Spirits, Poltergeists, & Parallel Realms

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Date Host Art Bell

Art spoke with paranormal investigator and journalist Paul Eno, who believes that ghosts are not the spirits of dead people dwelling in a spiritual realm, but rather real live entities from parallel worlds (in the multiverse) that have impinged on our own.

Eno shared details from his 1974 investigation of the Bridgeport, Connecticut poltergeist outbreak. He recalled seeing a 300lb refrigerator rise up off the floor, and claims to have been injured by a flying television set. According to Eno, the house was infested by non-human parasitic entities from another part of the multiverse, who were there feeding off of the negative energy.

Eno discussed a 1983 case involving a parasitic entity in an old farmhouse in Oxbridge, Massachusetts. He believes the parasite was attracted to the negative energy produced by the 'almost suicide' of a single mother who lived there. Eno also provided info on a current investigation he and his son are working on involving a haunted policeman in Vermont.

In the first hour, Art spoke with author Whitley Strieber about mysterious aerial "drone" objects, Greenland's melting ice cap and global warming.

Last Night

Director Adam Wingard discussed his "Godzilla vs. Kong" film as well as recounted his own creepy paranormal stories. Followed by Eric Szyszka and Stephen Sajdak of the "We Hate Movies" podcast, who shared their comedic and irreverent take on (bad) cinema.

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