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Last Show Recap

Author and researcher Mitch Horowitz discussed the growing popularity of witchcraft, and the worldwide revival of Wicca and pagan traditions. Yet, with this upsurge, there has been an unfortunate growing wave of violence against witches. Followed by Open Lines in the latter half.

Upcoming Shows

Fri 10-28  Demonic Hauntings Sat 10-29  Extreme Hauntings Special Sun 10-30  UFOs & the Occult/ Scents & the Paranormal Mon 10-31  Ghost to Ghost 2016 Tue 11-01  Power Grid Vulnerability/ Dreams & Music Wed 11-02  NWO & Conspiracies/ Open Lines Thu 11-03  Tales of an Exorcist/ Bizarre Fiction Fri 11-04  Afterlife Adventures/ Open Lines


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Gary Heseltine

Special Guest


Gary Heseltine is a serving British police detective with over 22 years service and in 2002 founded the PRUFOS (Police Reporting UFO Sightings) database which caters for serving and retired British police UFO sighting reports. In 10 years of research he has now amassed over 425 cases involving over 900 British police officers. He was the former editor of the online publication UFO Monthly.com as well as the former co-editor of UFO Data magazine. In Washington DC in 2010 he was awarded the 'Disclosure Award' by Steve Bassett's PRG group. For the last four years he has been working closely with Colonel Charles Halt (ret) to piece together Britain's most famous UFO case - The Rendlesham Forest incident in December 1980. He now has a viable movie script which Halt has endorsed and is ready to look for financial backing.


Past Shows:

Police UFO Sightings / Open Lines

Filling in for George Noory, Rob Simone (email) welcomed British police detective Gary Heseltine for a discussion on UFO sightings by law enforcement officers in the United Kingdom. Open Lines followed. ... More »

Host: Rob Simone