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"hallier" Discussed on AmbitiousLy the podcast: The Black Experience

AmbitiousLy the podcast: The Black Experience

05:29 min | 2 months ago

"hallier" Discussed on AmbitiousLy the podcast: The Black Experience

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"hallier" Discussed on Let's Talk Dementia

Let's Talk Dementia

09:43 min | 2 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on Let's Talk Dementia

"Here's your host bestselling author Carol. Welcome to let's talk dementia. I'm Carol Hallier hosted. I'm glad that you're hearing that you to him again. And see what the southern girls got to say about dimensioned and educator. I hope you'll check out what we have to offer at. Let's Talk Dementia Dot. Org you'll find my books. You will find this video series the podcast series. He's all of that there as well as blog. I do right of like everyone. Him really should do it more often. But there's also a late there where you can make a donation to our ministry if if you're so inclined we are getting near the end of two thousand and nineteen and we've got to get those donations made you know. Get them on your taxes and all that good stuff but whatever your reason as in we sure would appreciate you donating. We are hoping to raise enough money next year to hold four caregiver retreats and have the funding to totally cover it not have have to worry about getting sponsors how wonderful that would be. Maybe one of them needs to be in your part of the world you can write me about that or whatever else is on your mind and my email is carol at. Let's Talk Dementia Dot. Org Not to forget that part. I just got through sampling some Vegan slaw than I may okay from a red cabbage and orange peppers and grounded all up. I think God piece of it still in my mouth here and grounded up in Vitamix I tell if you put it in the vitamix is up to just little nothing. It just chops it up good and may integrate oil dressing and then I toasted and some Kapita and sunflower seeds and I toasted with it now. This is a little bit strange. I'm not sure entirely sure that begin. But what I did some Rama noodles. You take the dry Rama noodles. Break them up though men with the seeds and toast them a little bit sprinkled on top the Coleslaw and call me and tell me it's not good. Oh my gosh. It's really good. Get ready to have that because they eat healthy. Eat Vegan as much as I can with fuel exceptions here and there but not many doesn't try to heal my gut. Because what's what's good for your gut. I'm tapping my gut down here. You can't see that is good for my brain. We get inflammation down the microbial in get it balanced out. It's good for the brain. It's good for the whole body so considering a little bit of vegetables we're GONNA have some cooked beans some they're called Small Red Bates as They're called in the package for Walmart that fixing from dried form and we're having rice and beans and Coleslaw can hardly wait. It sounds so good I chose that going out to eat tonight so speaking going out eight. That's what I wanted to talk with you about the wonderful opportunity this afternoon to speak to the caregivers at a local law firm Muhtar law firm that I work with here in Florida. Ma T. A. R.. If you're in the Florida area in so you need advice regarding protecting your assets should you need care later on in your life or are even just planning for the future you need to give him a call. Got The best phone number of the world. It's area code. Two three nine two two two two two two. Is that not wonderful. Tell Them Carol. Since you and that you need to find out how to protect your assets because you know that dementia caregiving is very expensive. So and the prevalence of dementia is just crazy and it's just rolling daily whether you wind up having dementia or you just need care for whatever reason we need to be planning for that and I am so proud to work with them in the services they offer and I'm happy that they are helping my husband and I make plans for our future hadn't really planned on Talkin Talkin about that little commercial therefore Muhtar Law Firm. I'll have send them a bill for that but while I was meeting with the Care Givers near today one of the ladies Said Dad. She her days of going to find restaurants or gone. That's what she says they're gone. Her husband had a stroke about a year and a half ago and going to a fine restaurant is just not part of her world anymore. Well for me a fine restaurant Me think what is a fine res- has draw. I don't go to too many fine restaurants the I guess for me the closest I would get to that it's PF changs which. I did love going because I can eat vegan there. They've got cough Napkins. That's my definition of a fine restaurant. I Bet hers is better than that but getting our loved ones out to eat can truly be a challenge. Inge depending on the stage of their dementia and I don't know a lot about is his stage of dementia. Didn't get into that with her. But I gather that he needs quite a lot of help to talk to you about that because I do want you to take your loved ones out to eat. If it's a good idea for them and you will get to a point in your journey. Winning is not a good idea to take him out at all. It's just not but we want to accommodate them as much as we can force long as we can so one one thing you can think about doing is being very careful where you go on. There are restaurants that will be accepting of extra needs an extra requests that you might make on on behalf of your loved one or even yourself while you're in this caregiving Situation out in a restaurant and their restaurants that are not going to be accommodating of that so we kicked him to the carbon. But we don't go there and we let other people they're not very nice to people with dementia. You know because I don't take too kindly to that. You gotta be nice gotta be nice everybody it just makes the world. What a better place right in? Whether they need help themselves or not right now they need to think about one day they might think what what goes around comes around so anyway. Think about where you're taking your loved one and be careful about that once you get. That restaurant picked out. I I would recommend to that you think about how long it's GonNa take to get there if we've got to drive very far to get to the restaurant by the time you get there your loved one's GonNa be pretty retired If they're very far along in their in their journey just the act of getting out getting your stuff together getting them into the car getting the seat belt Hook getting yourself in. You'RE GONNA be tired and they are going to be tired also so we're starting this meal they're going to pay money for and if it's an expensive restaurant restaurant us really something to think about. We're starting that meal tired potentially agitated. Don't WanNa do that so did a somewhere kind of close to home. Also also I would not recommend going after about one o'clock in the afternoon we know that with our votes with dementia. They'll begin to sundown on even if they're sundown is very mild. It's still a more difficult time of the day. Sundown in can start as early as to climb afternoon and the closer we get to the nighttime hours. The worst sundown he he is so maybe going out to dinner is not in your future with your loved one. Maybe you need to hire someone to conceal them so you can go to that restaurant and by. Golly you need to do that. Yvonne de Girlfriend to go with you unless you're married male. Don't don't find a girlfriend to go with that case in don't say that lady that teaches about dementia don't me to go get a girlfriend and go out to eat. Don't do that the get an appropriate friend to go out to eat with you but going going early in the day even consider going for lunch at maybe eleven o'clock that's early on a lot of assisted livings will serve their lunch at eleven o'clock in. That's because so many of our folks do better at that time of day. We all do better in the morning. Did you know that. Because as I've told you got that Roomba Vacuum Acumen your brain that when you go to sleep comes in and it removes toxins from your brain so that when you wake up your fresh in your note your brain works better in the morning hang our than it does in the evening hours and that's especially true if we have dementia so we want to get them out early. Maybe even eleven o'clock launch call ahead of time. Tell them you're coming saying this is what you've got going on. You're going to need a little extra assistance in Can you see us somewhere with a waitress. Who are waiter who knows in advance what we're dealing breath? Tell them that you would like your loved ones food cook for them. Maybe they need the chicken cutter their state cut. You know I don't eat meat. Aw but whatever you need their sandwich cut into pieces on whatever you might need could you go make sure with the baked potato. Could you amash it before you bring it out. Whatever your special requests are most good restaurants are gonNA accommodate that and of course you're gonNA tip thanked him for having Donna? But YOU'RE NOT GONNA get it if you don't ask so let's ask for that in the don't be embarrassed if your loved one makes a mess on themselves. I can tell you that when my grandmother went out to eat my aunt carried with her a very pretty bip that bill quote back here but it was decorative it was was pretty and she put it on her when they went out to eight and then she took it off and put it in her person went home. That's a thought for you. I also liked the cards. That people carry a little business cards that might say this is my loved one John He has dementia. Please be kind to him and when the waitress or the waiter comes up you just hand it to Liam. They read it in their made aware of the fact that they're working with someone who has some special needs. Think it's a great idea. Make sure that you have planned that menu in the advance that you know exactly what they're going to order when the when they sit when they seed you neighboring you the the menu just hand.

