This weekend on ISIS Paranormal Radio, we will be interviewing Nigel Kerner about his books “Song of the Greys,” and “Grey Aliens and the Harvesting of Souls.” You can listen into the live interview this Saturday at 8 PM Eastern time! We will also be talking with author and paranormal investigator Micheal Rivers this Sunday at 6 PM about his book: Ghosts of the North Carolina Shores! Join us in the chat room and tune into the live shows at: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/isisparanormal!
Nigel Kerner – Saturday 8 PM ET
Nigel Kerner is a freelance journalist and author. He was born in Sri Lanka; his father was an officer in the British Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm and his mother from a British planting family, and it was from this international family base that Nigel got his serious and obsessive interest in international human and how such affairs interface with science, religion, and philosophy. He lives with his wife and family on his estate in middle England. He has a passionate interest in projects on behalf of the deprived and disadvantaged of developing nations. He is at present working with his family and a team of European friends and volunteers on a medical and agro-development project done on behalf of the rural poor in a country in the Far East. This takes up much of his spare time.
Nigel Kerner has a graduate education in biomedical science and in human behavioral psychology, and since he was young, Nigel has wanted to expose the hypocrisy of scientific, religious, and social thinking. His continued fascination with enigmatic UFO phenomenon resulted in his first book: The Song of the Greys published by Hodder & Stoughton (1997). The latter book is noted world-wide for its radical view on the phenomenon. His second and most recent book, Grey Aliens and the Harvesting of Souls has been published by Inner Traditions/Bear & Company, and it is the second in a trilogy about the UFO phenomenon and its social repercussions on humanity. Tonight, he joins us to discuss his work, writing, and UFO phenomenon.
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Micheal Rivers – Sunday Night 6 PM ET
Micheal served as a United States Marine during Vietnam. A native North Carolinian, he furthered his education in Chicago, Illinois, and colleges in North Carolina. While living in Chicago, he served the community as an Emergency Medical Technician. Micheal has over thirty years of investigating and collecting stories of the paranormal, and was the recipient of an Editor’ s Choice award for some of his previous writings. His first release was the fiction novel Voyage of the Black Witch. His newest release is Ghost of the North Carolina Shores published by Schiffer Publishing Ltd. Micheal currently resides in Whittier, North Carolina, and is the lead investigator for the Smoky Mountain Ghost Trackers of Western North Carolina. They continue to investigate areas reported to have paranormal activity and report their findings for evidence of spiritual activity. His Facebook page for Smoky Mountain Ghost Trackers is at Smokey Mtn Ghost Trackers. Michael can be contacted via his website. Tonight he joins us to talk about his book: Ghost of the North Carolina Shores.
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