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Last Show Recap

In the first half, electronics engineer and friend of the late Eugene Mallove, Bill "Doc" Harrington, discussed the process of cold fusion (a type of nuclear reaction), including secrets about what makes it work, and why it's threatening to the powers that be.

Known as the "Garden Witch" Ellen Dugan, author, psychic-clairvoyant, and practicing witch for over thirty years, appeared in the second half of the show, sharing practical applications of witchery, psychic protection, and Magick.

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Michael Norman

Special Guest

Biography:

Michael Norman spent 18 years collecting ghost stories, ranging from the typical (with rattling chains, moans, cold spots, and the like) to the elaborate (the spectral marching soldiers of Indiana's Battle of Tippecanoe, a haunted mine, and the infamous Inn of Seventeen Ghosts in Pennsylvania, for instance).

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Past Shows:

Minnesota Ghost Stories

During the first half of the program, Ian Punnett welcomed author Michael Norman, who shared ghost stories from Minnesota. The latter half of the show featured Open Lines. ... More »

Host: Ian Punnett

Michael Norman

Michael Norman spent 18 years collecting ghost stories, ranging from the typical (with rattling chains, moans, cold spots, and the like) to the elaborate (the spectral marching soldiers of Indiana's Battle of Tippecanoe, a haunted mine, and the infamous Inn of Seventeen Ghosts in Pennsylvania, for instance). ... More »

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