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"hallier" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"The word country. How you let us to believe that Beavis and Butthead edited out they edited out the context, they clearly they clearly edited out the context and made it sound like I was okay with just look at they listen to it again that one of the complaints was the writer for country or a country house with. House entry how that outhouse that is. Patry Hallier country house. They added the house with everybody knows if you play this play were country or a country house, then you know, the country or no safe stop stopping at their country Hort they edited the context out of the sound bite. You can't do that. That's low-life Beavis and Butthead tricks country or no stop it. Play it a country house with a country or a country or a country. How I'm clearly correcting a mistake. Entry hor. I believe earlier that you said country horse. Listen, you did not. Country or a country house, which clearly just cut it off before the s so that I could be like our country. Or means I'm going to change some oh does it. When you say, I'm gonna chase something coming country horror. How no no, no, no. There's no freaking kidding me country. Or no that is not do not continue to pet you. Wait, Beavis and Butthead fake news horror stopped being like the liberal media country acting like the liberal media country or do you have a play house, which every country house? Stop it. Stop it or country house with no house. Which? The country or which. Country house with. You're such an at just saying you want do this dictionary. Now, you want take break do the dictionary. Whatever you wanna do next. So in four minutes on this case. So this teacher put together a dictionary of slang terms used by jen's e what I'm gonna do is test and see how in touch with gen Z super, David. It's not gonna be can decipher it'd be like it'd be like trying to decode cuneiform for him. We'll see if it can decipher what these words may next on NewsRadio eight forty WFAN. Okay. Back to mother's day. I am which going to clear jewelers that time. I will let you say house because I'm talking about the clear babes there in the west village local jewelers for more than sixty years mother's day's coming up. And they've always got you covered guys and just like Valentine's Day, you'll still get an expertly gift wrap gift is the right word there and chocolates. So what? Do they have while the specials, and this is one of the most popular things I've ever done. They have real flowers that have been turned into pendants. They have daisies and roses real flowers. You can wear and they'll never will just thirty nine dollars in grave -able jewelry. Maybe get something with the kids names or your name or let her decide how she wants to engrave her kids onto her jewelry starting at just fifty seven dollars. They have birth stone..

