Demonic Forces / Paranormal Scotland

Hosted byGeorge Noory

Demonic Forces / Paranormal Scotland

About the show

In the first half, emotional clearing expert, practicing exorcist, and psychic Jeffrey Seelman talked about an increase in negative energy, and demonic spirits, and what we can do to clear them out. In society, we are immersed in such things as political divides, fear of disease, and inflationary prices. These concerns cause a huge amount of emotional energy to be generated, which negative spirits can capitalize on, he explained. When negative or mean people pass on, they often keep those traits in the spirit realm, and sometimes seek to create havoc for the living, he detailed. In contrast, he said demonic spirits were never alive and can transmit negative feelings like anger and hatred and magnify those emotions among the living.

"Demonic spirits have even been known to alter physical reality and to change and move things," Seelman continued. He teaches defensive techniques that involve shaping energy from the non-physical universe. One such exercise he called the "tornado," in which a person visualizes an amount of spiritual energy spinning fast around them, and because it is moving so rapidly, it serves to keep out negative forces. Negative spirits tend to move around rather than just haunt or remain in one location, he reported, and they typically work in a solo fashion rather than teaming up with other entities, as they have strong egos.


Malcolm Robinson has been interested in the strange world of the paranormal for as long as he can remember, and in 1979 he formed the research society, Strange Phenomena Investigations. In the latter half, he spoke about the paranormal in Scotland, including UFO and alien encounters, the Loch Ness monster, and ghostly phenomena. Robinson shared details of the 1996 Falkland Hill UFO incident, which has been called Scotland's most controversial UFO case. A family driving on a quiet road observed a large black triangular craft hovering in the sky. They stopped their car, and then the ship shot down two strong beams of light, followed by an intense blue light that invaded the surrounding forest. The witnesses then described seeing hundreds of small grey beings on the forest floor lifting up boxes and cylinders and taking them to a structured object.

He also discussed the A70 UFO road incident, in which two men were driving from Edinburgh and were abducted during an encounter in August 1992. Robinson offered details from the bizarre Sauchie poltergeist case that began in 1960 and was associated with a young girl named Virginia Campbell-- her bed covers would ripple on their own, a linen chest suddenly skittered across the bedroom, and a blackboard vibrated. Regarding his investigations into Nessie, Robinson said he suspects that the creature may be a type of enormous eel because of what is perceived to be its long neck. He shared his analysis of sonar readings, and various Nessie photos, some of which he determined were hoaxes.

In the last 15 minutes, George presented his rendition of Edgar Allan Poe's "The Tell-Tale Heart."

News segment guests: Christian Wilde, Kevin Randle

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