Michael and Nicole Sebastian are known as "The Dream Team". They have worked with dreams, omens and intuition for over 20 years. Michael and Nicole are co-authors of "Trust Yourself: Master Your Dreams, Master Your Destiny", the modern-day bible on dreams. Michael is a sociologist and has taught at numerous universities throughout the country.
Paranormal investigator David M. Rountree discussed his work using scientific methods for ghost hunting, which he hopes will help bridge the gap between the paranormal and science. Measurable atmospheric and environmental conditions seem to be related to unusual phenomena, he reported, especially in small localized areas such as when cold spots are found. First hour guests, "The Dream Team," Michael & Nicole Sebastian, talked about night terrors, which they characterized as "nightmares on steroids." In many cases, night terrors could be incidents of "astral invasions," in which dreamers have negative contacts in other dimensions with astral entities or "psychic criminals," said Michael. ... More »Host: George Noory
During Open Lines, George offered a special "Who Saved You" hotline for people to share their tales of survival. Bob from Indiana told the story of cheating death while on a trip with his brothers to the Grand Canyon. Hiking along the side of canyon,... ... More »Host: George Noory
The 'Dream Dudes,' Michael & Nicole Sebastian, joined George for a discussion about synchronicity and coincidence during the first two hours of the program. ... More »Host: George Noory
Secret Door guests and Open Lines were intertwined in this impromptu evening. ... More »Host: George Noory
Michael & Nicole Sebastian, known as The Dream Dudes, discussed the nature of dreams and intuition. We are all intuitive and can tap into the universal database of information, said Nicole. A person can tell the difference between intuition and erroneous thought by recognizing that intuition is sensed as a feeling rather than a thought, and comes before the thought, Michael shared. ... More »Host: George Noory