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"hallier" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"We've seen twenty million times has a moment in the campaign for like the DVD release where they're like, you think Thanos is a bad guy. He wants to kill half the universe. Walter wants to kill. Go see this movie tower on DVD their minds me of there was an added that was in the newspaper once when incredible hulk came out on DVD just as good as iron, man. Said greg. In the marvel marketing department. I was like oh come on. That's not a winning sales slogan. Anyway, there's a lot of there's some fancy fighting and rolling gets girder dropped on him. There's the part as we mentioned on a catches a bullet. And then toss it back real fast. Like, he's skipping stone across the lake and it looks hilarious. Roland gets a teaches son to do it. Great. If they're to some day, all this will be yours. But then I'm gonna destroy together G debt, like to be honest that would've made the movie instantly more interesting to me as if he was like a loving, dad. Many skips. I can get with this bullet. Can't get them. And all he's got practice. I wonder if this a lot longer day, you'll learn it soon. Now, let's go to jail. Yeah. I remember him from the office that one season and intracellular like that whatever one remembers me from where I was almost JAMES BOND, but racism. Join this movie that Elliott and Hallier starring. The idea that there's like a super villain who really needs to bond with his signs. Let's destroy the universe. Together. Loves the awesome powers move. You're right. They did that. Never mind. Forget it Scott all this movie. Does also have the crime of of having friend Cran's in it from Dollhouse and cabinet in the woods and totally not them. I don't want him the movie at all. Pelly you waited this long Cowley. He went to college with somebody was in the movie, and you know, he was in the. No, I went to college with the sister of dean camper and from SC. That's what I tell everybody. This. Who was a who was he in the movie? Kind of. Like, it's kind of like his major Domo and is weird. Like, there's always like, it's not working. Yeah. That was it was an unauthorized Portland. Tree that he's gives bed knew he was the only fucks up. And then mad Madonna is way of punishing him is burning some other lady's face. He's he's the guy there's gun in every one of these movies who's the the main site the bad guy. And he's the one character who can give the bad guy bad news and not get killed like in. Who was the Star Wars is one Admiral that Darth Vader loves any doesn't kill him. I've got it. All right, good. Let me buckle my seat belt. The I sorta to know whenever whenever it wasn't happening on keystone earth. So they're fighting anyway Jada celebrity to help Roland at his lows moment.

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"hallier" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"Heavy. Trashy heavy today. Janea somewhere not screaming in my ear. And I'm grateful. He man. So the government is reopened, you know, on like like on from like some clarity day like a ninety day probation Irag might even I don't even know super ears aided. But I'm glad you know, for those who deserve to get paid. And like haven't been getting paid. It's this is just been disgusting. And it's just the whole purpose behind it as disgusting, and the reason behind him open, the government is discussing because he didn't reopen the government out of the kindness of his heart or knowing that people needed to work and make money and like provide for their families, and we're putting their cars up for sale for groceries and into make rent and all kinds of crazy shit. No, he reopened the government because his friend got indicted. I thought that I mean, I could be wrong. But it doesn't it's not lost on me that the convenience of the reopening also falls around things like the Super Bowl like major money making periods. Yes. In in this country all star weekend. So major events are happening within the next minute shutdown right before tax return, exactly. And I feel as though, you know, the bottom line will always be the dollar. And I mean, just even in the interest of safety like you cannot have air traffic controllers into USA and all the other government officials. But specifically those who, you know. Monit or work in travel and transportation. With that kind of money moving. No in this country. I feel like that may have something to do with that is just my own theory. No, one told me that would just kind of talking in the at the beauty parlor on Friday, and that kind of came up, but. Either way you slice. It black is beautiful as right? Yeah. But yeah, he did it because this friend was getting indicted. That's what I think. And like, I think it also is a combination with that in all of the money making Vince such as the Super Bowl, but it was served as a distraction. You know, what he thought it was serve as the distraction because if you haven't looked into the Roger stone business get into it. It's heavy so Cardi that deal with Pepsi and has another Super Bowl commercial cause remember she had one last year. And then khloe in Hallier also performing at the Super Bowl. So I know really. Yeah. It's been a lot of I've seen a lot of things about that. You know, people feel a lot of ways, and, you know, my house in particular is is, you know, we knew cabinet we stay here for Nick. But you know, we're not big football people. And it's fine. Like, whatever you all choose to do. I know a lot of negative who watch football, no legs. Who don't I'm not getting ready to pass judgement on anybody khloe Halley, though. Like, you know, I, you know, they gotta get their coin. I guess if we wanna look at the silver lining of it like at least they're trying to get black performers in there. So it could be worse. It could just be like no representation whatsoever. So I don't know take that as you will. But you don't know how about it. Yeah. I, you know, right. I tried to find something positive in it. And I'm like, all right. You know, like clothing like, but. We like khloe Halley. So it makes it difficult. Right. But. We like a lot of people, and they will get to that something positive beyond say's coming back with new music soon. Lou the dream said he's working on music with she. And I think we all knew it because we saw the Braves for so long. So we knew something was coming. She's been kind of quiet, you know, although she could just be a mother does that lottery. She does have three she s three. One of those threats threesome migos. Three musketeers migos? She's got three kids. So she could very well. Just be doing that. But every time we see the braids..

