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The Dead Speak

In the first half, independent researcher Peter A. Kirby spoke about chemtrails, a covert program of aerosol geoengineering.

For 25 years Robert Perala has been researching metaphysics, the origin of the soul, Earth-based anomalies, extraterrestrial science, and NDEs. In the latter half, he discuss a variety of subjects including his own ET abduction experience, and his activism against the 2011 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).

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Date: Saturday - October 30, 2004
Host: Art Bell
Guests: Barbara McBeath, Brendan Cook

Ghost Investigators Society members, Brendan Cook and Barbara McBeath, returned to the show with another batch of recorded ghost voices, known as Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP). This time some of the voices of the dead came from Deer Lodge Prison in Montana, Wyoming State Penitentiary, and the Gold Hill Hotel in Virginia City, Nevada.

While Investigating the Gold Hill Hotel, McBeath and Cook recorded a young boy pleading "Help me" and a woman asking, "Are you alone?" On an EVP recorded at Deer Lodge Prison, the voice of a man can be heard saying, "Help, I'm in here." Perhaps more disturbing is a recording they captured at the Wyoming State Penitentiary in which a man plainly states, "I have to go now. I'm dead."

McBeath believes the vast majority of ghosts she has recorded either do not realize they are dead or are in denial about it. Cook thinks that by recording the dead, he is helping them to embrace their fate. As an example, he cited an EVP recorded in a cemetery of an old woman who suddenly realized, "I'm completely dead." McBeath and Cook claim after that she was never heard from again.

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