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"brian clune" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

12:15 min | 1 year ago

"brian clune" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Always beyond reality welcome to the program it's beyond reality radio I'm your host JV Johnson thank you for being here tonight great show under way talking with doctor Ming chi about her book angels of rainbow bridge life after transition will continue that conversation in just a moment taking a quick look at edit the rest of the week what we've got coming up on the program tomorrow night Frank then it will be with us he is an author and a Bible teacher will be talking about his book called encounter with the Aberdeen wild man and also talk about his biblical perspective on paranormal topics and then Wednesday night's program Gordon Kroll Smith author of meta real books will be with us to talk about his new book revelation Antarctica and then Thursday Brian Clune Bob Davis authors of a new book called ghosts and legends of Alcatraz we'll also talk about Frank assumptions ghost boxes if you're a paranormal investigator you probably know what ghost boxes are if you haven't heard of that all the more reason to listen and figure out what we're talking about that will of course be Thursday night's program again tonight we're talking about pets we're talking about loving them while they're here and maintaining that relationship when we lose them although we don't really lose them according to our guest doctor mean she again the book is called angels of rainbow bridge life after transition and the website is rate key for F. you are for babies dot com and to me when did Rickie enter into this equation for you tell us how that started. great can men wear and sunny like I said my brother is a physician and I'm a pharmacist so we're both very very left brain well he came and started learning something about energy healing and he came over one day we had were having dinner and he starts telling me about this raking thing and I never heard of it and he's just telling me how there's other modalities alternative healing. very very interested and teach my curiosity and I couldn't stop thinking about it so initial active again about and he says well you can learn and he said I would recommend you know my breaking master Teo which is what he did so then my best friend and I we we learned it and what was very fascinating is that my at that time I had a yellow lab means that maybe that by the time she was three she was diagnosed with hip dysplasia and she my husband had to carry her up the stairs she she couldn't jump you know up anymore and she knew she was young right three so I I started doing the right he shot her and the way he carried her and she literally was able to jump into my friends hi Dan I mean it was incredible the the it was literally Americal and she said he said to me you know if you you can do this for me what I should do this for other dogs and that's how we keep her baby starting now is we thought okay why not why don't we just start doing it for other jobs. and as we've been in business for ten years we've got clients all over the world at if you click on the blog part you'll see hundreds of testimonials all the testimony of the written out in blog format so you can read you know what the animal says and how the break he helped them so I. my my understanding of Ricky is somewhat limited but I have seen people having rake he performed on them if that's the right way to describe it yeah and they lie on a table generally I think even face down and make your way next but not centrists in both ways but they're still they're kind of in a meditative state in many cases there's music they've got headphones on music so how do we how do you take that experience and and apply it to a dog per se they're much less likely to be that relaxed. right so grateful can be done this call distance healing. and so when you when you get your raking one you're at last called hands on so you'd be on the table you know somebody is holding their you know hand they don't even have to touch you they put their hands over you know different parts of your body and you know sure you with the breaking now when you learn reiki two or become a reiki master that's when you actually can send that raking distant right distance and the color remote healing so it's kind of like you get into a meditative state and you you said that you set the intention for that rate he to go to so a person or animal so all we need is a picture so what we get is a picture of your your dog and we get the name and we will send reiki healing to to that topic and we've done it that's the fun thing is that we've done thousands of times and we get that's why it's what it's amazing to hear the testimonial from the other people now what I need we first started doing it we're like literally no. it worked on my dog. and but what it was just I don't know we tap into something and at that time Ricky was very new and so living in California you would have thought we would go had all our clients know you know where that our clients came from these little towns like past Texas town when in Illinois in the world I don't they found us on Twitter and all of a sudden we you know we just started getting more popular and then it was funny like later on like many seem three four years California starts coming around and we're and Lisa okay now you guys now you guys lamb what a funny we experienced that but if it is amazing because I I've literally witnessed miracle after miracle after miracle because Ricky energy healing what it does is it just balance of the body so it doesn't really matter what disease were treating we can be treat diabetes or cancer ammonia seizures you know also we can do you know the big panel that our views within the mental healing and so we've worked we've learned a lot in that area by the animals to because. the animals of hottest that they're not again like if that they're not attached to their diseases a lot of times people will bring us an abused animal and say you know could you could you see how they're doing it at every single every single one always says I'm in the present I'm here on now I'm so grateful that I'm with my forever family are with the family now it's taking care of me and they never want to talk about what happened to them number we're taking your phone calls as well here at eight four four six eight seven seven six six nine let's go to our listener line this is Greg in Colorado he Greg welcome to the program. Hey thanks for having me again I appreciate it thanks for calling what's on your mind. I have have three pets in my life and I was wondering Dr Ming chi would possibly see if they could talked to me about them I would say I would suggest that were were not doing readings per se here but I bet you doctor chi could offer some guidance on how you could talk to them. wonderful that sounds wonderful. yes I mean definitely you can nine you can send me an email main at Ricky for babies dot com be happy to answer anybody question bash actually love questions so feel free to email me at be happy to answer anything show me how it vies Greg here he has had three pets that he's lost and he wants to communicate with them what's the best way for him to try that in his own you know in his own home in his own time. here I. that's saying is actually just ask so whichever one you know he he would like to hear or maybe ask all three of them and just say Hey I would love the sign is just just show me your fine right that you guys are connected to me I will I want to believe that I want to I want to see something and just ask because like I said. total strangers have written me saying that they read the book and and then after they read it or whatever they dream that their their doctors come to this with them. and you know I really believe with the other has a hand in that you know my corgi and she's she's not going out there around and everything. and bring in bringing and then then and how long ago did you lose your pets I love stuff there Kitty about six years ago. and I haven't had any signs or any any sense that you may have she's been trying to contact you at all. not not you haven't not insignificant where that I'm like oh that was their Kitty or buttons are or Charlie I. you know do you feel like you're you're open to it because that I think the first step in many cases has to be a willingness to see it or hear it or feel it. almost definitely I'm going to ask to we you know Serra Katie what you show me a sign you go at the head man. yeah no I think that's perfect I think it's really just asking I think a lot of times from what I hear from the animals and stuff they always say to the person I've never left you I'm still here and for whatever reason weren't we just many are missing a sign or it may be that we have they have to like ask for a handout a Billboard Billboard sign you know and just a really really make it I mean for example that my examples that I've given these are pretty big examples right it's not like a little I have you know when somebody says okay if I see a dime and I know that you know my life however right but you know for me personally these these examples are like okay these are big so maybe or something that that big or lot of times I've had my for babies show up to my friends like my yellow lab when she first transition she showed up to one of my friends who was getting her cancer treated at the Mayo Clinic and she said every time she would drive to the Mayo Clinic why allow that show up in our car I was like what. and she said every single time and then I had another person tell me that she was hiking in the mountains and she was really missing her dog and she saw a yellow lab. so I I just got the my animals and I feel like they're so they're so loving and caring and healing they all show up to people that I know or even as the people that I don't know you know people write me and say my gosh it's always corgi so I think just keep asking and then just keep working and then just relax about it and just maybe maybe you know buttons will show up and just surprise you and remember they retain their personalities so if buttons was kind of a however their personality was the it'll translate into the other sites use although you'll know which one it is like for example when Mochis to show up to me she would show me a litter box she would say I'm not your dog on your cat and that with this funny every time I would see a litter box of like okay okay that that's that's a cache look at that now she shows up but I see your face of like okay you don't have to show me where box I know who you are now Greg Jackson thank you yeah thanks for the phone call Greg and hopefully you'll have some success with that you know the other thing is that sometimes this this takes a while I know in this is not a pet related story but my father passed away now five years ago and I didn't dream or feel like I had any sign from him up until like the last few months it's all started and started pretty significantly just the last few months and this is five years later let's grab one more quick phone call before we have to go to break this is Christian New Orleans Hey Chris welcome to the program. I get it any audio that terrific thank you you have a question. yeah I do about grieving for the loss of your pet but.

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"brian clune" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"brian clune" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"The scientific method. six. creature that's been seen by many. you. this creature. flying over there. what. my experience. Hey how you want. sometimes it's the normal sometimes it's the abnormal and sometimes it's a paranormal but it's always be on reality welcome to the program everyone starting off another week here on beyond reality radio. interesting show lined up for us tonight we're talking about pets and this this topic always elicits quite a response from the audience and I'm sure tonight will be no different we have a long standing tradition. but finding love comforting companionship in our pet friends usually cats dogs sometimes so other things soon minimum people really love their pet fish but what happens when they pass what happens when the. die in our guesstimate doctor Ming chi will talk about that very topic she's an author she's got a book out called angels of rainbow bridge life after transition and we're gonna have this conversation and she's going to tell us how we can find comfort in knowing. what is happening on the other side for our pets and we'll take your phone calls of course in the second part of the program at eight four four six eight seven seven six six nine love to hear your questions and comments for doctor Ming chi as weak as we get that conversation going looking ahead just so we know what we have coming up on the show a lot of great stuff tomorrow night Frank Bennett will be here he's an author and a Bible teacher and I'll talk about his book encounter with the Aberdeen wild man. also talk about his biblical perspective on the paranormal and then Wednesday night Gordon keer curls Smith will be here I think cords repeat guest yeah author of meta real books and Gordon will be telling us about his new book called revelation Antarctica and the role played by channeling and then Thursday night Brian Clune Bob Davis will be here to discuss in their new book ghosts and legends of Alcatraz also talking about would be talking about Frank some chins ghost boxes if you're a paranormal investigator someone's done some go sending you know what we're talking about when we say ghost boxes but if you're not you'll learn and it'll be an interesting conversations a lot of great stuff coming up so we'll go to break when we come back we'll have our guest with us doctor Ming chi we're talking about pets and the after life it's beyond reality rate. planned capture CO two. what if we can help industrial plants capture. think how we can help lower emissions. more and more scientists think carbon capture is key to reducing CO two emissions globally. it's one way Exxon Mobil is helping industrial plants be more like plants. that's the unexpected energy.