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"hallier" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on KGO 810

"It's calling me. And that was the last say ever saw the woman again, whether that's true or not, but I've heard of pyramid items like that is that is that something that's not true. Or what do you think? Greg. Well, I mean pyramids. You know, they've been a mystery for a long time. And there's a lot of people who believe that the pyramid shape condenses and focuses energy. I I'm not aware of this the story that the your listener is talking about. But it sounds fascinating. But the idea of being drawn to these things we're seeing a lot of that type of thing investigating the case and Hallier, it's it's it really goes back to the idea of of even say, the idea of being drawn into something the old legends of the lady in the lake, you know, Rhoda drowning people they're pulling them into something. There's an allure to the phenomena itself that I think is it's in translating. Did you ever come across any hitchhiker ghost stories actually funny enough? One of my best in earliest memories was actually coming across the hitchhiking ghosts myself with my friend, Jason listening to coast to coast. Oh, no get away from the ghost on six six. Oh, six. I remember, exactly. And we were driving around listening to the program. Sure enough. There's a woman hitchhiking down the road. And we thought well, this is a very dangerous place is a very rural place, and we stopped the car, and we looked in the rear view mirror, and she was gosawx. What would you do if you drove on and found her looking in the rear view mirror? I probably would not be with you to talk. No freakout on that one Erin in riverside, California. Go ahead. Erin. Thank you for having me. Thank you. And just good questions here. I'm looking to buy a new house pretty soon. I wanna to know they said there was no deaths on that home. And I wanted to know what's the best way to cleanse. The how. Yeah. Also for the past couple of years. I've been noticing. I'll make the show like every time. I looked at the clocks numbers or anything. I'm always shooting eleven. Yeah. Well, the numerology Glenis McCann's would tell you that you're kind of enlightened when you see eleven eleven or one eleven but very quickly, Greg as we wrap things up putty cleanser house, well, this is Dana Dana, how do you do that? I usually suggest people to use sage ages essentially like the power washer of energy work. So sage is going to clear out all all energy, that's kind of attached to a place. Whether it's good or it's bad, burn it or just lit around. You burn it. If you can have an odd baloney shell.

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"hallier" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on KTRH

"That Dana is a fantastic Terrel reader, and okay, she she tends to pull terro on most. Every investigation we ever go on because regardless of what you think about it kind of makes you take stock of the situation at hand and think think a little bit differently. Does the tarot for you? Dana have you change events or the way that you were going to do something. I think absolutely. It has a for me was always in this really great tool for paranormal investigation because it gives you insight into something that maybe you don't necessarily have quite on the surface at that point. Time. So this really a great tool for me, and especially throughout the investigation, and I use it quite a bit in Hallier when we get two points where we're sort of just looking at each other going what direction? Do we go in next, and it can tend to be this really great conduit for kind of pointing us in the right direction. I'm constantly using tarot. Our investigation, lots of compliments on the videography of the documentary who shot the thing this actually, the the reason the whole project happened was because of our friend Karl Pfeiffer, a incredibly talented videographer and editor he's the guy who he heard me talking about the case. And as I was talking about the case, he was he was listening, and he watched our our website automatically random tweets something about the case that crazy synchronicity. And so he he really pushed and prodded for it. And he made it look just beautiful used. Wide angle lenses on it cinema cinema cinematographer that.

