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Phoning the Dead

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Phoning the Dead

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Date: Saturday - October 20, 2007
Host: Ian Punnett
Guests: Christopher Moon, Charles Ostman

Paranormal investigator and editor of Haunted Times Magazine, Christopher Moon discussed his work with the 'Telephone to the Dead' (Frank's Box), a device that purportedly allows real time two-way communication with the spirit world.

According to Moon, a 'spirit technician' named Tyler helps him use the device to establish communications with those on the other side. He claims to have a 100% success rate phoning the dead (during his private readings), as well as daily conversations with world famous inventor Thomas Edison. According to Moon, Edison is interested in perfecting the 'Telephone' and beating out his deceased rival Nikola Tesla, who is apparently also working on a similar device.

Moon talked about his expedition to Waverly Hills Sanatorium in Louisville, Kentucky. He said expedition participants captured EVPs and photos of full-bodied apparitions and shadow people. Moon himself said he encountered a shadow person while there. Moon also spoke about how the 'Telephone' has helped him work on various unsolved crime investigations.

Missing Nukes Theory

In the first hour, 'historian of the future' Charles Ostman commented on the missing nukes story. According to Ostman, nuclear warheads could not have been mistakenly flown from one military base to another due to the extensive security procedures required to transport such ordnance. Ostman believes this incident has been used to siphon a nuclear weapon from our arsenal. He expects the nuke will be used on a sparsely-populated area of US interest and blamed on Iran in order to justify an invasion.

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Bumper music from Saturday October 20, 2007

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    Edwin Starr
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