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"brian clune" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"brian clune" Discussed on WWL

"It from our Jefferson financial federal credit union studios on W. W. well one oh five point three FM eight seventy eighty M. and W. W. L. dot com. we'll talk about that very topic she's an author she's got a book out called angels of rainbow bridge life after transition and we're gonna have this conversation and she's going to tell us how we can find comfort in knowing. what is happening on the other side for pets and we'll take your phone calls of course in the second part of the program at eight four four six eight seven seven six six nine love to hear your questions and comments for doctor Ming chi as weak as we get that conversation going looking ahead just so we know what we have coming up on the show a lot of great stuff tomorrow night Frank Bennett will be here he's an author and a Bible teacher and I'll talk about his book encounter with the Aberdeen wild man. they also talk about his biblical perspective on the paranormal and then Wednesday night Gordon keer curls Smith will be here I think cords repeat guest yeah author of meta real books and Gordon will be telling us about his new book called revelation Antarctica and the role played by channeling and then Thursday night Brian Clune Bob Davis will be here to discuss in their new book ghosts and legends of Alcatraz also talking about would be talking about Frank's options ghost boxes if you're a paranormal investigator someone that's done some go sending you know what we're talking about when we say ghost boxes but if you're not you'll learn and it'll be an interesting conversations a lot of great stuff coming up so we'll go to break when we come back we'll have our guest with us doctor Ming chi we're talking about pets and the after life it's beyond reality race. planned capture CO two. what if we could help industrial plants capture a to think how we can help lower emissions..

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"brian clune" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"brian clune" Discussed on KNSS

"It's the normal sometimes it's the abnormal and sometimes it's a paranormal but it's always be on reality welcome to the program everyone starting off another week here on beyond reality radio. interesting show lined up for us tonight we're talking about pets and this this topic always elicits quite a response from the audience and I'm sure tonight will be no different we are I'm have a long standing tradition. finding love comforting companionship in our pet friends usually cats dogs sometimes so other things soon minimum people really love their pet fish but what happens when they pass what happens when they. die in our guesstimate doctor mean she will talk about that very topic she's an author she's got a book out called angels of rainbow bridge life after transition and we're gonna have this conversation and she's going to tell us how we can find comfort in knowing. what is happening on the other side for pets and we'll take your phone calls of course in the second part of the program at eight four four six eight seven seven six six nine love to hear your questions and comments for doctor Ming chi as weak as we get that conversation going looking ahead just so we know what we have coming up on the show a lot of great stuff tomorrow night Frank Bennett will be here he's an author and a Bible teacher and I'll talk about his book encounter with the Aberdeen wild man. they also talk about his biblical perspective on the paranormal and then Wednesday night Gordon keer curls Smith will be here I think cords repeat guest yeah author of meta real books and Gordon will be telling us about his new book called revelation Antarctica and the role played by channeling and then Thursday night Brian Clune Bob Davis will be here to discuss in their new book ghosts and legends of Alcatraz also talking about would be talking about Frank's options ghost boxes if you're a paranormal investigator someone that's done some ghost hunting you know what we're talking about when we say ghost boxes but if you're not you'll learn and it'll be an interesting conversations a lot of great stuff coming up so we'll go to break when we come back we'll have our guest with us doctor Ming chi we're talking about pets and the after life it's beyond reality rate..

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"brian clune" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

14:27 min | 1 year ago

"brian clune" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Radio I NGV Johnson were talking tonight Brian Clune Bob Davis they're both offer authors of a couple of books we're gonna be talking about ghosts and legends of Alcatraz is one of them thinking outside the box Franks option is another. several website guys which one of you wants to tell me what the web addresses are for people. well we have the. radio site that planet paranormal dot com and we're getting ready to start redoing that entire site and get it back up going really good and our main investigation side with the planet parent destinations dot com sorry about that. investigation com yeah you do get a lot of our evidence on there as well and then there's a third site we have four just Queen Mary evidence there is from a long term research project that we've been doing over the years was the yell the permission of the ship and it is clean merry shallows dot com so you can see a lot of cool stuff on there there's a lot of good stuff as well Brian right yeah Brian it's it's one thing to develop of an interest in the paranormal itself when I'm sick I'm pretty clear and how Bob found his interest in Alcatraz how did you find your interest Alcatraz discovered as a place not just of mystery but of paranormal activity. well my son and I had always wanted to go to Alcatraz and even though we wanted to go and do some go setting up there we kinda realized we never would. and then some friends of ours some friends of planet paranormal had won the lottery. and they invited us along to spend the night on Alcatraz. and what once we went. the amount of activity the first night that we spent there was just literally off the hook we could not believe the amount of ghost activity that that we gathered while we were there I mean it was literally incredible including good luck. no I using a lot of audible activities specialists. right. one of that one of the things that happened that we do mention of the book is it was just the four of us myself ash and laurel Blackwell and we were in the medical isolation ward and we had been doing in the V. P. session and one of the world's I was actually the only room that was accessible the others what kind of being used as storage. and. we weren't really getting a sense that there was anything there for us to to actually pick up on. but when we when we walked out of the room I had to set my gear down on a little bench was outside to change the batteries as we were changing batteries we heard some commotion back in the world we go back in there and all of the chairs had been moved. and there was there's no closets there was no place for anybody to hide so we were kind of like okay this is different. we sat down did another session trying to get somebody to you know let us know that they were there and again really nothing happened as we were walking out again we heard commotion back in the Rome we go back and now the chairs are back where they had originally started. we sit down again. and. one of the questions that was that we had said was if you don't want us here just tell us to get out and walk away. well when that happened ash's chair slides back about four feet you get slammed into the wall he falls over and you hear an audible gasp out. so that kind of was like okay I don't think they want as you're an **** was not a small gentleman he was problem free did you say a little over three hundred pounds first of all just a kind of distorted when you said it but I think you said get out is what you heard correct how did you hear that it in real time it was audible at the time. so was it wasn't we also have it on there wasn't an E. V. B. E. V. P. that you heard later you heard it when it happened. well we heard it when it happened okay well that's a little disturbing. yeah well what the national flying backwards and handle folding chair and or walk that really that really surprised everybody that's something like I've never seen before or again. yeah it was it was it was definitely one for the record books and this was all all occurred in the course of one night of sleeping there. correct well actually we we didn't sleep I think we will on our second or third investigation for that trap and I believe we were up for a little over forty two hours are your work it was Alcatraz we're not gonna sleep one run out yeah nope not gonna happen. so. these are these overnight of available to anyone or did you have to get some kind of special permission for this well but where Alcatraz words and I believe they still do it however they have changed to where you have to be a a registered five oh one C. three charitable organization. but at that time you didn't have to and what they would do is they would have a lottery system you would enter the lottery in November they would draw a series of names in December and then at the end of December they would tell you what weekend that you were you were going to be there and they were it was non negotiable in ways that we can you are gone. you could bring if I remember correctly for thirty two people with you I believe back back then this was like old nine oh eight oh nine I believe it was like fifteen hundred dollars and then you go to the island you do a little bit of community service and then they were just sort of turn yellows I mean if it was there was great we did it two years in a row what an experience let's let's talk a little bit about the history of Alcatraz. begin with now is the name Alcatraz the name of the island or the facility that's on the island or both I know it's obviously not on the prison but. well it was originally named Alcatraz by a Spanish sailor and it means I went to the pelicans. and. it. the name just sort of stuck the alone a Indians they I'm I'm not really sure what they called and they just sort of adapted are adopted the name Alcatraz but later on but they actually use the island as a place of exile leave that there were they were evil spirits they want they would banish people there is that what you mean. they if if somebody in the the family unit or the tribe would do something against their their laws to the point where they were no longer allowed to be part of they tried they would actually send them the Alcatraz as as exile and there they they believe that the evil spirits were. probably get them so they the the they'll only actually shunned Alcatraz even though they would go out there for fishing and things like that so it's it has a history of being a a penal of the site. prior to the prison being built there. exactly it it pretty much has always been you yeah and in some form or another as a penal colony. interesting I'm and the native Americans at the time felt that there was something the spiritual about it in in in in an evil spirit sense. your war over over the years and you know we're we're talk and you know a thousand years or more the the lonely believe that there were evil spirits that resided on the island there were the belief of the book was which is. sure that would. it was a drowning victim who had turned into the evil being. and the book was itself would try to turn other people into focus and if not the book we should actually just try and drown the person and have them just sort of tag along as a war sort of in for all the the market cog me which is basically the alone a big foot it has been associated with the island not necessarily in a an evil way as far as the alone they're concerned but almost as a guardian spirit for them how long how large is the island of Alcatraz. you know as a rule I don't know the exact number my I apologize for that it's really not very. very large some summer summer my mind yes somewhere in my mind I think it's like twelve acres or something along those something like that right yeah so it's not a particularly large island and when the when the Europeans settled the west coast and it started to be used for their purposes how what did it start out as a prudent prison what was its original use. well actually the the standards kind of ignored it they. they were so busy trying to call in is northern California that they sort of overlooked that minuscule little island. and because the. native population. did not really want to be converted to Christianity a lot of the natives even though they were terrified of Alcatraz itself they knew that the Spaniards were also afraid of it because of the evil spirits of the Spaniards believed were on the island of the alone aid the Chumash they would actually go out to Alcatraz and hide out from the Spanish. so the the Spanish never really used it as as a penal colony but the. during their period the Chumash and be alone actually use it as a a place to hide out okay so is usually just a bit of a refuge by the native Americans but at some point the European settlers whether they were and at that point considered Americans I don't know you know what the time line is here but at some point it was put into use by for an official capacity when did that start and what was it four was originally a prison I think there was a military use at one point wasn't there are correct the the the time line basically goes the what ever after the United States took over California from the Mexican government that's when Alcatraz really kind of came into its own the United States saying it as a a Lynch pin for the protection of the San Francisco Bay actually turned it into a military complex and they would hit they had guns on Alcatraz in and guns on either side of the base of the has or this three prong attack if anybody tried to sail in the harbor. now during the civil war they. the the union started bring and Confederate prisoners over Alcatraz and they that's kind of when the whole. prison started now they've the the United States did use it as a place to put soldiers who'd gone a wall and undesirables as they called them but. back then it wasn't just literally just as little that. underneath one of the Sally port and the main sit it out so you know it it really didn't become a prison until about the civil war era. okay so the tour in it toward the end of the nineteenth century is when it was converted art we were to go to break right now when we come back we're going to continue our conversation with Brian Clooney Bob Davis we're talking about Alcatraz its history and its paranormal history and a little later in the program we'll be talking about the ghost box device that was invented by Frank some shin how it's used what it's used for and what kind of success it has in investigating the paranormal to beyond reality radio will be right back..