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"hallier" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on KTRH

"Were telling us about UFO is the size of football fields that were hovering over the place. And then, you know, our second trip there which was two years later with with Carl and Connor. Our other investigators. They it was a totally different vibe. I think people were a little more distrusting because we had camera equipment. And we clearly did look like we were from the area. And it took us a while to warm people up to get them to tell us about some of these strange things that they were experiencing now you've you've dealt with other paranormal things before both of you have. How would you categorize this case in the Appalachian mountains compared to some of these other places you've been I mean, this this is way less straightforward Dana, and I come from ghost hunting backgrounds and paranormal internal investigation, we're dealing with very very go. See stuff poltergeists things like that. This is so much bigger and stranger and weirder. You know, we're not you apologised, and we were dealing with UFO stuff. We were were not crypto zoologist, and we were dealing with with strange creatures in strange footprints, much, broader and. A lot more difficult to track down because it seems to us like the phenomena shifts and shapes depending on the time period. And depending on how people are looking for it very lucid, what is the so-called ESTES method. What is there? So they asked us method is a method that our friends Carlin Connor who again, our fellow investigators actually came up with an ESTES park, Colorado, and it utilizes spirit box, which is a pretty common ghost hunting tool a set of really good headphones and something to cover your eyes with and basically what you're doing. Is. You have a person sitting with the spirit boss and the headphones plugged into it. And they're listening to what's coming through on the spirit boss, and then you have the other investigators that are sort of standing around this person asking the questions, and the idea is that the person with headphones on is completely. Cut off from the rest of their senses. So if the questions that were asking lineup was what the person is saying, then that's something. Interesting. We can kind of look at that. As potentially something else communicating with us. So that's us. Now, the spirit boxes that the one that George Meeks invented. I think it's close. I think it's a variation of that. Yeah. Okay. The the SBA seven is the most popular one, and it's been on the market for ten twenty years, and it's pretty defensive and how people use it. I for one am not a fan of them. But after I saw the essence method performed I was blown away. I mean, the answers and responses that come from the the person who's acting as the receiver who is not hearing the questions asked. That's stunning to me. And I think that's whether that's coming psychically whether that's coming from some sort of technologically assisted medium ship. I don't know. But it's interesting enough that it's made me respected the method. What kind of other equipment, Greg? Do you guys? Bring. I mean anything from thermal cameras night vision cameras things like that. We don't make a lot of use of them in Hellier because really what people are seeing in Hallier's. They're seeing a lot of the boots on the ground work. They're seeing us talking to the locals and trying to get information from the locals, you know, one of the things that we make use of quite a bit is the fact.

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"hallier" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

