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The Occult

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Date: Monday - July 23, 2007
Host: George Noory
Guests: Marc Zicree, George Takei, Konstantinos Rowley

Author and paranormal researcher Konstantinos shared some of his research into the occult. Konstantinos said he first became interested in occult-related topics from stories his grandmother used to tell him.

Konstantinos talked about contemporary vampirism and blood-drinking rituals, as well as identified three types of vampires: immortal blood drinkers, mortal blood drinkers, and psychic vampires. He also spoke about Vlad the Impaler, the inspiration for Bram Stoker's Dracula.

Konstantinos provided some methods for recording and communicating with spirits, including capturing Electronic Voice Phenomena (EVP) on tape, listening for voices of the dead in white noise, utilizing telepathy, and holding a seance. He commented on modern psychics, who he said rely more on 'cold reading' techniques than real paranormal abilities to gain information.

Konstantinos discussed summoning entities and also spoke with George about his upcoming Ouija board experiment, recommending he go through with it.

New 'Trek' Episode

In the first hour, author Mark Zicree and actor George Takei talked about their work on a new Star Trek project, Star Trek: New Voyages. New Voyages is a fan-created production that picks up where the original series left off. Zicree co-wrote and directed an episode titled "World Enough, And Time," in which Takei reprises his role as Hikaru Sulu. Visit startreknewvoyages.com to view a trailer and sign up to see "World Enough, And Time," which premieres on August 23, 2007. Takei also briefly spoke about his role as the father of time traveler Hiro Nakamura on NBC's Heroes. During the interview, George invited C2C listener and internet broadcaster Michael Johnson to co-host the segment with him.

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