Barrie Schwortz was the official documenting photographer for the Shroud of Turin Research Project, the team that conducted the first in-depth scientific examination of the Shroud in 1978. He is currently the co-author of a Shroud book with Ian Wilson titled "Turin Shroud: The Illustrated Evidence," and is also editor and publisher of the internationally recognized Shroud of Turin Website, the largest and most extensive Shroud resource on the Internet.
Shroud of Turin expert/photographer Barrie Schwortz joined host Richard Syrett for a discussion on the latest updates on the Shroud and new evidence that may prove it to be the burial cloth of Jesus. In the third hour, multidisciplinary researcher Samuel Zinner provided an update on the Jordan Codices—seventy ancient metal books which could have something to do with the historical Jesus, or... More »Host: Richard Syrett
In the first half, analyst of geopolitics and foreign policy, Craig B. Hulet, discussed the erosion of citizens rights in America, as well as the global regime of economic interdependence and how it results in conflicts all over the world. In the latter half, researcher and photographer Barrie Schwortz talked about the Shroud of Turin, said to be the burial cloth of Jesus, and reacted to new... More »Host: George Noory
Investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe discussed the loud mystery booms that are persisting with intensity, the Monarch butterflies annual migration numbers declining, and speculation that the function of the strange Gobekli Tepe excavation has to do with the recycling of souls. First hour guest, researcher and photographer Barrie Schwortz talked about the history and meaning of the Shroud... More »Host: George Noory
On Easter night, author Jerome Corsi talked about his new novel The Shroud Codex, and was joined in the latter part of the show by Shroud researcher/photographer Barrie Schwortz. Corsi has concluded that the mysterious Shroud was the authentic burial cloth of Jesus. ... More »Host: George Noory
Official documenting photographer for the Shroud of Turin Research Project, Barrie Schwortz (related site: shroud.com) discussed the Shroud, what it is, its meaning, authenticity, and how it brings together religion and science. The Shroud, an ancient linen burial cloth measuring 14.5 ft. by 3.5 ft, is imprinted with the image of a man on both its back and front sides, that many believe was... More »Host: George Noory
Celebrated medium James Van Praagh returned for a discussion on his encounters with ghosts and the spirit world, as well as his psychic intuitions. Everyone is mediumistic to some extent and can channel energy from the spiritual dimension or their higher self, he declared. When a person dies, their connection with the "silver cord" is severed and their consciousness becomes expanded, he... More »Host: George Noory