We’re joined in studio by Scott Porter and over the phone by Robert Lopaka Kapanui, as we discuss Stephanie and Porter’s recent trip to Hawaii and the weirdness that entered their lives both while there and in the weeks since.
Dr. Irena Scott joins us to talk about the truth behind UFOs and her personal experiences in including an encounter in the Bridgewater Triangle. We also get some more information about the upcoming X-Filers Unite conference (April 26-28, 2019) with Val and Jaimy, organizers of the event.
With the rest of the Spooky Crew all out of the studio, Tim is left without a voice but still has a fascinating discussion with Seth Breedlove and Adam Duggan of Small Town Monsters, talking about their upcoming projects “On the Trail of Bigfoot,” “Terror in the Skies” and “MOMO.”
We celebrate our 13th anniversary on the air, and Jessica calls in to solicit experiences from the Bridgewater Triangle for an upcoming television show.
We explore the new documentary series from Dana and Greg Newkirk, Hellier. The documentary explores UFOs, “goblins” in mines, and high strangeness in the Appalachian Mountains.
With the SpookyCrew all in the studio for the first show of the new year. The gang shoots around some paranormal topics and discuss what’s to come in the new year.
Danny Roberge of Big Beard Studios joins us to talk about the idea of people as paranormal receptors.
Tim and Matt Costa discuss a number of paranormal topics. including psychics who charge as opposed to those who give readings away for free on social media.
We start off discussing a wide variety of topics, but soon go down a different path as we get Matt Moniz to open up about his personal UFO abduction experiences. Also, Michelle Freed Bulgatz joins us to resurrect “The Week in Weird.”
We are joined by Dr. Rita Louise, author of the new book “Stepping Out of Eden,” to talk about the history and development of mankind, and how that led to today’s belief in the paranormal.