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In our Friday evening program ‘A World of Strange Happenings,’  'Tabloid Man' author and former National Enquirer chief reporter of the paranormal, Paul Bannister will explore stories the politicized, niche-conscious mainstream media ignore, spurn or suppress.

 

Bannister and expert guests have already discussed the Saharan Dogon tribe’s mysterious knowledge of the star system of Siirius centuries before science 'discovered' it, and why new knowledge of extraterrestrial contacts that gave the Dogon their secrets is being suppressed by high level government officials in the US and overseas.

 

The show’s insiders have spilled secrets about the telephone hacking scandal that is turning Hollywood upside down, and is taking us into a huge shakeup of our media industry that will affect us all.

 

In coming weeks, Bannister, an investigative reporter, will continue to lift the lid on media tactics and foul play, talk about conspiracy theories, the secret voyages of Vikings, Chinese and Sir Francis Drake to explore North America, what the national press really knows about Obama’s birth certificate and Oprah's death plans, and how you may be related to Ghenghis Khan. 

 

He will reveal stunning new evidence of reincarnation in 21st century America and 12th century France, host a fascinating show about superstitions, their ancient roots and modern force, and explore nature’s lines of power and the geometric networks of sacred sites on them and how they shaped mankind, as well as delving into other secrets of the world's strangest happenings.

 

What:  ‘A World of Strange Happenings’

Where:  www.LiveParanormal.com

When:  Every other Friday, 9pm Eastern

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