Paranormal researcher Chad Lewis spoke about the popularity of 'Legend Tripping' where young people seek out locations of paranormal activity as a rite of passage. Legend tripping often involves undertaking some type of dare associated with the haunted nature of a site, in a kind of "nervous bravery," he explained. Lewis described a number of his favorite trips:
He also detailed his investigations at a recent crop circle in Minnesota, and his trip to Transylvania. He found many in Transylvania still believe in vampires and they suggested taking precautions such as driving a stake through a deceased person's heart so they don't come back to haunt you.
First hour guests, Dr. Roger Leir and Whitley Strieber discussed alien implants. Strieber shared his account of having a possible implant in his ear, which Dr. John Lerma was unable to completely remove, as the object moved away from his tweezers. Leir reported he's been gathering data on his implant removal surgeries for a full-scale scientific review being independently conducted.
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