spots
Today's stories include articles on what it wold be like to live on Saturn's moons, the discovery of nine new 'dwarf galaxies,' and the macabre 'walking corpses' of Indonesia
Today's new stories include articles about the amazing leap of the praying mantis, the around-the-world journey of a solar powered plane, and monstrous "superflares' in Earth's distant past
Despite widespread media reports that drew praise from pet lovers and animal activists, it appears that recent remarks attributed to Pope Francis, which asserted that dogs are accepted into Heaven, was the result of a misquotation
The recent celebration of Day of the Dead (Día de los Muertos) in Mexico City attempted to set a world record for the most "Catrinas" (elegant skeleton ladies) brought together in one place.
Believed to be the final resting place of over a million people, Rookwood, Australia's oldest and largest cemetery, comes alive each year as it plays host to a sculpture showcase known as 'Hidden.'
Mystic Jemima Packington is the world's only "Asparamancer," divining the future tossing asparagus stalks.
A fixture of holiday folklore in Europe, Krampus, the demonic companion of St. Nicholas tasked with punishing naughty children rather than bestowing gifts upon them, has seen his popularity skyrocket in the United States in recent years
Pictured are early spirit communication devices from the collections of Robert Murch and Brandon Hodge.
A photograph of a group gathered at a seance, taken by William Hope (1863-1933) in about 1920.
Father Sebastiaan is a master "fangsmith" who carves individual pairs of vampire fangs for clients using dental acrylics.