In the first half of the program, George Knapp was joined by filmmaker and actor, Sean Stone, who discussed his experiences with shadowmen, demons, and ghosts along the eastern seaboard as documented in his film, Greystone Park. He recounted how the movie was inspired by his own chilling adventures surreptitiously exploring the abandoned mental asylum Greystone Park in New Jersey. Based on his research, Stone put forward the idea that the Greystone facility may not merely be haunted by ghostly spirits, but it could serve as "some kind of gateway" to another dimension. To that end, Stone noted that Satanic rituals have allegedly been practiced there, leading him to ponder if adherents of the 'dark arts' created the portal or if they were simply drawn to the location because of it.
Stone also provided insight into his role as co-host with Jesse Ventura on the third season of the TV series Conspiracy Theory. In light of the nebulous nature of conspiracy theories, Stone conceded that attempting to convey these concepts for television was often a frustrating endeavor. For example, he cited the theories surrounding an alleged underground base in Dulce, New Mexico. "They could be building reptilian-grey hybrids underneath us in Dulce, but we can't get in there," he laughed. Additionally, Stone revealed that the second season of the program, specifically the episode devoted to martial law, drew "some pressure" which resulted in the show focusing more on supernatural topics in the third season.
In the latter half of the program, author Brad Olsen talked about how the purposeful suppression of the paranormal has prevented humanity from advancing to a new level. Declaring that we live in "the age of deceit," he contended that the planet is controlled by a small group of power brokers who have a "globalist agenda." A key aspect of this plan, he said, is the UFO cover-up, since it prevents the human race from acquiring world-changing technologies such as free energy, antigravity, and the ability to travel vast distances in a short period of time. Olsen observed that, as acceptance of the UFO phenomenon grows, the cover-up is getting increasingly less tenable, which may be why greater levels of control are being exerted upon the population.
Ultimately, Olsen was optimistic that the human race will be able to overcome the nefarious "moneyed elite" controlling our planet. One tactic, which he advocated, was the adoption of a simpler lifestyle which eschews monetary gain and, thus, eliminates the control mechanism of the power brokers. He mused, "if we could get rid of money, then this cabal, is suddenly powerless." Furthermore, he proposed that, should humans be able to attune themselves to superhuman abilities, such as telekinesis and telepathy, then they would gain skills which would allow for the circumvention of physical control mechanisms put in place by the 'powers that be.'
George Knapp shares a number of items that have recently caught his attention including articles on faking a UFO crash, the benefits of red wine, and 'technological unemployment' ...
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