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Ghostly Encounters & Famous Ghosts

Date: 10-25-05
Host: George Noory
Guests: Chris Fleming, Mark Hindell

Chris Fleming shared his paranormal experiences growing up as a "sensitive," and also talked about the ghost investigations he's conducted asone of the hosts of the cable TV series Dead Famous. As a child between the ages of 5-10, he reported having many sightings and encounters, seeing shadowy figures and entities that would float across the room. In one incident, an entity cast its own shadow; in another, he saw a figure recognize its own reflection in the mirror.

Fleming said that a number of his experiences were validated by other witnesses, yet it became clear that he had a special gift for being able to see apparitions. He identified three different types of spirits - green/blue which are neutral, dark entities or Shadow People which are very negative, and vaporous apparitions which have the ability to shape-shift.

As part of the TV show he hosts, attempts are made to contact dead celebrities through seances. He said he communicated with Marilyn Monroe's spirit via a seance, and she informed him that she was killed by poisoning at someone else's hands. Both Monroe and James Dean told him they are reluctantly kept close to the earthly plane because of people's intense interest in them. Fleming said he also made contact with Frank Sinatra's spirit who barked "Whaddaya want? Get out of here," and with John Lennon, who expressed concern over events that are currently transpiring in our world.

Whale Beachings

First half-hour guest Prof. Mark Hindell discussed recent whale beachings in Australia. Each case of stranding has its own individual causes but there are also cycles of such incidents that peak every 12-14 years, he said. For more info., see this article.

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