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Hauntings & Exorcisms

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Date: Monday - November 3, 2003
Host: George Noory
Guests: Richard Jackson

Paranormal expert Richard Jackson shared his investigations into hauntings, possessions, and the Spirit World. Some people are more susceptible to spiritual harassment Jackson said. For instance, a person who had been abused as a child could be more likely to be hurt by "malevolent spirits," because the entities prey on systems weakened by past traumas.

Jackson said he had experienced violent backlashes from malicious spirits. In one case, after he had participated in an exorcism, as he was driving home, an "I-beam" suddenly appeared out of nowhere and his car careened out of control. He narrowly escaped with his life just before the vehicle exploded.

On another occasion also related to an exorcism, Jackson said "I was lifted by my neck about a foot off the ground and those six or seven seconds seemed like an eternity." One of the most frightening events Jackson said he ever witnessed was during one exorcism, when the eyes of the person undergoing the ritual, changed from human to reptilian-appearing.

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Prof. Ramon Lopez the co-author of Storms from the Sun, appeared during the first half-hour of Monday's show offering commentary on the recent solar flare activity. "It's really a mystery," he said, as to why there is such an abundance of sunspots occurring during a "solar minimum." The "sun continues to strengthen its magnetic activity," more so than it has done in the last century, he added.

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