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"brian clune" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"brian clune" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"And to doing our evidence review Bob controlling a band on that a little bit more. yeah I thought I'd say seven basically it's like you know I mean I haven't written you know I think yeah we definitely made a lot of progress in a boat there's always room for more progress in you know as thank you know do go along and I mean we see a lot of progress since you know like when like ghost hunters of some popular room when it first came out you know and and all those years and you know things just burned you know and so a lot of opportunity yeah the interest to certainly did not only the interest but the the ability to have these conversations in an open forum really blossomed. in the show's started particularly ghost hunters because prior to that it was more of you know blow back room talker kinda whispered to the sign Hey I think I saw a ghost kind of thing and now people are much more able to have these conversations in public and and actually have a discussion about it which makes it makes that progress alone we're gonna take a break when we come back we'll cut will continue our conversation we're talking with Brian Clune and Bob Davis tonight it's beyond reality radio. the cremation society of Minnesota is always. in home wifi that.

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"brian clune" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

11:07 min | 1 year ago

"brian clune" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Of the show tonight we're gonna be talking about a couple of different topics we're gonna be talking about Alcatraz to pretty mystical place mysterious place as well and we're also going to be talking about ghost boxes the invention by Frank some shin and his contribution to the paranormal investigating world both of those topics will be addressed by two guests tonight Brian Clune and Bob Davis guys welcome to be on reality radio it's great to have you here. entertainer on so I'm gonna try to do this in somewhat of an orderly fashion we've got I've got a question for both of you so I don't know if you know if you want to take turns or however it works most conveniently for you but the first thing I want to do is get a sense of how you both got yourselves involved in the paranormal. Bob good. okay well I got into it when I was thirteen years old it's a real easy one so that's kind of why the guys about the ghosts and legends of Alcatraz kind of goes full circle in my life because before that I had no belief in anything you know spiritual of in any times using sorry about that I'm in well under the weather and then when we take a day George Alcatraz I had something happen that I can expand on later if you wish but it was something that I could not in any way shape or form explain to myself understand you know and so from that time on I just spent studying and researching and trying to find ways to figure out what it is and so yeah I'm and it is you know so I I kind of cover the full spectrum of and the field you know from just moved from my personal knowledge but also. also trying to find ways to figure out what that that was what caused last you know and is that really human spirit server doesn't body armor what or whatever yes let so I gather so Bob you saying that that your first paranormal experience of thing that kind of creed the curiosity for you or maybe the search for answers started here was an occurrence as some kind of something happened to you at Alcatraz itself. absolutely yeah it did and it yeah I guess it didn't creep me out if they had scared the heck out of me really yeah it back yet that in those days they have what did you want to expound on now yeah let's talk about that I mean you can't you know we tease to everyone so that's how it started let's get a sense of what happened to you. okay so what happened was I was there with my family my mom my dad my brother and sister in law and myself and we were just taken the day tour and we get down to people are which is the you know about solitary confinement are the. you know it's not all solitary confinement necessarily but it's you know the old you know kinda lockdown cells but at the very end there is the solitary confinement cells where they're just completely in all a big metal box and there's two doors that shot and what sort of doors are shut it's pitch black in there and there's no furniture there's just a hole in the ground in the corner and does your toilet and other than that that was what was in there and that's made from in there you know the worst of the worst and someone would be in there for a month thank you and possibly a in one case somebody who in there over a year I'm not mistaken. and so the park ranger asked if anybody would volunteer to go in and see what that felt like you know from the prisoner to be in there and and I didn't even know Oct drugs especially haunted didn't care about owning your anything so I'm like yeah I'll go and and so he walked me back in there and the second back in the back left corner which is where the toilet actually what it used to be but they call it with concrete thank god and so then he shot the the inner door and the outer door and so by that time is just pitch black understanding back there in the corner up against the wall and Hey yell then you know are you doing okay in there and I'm like yeah I'm fine essentially yelled I'm fine you get in your car here is like a real hard grab on my on my shoulder on my right shoulder and it's the same almost same time. voice in my real gruff voice in my year ago your mind like that and as you said that you could feel the hair on my you're circling and you know so like my laying down and send it right you know like a an actual human head wind and it said that in your own grammar alone in this room. Ali alone totally dark yeah in another is a lot of people outside this all that I yeah so I ran right over the stores are banging scream and I'm not ashamed to admit it yeah. and that let me out let me so when they open the door in our guys like what happened what happened on Monday on nothing it's just like when once I got in there and like it so I didn't talk about Jenny but I saw it like twenty eight years old I finally admitted it to talk to my dad about it is he always there's no such thing is now goes or anything like that either and more my mother but my dad finally had it takes parents later in life and so I opened up sorry about it he's like well that's weird because expense we were talking about at that time actually happened to my father as well and this is a whole different experience much later in life but so I was very very odd so after that I mean I can just you know I I'd always made about you know the powers that be that if you you know show me some sort of evidence that I can't explain and I can't deny you know that it happened and then I will never question you again and I never have and so that's that's what started me on this road you know and then go on sense almost sixty now did you say that your father had a similar experience at Alcatraz not at all okay I was saying yeah okay more experience than I had in a in a different location and it was actually on a boat here and he had an experience when he was on the on the box by itself one I after my mom passed away and then I would say is probably maybe a year later somewhere within that year I was on the boat in the same place line in his his band the state room and had the same experience happen and. you know so when we started you know talking about it we're like wait a minute that's that's like exactly what happened to me that you know are virtually the same and out of so and then we started hearing stories of past owners the skipper and the of the boat he would he would see an aunt have ghostly things happening all the time because he's on there more than we were and so you know went and he was the same way very skeptical you know and. sadly he just passed away two weeks ago so now my heart goes out to him. yeah search for the last one. but I like that you know comes up against the I think the most wanted. yeah okay like one day they don't believe in the next day you know there's a big burly guy and so that's yeah so that so this was a pretty gratifying occasion for you to now be part of a book project about Alcatraz after your original paranormal experience occurred there one that on not just made you Kerr yes but as you described really frighten DO and now you've kind of as you said come full circle and have been part of authoring a book about all of the phenomenon there they must feel pretty good. absolutely and in fact sense than you know Brian and I and the rest of my team at the time we both ended up spending the night on Alcatraz two nights and that was the cell that we got that we take the land yeah yeah and I I didn't have any trouble with with whatever graphic before but but one founders passed on sense as well he he was getting picked on. so we'll just we'll talk about those experiences a little bit later I want to I want to ask Brian basically the same question how do you get your start word the word your interest come from. Martin or near as exciting as barbs but I actually grew up in a haunted house. but it was actually my father who was haunting the house. he passed away when I was. just about three years old and he kind of hung around and waited for my mother in nineteen eighty seven. so over those years and we had a few weird little things that happened I'm not going to go into it and then. after all of the activity stopped I just sort of stopped believing almost. and then when my son turned my oldest son turned eighteen I was looking for something to do with them that you know we could do together and we look at many goes well let's go ghost hunting and I kind of looked at him and went I think I should take you to a shrink. but you know it he he convinced me to give it a try we found planet paranormal and I've been doing you know research ever sense I actually did a little bit of research in in the interim years before I joined the actual team but no where near like we're doing now with planet paranormal so that's basically how I got my start a lot less mild then no basically be and grabbing a cell. yeah not everyone not everyone summer starts with an expert this okay we're gonna say Bob ours is at stake however Brian can tell you later that his first experiences were. it right up there with the one that was my first experience. yeah so even though I didn't start off quite as dramatic you know like instantly it finally got going. we only have but I did we only have about a minute here before we have to go back to the go to a break and we'll come back after that and continue the conversation but just kind of quickly in the years that you've been investigating and researching do you feel that you've made progress in the effort to find some answers or are you still as confused as I am and as we all were the first time we started thinking about this stuff. well I'm a little bit confused with it but we are we've definitely made some progress as far as. our scientific approach to.

