Ingrid P. Dean is a detective sergeant, forensic artist, and 20-yr. police veteran in the Michigan State Police. Her book "Spirit of the Badge" began as a culminating project for her Master’s Degree in transpersonal psychology and related studies. The project grew as more police officers began to share their extraordinary stories, resulting in an informative, delightful, collection of exceptional, heart-warming experiences.
Ingrid has a B.A. in Art from Wayne State University, is a professional artist, musician and writer. She is also a state-licensed polygraph examiner and teaches the art of detecting truth and deception.
Ingrid Dean, detective sergeant, forensic artist, and 20-yr. police veteran in the Michigan State Police Force, discussed her work researching true stories from the front lines of law enforcement which were purportedly shaped by angels, apparitions, and unexplainable phenomena. Police officers Alan L. White, Herman Brown, and Anthony V. Rosales, joined the discussion throughout the night. In the first hour, exploitation film director Frank Henenlotter talked about the weird world of Herschell Gordon Lewis, who directed the world's first slasher/gore film—Blood Feast (1963). Next, investigative journalist Julia Scheeres spoke about deception and survival at Jonestown. ... More »Host: Ian Punnett
20-yr. police veteran in the Michigan State Police, Ingrid P. Dean shared stories from the front lines of law enforcement which were shaped by angels and apparitions, dreams and intuition, signs, and unexplainable phenomena. By being open to the occasional gut instincts and/or divine guidance, police officers are sometimes able to make life-saving decisions in the crucial moment, she explained. Last hour guest, author Michael Teitelbaum recounted scary tales of the paranormal gathered from different American states. ... More »Host: George Noory