Phil Hendrie hosted his own critically acclaimed radio show on Premiere Radio Networks out of Los Angeles.He worked as a DJ in a variety of radio stations around the country. In 1990, he was doing a talk show at a radio station in Ventura, California, when he created his first alter persona, Raj Fahneen. Phil then moved to Atlanta, then Minneapolis, then Miami, modifying and improving his characters and the format of the show (one of his improv characters was Art Bell!).
Phil finally ended up back in Los Angeles, at KFI AM640, in 1996. His program became syndicated with the Premiere Radio Network in 1999, and was heard on over 100 radio stations around the country.Phil has performed character voices for Fox TV shows such as Futurama and King of the Hill, and was also a regular on NBC program, Teachers.He retired from his nationally syndicated radio show in June 2006 in order to pursue his career in acting.
Researcher Heidi Hollis, who's been described as the "Dr. Phil" of the paranormal, discussed 'shadow' entities as well as encounters with other types of negative beings.Shadow people have been around since the beginning of time and are a dark influence upon society, she said. They also relate to negative alien entities such as the Reptilians and Greys, and may in fact be part of the same overall phenomena, she added. Typically, shadow beings don't like to be spotted but they are sometimes discovered by a person who wakes up to find them trying to choke or suffocate them, noted Hollis, who presented several methods for decreasing or eliminating incidents with them. ... More »Host: George Noory