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"brian clune" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"brian clune" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"I NGV Johnson we're talking tonight Brian Clune Bob Davis they're both author authors of a couple of books we're gonna be talking about ghosts and legends of Alcatraz is one of them thinking outside the box Franks option is another. several website guys which one of you wants to tell me what the web addresses are for people. we have the rear. radio site that planet paranormal dot com and we're getting ready to start redoing that entire site and get it back up going really good and our main investigation side with the planet parent destinations dot com sorry about that. investigation com yeah you can get a lot of our evidence on there as well and then there's a third side we have four just Queen Mary evidence there is from a long term research project that we've been doing over the years was the now the permission of the ship and it is clean merry shallows dot com so you can see a lot of cool stuff on there there lot of good stuff as well right right yeah Brian it's it's one thing to develop of an interest in the paranormal itself and I'm sick I'm pretty clear and how Bob sound his interest in Alcatraz how did you find your interest Alcatraz discovered as a place not just of mystery but of paranormal activity. well my son and I had always wanted to go to Alcatraz and even though we wanted to go and do some gusts heading up there we kind of realize we never would. and then some friends of ours some friends of planet paranormal had won the lottery. and they invited us along to spend the night on Alcatraz. and what once we went. the amount of activity the first night that we spent there was just literally off the hook we could not believe the amount of ghost activity that that we gathered while we were there I mean it was literally incredible including no I using a lot of audible activity specialist. one of the one of the things that happened that we do mention of the book is it was just the four of us myself ash and laurel Blackwell and we were in the medical isolation ward and we had been doing in the V. P. session and one of the world's I was actually the only room that was accessible the others what kind of being used as storage. and. we weren't really getting a sense that there was anything there for us to to actually pick up on. but when we when we walked out of the room I had to set my gear down on a little bench was outside to change the batteries as we were changing batteries we heard some commotion back in the world we go back in there and all of the chairs had been moved. and there was there's no closets there was no place for anybody to hide so we were kind of like okay this is different we sat down did. another session trying to get somebody to you know let us know that they were there and again really nothing happened as we were walking out again we heard commotion back in the world we go back and now the chairs are back where they had originally started from. we sit down again. and. one of the questions that was that we had said was if you don't want us here just tell us to get out and walk away. well when that happened ash's chair slides back about four feet he had slammed into the wall he falls over and you hear an audible gasp out. so that kind of was like okay I don't think they want as you're an **** was not a small gentleman he was probably just a little over three hundred pounds first of all just a kind of distorted when you said it but I think you said get out is what you heard. how did you hear that it in real time it was audible at the time. so was it wasn't a wasn't an easy B. E. V. P. that you're heard later you heard it when it happened. what we heard it when it happened okay well that's a little disturbing. yeah well it is mayor Watson asco flying backwards in a metal folding chair and all well that really that really surprised everybody says something like I've never seen before or again. yeah it was it was it was definitely one for the record books and this was all all occurred in the course of one night of sleeping there. well actually we we didn't sleep I think we will second third investigation for that trap and I believe we were up for a little over forty two hours are your work it was Alcatraz we're not gonna sleep one run out yeah nope not gonna happen. so. yeah these are these overnight of available to anyone or did you have to get some kind of special permission for this role but worry Alcatraz works and I believe they still do it however they have changed to where you have to be a a registered five oh one C. three charitable organization. but at that time you didn't have to and what they would do is they would have a lottery system you would enter the lottery in November they would draw a series of names in December and then at the end of December they would tell you what weekend that you were you were going to be there and they were it was non negotiable in ways that we can you are gone. you could bring if I remember correctly thirty two people with you I believe back back then this was like old nine oh eight oh nine I believe it was like fifteen hundred dollars and then you go to the island you do a little bit of community service and then they were just sort of tornadoes. I mean if there was there was great we did it two years in a row what an experience let's let's talk a little bit about the history of Alcatraz. begin with now is the name Alcatraz the name of the island or the facility that's on the island or both I know it's obviously not on the prison but. well it was originally named Alcatraz by a Spanish sailor are in it means Allah the pelicans. and. the name just sort of stuck the alone a Indians late I'm I'm not really sure what they called and they just sort of adapted are adopted the name Alcatraz but later on but they actually use the island as a place of exile Janice leave that there were people spirit they want they would banish people there is that what you mean..

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"brian clune" Discussed on WWL

WWL

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"brian clune" Discussed on WWL

"Reality radio I NGV Johnson we're talking tonight Brian Clune Bob Davis they're both offer authors of a couple of books we're gonna be talking about ghosts and legends of Alcatraz is one of them thinking outside the box Franks option is another. several website guys which one of you wants to tell me what the web addresses are for people. we have the year. radio site that planet paranormal dot com and we're getting ready to start redoing that entire site and get it back up going really good and our main investigation site would be planet parent destinations dot com sorry about that. investigation com yeah you can get a lot of our evidence on there as well and then there's a third site we have or just Queen Mary evidence there is from a long term research project that we've been doing over the years was the yeah the permission of the ship and it is clean merry shallows dot com so you can see a lot of cool stuff on there they're like it's not the law Brian right yeah Brian its job it's one thing to develop of an interest in the paranormal itself and I'm sick I'm pretty clear and how Bob found his interest in Alcatraz how did you find your interest Alcatraz discovered as a place not just of mystery but of paranormal activity. well my son and I had always wanted to go to Alcatraz and even though we wanted to go and do some go setting up there we kind of realize we never would. and then some friends of ours some friends a planet paranormal had won the lottery. and they invited us along to spend the night on Alcatraz. and it worked once we went. the amount of activity the first night that we spent there was just literally off the hook we could not believe the amount of ghost activity that that we gathered while we were there I mean it was literally incredible including good luck. no I using a lot of audible activity specialist. right. one of that one of the things that happened that we do mention of the book is it was just the four of us myself ash and laurel Blackwell and we were in the medical isolation ward and we had been doing in the V. P. session and one of the world's I was actually the only room that was accessible the others what kind of being used as storage. and. we weren't really getting a sense that there was anything there for us to to actually pick up on. but when we when we walked out of the room I had to set my gear down on a little bench was outside to change the batteries as we were changing batteries we heard some commotion back in the world we go back in there and all of the chairs had been moved. and there was there's no closets there was no place for anybody to hide so we were kind of like okay this is different. we sat down did another session trying to get somebody to you know let us know that they were there and again really nothing happened as we were walking out again we heard commotion back in the Rome we go back in other chairs are back where they had originally started. we sit down again. and. one of the questions that was that we had said was if you don't want us here just tell us to get out and will leave. well when that happened ash's chair slides back about four feet you get slammed into the wall he falls over and you hear an audible gasp out. so that kind of was like okay I don't think they want as you're an **** was not a small gentleman he was problem he did you say a little over three hundred pounds first of all just a kind of distorted when you said it but I think you said get out is what you heard correct how did you hear that it in real time it was audible at the time. so was there wasn't there wasn't an E. V. B. E. V. P. that you're heard later you heard it when it happened. well we heard it when it happened okay well that's a little disturbing. yeah well mayor Watson asco flying backwards in a metal folding chair into a wall that really that really surprised everybody that's something like I've never seen before or again. yeah it was it was it was definitely one for the record books and this was all all occurred in the course of one night of sleeping there. well actually we we didn't sleep I think we will on our second or third investigation for that trap and I believe we were up for a little over forty two hours are your work it was Alcatraz we're not gonna sleep one run out yeah nope not gonna happen. so. yeah these are these overnight available to anyone or did you have to get some kind of special permission for this well but where Alcatraz works and I believe they still do it however they have changed to where you have to be a a registered five oh one C. three charitable organization. but at that time you didn't have to and what they would do is they would have a lottery system you would enter the lottery in November they would draw a series of names in December and then at the end of December they would tell you what weekend that you were you were going to be there and they were it was non negotiable is that weekend or you are gone. you could bring if I remember correctly thirty two people with you I believe back back then this was like old nine oh eight oh nine I believe it was like fifteen hundred dollars and then you go to the island you do a little bit of community service and then they were just sort of turn yellows. if it was there was great we did it two years in a row what an experience let's some let's talk a little bit about the history of Alcatraz. to begin with now is the name Alcatraz the name of the island or the facility that's on the island or both I know it's obviously not on the prison but. well it was originally named Alcatraz by a Spanish sailor in it means I went to the pelicans. and. the name just sort of stuck the alone a Indians they I'm I'm not really sure what they called and they just sort of adapted are adopted the name Alcatraz but later on but they actually use the island as a place of exile leave that there were they were evil spirits they want they would banish people there is that what you mean..