15:54 min | 2 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Five five one seven. That's PAC to three five five one seven. Welcome back. Dana Matthews with us. Greg Newkirk and your phone calls this hour as we talk about their investigation into the mountains. Of course there documentary is called Hellier based on the city in Kentucky. Interesting. Now what the town looked like Greg? I mean, it's it's more of a holler than anything. There are some larger towns or the town of pike Ville, not too far away which is more of a city, but there's not much to Hallier. That's just basically one gas station a lot of old mining roads. Did they name the name after hell or something else? I think that there was a guy. I think his name was John Hellier something some teams that have. Yeah. But very very odd name for a very odd case, it sure is now Dana with your practicing work as a witch. How were you able to use that in your investigation? So for me again, you know, magic is something that I love to utilize when we're talking about. So again, you know, one of the things that I do is I use tarot I will set up communication alters things to sort of nudged a little bit to to sort of nudge towards the activity, and let them know that we're we're there, and we're looking to communicate with it were you ever in a position where you said, I'm not sure we should be doing this. I think I'm always kind of. I'm a bit of a chicken. But I I kind of just oh my God. I think that you know, I've been in situations before where I felt it wasn't a good idea. But really, you know, as far as hell your goes. I don't think that I ever felt like at that point. It wasn't a good idea that potentially might happen. You know at some point in the future, but at least up to now not specifically with with Hallier's. Did you feel comfortable in the town? I was I was pretty nervous. I mean, it's it's a very small town. And everyone knows that you're not from there. So the first thing that happens is you definitely get a sense of sort of paranoia creep over you. Because no matter what you know that every person who's walking past you're driving their car passed us wondering who you are while you're there, and then when they see cameras there there, especially sort of they become paranoid. Because they don't know why you're there literally the first thing that happened to us as we sat. With a map sprawled out on our our hood in the gas station parking lot, a very friendly guy came up and said watch who you trust here. Don't follow anyone into the mountains. Don't listen to anyone who says they know what you're looking for watch yourself. Greg. Did did you ever question? Your yourself your sanity for doing all this. I questioned my sanity more now after everything that happened in Hallier. I mean, it really it really does feel at this point like. We did what the phenomena wanted us to do. And every time that we went to a place where we were being pushed to something else would happen. It was like it would trigger something. And that's something that's cascaded into absolute insanity. I mean, there's a point where a very good friend of ours. A fellow researcher. John Tenney, we called him on the phone at three AM because we were we were losing our minds and even suggested to step away for a while because we will go crazy. Was he right? I think I think we there's enough of us with level has that we kinda keep each other on the straight and narrow we I think one one of us starts to kind of tip over the deep end. There's somebody there to kind of pull them back, which is nice when you have you know, four or five people that can kind of need that sounding board. Yeah. Exactly exactly if it was just one of us, maybe even just Dana. And I we'd probably already be gone. What do you think? I know you're working on documentary part two. But what do you think the end game will end up being with us? Man. That's a great question. We're still figuring that out. But I think one of the things that we're we're one of the things we're desperately trying. Now is we're trying to establish some kind of idea as to where the next flap will be based on all of the data that we've been able to gather. That's one of the big things is is why is this stuff happening in the Appalachia's? Yeah. What is it about this place? And why were we pushed in that direction? Who is Teri wrist is he going to contact us again, those are some of the big question and these little goblins again could they be little ET's? I think it's absolutely possible. A lot of these stories that you hear there are these connotations that they are extraterrestrials there, these these small creatures that people have seen whether it's you know, hopkinsville whether it is what was going on in Hellier. They the description of them look quite a bit like your traditional grey alien. So I think that there's there's an aspect of them that either is extraterrestrial or something wants us to believe is extraterrestrial, which is maybe the more interesting part. Let's go to the phones. Now. Eric in Indiana truck, driving for us, Eric. Control guy. How's everybody doing everything? So we've missed you wherever you Ben oh out here. Trying to survive earn eleven truck. Driving trying not freeze. The I was gonna say even in Indiana is a cold up there. Oy. It's only about fourteen right now. The other day. I got a cold pocket over knowing my outside temperature gauge read minus twenty two hours to be that way this week. I'm afraid. Absolutely. Okay. Go ahead. Anyway, I was gonna ask the guests. If they ever heard about any cases where some of these smart, Alex in their infinite wisdom decided it was in their best interest to antagonize restless spirits and end up having bad things happen to them. Greg. What do you think of that? Oh, all the time. I think that's one of the one of the calls that we get the most or people who have responded to something in a not so nice way, you know, one of the things that we're constantly preaching, and we have our work cut out for us. Because this isn't what pop culture breaches is that when something is being a nuisance something of a supernatural nature. It's really just trying to get you to pay attention to it. And so, you know, it's it's like a grumpy person you are rising it, it's probably gonna antagonize you back. Are there some that just don't respect the other side? Oh, I think I think that. I'm going to be delicate and how I word this. But I think that a lot of the pop culture that has been put out there has taught people that they don't need to. And that's the only way to get a response from the other side is by attacking icing it so I think that that's something of an epidemic. These days next up. Let's go to Joe in Long Island, New York Joseph. Go ahead. Hi, Greg and Dana. He said people were kind of observing you in some cases that these people's almost seem like within the Madame plaques phenomena or could say something happened with several players are on the scene. The men in black show up then the Warlock show up and and within that. Some people demonstrate powers like they could move a vehicle with their one hand or or St. stop a boat or would that be along the lines of witchcraft or have you observed something like that where people have like unusual strength or can move that surreal objects. Well, I'll start with you. First question of feeling a observed, you know, one of the things that we did is because Alan Greenfield's book plays such a part in this investigation. We reached out to him. And we said, you know, here's this guy. His name is Terry risk. We know that you interviewed him. He emailed us. Do you think this is the real guy? He seems to think that we are have been in contact with men in black and that they have played a role in pushing us in different directions this investigation. So if that's it. Whether that's true or not, I don't know. But I know that we have distinctly felt at different moments that there were people around who are paying a lot of attention to what we were doing. And there was something not quite normal about them. As for your question about, you know, people having supernatural powers, I would love to see somebody move a car or a boat with their with their mind. I've met people that have you know, they they can shut down electron IX people that walk under street lamps and blow streetlamps out that's about the extent of what I have seen personally. But of course, there are plenty of people out there who claim to have some pretty unique powers. But I think that if they did they would do well to keep them to themselves and probably do your documentary. At least the first five parts are free. Aren't they? Yeah. Absolutely free. Yep. It was a big point. We wanted as many people to see it as possible. So we put it on multiple platforms. It's on Amazon prime streaming. It's perfect. Yeah. It's on YouTube people can even direct download it from the website if they want so we wanted to make it as acceptable as possible. Because once people see it, they're part of it. Is it scary at all? I think it's very scary. I think that I mean it really gets in your head. And I think that Carl did an amazing job of capturing the feeling of the experience, which I think is a really Irie uncomfortable, and at times, really terrifying. Experience shot it almost like a movie didn't he? Yeah. I mean, it's beautiful. He he really sort of wanted to create this visual place that kind of sucked people into the story right away. Which is exactly what happens it's beautiful, and it's easy to sort of feel as if you're right there with us. And I think that that general vibe it kind of creeps into your brain. And you think about it after you've watched it, and I think that is a bit more creepy than anything else. Let's go to Daniel and Seattle Washington now. Hi, Daniel co-head, sir. Hi. I occasionally listen to the radio when I'm driving back from from school and just listening to you guys. And I didn't want us to send him at first. But you guys sound a little like the couple from the country, which I thought was school. Gators. With the close stuff. But I guess like question was have you guys thought of like expanding the scope of where you guys look this up like, maybe say, Peru because actually I come from indigenous background, and I know like, my mom, she wants I went to the forest in with your friend, and your friend actually got lost up there in stumbled onto what he believed he saw like little creatures dancing. Well, they call it the cheapie Chapa of there is like. Have you ever just like to say to maybe to spend expanded scope Saudi places like oh, sure. I think they will eventually but go ahead, Greg. I think that's the plan. You know, one of the things that Hellier is is it it is a prologue to a much bigger investigation. And we've already now I mean, we've been all over the country, and I wouldn't be surprised if if the scope eventually expanded outside of the country, it really just depends. Maybe that'll be, you know, seasons these five or six have you had other paranormal investigators wanting to jump on your bandwagon and participate. I mean, I think that there's there's always going to be a level of that. When there's a case that is unique and interesting, and the one thing that we really like is the fact that we know and our good friends with so many people from so many different investigative backgrounds that you know, we want people to to be part of this case leave people's help because we're not. Experts and everything as much as I wish we were. So part of the reason that Hellier was released for free and on so many platforms of the fact that that's actually part of the investigation because now it's out there and people can send us their reports. And we can get in touch with people who are are experts at stuff that we are not so yeah, the the field is is huge. And we want to take advantage of it. Do you find Greg that you get better? And better as an investigator. The more cases you do. I think I think not just that. But I get better and better as an investigator the more I work outside of my comfort zone. So the more that I, you know, hang out with people that have different views than I do. You know, the if you'd asked me what I believe, you know, five years ago, it would be very different than what I believe. Now, and the more I've expanded that scope, and the more that I've I've made friends entrusted people who have different views than I have. The more. I realize a lot of this stuff is all the same thing. And we're all just looking at it through our own individual lenses. Dana give us a story of your in your career of one of the strangest paranormal things you've investigated. That's a that's a good question. So the one thing that pops into my head initially is probably one of the most terrifying experiences that I've ever had it's in a place in Ontario, Canada and an caster called the Hermitage. And basically, it's the ruins of what was once a huge mansion, it's just become a historical or areas. So you can kind of walk around and look at what's left over. And there's a lot of stories that are associated with the land. And when I was filming the girl, he goes hunters back in the early two thousand we were filming in this specific location and myself, and my fellow investigators and a few crew members were sort of off in the corner of one of his area one area of the Hermitage, which is again surrounded by woods. So there's you know, acres and acres of woods around this, desolate small area. And and a group of us watched three every tall, very long. Being the best way I can describe him as they looked as if they were encased in static. So it was like a television static. They were tall. There were no really defining features. There were three of them and they walked out of the woods towards us. And essentially what they started to do was hurt us like we were cattle off the property, and it would have been one thing if it was me who sought even if my fellow investigators sought, but our crew also side and most of them were very sceptical. Most of them didn't really believe in the paranormal. So to have a bunch of, you know, crew members that don't believe in this kind of stuff seeing and witnessing exact same thing that we were was incredibly terrifying. I bet. Yeah. They had a very strange feel to them as if they were they weren't they weren't human and they had never been human..

