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Psychic Vampires

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Psychic Vampires

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Date: Saturday - October 29, 2005
Host: Ian Punnett
Guests: Dr. Judith Orloff, Ronnie Milione

A pioneer in the new field of energy psychiatry, Dr. Judith Orloff addressed the phenomenon of psychic vampires. As a special bonus caused by the changing of the clocks, Ian hosted a "lost" 5th hour of the show featuring Open Lines.

Paranormal Inventions

During the second half of Hour 1, Dr. Ronnie Milione, Research & Development Manager for TAPS, discussed his paranormal research and inventions. Milione said he is currently working on an "EMF array system with data logging," which would allow a cluster of EMF (Electromagnetic Field) detectors to work together to record an entity as it moves around the investigation area. Data captured by the device could be used to create a computer model and provide "real evidence" of a paranormal event, he noted.

Bearded Ian Gallery III

For the third and final installment of the 'Bearded Ian' galleries, we've assembled some of the most creative submissions that show host Ian Punnett in costume. Take a peek at Gallery III. Also, don't forget to check out Gallery I and Gallery II. Thanks to all who shared their 'Bearded Ian' creations.

Bumper Music

Bumper music from Saturday October 29, 2005

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