Tracy Twyman has been writing about alternative history and the occult for 14 years. She is the author of several nonfiction books and is also the former Editor of Dagobert's Revenge Magazine, a journal of esoteric history that was published from 1996 to 2003. In 2006 her website made national news when it was banned by the Supreme Court of Pakistan on charges of blasphemy. Recently she was featured in the documentary film Bloodline, released in May 2008. Her book The Merovingian Mythos was licensed by Sony Pictures for use in the upcoming film Angels and Demons, prequel to The Da Vinci Code.
In the first half of the show, alternative history and occult expert Tracy Twyman joined guest host Jimmy Church (email) (filling in for George) to discuss the origins of Friday the 13th and its relationship with the Knights Templar. Open Lines followed. Analyst of...More »
In the first half, expert in esoteric history Tracy Twyman discussed her work using the Ouija board as a research tool for exploring occult mysteries. In the latter half, former Navy SEAL Team member Howard E. Wasdin talked about the training and rigor required to become a...More »
Physicist and author Leonard Mlodinow discussed his exploration into probability and randomness and showed how our lives are more shaped by chance than some may expect. Detailing his findings, he explained, "I'm not saying that the world is completely random. I'm saying...More »
Journalist and occult expert Tracy Twyman discussed the shocking stories from her new book, Mind Controlled Sex Slaves and the CIA. She covered a number of infamous accounts within this realm, such as the story of Cathy O'Brien, the Franklin Cover-Up, and the disappearance of...More »
Occult historian Tracy Twyman discussed the Masonic heritage of the United States, and how the doctrines and beliefs of Freemasonry influenced Capitalism and the 'magical' American monetary system.According to Twyman, the markings on American money are rife with occult and...More »
TV’s original home shopping host Bob Circosta discussed the early days of home shopping and how it has become a billion-dollar industry over the past 44 years, as well as what he has learned about sales and what motivates people to buy things they see on TV.