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"hallier" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Think it's close. I think it's a variation of that. Yeah. Okay. The the SP seven is the most popular one, and it's been on the market for ten twenty years, and it's pretty definitive and how people use it. I for one I'm not a fan of them. But after I saw the SS method performed I was blown away. Way. I mean, the answers and responses that come from the person who's acting as the receiver who is not hearing the questions asked. That's stunning to me. And I think that's whether that's coming psychically whether that's coming from some sort of technologically assisted medium ship. I don't know. But it's interesting enough that it's made me respect the method. What kind of other equipment, Greg? Do you guys? Bring. I mean, anything from, you know, thermal cameras night vision cameras things like that. We don't make a lot of use of them in Hellier because really what people are seeing and Hallier's they're seeing a lot of the boots on the ground work. They're seeing us talking to the locals and trying to get information from the locals, you know, one of the things that we make use of quite a bit is the fact that Dana is a fantastic Terrel reader, and okay, she she tends to pull terro on most. Every investigation we ever go on because regardless of what you think about it kind of makes you take stock of the situation at hand in think think a little bit differently. Does this terrible for you? Dana have you change events or the way that you were going to do something. I think absolutely. It has for me taros always in this really great tool for paranormal investigation because it gives you insight into something that maybe you don't necessarily have quite on the surface at that point. Time. So this really a great tool for me, and especially throughout the investigation, and I use it quite a bit and Hallier when we get to points where we're sort of just looking at each other going what direction? Do we go next, and it can tend to be this really great conduit for kind of pointing us in the right direction. So I'm constantly using tarot. Our investigation, lots of compliments on the videography of the documentary who shot the thing this actually, the the reason the whole project happened was because of our friend Karl Pfeiffer was a incredibly talented videographer and editor he's the guy who he heard me talking about the case. And as I was talking about the case, he was he was listening, and he watched our our website automatically random tweets something about the case that crazy synchronicity. And so he he really pushed in product for it. And he made it look.