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"brian clune" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

12:16 min | 1 year ago

"brian clune" Discussed on KNSS

"Of the show tonight we're gonna be talking about a couple of different topics we're gonna be talking about Alcatraz it's a pretty mystical place mysterious place as well and we're also going to be talking about ghost boxes the invention by Frank some shin and his contribution to the paranormal investigating world both of those topics will be addressed by two guests tonight Brian Clune and Bob Davis guys welcome to be on reality radio it's great to have you here. so we're gonna try to do this in somewhat of an orderly fashion we've got I've got a question for both of you so I don't know if you know if you want to take turns or however it works most conveniently for you but the first thing I want to do is get a sense of how you both got yourselves involved in the paranormal. Bob. okay well I got into it when I was thirteen years old it's a real easy one so that's kind of why the ghost about that ghosts and legends of Alcatraz kind of goes full circle in my life because before that I had no belief in anything you know spiritual of in any time using sorry about that I and little under the weather and then when we take a day to our doctor as I had something happen that I can expand on later if you wish but it was something that I could not in any way shape or form explain to myself understand you know and so from that time on I just spent studying and researching and trying to find ways to figure out what it is and so yeah I'm and it is you know so I I kind of cover the full spectrum of it out the field you know from just moved from my personal knowledge but also. also trying to find ways to figure out what that that was what caused lance you know and is that really inspired Sir doesn't body armor what or whatever yes let so I gather so Bob you're saying that that your first paranormal experience the thing that kind of creed the curiosity for you or maybe the search for answers started here was an occurrence as some kind of something happened to you at Alcatraz itself. absolutely yeah it did and it yeah I it it didn't creep me out if they had scared the heck out of me really yeah it back yet that in those days they have what did you want to expound on now yeah let's talk about that I mean you can't you know we tease to everyone so that's how it started let's get a sense of what happened to you okay so what happened was I was there with my family my mom my dad my brother and sister in law and myself and we were just taken the day tour and we get down to the block which is the you know about solitary confinement are that you know it's not all solitary confinement necessarily but it's you know the old you know kinda lockdown cells that is the very end there is the solitary confinement cells where they're just completely you know a big metal box and there's two doors that shot and what sort of doors are shut it's pitch black in there and there's no furniture there's just a hole in the ground in the corner and does your toilet and other than that that was what was in there and that's made from in there you know the worst of the worst and someone would be in there for a month thank you and possibly in one case somebody's in there over a year I'm not mistaken. and so the park ranger asked if anybody would volunteer to go in and see what that felt like you know for the prisoner to be in there and and I didn't even know Oct drugs especially haunted didn't care about owning your anything so I'm like yeah I'll go in and so he walked me back in there and the second back in the back left corner which is where the toilet actually what it used to be but they call it what concrete thank god and so then he shot the the inner door and the outer door and so by that time it was just pitch black understanding back there in the corner up against the wall and he yells and you know are you doing okay in there and I'm like yeah I'm fine essentially yelled I'm fine you get in your car here is like a real hard grab on my on my shoulder on my right shoulder and at the same almost same time. a voice in my real gruff voice in my year ago your mind like that and as you said that you could feel the hair on my you're circling and you know so like my lean down and send it right you know like a an actual human head wind and it said that in your own grammar alone in this room. Ali alone totally dark yeah in another is a lot of people outside this all that I yeah so I ran right over the stores are banging scream and I'm not ashamed to admit it yeah hand that let me out let me so when they open the door in our guys like what happened what happened on my on nothing it's just like when once I got in there and like it so I didn't talk about Jenny but I saw it like twenty eight years old I finally admitted it to talk to my dad about it is he always there's no such thing is now goes or anything like that either and more my mother so my dad finally had it takes later in life and so I opened up doing about it he's like well that's weird because the expense we were talking about at that time actually happened to my father as well and this is a whole different experience much later in life but so I was very very odd so after that I mean I can just you know I I'd always made about you know the powers that be that if you you know show me some sort of evidence that I can't explain and I can't deny you know that it happened and now then I will never question here again and I never have and so that's that's what started me on this road you know and then go on sense I'm almost sixty now did you say that your father had a similar experience at Alcatraz not at all okay I was saying yeah okay more experience than I. in a different location and it was actually on a boat here and he had an experience when he was on the Sean about by itself one night after my mom passed away and then I would say is probably maybe a year later somewhere within that year I was on the boat in the same place line in his his band the state room and had the same experience happen and. you know so when we started you know talking about it we're like wait a minute that's that's like exactly what happened to me that you know are virtually the same and out of so and then we started hearing stories from past owners the skipper of the of the boat he would he would see an aunt have ghostly things happening all the time because he's on there more than we were and so you know went and he was the same way very skeptical in our and. sadly he just passed away two weeks ago so now my heart goes out to him yeah I'm sorry for the last one. listen I like that you know comes up against the I think the most wanted. yeah okay like one day they don't believe in the next day you know there's a big burly guy and so that's yeah so that so this was a pretty gratifying occasion for you to now be part of a book project about Alcatraz after your original paranormal experience occurred there one that on not just major Kerr yes but as you described really frighten DO and now you've kind of as you said come full circle and have been part of authoring a book about all of the phenomenon there they must feel pretty good. absolutely and in fact sends them you know Brian and I and the rest of my team at the time we both ended up spending the night on Alcatraz two nights and that was the cell that we got that that we take the land yeah yeah and I I didn't have any trouble with with whatever graphic before but but one founders passed on sense as well he he was getting picked on. hello. talk about those experiences a little bit later I want to I want to ask a Brian basically the same question how do you get your start word the word your interest come from. Martin or near as exciting as barbs but I actually grew up in a haunted house. but it was actually my father who was haunting the house. he passed away when I was. just about three years old and he kind of hung around and waited for my mother in nineteen eighty seven. so over those years and we had a few weird little things that happened I'm not I'm going to go into it and then. after all of the activity stopped I just sort of stopped believing almost. and then when my son turned my oldest son turned eighteen I was looking for something to do with them that you know we can do together and he looked at me and goes well let's go ghost hunting and I kind of looked at him and went I think I should take you to a shrink. but you know it he he convinced me to give it a try we found planet paranormal and I've been doing you know research ever sent I actually did a little bit of research in in the interim years before I joined the actual team but no where near like we're doing now with planet paranormal so that's basically how I got my start a lot less mild then now basically be and grabbing a cell. yeah not everyone's not everyone Sarah starts with an expert that's okay we're gonna say Bob are just get saved however Brian can tell you later that his first experiences were. it right up there with the walk ins with my first experience. yeah so even though I didn't start off quite as dramatic you know like instantly it finally got going. we will have but I did we only have about a minute here before we have to go back to the go to a break and we'll come back after that and continue the conversation but just kind of quickly in the years that you've been investigating and researching do you feel that you've made progress in the effort to find some answers or are you still as confused as I am and as we all were the first time we started thinking about this stuff. well I'm a little bit confused with it but we are we've definitely made some progress as far as. our scientific approach to investigating and to doing our evidence review Bob could probably demand on that a little bit more. yeah I thought I'd say seven basically it's like you know I mean I haven't written you know I think yeah we definitely made a lot of progress in a boat there's always room for more progress in you know as thank you know do go along and I mean we see a lot of progress since you know like when like ghost hunters was so popular room when it first came out you know and and all those years and you know things just boom you know and so a lot of opportunity yeah the interest certainly did not only the interest but the the ability to have these conversations in an open forum really blossomed. in the show's started particularly ghost hunters because prior to that it was more of you know blow back room talker kinda whispered to the side Hey I think I saw a ghost kind of thing and now people are much more able to have these conversations in public and and actually have a discussion about it which makes it makes that progress alone we're gonna take a break when we come back we'll cut will continue our conversation we're talking with Brian Clune and Bob Davis.

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"brian clune" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

