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  • 00:06

    Bob Lazar

    in Paranormal

    Bob Lazar

  • 00:38

    Bigfoot Sounds of the Pacific Northwest

    in Podcasting

    Join me tonight as I interview David Ellis, of the Olympic Project.  David will introduce audio heard for the first time.  This is a compelling episode.  Do not miss it...
    Best, Dave

  • 00:23

    The Pond Hunter Radio Broadcast Ep.54 - How To Winterize Aquatic Pond Plants

    in Hobbies

    How to winterize aquatic pond plants is a common issue that many pond keepers and water gardeners deal with on an annual basis. The process can be alot easier than what pond keepers may be being told, and will not require getting into your pond late in the season or retrieving your submerged plants out from your pond in early Spring. Your host, Mike Gannon, gives some great and easy to follow advice on how to winterize your aquatic plants without drowning them in the episode 54 of The Pond Hunter Radio Broadcast. Enjoy.
    You can find more Pond Hunter on other platforms:
    Check out the LOVEYOURPOND Blog for more great pond information. www.loveyourpond.com/blog
    All content from this broadcast belongs solely to Mike Gannon.

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    Episode 41 (Police Station)

    in Travel

    Robert is getting closer and closer to Florida. On this episode of Across America, Robert discusses his short trek through Kentucky, Tennessee, and Mississippi. He doesn't spend long in any of the states, but still gets to experience his fair share of southern charm... and storms.
    If you'd like to help us out, you can visit Patreon.com/7lamb to donate.

  • 02:30

    Paratalkradio Guest Author Nick Redfern

    in Paranormal

    Nick Redfern Joins us, We talk about Cryptos and monsters

  • 01:23

    Mysterious Killafornia - The Disappearance of Bryce Laspisa

    in Personal Journals

    On August 30, 2013, 19-year-old Bryce David Laspisa from Castiac California, went missing near Castiac Lake. After Bryce spent the summer with his parents, he appeared to be eager to start his sophmore year at Sierra College. Bryce’s friends however reported that he was drinking heavily and using prescription drugs during his first two weeks back on campus. He had also abruptly ended the relationship with his girlfriend and was under the influence the night he left campus. Also troubling was that Bryce had reportedly gaven away some of his possessions, including diamond earrings from his mother, before going on the road. The drive to his parent’s house should have only taken Bryce a few hours, however he was on the road for over 20 hours. During this timeframe, Bryce had his car serviced, he talked to his parents on several occasions and was even questioned by police. Everyone that spoke with Bryce, in-person and on the phone, insists that he was lucid during this strange timeframe. Police found it strange that Bryce was reluctant to call his parents on the phone and Bryce even told his mother not to come pick him up. Bryce mentioned to his parents he had something important that he wanted to discuss with them, however refused to give more information. What is it that Bryce wanted to talk his parents about and why was he reluctant to get home? These questions are central to the investigation for the police and also for the private investigator who have been working with Bryce’s parents. Bryce’s 2003 beige Toyota Highlander was found overturned. His laptop and wallet were still inside the vehicle. The back window of the vehicle had been removed and Bryce’s blood was located on the seats. Police question if Bryce drove off the round intentionally, heading down a steep and rocky terrain towards the nearby Castiac Lake. So what happened to Bryce??

  • 00:31

    Haunted Artifacts

    in Paranormal

    By listener request!! Tonight we will discuss haunted items and relics. Suddenly that great find at an appetite antique store might not seem as appealing! Join us as we discuss the theories behind spirit attachment to every day things.

  • 00:47

    Episode 38: mobile, esports' most underrated category w/ Jeff Chau of GameGether

    in Video Games

    This week, Maurice is joined Jeff Chau, Founder and CEO of GameGether and former Head of Mobile for Immortals, to talk about the launch of the Clash Royale League, esports being part of the Asia Games (where Jeff is on-air talent) and much more! 
    They also go over Jeff's newest venture, GameGether, and what is necessary for mobile esports to grow in the US!
    Be sure to follow Jeff on Twitter @SJeneris and check out his company's website here! 
    The Facts
    Esports B.O.O.M. is produced by Maurice Eisenmann. You can get in touch with him on Twitter @MREisenmann . The music used is Quixotic by Jukedeck.

  • 00:30

    Who shot JFK? (Part 1)

    in Paranormal

    Colin McClaren is a detective from Australia who visited DFW on the 50th Anniversary of the JFK Assassination. What did he uncover? Why was the AR15 ordered to be destroyed the following day? Why were so many witness accounts not taken before the Warren Commission? So much evidence was there on the day of the assassination, but only a detective would know what to do with that evidence. 
    Meet, Colin McClaren, the detective who took down the major mobs in Australia and came to America only to solve one of the most unanswered crimes ever. Join EW as he talks with Colin, together they present evidence and pieces of the puzzle. When you get that answer of "WHO SHOT JFK" your breath will be stolen forever. 

  • 01:18


    in Paranormal

    SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — When Shepherdstown Police Chief Sgt. Mike King was receiving phone calls from area residents that bordered on the unexplained, there was only one question to ask: Who you gonna call? King called the TV channel Destination America. Charlotte Fletcher, publicist for Destination America, said King had “seen an uptick in calls” for which he sent officers to scenes but no one was in danger, and there were no signs of trespassing or forced break-in, but “something still seemed amiss.”

  • 02:06

    MN.B.R.T. Radio with Kyle Gibson & Montra Freitas

    in Fun

    Join Elusive1 & Henry May as they welcome Kyle Gibson & Montra Freitas to the show. Kyle Gibson is a long-time hunter, tracker, avid fisherman and bigfoot researcher from Washington state who has had several close-up encounters, beginning at the young age of eleven. He has been on many radio shows, and also conducted group investigations into rugged areas to give others an opportunity for an encounter. Over the years he has had extensive interactions with sasquatch; even developing a “give and take” relationship in two particularly remote and active areas that he continues to frequent today. With many friends in the Native American community, he is privy to encounters and information that assist him in his ongoing quest. For over the last 20 years, Kyle has spent most of of his free time in the field. The experiences he has had are what most investigators can only dream of, however at times these encounters have taken a very dark turn. On occasion, his devotion and thirst for knowledge push him to the edge of safety, considering we do not fully know the intent of these creatures. That’s where Montra comes in... No stranger to the sasquatch phenomena, Montra Freitas had an encounter with an unknown creature that forever changed her when she was 12/13 years old. Years later in the late 1990s, she partnered with best friend Kathy Strain (noted author, Archeologist, and founder of the AIBR (Alliance of Independent Bigfoot Researchers)) to conduct extensive bigfoot field investigations in Northern California and the Pacific Northwest. In 2003 & 2007, Montra and Kathy together created and hosted two field research training camps called “Operation Odyssey” & “Operation Odyssey II”. Montra is also a former curator and expedition leader with the BFRO. She and her brother Kevin Withers were the two initial investigators that brought the highly publicized Marble Mountains case to the public.

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