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Paranormal Kool-Aid - Paranormal Personnel with Dave Spinks & Selena Roane

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In the 1st hour we talk to Dave Spinks. He has been investigating the Paranormal since 1986 because of several experiences I had as a young man. He is the lead Investigator and Founder of Country Roads Paranormal Investigations that has investigated some of the most notoriously haunted locations in the United States and even a few in Europe. We will ask him to tell us about some of his most hair raising and unnerving things you can imagine while investigating the paranormal. His sole purpose in investigating the Paranormal is to answer some of man's greatest questions. Is there life after death? Are we alone in the Universe? Are there unknown creatures walking among us? I believe there is and that alone is my motivation.

In the 2nd hour we have Selena Roane she is an empath and speaks at conferences on this subject who is also the founder of FEAR Paranormal Society in Dallas Texas and also the host of a video Internet show on PEN called Close to Death which is broadcast every Sunday evening. Selena is also in the DVD documentary with the Klinge brothers and Chip Coffey called Shadows on 66 and just recently started speaking and has been well received and has gotten several emails thanking her for speaking on the subject of being an empath. I am also a co chair for National Paranormal Society in the Ghost & Hauntings Dept

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Paranormal Kool Aid Radio is brought to you by Belinda Clarke-Ache,Dawn Gomez , April Abercrombie,  Jann Goldberg, Jamie Geller, Scott Gruenwald, Bo Buffet and Chris Medina. 

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