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Pre-Halloween Special Show!
Join Anthony and Luci as they discuss the infamous Dibbuk Box with the author and current owner of the box - Jason Haxton. Have you watched the movie The Possession? Well, Jason's book was based on the true accounts featured in the movie. Learn about this mysterious and evil box if you dare.
Join PRS Radio Producer Alex Matsuo as she talks to former Dibbuk Box owner, Kevin Mannis, and current Dibbuk Box owner Jason Haxton . Listen in as Alex picks their brains about their experiences with the Dibbuk box, and how it changed his life forever. They will also discuss the journey of the box and how the story was finally told on the big screen.
With the recent release of Sam Raimi's The Possession, starring Kyra Sedgwick and Jeffrey Dean Morgan, the spotlight is shining on an antique Jewish wine box that is now famously known as the Dibbuk Box (or Dybbuk Box). What is this mysterious box and is it really cursed? Does it truly bring misfortune and thus, cursing its current owner?
ORIGINAL EBAY AUCTION LISTING: http://web.archive.org/web/20051105000557/www.andrew.cmu.edu/user/rubyc/eBay_dibbuk.htm
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Friday, July 25th
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Is there a connection between religion and the paranormal? What do we need to know and what should we believe?
Join Anthony and Luci as they discuss the connection between religion and paranormal topics with the talented Mr. Noah Tysick. Noah Tysick is a professor, author, master fine art photographer, and a former guest blogger/translator for The Dalai Lama Center for Peace and Education. In addition to his academic training, he studied Spiritualism at Milwaukee’s historic Morris Pratt Institute and Kadampa Buddhism under the Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso in Chicago
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North London Paranormal Investigation Radio USA with Kurt and Moe are going to attack the idea that inanimate objects can be haunted!! We are going to study several cases of both attachment and curse and give you our findings. Your job is to call in with your take on the topic. Here are a few of the following cases we are going to bring to light Annabelle the doll, The Haunted Wedding dress,Haunted mirror at the Myrtles Plantation,The "Ebay Haunted Painting":,The Dibbuk Box,curse of the Lemb Statue,The "Angusihed Man", Plus a few others. Remember we want you to call in and tell us your take on the attachment and haunting.
AMH talks with Paranormal Witness Producer Mark Lewis, who oversees the production "the scariest show on TV," which returns for its second season to Syfy on August 8.
Lewis joined London-based Raw TV three years ago to direct two action drama-documentaries, "The Real Goodfellas" (the season premiere of Raw TV’s award-winning Locked Up Abroad), and Somali Pirate Attack for Discovery.
He has worked in the TV industry for over 20 years and is writer and director of factual dramas and documentaries for the BBC, Channel 4, Five, ABC Australia, Network Nine Australia, PBS, the History Channel, Discovery, National Geographic, as well as Syfy.
Mark's films have won an Emmy, the New York Television Festival, and the American Film and TV Awards.
Also joining us is Paranormal Witness episode star "witness" Jason Haxton, owner of the famed Dibbuk Box and Director of the Museum of Osteopathic Medicine in Kirksville, MO.
Haxton has studied American antiques and ancient artifacts for 26 years; collects and researches Mayan pottery; is a lecturer on art history, paranormal and ancient art; works with the Smithsonian Institute Museums; has received federal grants for curriculum development for schools across the nation; and was the keynote speaker for a recent Edgar Cayce Conference - whew!
A series of eerie events slowly unfolds when a wine cabinet sells at an estate sale in Oregon. It is soon sold and resold on eBay's Internet auction, and each new owner becomes desperate to get rid of the box along with the health problems, accidents, or death they claim came with it. Jason Haxton, the curator of a medical museum in a small Missouri town, learns of the mysterious cabinet and is intrigued by it as an artifact to be studied and researched. He places a bid on eBay and soon finds himself the proud owner of the Dibbuk Box. But as he carefully investigates and records everything he can about this unusual item said to be possessed by a Jewish spirit, Haxton discovers far more than he bargained for. In this true account, a dark story comes to light--a story that began at the time of the Holocaust and seems to have come full circle.