12:43 min | 1 year ago

"brian clune" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"And questions in the second hour of the show tonight we're gonna be talking about a couple of different topics we're gonna be talking about Alcatraz it's a pretty mystical place mysterious place as well and we're also going to be talking about ghost boxes the invention by Frank's option and his contribution to the paranormal investigating world both of those topics will be addressed by two guests tonight Brian Clune and Bob Davis guys welcome to be on reality radio it's great to have you here. later on so we're gonna try to do this in somewhat of an orderly fashion we've got I've got a question for both of you so I don't know if you know if you want to take turns or however it works most conveniently for you but the first thing I want to do is get a sense of how you both got yourselves involved in the paranormal. Bob. okay well I got into it when I was thirteen years old it's a real easy one so that's kind of why the guys about the ghosts and legends of Alcatraz kind of goes full circle in my life because before that I had no belief in anything you know spiritual war of in any time students are that that I've been little under the weather and then when we take a day to our doctor Traz I had something happen that I can expand on later if you wish but it was something that I could not in any way shape or form explain to myself understand you know and so from that time on I just did and studying and researching and trying to find ways to figure out what it is and so yeah I'm and it is you know so I I kind of cover the full spectrum of and the field you know from just from my personal knowledge but also. also trying to find ways to figure out what that was what causes that you know and is that really human spirit server doesn't body armor what or whatever yes let so I gather so Bob you're saying that that your first paranormal experience the thing that kind of creed the curiosity for you or maybe the search for answers started here was an occurrence as some kind of something happened to you at Alcatraz itself. absolutely it did and it. yeah I guess it didn't creep me out if they had scared the heck out of me really yeah it back yet that in those days they have what gives you wanted expound on now yeah let's talk about that I mean you can't you know we tease to everyone so that's how it started let's get a sense of what happened to you okay so what happened was I was there with my family my mom my dad my brother and sister in law and myself and we were just taken the day tour and we get down to the block which is the you know about solitary confinement are the. no it's not all solitary confinement necessarily but it's you know the phone you know kinda lockdown cells that is the very end there is a solitary confinement cells where they're just completely you know a big metal box and there's two doors that shot and what sort of doors are shut this page flak in there and there's no furniture there's just a hole in the ground in the corner and does your toilet and other than that that was what was in there and that's made from in there you know the worst of the worst and someone would be in there for a month I thank you and possibly in one case somebody when they're over a year I'm not mistaken and so the park ranger asked if anybody would volunteer to go in and see what that felt like you know for the prisoner to be in there and and I didn't even know Oct drugs especially haunted didn't care about owning your anything so I'm like yeah I'll go and and so he walked me back in there and the second back in the back left corner which is where the toilet actually well it used to be but they fell in with concrete thank god and so then he shot the the inner door and the outer door and some of that time is just pitch black understanding back there in the corner up against the wall and he yells and you know are you doing okay in there and I'm like yeah I'm fine essentially yelled I'm fine you get in your car here is like a real hard grab on my on my shoulder on my right shoulder and it's the same almost same time I hear a voice in my real gruff voice in my year ago your mind like that and as you said that you can feel it here on my ears takeaway and you know so like my laying down and send it right in a like a an actual human head leaned in and said that you were alone grammar alone in this room. totally alone totally dark yeah in another is a lot of people outside this all that I yeah so I ran right over the stores are banging scream and I'm not ashamed to admit it in hand so let me out of the but when they open the door you know everybody's like what happened what happened on Monday on nothing it's just like one once I got in there and like it so I didn't talk about gender based on like twenty eight years old I finally admitted it to talk to my dad about it is he always thought there is no such thing is now goes or anything like that either him or my mother so my dad finally had an experience later in life and so I opened up sorry about it he's like well that's weird because expense we were talking about at that time actually happened to my father as well and this is a whole different experience much later in life but so I was very very odd so after that I mean I can just you know I'd I'd always made about you know the powers that be that if you you know show me some sort of evidence that I can't explain and I can't. and I you know that it happened and and I will never question here again and I never have and so that's that's what started me on this road you know and then gone ever sense almost sixty now did you say that your father had a similar experience at Alcatraz. yeah okay more experience than I. in a different location and it was actually on a boat he are and he had an experience when he was on the show on the boat by itself one night after my mom passed away and then I would say is probably maybe a year later somewhere within that year I was on the boat in the same place line in his his bed the state room and had the same experience happen and. you know so when we started you know talking about it we're like wait a minute that's that's like exactly what happened to me that you know are virtually the same and out of so and then we started hearing stories from past owners this may occur in the of the boat he would he would see an aunt have ghostly things happening all the time because he was on there more than we were and so you know went and he was the same way very skeptical in our and. sadly he just passed away two weeks ago so now are goes out to him. yeah I'm sorry for the last one. but I like that you know comes up against the I think this well as far as you can. okay like one day they don't believe in the next day you know there's a big burly guy and so let's dance for that so this was a pretty gratifying occasion for you to now be part of a book project about Alcatraz after your original paranormal experience occurred there one that on not just made you Kerr yes but as you described really frightened DO and now you've kind of as you said come full circle and have been part of authoring a book about all of the phenomenon there they must feel pretty good. absolutely and in fact sends them you know Brian and I and the rest of my team at the time we both ended up spending the night on Alcatraz two nights and that was the cell that we got that and then we take the land yeah yeah yeah and I I didn't have any trouble with with whatever graphic before but but one of her so founders passed on sense as well he he was getting picked on. so we'll talk about those experiences a little bit later I want to I want to ask a Brian basically the same question how do you get your start word the word your interest come from. Martin or near as exciting as Bob's but I grew up in a haunted house. but it was actually my father who was haunting the house. he passed away when I was. just about three years old and he kind of hung around and waited for my mother. in nineteen eighty seven. so over those years and we had a few weird little things that happened I'm not gonna go into it and then. after all of the activity stopped I just sort of stopped believing almost. and then when my son turned my oldest son turned eighteen I was looking for something to do with them that you know we can do together and he looked at me and goes well let's go ghost hunting and I kind of looked at him and went I think I should take you to a shrink. but you know it he he convinced me to give it a try we found planet paranormal and I've been doing you know research ever sent I actually did a little bit of research in in the interim years before I joined the actual team but no where near like we're doing now with quite a paranormal so that's basically how I got my start a lot less mild then my basically be and grab that I sell. yeah not everyone's not everyone's story starts with an expert that's okay we're gonna say Bob I look at say however Brian can tell you later that his first experiences were. right up there with the one that was my first experience. yeah so even though it didn't start off quite as dramatic you know like instantly it finally got. we will have but I did we only have about a minute here before we have to go back to the go to a break and we'll come back after that and continue the conversation but just kind of quickly in the years that you've been investigating and researching do you feel that you've made progress in the effort to find some answers or are you still as confused as I am and as we all were the first time we started thinking about this stuff. well I'm a little bit confused with it but we are we've definitely made some progress as for as. our scientific approach to investigating and to doing our evidence review Bob controlling a band on that a little bit more. yeah I thought I'd say seven basically is like you know I mean I am Rick you know I think yeah we definitely made a lot of progress in a boat there's always room for more progress in you know as thank you know do go along and I mean we see a lot of progress since you know like when like ghost hunters of some popular room when it first came out you know and and all those years and in all phases boom you know and so a lot of opportunity yeah the interest to certainly did not only the interest but the the ability to have these conversations in an open forum really blossomed when the shows started particularly ghost hunters because prior to that it was more of you know blue back room talker kinda whispered inside Hey I think I saw a ghost kind of thing and now people are much more able to have these conversations in public and and actually have a discussion about it which makes it makes that progress alone we're gonna take a break when we come back we'll cut we'll continue our conversation we're talking with Brian Clune and Bob Davis tonight it's beyond reality radio..

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"brian clune" Discussed on WWL

WWL

11:07 min | 1 year ago

"brian clune" Discussed on WWL

"Of the show tonight we're gonna be talking about a couple of different topics we're gonna be talking about Alcatraz it's a pretty mystical place mysterious place as well and we're also going to be talking about ghost boxes the invention by Frank some shin and his contribution to the paranormal investigating world both of those topics will be addressed by two guests tonight Brian Clune and Bob Davis guys welcome to be on reality radio it's great to have you here. entertainer on so we're gonna try to do this in somewhat of an orderly fashion we've got I've got a question for both of you so I don't know if you know if you want to take turns or however it works most conveniently for you but the first thing I want to do is get a sense of how you both got yourselves involved in the paranormal. Bob. okay well I got into it when I was thirteen years old it's a real easy one so that's kind of why the ghost about ghosts and legends of Alcatraz kind of goes full circle in my life because before that I had no belief in anything you know spiritual of in any time using sorry about that I'm in well under the weather and then when we take a day to our doctor as I had something happen that I can expand on later if you wish but it was something that I could not in any way shape or form explain to myself understand you know and so from that time on I just spent studying and researching and trying to find ways to figure out what it is and so yeah I'm and it is you know so I I kind of cover the full spectrum of and the field you know from just look for my personal knowledge but also. also trying to find ways to figure out what that that was what caused that you know and is that really human spirit server doesn't body armor what or whatever yes let so I gather so Bob you're saying that that your first paranormal experience the thing that kind of creed the curiosity for you or maybe the search for answers started here was an occurrence as some kind of something happened to you at Alcatraz itself. absolutely yeah it did and it yeah I guess it didn't creep me out if they had scared the heck out of me really yeah it back yet that in those days they have what did you want to expound on now yeah let's talk about that I mean you can't you know we tease to everyone so that's how it started. to get a sense of what happened to you okay so what happened was I was there with my family my mom my dad my brother and sister in law and myself and we were just taken the day tour and we get down to people are which is the you know about solitary confinement are that you know it's not all solitary confinement necessarily but it's you know the old you know kinda lockdown cells that is the very end there is a solitary confinement cells where they're just completely you know a big metal box and there's two doors that shot and what sort of doors are shut it's pitch black in there and there's no furniture there's just a hole in the ground in the corner and does your toilet and other than that that was what was in there and that's made from in there you know the worst of the worst and someone would be in there for a month thank you and possibly in one case somebody's in there over a year I'm not mistaken. and so the park ranger asked if anybody would volunteer to go in and see what that felt like you know for the prisoner to be in there and and I didn't even know Oct drugs especially haunted didn't care about owning your anything so I'm like yeah I'll go and and so he walked me back in there and the second back in the back left corner which is where the toilet actually what it used to be but they call it with concrete thank god and so then he shot the US they entered the war and the outer door and so by that time it was just pitch black understanding back there in the corner up against the wall and Hey yell then you know are you doing okay in there and I'm like yeah I'm fine essentially yelled I'm fine you get in your car here is like a real hard grab on my on my shoulder on my right shoulder and at the same almost same time. voice in my real gruff voice in my year ago your mind like that and as you said that you could feel the hair on my ears tickling and you know so like my laying down and set it right you know like a an actual human head wind and it said that in your own grammar alone in this room. Ali alone totally dark yeah in another is a lot of people outside this all that I yeah so I ran right over the stores are banging scream and I'm not ashamed to admit it yeah. hand that let me out yeah but when they open the door in our guys like what happened what happened on Monday on nothing it's just like when once I got in there and like it so I didn't talk about Jay anybody saw it like twenty eight years old I finally admitted it to talk to my dad about it is he always there's no such thing is now goes or anything like that either and more my mother so my dad finally had it takes later in life and so I opened up doing about it he's like well that's weird because the expense we were talking about at that time actually happened to my father as well and this is a whole different experience much later in life but so I was very very odd so after that I mean I can just you know I I'd always made about you know the powers that be that if you you know show me some sort of evidence that I can't explain and I can't deny you know that it happened and now then I will never question your again and I never have and so that's that's what started me on this road you know and then gone ever sense I'm almost sixty now did you say that your father had a similar experience at Alcatraz not at all okay I was saying yeah okay more experience than I. in a different location and it was actually on a boat here and he had an experience when he was on the Sean about by itself one night after my mom passed away and then I would say is probably maybe a year later somewhere within that year I was on the boat in the same place line in his his bed the state room and had the same experience happen and. you know so when we started you know talking about it we're like wait a minute that's that's like exactly what happened to me that you know are virtually the same and out of so and then we started hearing stories from past owners the skipper and the of the boat he would he would see an on have ghostly things happening all the time because he's on there more than we were and so you know went and he was the same way very skeptical in our and. sadly he just passed away two weeks ago so you know my heart goes out to him. yeah I'm sorry for the last one. listen I like that you know comes up against the I think the most wanted. yeah okay like one day they don't believe in the next day you know there's a big burly guy and so that's yeah so that so this was a pretty gratifying occasion for you to now be part of a book project about Alcatraz after your original paranormal experience occurred there one that on not just made you courteous but as you described really frightened DO and now you've kind of as you said come full circle and have been part of authoring a book about all of the phenomenon there they must feel pretty good. absolutely and in fact sends them you know Brian and I and the rest of my team at the time we both ended up spending the night on Alcatraz two nights and that was the cell that we got that that we take the land yeah yeah and I I didn't have any trouble with with whatever graphic before but but one founders passed on sense as well he he was getting picked on. so we'll talk about those experiences a little bit later I want to I want to ask a Brian basically the same question how do you get your start word the word your interest come from. mind no where near as exciting as barbs but I actually grew up in a haunted house. but it was actually my father who was haunting the house. he passed away when I was. just about three years old and he kind of hung around and waited for my mother in nineteen eighty seven. so over those years and we had a few weird little things that that happened I'm not going to go into it and then. after all of the activity stopped I just sort of stopped believing almost. and then when my son turned my oldest son turned eighteen I was looking for something to do with them that you know we could do together and he looked at me and goes well let's go ghost hunting and I kind of looked at him and went I think I should take you to a shrink. but you know it he he convinced me to give it a try we found planet paranormal and I've been doing you know research ever sent I actually did a little bit of research in in the interim years before I joined the actual team but no where near like we're doing now with planet paranormal so that's basically how I got my start a lot less mild then now basically be and grabbing a cell. yeah not everyone's not everyone summarize starts with an expert that's okay we're gonna say Bob as of yesterday however Brian can tell you later that his first experiences were. it right up there with the water with my first experience. yeah so even though I didn't start off quite as dramatic you know like instantly it finally got going. we only have but I did we only have about a minute here before we have to go back to the go to a break and we'll come back after that and continue the conversation but just kind of quickly in the years that you've been investigating and researching do you feel that you've made progress in the effort to find some answers or are you still as confused as I am and as we all were the first time we started thinking about this stuff. well I'm a little bit confused with it but we are we've definitely made some progress as far as. our scientific approach to.

