WEIRD TALES RADIO SHOW
In this week’s Weird Tales Radio Show #174 we have a smorgasbord of weirdness including a new book on the legend of Black Shuck, a ghoulish guide to English gibbet sites, a possible connection between dreams and aliens, the mystery here today gone, tomorrow island, the Devil’s Tramping Ground, and dragons – yes dragons!
In this week’s Weird Tales Radio Show #173 our guest is Doctor Paul H. Smith, an expert on remote viewing and a former member of the US Army’s Project Stargate attempt to create psychic spies and wage paranormal warfare. Yes, we're in the men who stare at goats zone - but without George Clooney.
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In this week’s Weird Tales Radio Show #172 our guest is Norfolk (UK) witch Valerie Thomas talking about the “Nameless Tradition”, magic, and her latest book “Of Chalk & Flint”. We also have tales of the phantom keyboard of Old Norwich town, the Great Gorbals vampire hunt, and a surprisingly recent fatal encounter with a dinosaur.
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In this week's Weird Tales Radio Show #171 it's more high strangeness as our guest Joe Montaldo talks about the Pentagon UFO Report, encounters with flying saucers, and military secrets. The truth may be out there but the government sure isn't going to tell us.
In this week’s Weird Tales Radio Show #170 our guest is American writer Mark O’Connell, author of the legendary Star Trek Deep Space Nine episode “Who Mourns for Morn”, talking about screenwriting for television as well as his non-fiction work, including his biography of Dr J. Allen Hynek, the “Close Encounters Man” who through his 20-year career on the US Air Force Project Blue Book, helped turn UFOs from fringe to mainstream.
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