In our 12th edition of the 'Secret Door,' George Noory welcomed three surprise guests who discussed a variety of topics. First up, investigative mythologist William Henry talked about his new DVD project, The Anointed, which explores secrets of the anointing oil of the ancient sages. This oil reportedly could transform humans into super-beings, he noted, and the Archangel Michael was said to have rubbed it on Enoch who then exhibited glowing rays. Henry also touched on the discovery of hieroglyphic markings in the secret chamber of the Great Pyramid (see article below). He suggested that this small chamber may have been built for the passage of the soul, rather than the storing of bodies.
Second through the Secret Door, was RN Trisha Springstead who shared updates on Morgellons disease. She expressed dismay with a recent study by the Mayo Clinic which found that patients who complain of this ailment are delusional. Many patients do have parasites under their skin, and tests demonstrate an unknown taxonomy, she stated. Besides the itching, creepy-crawly sensations, and strange fibers coming out of the rashes, patients also suffer from "brain fog," Springstead continued. She reported on the work of Dr. Omar Amin who studied 50 patients and found a correlation between Morgellons and the mercury and plastic products used in dental work.
Last through the Door was author and paranormal investigator Jeff Belanger who discussed how ghosts and human beliefs can create reality. His latest book, What It's Like, geared for children, explores how some people, aided by strong belief systems, overcame incredible odds to survive and achieve. He also talked about the SPIRICOM, a device that reportedly captured the voice of a spirit.
Sinking of the Indianapolis
In tandem with Memorial Day, first hour guest, researcher Douglas Dietrich discussed the sinking of the U.S.S. Indianapolis, which was torpedoed by a Japanese submarine in 1945. The Indianapolis had been transporting components for an atomic bomb, but didn't have the security of an escort. Many of the ship's 900 sailors stranded in the water after the attack weren't rescued, and a number died in a "shark frenzy," he detailed.
At the start of the show, George gave his customary Memorial Day reading of a "A Soldier Died Today." Audio of this can be found here.