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Last Show Recap

Guest host Richard Syrett welcomed scientist Dr. Richard Alan Miller, a pioneer in the annals of metaphysical and paranormal exploration. Miller discussed the protocols developed for Navy SEALs to create super soldiers and how these tools can be used for one's own personal evolution of consciousness. In the second half, inventor Aaron Murakami talked about his research, theories, and experiments with Plasma Ignition System technology.

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Doug L.

Special Guest

Biography:

Doug (a/k/a "Skizz") has been interested in paranormal topics ever since checking out a book about witchcraft as a young boy. He has read many books about paranormal subjects, with his favorite topics being out of body experiences, Edgar Cayce, ESP, prophecy, and ghosts. While surfing the internet in 2001, he was happy to learn that other folks actually went prowling about cemeteries and haunted places looking for ghosts. Since then, he has been an avid ghost hunter. Doug had done terrestrial radio before at WTWR, the station at the University of Detroit, where he received his Bachelor's degree in Management Sciences and Information Systems. Upon meeting Scott L on ghost hunts, Doug suggested doing an internet talk show about ghost hunting. The premier of Ghostly Talk in February 2002 streamed to a total listening audience of one computer, though two people were listening.

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