Linda Godfrey is one of the most respected authorities on anomalous animals and paranormal phenomena in Wisconsin. As a journalist, she was the first to break the story of a terrifying, werewolf-like monstrosity lurking in the shadow shrouded forests surrounding Elkhorn, Wisconsin's Bray Road. She's the author of over a dozen books on strange creatures, people and phenomena. Her most recent book was Real Wolfmen; True Encounters in Modern America, and coming this August will be American Monsters: A History of Monster Lore, Legends and Sightings in America.
Researcher and monster investigator Linda Godfrey discussed her strange creature investigations and the bizarre discoveries associated with them. "I seem to be getting more reports in which it was obvious there were connections to other things," she said, noting a possible link between creatures, such as bigfoot and upright... More »
In the first half, Linda Godfrey, authority on anomalous animals and paranormal phenomena in Wisconsin, talks about unexplained otherworldly creatures and portals from the 'spirit world' through which they may enter. Open Lines followed in the latter half of the program.
In the first half, Brian L. Weiss, M.D., talked about his work with past-life regression therapy, and how in some cases people were healed of psychological or physical problems when they recalled their past lives.
Researcher, author and newspaper reporter, Linda Godfrey, has been tracking upright, canine creatures that look like traditional werewolves for over twenty years. She joined George Knapp to discuss modern and classic sightings of the creatures.
Author, artist and researcher of the strange, Linda Godfrey discussed her most recent work on true encounters with beast-men and upright-walking canine creatures. "I still get one to three a week," she said of the many reports of these bipedal dogs she has collected-- "it's running up into the... More »
Broadcasting live from the OnStar studios in Detroit, George welcomed author Linda Godfrey, who shared some of the strange cases she has compiled about the monsters, hauntings and legends known around the state of Michigan.
Filling in for Art Bell, Ian Punnett welcomed one of the leading voices in today's counterculture, Daniel Pinchbeck, who discussed ideas from his latest book, 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl as well as his personal experiences with psychedelic "medicines." In the first hour, author Linda Godfrey provided an update on Man-Wolf sightings near Lake Geneva.
Author Matt Savinar discussed 'Peak Oil' and how life will change in the United States when oil begins to run out. According to Savinar, the earth was "originally endowed" with two trillion barrels of oil and he estimates we've already consumed about one trillion of those barrels.