Freelance journalist Zoe Cormier, a science writer and photographer with a background in biology, joined George Knapp in the first half to discuss her new book Sex, Drugs and Rock 'n’ Roll: The Science of Hedonism.
In the later half, David Browne, longtime music journalist and contributing editor at Rolling Stone, delved into the Grateful Dead, the band that became a musical and cultural phenomenon that has spanned generations.
Joshua P. Warren shares two photos. In the first, he and Dave Schrader (right) prepare to investigate the haunted La Purisima Mission.
Check out some of the items highlighted by George Knapp, including his I-Team report on the 'Roadrunners' reunion, former workers at Area 51 who gathered at the Little A'Le'Inn in Nevada.
Joshua P. Warren recently purchased this vampire killing kit, hand-made by an exorcist in Michigan. This kit is now in Warren's Free Museum in Asheville, NC.
June DeYoung sent us photos showing anomalous activity with her cats.
Skeptics of Near-Death Experiences have had their arguments bolstered thanks to a series of scientific studies which claim to explain all major facets of the classic paranormal phenomenon.
Just days ago, paranormal investigator Joshua P. Warren took this photo of a man's side that may have been scratched by the searing claws of an evil entity. These marks are actually painful, raised blisters.
Patrick Carnes has gone missing, and Ed Dames shares a map of his possible location.
Check out some of the items that have recently caught George Knapp's attention, including an article on 'Superflares' in the Crab Nebula (pictured), a piece about ESP, and a new theory about Roswell.
Ian Punnett shares this YouTube video for the song "Re: Your Brains" by Jonathan Coulton. It was done by Bill Stiteler of Moontalk Productions.
Joshua P. Warren sends us this pic of him testing a subject in his lab's "Manpacitor" prototype. It's used to charge a person with electricity to enhance experiencing tulpas like Santa Claus.
Prof. Daryl Bern's experiments, which show strong evidence for ESP, are being presented in a respected psychology journal later this year. However, advanced copies of the paper are stirring up mixed reactions from psychology professionals.
George Knapp has selected a group of year-end Top 10 lists for your perusal, including the top news, paranormal, cryptozoological, and weird stories of the year. Pictured: 'The Montauk Monster.'
A number of items have recently caught George Knapp's attention, including articles on a 'Dorito'-shaped UFO seen over the UK (pictured), a mysterious 'radar smudge' detected in Australia, and a revival of interest in exorcisms.
Video footage shot in a Savannah cemetery shows what could be the ghost of a boy chasing a shadowy woman.
The Atlantic Paranormal Society (TAPS) will be broadcasting live on Halloween from the historic Central Terminal in Buffalo, NY. On a previous visit, the group caught a mysterious figure walking into frame on one of their thermal cameras.
Joshua P. Warren sends us this photo of what Lynn Jackson, who operated a rescue in Lancaster, South Carolina, calls a "horse apparition."
Brad Steiger sent us some illustrations of various monsters to accompany his appearance on Friday's show.
At a home in York County, Maine, Paul Eno believes a spirit 'parasite' may have been able to interact from another dimension. The pictured doll has been caught on video moving, "at the apparent behest of the parasite," Eno writes.
Battling inexplicable film problems, paranormal investigator Joshua P. Warren finally captured some rare 3-D photos of Robert the Haunted Doll...
Timothy Green Beckley has sent us images to accompany his presentation. In the first image (left), he writes that "strange orbs, shafts of light and illuminated forms have long been observed in the seance room for decades, while today such phenomena has become associated with the appearance of UFOs and their occupants."
Joshua Warren has sent us a video which documents the moment he finally has a face to face meeting with Robert the Haunted Doll...
Staff at one of Scotland's spookiest tourist attractions, Mary King's Close, are baffled by a ghostly figure that has appeared in photos of two different tour groups. The unexpected visitor in the images resembles a woman with blond hair. A spokesperson for the attraction said the staff hopes that by publishing the photos someone might be able to help them explain the mysterious figure. More at STV News.
In George Noory's column in the latest issue of UFO Magazine, he writes about how delighted he is that C2C is now carried on WOR in New York City. Back in the 1950s, WOR was home to radio host Long John Nebel, who pioneered the late-night paranormal talk radio format...