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"brian clune" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"brian clune" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Radio I'm your host JV Johnson always glad to be here as we kick off the second show of the week and we're gonna be talking about good old paranormal topics tonight in fact we might get some explanations at least a perspective that is our guest tonight will be Frank J. Bennett he's the author of a book called encounter with the Aberdeen wild man now Frank had many many paranormal experiences in his childhood and young adolescence that he decided to write about any put them into this book the pivotal encounter was we have a creature that he calls the Aberdeen wild man. but in retrospect he's learned how to explain and describe some of these experiences and a lot of that came from his study of the Bible he is now a Bible teacher and he says his biblical knowledge gives him a new perspective on the paranormal so we're gonna talk about that with Frank tonight and we'll bring him of it of course after the first break of the evening will also take your phone calls at eight four four six eight seven seven six six nine that'll be in the second part of the program you may have had a paranormal experience similar to Frank's annual want to share that with us later in the week tomorrow night we've got Gordan coral Smith who is the author of met a real book she's got a new book out called revelation Antarctica and we'll be talking about that tomorrow night and Thursday Brian Clune and Bob Davis will be here to talk about their new book called ghosts and legends of Alcatraz we'll also talk about Frank sanctions ghost boxes that's a device that many people use pretty loyally actually in their paranormal investigations now Alcatraz is a pretty cool place I actually had an opportunity to go there many years ago it's a fascinating place to visit and the stories and legends not necessarily paranormal although there are many the stories and ledges related Alcatraz are pretty incredible themselves so I.

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"brian clune" Discussed on WWL

WWL

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"brian clune" Discussed on WWL

"Radio I'm your host JV Johnson always glad to be here as we kick off the second show of the week and we're gonna be talking about good old paranormal topics tonight in fact we might get some explanations at least a perspective that is our guest tonight will be Frank J. Bennett he's the author of a book called encounter with the Aberdeen wild man now Frank had many many paranormal experiences in his childhood and young adolescents that he decided to write about any put them into this book the pivotal encounter was with a creature that he calls the Aberdeen wild man. but in retrospect he's learned how to explain and describe some of these experiences and a lot of that came from his study of the Bible he is now a Bible teacher and he says his biblical knowledge gives him a new perspective on the paranormal so we're gonna talk about that with Frank tonight and we'll bring him of it of course after the first break of the evening will also take your phone calls at eight four four six eight seven seven six six nine that'll be in the second part of the program you may have had a paranormal experience similar to Frank's then you'll love want to share that with us later in the week tomorrow night we've got Gordan coral Smith who is the author of met a real book she's got a new book out called revelation Antarctica and we'll be talking about that tomorrow night into Thursday Brian Clune and Bob Davis will be here to talk about their new book called ghosts and legends of Alcatraz we'll also talk about Frank some shins ghost boxes that's a device that many people use pretty loyally actually in their paranormal investigations now Alcatraz is a pretty cool place I actually had an opportunity to go there many years ago it's a fascinating place to visit and the stories and legends not necessarily paranormal although there are many the stories alleges related Alcatraz are pretty incredible themselves so I will have a great time talking about all of that with Brian Clune and Bob Davis that'll be Thursday night's program what a great stuff coming up on the show of course and as always visit our social media sites Facebook it's beyond reality radio and it's J. V. Johnson like them both and I really want you to go to you too. I wait. go to YouTube and search for JV Johnson find the channel there if you don't have a radio station in your area carrying the program yet this is a great way to listen to the show because we stream live on you to every night as well plus there are an archive over there is an archive of back episodes there about three hundred sixty or so back episodes on you tube that you can listen to catch up on whatever happens to be plus some special content be sure to subscribe to the channel we want you to become part of our army again go to you too search for Jimmy Johnson I'm sure you can find it if you search for beyond reality radio as well lot of great stuff going on here on the shelves so we want you to be part of it we'll go to break when we come back we will bring in our guest again we're talking tonight with Frank J. Bennett I will be talking about all things paranormal right here I'm beyond reality radio..

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"brian clune" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

