In the first half, crime scene investigator Paul Rimmasch spoke about ghost cases associated with law enforcement. In forensics, he explained, you're trained to go where the evidence leads you, and based on what he's observed "it's hard to ignore the spiritual world." While investigating a bloody homicide at an apartment, "you could feel the victim's presence there," and it got to the point where investigators would greet her when they walked in the door, he recalled. Hauntings are often associated with locations where tragic or violent deaths have occurred, and some kind of imprint is left behind, he noted.
He shared an update on his co-worker Mitch, whose dog, "The Dude," became sensitive to a spirit that followed him home from a crime scene. In the latest account, a reverse process took place, in which a ghost was said to follow Mitch to a crime scene. Rimmasch also touched on his interest in 'forbidden' archeology. He cited artifacts including tools found in Mexico that were dated possibly as old as 250,000 years by Dr. Virginia McIntyre, though her work was discredited by academia because it didn't conform to their timeline.
In the latter half, animal communicator Asia Voight talked about how she telepathically reads the frequency or energy that an animal gives off, and then turns that into language. Many of her clients have been surprised to discover the knowledge that their animal companions have about them. For instance, in one case a cat conveyed to her that her client's husband was working too hard, and the client then revealed to Voight that they were starting a second business. Clients tend to come to her, after they haven't had success with veterinarians trying to decipher the cause of animals' health problems or behaviors, she detailed.
About 15 years ago, she began communicating with deceased animals on behalf of her clients. When animals pass on to the Other Side, they sometimes serve as helpers to newly deceased people as they grow accustomed to spirit form, she explained. Interestingly, animals sometimes reincarnate, she said, sharing the story of her pet cat who always smelled like wood chips. Her cat revealed to her that he was the reincarnation of her pet gerbil that she'd had as a child, which had wood chips in its cage. Voight also discussed how a number of years ago, she was severely injured in a car accident, and her horse aided in her recovery (view related video). Callers phoned in with issues about their pets, and Voight shared on-the-spot communications with the animals.