Marisa began her spiritual journey in the year 2000 after the tragic deaths of her mother and niece within 2 days of each other. This event led Marisa on a spiritual quest for answers about life, death and the unknown.
One night, in September 2002 a murder victim appeared to Marisa showing her the gruesome details of her murder. Never experiencing anything like this before, Marisa contacted the police and provided them with clear, specific unpublished details of the crime. This information caused police to suspect Marisa of involvement, but ultimately lead to their trust and appreciation for her unusual abilities. Marisa began working regularly on murder and missing persons cases. Ever since, Marisa speaks with spirits for thousands of people.
Marisa is different than most Mediums. When Marisa is in front of someone or on the phone, spirits appear to her. She has developed an interview process with the spirits to gain validation of who they are. She can see the spirits clearly with her eyes as she asks them about their death, family, career, hobbies and life. Once she has received enough validation, Marisa will ask them for messages. She receives her psychic information about peoples past, present and future from Spirit Guides. Each of us has one or more guides that know what our life path is and accompany us on our journey.
In the first half, George Noory welcomes psychic medium Marisa Ryan, who shared her story of being recruited by the spirit of a murder victim that was seeking help in bringing the killers to justice. Open Lines followed. ... More »Host: George Noory
Appearing during the middle two hours, Richard C. Hoagland joined George for a discussion on space exploration, Mars, and the CERN experiments. The recent ESA photographs of asteroid Steins, may reveal an object that is not actually an asteroid, Hoagland suggested, adding that some of the imagery might have been kept from the public. The scientists seeking to recreate a Big Bang-like event on an atomic level at CERN are arrogant regarding the infallibility of their calculations-- it's possible that a mini-black hole could put Earth and humanity at risk, Hoagland commented. The last hour featured Open Lines 'Sound Off' calls.Note: Due to phone problems, Robert Bauval was rescheduled. Portions of a rebroadcast from 11/12/03 with Deepak Chopra were played during the second hour. ... More »Host: George Noory