12:39 min | 1 year ago

"brian clune" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Welcome to the program it's beyond reality radio I'm your host JV Johnson thank you for being here tonight great show under way talking with doctor Ming chi about her book angels of rainbow bridge life after transition will continue that conversation in just a moment taking a quick look at headed the rest of the week what we've got coming up on the program tomorrow night Frank then it will be with us he's an author and a Bible teacher we'll be talking about his book called encounter with the Aberdeen wild man it also talk about his biblical perspective on paranormal topics and then Wednesday night's program Gordon Kroll Smith author of matter real books will be with us to talk about his new book revelation Antarctica and then Thursday Brian Clune Bob Davis authors of a new book called ghosts and legends of Alcatraz we'll also talk about Frank assumptions ghost boxes if you're a paranormal investigator you probably know what ghost boxes are if you haven't heard of that all the more reason the list and and figure out what we're talking about that will of course be Thursday night's program again tonight we're talking about pets we're talking about loving them while they're here and maintaining that relationship when we lose them although we don't really lose them according to our guest doctor mean she again the book is called angels of rainbow bridge life after transition and the website is re key for F. you are for babies dot com and to me when did reiki enter into this equation for you tell us how that started. error rate. and when sunny like I said my brother is a physician and I'm a pharmacist so we're both very very left brain well he came and started learning something about energy healing and he came over one day we had were having dinner and he starts telling me about this raking thing and I never heard of it and he's just telling me how there's other modalities alternative healing. very very interested in my curiosity and I couldn't stop thinking about it so initial asked again about and he says well you can learn and he said I would recommend you know my breaking master Teo which is what he did so that my best friend and I we we learned it and what was very fascinating is that my at that time I had a yellow lab named sandy that by the time she was three she was diagnosed with hip dysplasia and she my husband had to carry her up the stairs she she couldn't jump you know up anymore and she knew she was young right three so I I started doing the right key on her and the way he shared her and she literally was able to jump into my friends hi Dan I mean it was incredible it was literally America and she said he said to me you know if you you can do this for me what I should do this for other dogs and that's how we keep our baby started out as we thought okay why not why don't we just start doing it for other jobs. and as we've been in business for ten years we've got clients all over the world click on the blog part you'll see hundreds of testimonials all the testimony as a witness in blog format so you can read you know what the animal says how the break you help them so I. my my understanding of Ricky is somewhat limited but I have seen people having raking performed on them if that's the right way to describe it and they lie on a table generally I think even face down and make your way next but not centros inn in both ways but they're still they're kind of in a meditative state in many cases there's music they've got headphones on music so how do we how do you take that experience and and apply it to a dog per se they're much less likely to be that relaxed. right so you're grateful can be done it's called distance here right. and so when you when you get your raking one year at last called hands on so you'd be on the table you know somebody is holding their you know hands they don't even have to touch you put their hands over you know different parts of your body and then I'll treat you with the right now when you learn reiki two or become a reiki master that's when you actually can fender raking district where Mister like how remote healing so it's kind of like you get into a meditative state in the new Senate you set the intention for that rate he can go to so a person or animal so all we need is a picture so what we get is a picture of your your dog and we get the name and we will send reiki healing to to that topic and we've done it that's the fun thing is that we've done thousands of times and we get that's why it's more it's amazing to hear the testimonial from the other people now what I need because we first started doing it we're like wait while in the office right now my dog is done and but what it was just I don't know we tap into something and at that time he was very new and so in living in California you would have thought we would go had all our clients know you know where that our clients came from these little towns like past Texas town when in Illinois in the little I don't they found us on Twitter and all of a sudden we you know we just started getting more popular and then it was funny like later on like many female three four years California starts coming around somewhere and Lisa okay now you guys now he has them one a funny experience that but if it is amazing because I I've literally witnessed miracle after miracle after miracle because Ricky energy healing what it does is it just balance of the body so it doesn't really matter what disease were treating we can be treating diabetes. cancer ammonia seizures you know also we can do. the battle that are being taken in mental healing and so we work we've learned a lot in that journey us by the animals to because. one of the hottest that they're not again like I said they're not attached to their diseases a lot of times people will bring us an abused animal and say you know could you could you see how they're doing it at every single every single one Ali says I'm in the present I'm here I'm now I'm so grateful that I'm with my four of the family are with the family now it's taking care of me and they never want to talk about what happened to them we're taking your phone calls as well here at eight four four six eight seven seven six six nine let's go to our listener line this is Greg in Colorado he Greg welcome to the program. Hey thanks for having me again I appreciate it thanks for calling what's on your mind. I have at three pets in my life and I was wondering Dr Ming chi would possibly see if they could talk to me about them I would say I would suggest that more were not doing readings per se here but I bet you doctor she could offer some guidance on how you could talk to them. wonderful that sounds wonderful. yeah I mean definitely you can you can send me an email main at Ricky for babies dot com be happy to answer anybody's question bash actually love question so feel free to email me at be happy to answer anything so I did advise Greg here he has had three cats that he's lost and he wants to communicate with them what's the best way for him to try that in his own you know in his own home in his own time. best thing is actually just ask so whichever one you know he he would like to hear or maybe ask all three of them and just say Hey I would love the sign is just just show me are finite Hey you guys are connected to me I will I want to believe that I want to I want to see something and just laughed because like I said. total strangers have written me saying that they read the book and and then after they read it or whatever they dream that their their doctors come to this with them. and you know I really believe we see is a has a hand in that you know my corgi changes are going out there around and everything. and bring in bringing and then then and how long ago did you lose your pets I love stuff there Katie about six years ago. and have you had any signs or any any sense that you may have she's been trying to contact you at all. not not you haven't not insignificant where that I'm like oh that was their Kitty or buttons or or Charlie I. you know do you feel like you're you're open to it because that I think the first step in many cases has to be a willingness to see it or hear it or feel it. most definitely I'm going to ask to we know the Serra Katie what you show me a sign. let me. yeah no I think that's perfect I think it's really just asking I think a lot of times from what I hear from the animals and stuff they always say to the person I've never left you I'm still here and for whatever reason were we just many are missing the sign or maybe that we have they have to like ask for a handout Billboard Billboard side you know and just a really really make it I mean for example that might examples that I've given the they're pretty big examples right it's not like a little I have you know when somebody says okay if I see a dime and I know that you know my my whoever right but you know for me personally these these examples are like okay these are big so maybe or something that that big or what at times I've had my for babies show up to my friends like my yellow lab when she first transition she showed up to one of my friends who was getting her cancer treated at the Mayo Clinic and she said every time she would drive to the male clinic bio lab which show up in our car I was like what. and she said every single time and then I had another person tell me that she was hiking in the mountains and she was really missing her dog and she saw a yellow lab so I I just got the my animals and I feel like they're so they're so loving and caring and healing they all show up to people that I know or even at the people and I don't know you know people write me and say my gosh the folly corgi so I think just keep asking and then and just keep working and then just relax about it and just maybe maybe you know buttons will show up and just surprise you I remember they retain their personalities so if buttons was kind of a however their personality was the it'll translate into the other sites use although you'll know which one it is like for example when Mochis to show up to me she would show me a litter box she would say I'm not your dog on your cat and that with this funny every time I would see a litter box of like okay okay that's that's the cat the cat but now she shows up but I see your face of like okay in addition or box I know who you are now transaction thank you yes after the phone call Greg and hopefully you'll have some success with that you know the other thing is that sometimes this this takes a while I know in this is not a pet related story but my father passed away now five years ago and I didn't dream or feel like I had any sign from him up until like the last few months it's all started and started pretty significantly just the last few months and this is five years later let's grab one more quick phone call before we have to go to break this is Christian New Orleans Hey Chris welcome to the program. terrific thank you you have a question. yeah I do about grieving for the loss of your pet but not because the cat has passed away because the relationship went bad the dog was hers and I'll miss Roscoe so bad every day hello good to see my dog and the dog was. actor reiterate real quick is yeah we're talking earlier about do you do you don't sense when you're coming home and always found that my dogs.

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"brian clune" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"brian clune" Discussed on KNSS

"The normal sometimes it's the abnormal and sometimes it's a paranormal but it's always be on reality welcome to the program everyone starting off another week here on beyond reality radio. interesting show lined up for us tonight we're talking about pets and this this topic always elicits quite a response from the audience and I'm sure tonight will be no different we arm have a long standing tradition. finding love comforting companionship in our pet friends usually cats dogs sometimes other things soon minimum people really love their pet fish but what happens when they pass what happens when they. die in our guesstimate doctor Ming chi we'll talk about that very topic she's an author she's got a book out called angels of rainbow bridge life after transition and we're gonna have this conversation and she's going to tell us how we can find comfort in knowing. what is happening on the other side for pets and we'll take your phone calls of course in the second part of the program at eight four four six eight seven seven six six nine love to hear your questions and comments for doctor Ming chi as weak as we get that conversation going looking ahead just so we know what we have coming up on the show a lot of great stuff tomorrow night Frank Bennett will be here he's an author and a Bible teacher and I'll talk about his book encounter with the Aberdeen wild man. they also talk about his biblical perspective on the paranormal and then Wednesday night Gordon keer curls Smith will be here I think cords repeat guest yeah author of meta real books and Gordon will be telling us about his new book called revelation Antarctica and the role played by channeling and then Thursday night Brian Clune Bob Davis will be here to discuss in their new book ghosts and legends of Alcatraz also talking about would be talking about Frank's options ghost boxes if you're a paranormal investigator someone that's done some ghost hunting you know what we're talking about when we say ghost boxes but if you're not you'll learn and it'll be an interesting conversations a lot of great stuff coming up so we'll go to break when we come back we'll have our guest with us doctor Ming chi we're talking about pets and the after life it's beyond reality rate..

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"brian clune" Discussed on WWL

WWL

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"brian clune" Discussed on WWL

"That cannot be explained by scientific methods. six. many. you. flying over there. my experience. you want. sometimes it's the normal sometimes it's the abnormal and sometimes it's the paranormal but it's always be on reality welcome to the program everyone starting off another week here on beyond reality radio. interesting show lined up for us tonight we're talking about pets and this this topic always elicits quite a response from the audience and I'm sure tonight will be no different we are have a long standing tradition. but finding love comforting companionship in our pet friends usually cats dogs sometimes other things than minimum people really love their pet fish arm but what happens when they pass what happens when a. die in our guesstimate doctor Ming chi we'll talk about that very topic she's an author she's got a book out called angels of rainbow bridge life after transition and we're gonna have this conversation and she's going to tell us how we can find comfort in knowing. what is happening on the other side for pets and we'll take your phone calls of course in the second part of the program at eight four four six eight seven seven six six nine love to hear your questions and comments for doctor Ming chi as weak as we get that conversation going looking ahead just so we know what we have coming up on the show a lot of great stuff tomorrow night Frank Bennett will be here he's an author and a Bible teacher and I'll talk about his book encounter with the Aberdeen wild man. to also talk about his biblical perspective on the paranormal and then Wednesday night Gordon keer curls Smith will be here I think cords repeat guest yeah author of meta real books and Gordon will be telling us about his new book called revelation Antarctica and the role played by channeling and then Thursday night Brian Clune Bob Davis will be here to discuss in their new book ghosts and legends of Alcatraz also talking about would be talking about Frank's options ghost boxes if you're a paranormal investigator someone that's done some go starting you know what we're talking about when we say ghost boxes but if you're not you'll learn and it'll be an interesting conversations a lot of great stuff coming up so we'll go to break when we come back we'll have our guest with us doctor Ming chi we're talking about pets and the after life it's beyond reality rate. as New Orleans as the French Quarter. seven five three FM and W. W. L. dot com..

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