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In the first half, Buck Wolf, senior correspondent and weird news editor for the Huffington Post, shared tales and adventures of his investigations into the strange. Followed by Open Lines.

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Richard Progovitz

Special Guest

Biography:

Certified Mold Inspector and mycologist, Richard F. Progovitz worked for IBM for 25 years as a mechanical engineer. He is on-call with the Lourdes Hospital's Poison Control Center in New York State, to aid in identification of wild mushrooms that people have consumed. He has given numerous lectures and seminars on fungi (mushrooms and molds), and is known for his creation of sets of edible and poisonous Wild Mushroom Flash Cards.

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Plasma Lights and Ghosts

Paranormal researcher Joshua P. Warren of L.E.M.U.R. returned to the show, to discuss his team's creation of a plasma that resembles the anomalous Brown Mountain Lights. By reproducing certain elements found at Brown Mountain in their laboratory such as layers of quartz and magnetite (which forms a capacitor), they were able to set off discharges at different angles that created the illusion of a... More »

Host: George Noory
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