Episode six of The Kiwi Psychic & the Midwest Ghost is out and this time me and Debbie talk about Astral Travel.
There is also the usual questions and dream interpretation segments as well as discussion on a few recent posts here at NFSW.
Additionally, there is a competition for a free psychic reading by Debbie.
All you have to do is listen to the podcast and tell us the other two terms used in the show to describe astral travel and email the answer to firstname.lastname@example.org
Episode Five of The Kiwi Psychic and the Midwest Ghost, which mostly centers around the ghostly visitor that invaded the show during the end of recording episode four.
So was Donald a real ghost or just our imaginations playing tricks? Debbie reveals some interesting information on ‘Donald’ from a fan and also the strange audio phenomena that took place during episode four is discussed with audio samples.
The fourth episode of The Kiwi Psychic and The Midwest Ghost in which we not only discuss a big name psychic that has fallen from grace in the media recently but also have our own apparent ghostly visitor while recording the show when ‘Donald’ drops by…
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Episode three is up and this time me and co-host Debbie Black discuss different types of spirits, go over some of the more popular ghost related posts here at NFSW.com and as always answer some listener questions about dreams and the paranormal.
Also if you have an idea for the show, think your a potential guest, have a question to ask or dream to be interpreted or just plain want to chat, you can reach me or Debbie at the public emails below:
Episode two of The Kiwi Psychic and the Midwest Ghost is out (and has been out, I am slightly behind), and this time we had a great conversation with Patrick Keller of the blog The Big Seance and an investigator with The Missouri Spirit Seekers.
We talked about EVP work, investigations, the Adopt-A-Grave movement and a number of other subjects.
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This post is part of The Kiwi Psychic and Midwest Ghost Podcast features.
Each week, the podcast will feature three to five weird and exciting news items from across the world. This series of posts area supplement to the content featured on the podcast.
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Certainly one of the biggest ‘signs’ of a ghost or haunting are strange noises in the middle of the night. Hearing bumps and knocks during usual sleeping hours is classic paranormal fare, and it is one of those factors that can really divide opinion about the existence of ghosts.
Mostly because so many other things can cause creepy noises that make the mind jump over any rational thoughts and believe their home is haunted.
We have told this tale in this space before, but now another case out of the Middle East, where two teenage lovers were mistaken for a pair of unruly spirits.
Over the years, the story of what happened to the Lutz family over twenty-eight days in 1975/1976 has taken on a life all its own.
Countless films, books, websites and television programs have been devoted to either getting to the bottom of the haunting and the infamous DeFeo murders that preceded it, or using inspiration from the case to inspire fiction.
Numerous debates and conspiracy theories have surfaced about the case on everything from how all six murder victims were found shot, most of them face down in their beds, to the credibility of the infamous Amityville ‘ghost boy’ photo.
The WordPress.com stats helper prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
19,000 people fit into the new Barclays Center to see Jay-Z perform. This blog was viewed about 76,000 times in 2012. If it were a concert at the Barclays Center, it would take about 4 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.