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"hallier" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on KTRH

"Okay, she she tends to pull terro on most. Every investigation we ever go on because regardless of what you think about it kind of makes you take stock of the situation at hand in think think a little bit differently. Does the tarot for you? Dana have you change events or the way that you were going to do something. I think absolutely. It has for me tells always in this really great tool for paranormal investigation because it gives you insight into something that maybe you don't necessarily have quite on the surface at that point. And. Time. So it's really a great tool for me. And especially throughout the investigation, and I use it quite a bit in Hallier when we get two points where we're sort of just looking at each other going what direction. Do we go next, and it can tend to be this really great conduit for kind of pointing us in the right direction. I'm constantly using tarot. Our investigation, lots of compliments on the videography of the documentary who shot the thing this actually, the the reason the whole project happened was because of our friend Karl Pfeiffer was a incredibly talented videographer and editor he's the guy who he heard me talking about the case. And as I was talking about the case, he was he was listening, and he watched our our website automatically random tweets something about the case that crazy synchronicity. And so he he really pushed in product for it. And he made it look just beautiful used. Wide angle lenses on it cinema cinema cinematographer that you've never seen in one of these types of projects. Now, the fact that you're working on season two tells me that you're not complete yet. It's not finished. There are so many dangling threads. There's there's a there's so much more to investigate again. You know, Hellier is just the start. It's just a prologue. And even in just know, we shot this in two thousand seventeen people are just seeing it. Now, it's only been out for a week the amount of information that we've been able to gather since then is staggering. And I think people are going to be shocked at the things that we've discovered in that time, what would you hope to accomplish? I think for us. I mean, we really went into this project with the idea of creating something that sort of push the Brown boundaries a little bit because of the nature of what we're investigating. It's a bit abstract and strange, and so really from everything from the way that it looks to the pacing of it. We really wanted to kind of challenge sort of the paranormal television tropes, and the things that have been set in place for many years. And so our our hope is really that it inspires people to make their own projects, and it inspires people to get out there and investigate. And and, you know, do it with with that kind of passion is really palpable. Historically, how old is this area. Oh, I mean, it's it's from the coal, boom. One of the things that we found out while we were investigating is many of the roads that we drive up only exist because they were roads that led to the old vine. So it's it's fairly old. And the other interesting thing is.

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"hallier" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

14:37 min | 2 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And welcome back to coast to coast Paula Harris with us our final segment here. Paula of everything you've done in this field. What for you has been the most satisfying? Probably the Latin American work that I'm doing right now. It's just a whole different ballgame down there because I don't have to vet the people as much there when I talk to people that contact have contact. It's it's, you know, they're real they they're they're emotionally. They give me an idea of what the agenda might be for the extraterrestrials visiting. I am very very happy to be working in Latin America, mostly now, I'm going to Chile I'm gonna be in Perot. I've been to Argentina Colombia. And it's a whole other world down there, George, she'll that's the most satisfying. I think and then I wanted to tell you I think I'm a consciousness life, and you're going to be there too. Sure. Shortly. So get to see you there in Emory. Is there Emery we'll be there to that? We can tell our listeners. Absolutely. These are exciting times Paula. They really are. I think two thousand nineteen in spite of what's happening in Washington. We'll be pretty good for the people. What do you think? I think I think that there's some benefit to looking at what is happening in the world. We can see what we don't want. We kind of look at what we do want. It gives us a mirror to humanity. So yes, I agree with you two hundred two thousand nineteen going to be an amazing year back to the calls. Let us go to Joe in Long Island, New York to get us started high Joseph, fascinating discussion, caressed and extreme sports. People. You're breaking up a lot. Then show. Let's see if we get you back a little bit. You're still there. Yeah. I want to ask about your your meetings with the astronauts, and what type of personalities you were able to derive from them. And in terms of them being risk, takers. Well, you know, th there takes a certain type of person to take risk. Edgar Mitchell was was probably the closest that I was to also did the Clark mcclinton McClellan case where he was a ground crew astronaut, and he observed he said in space a being a human being talking to our after nuts and the payload of the shuttle, Clark mccown K cases, very famous. They're, you know, those that's where all this happens. If you ask me where the greatest cover up would be I should say think would be there because I'm sure when you're going out into space somebody's noticing. I am sure that they've had all kinds of film footage. I mean at one time there used to be the NASA outtakes with all the U F O's. It used to follow the space shuttle and the different, you know, Apollo and Gemini missions. And so forth. So I think that a lot of what really happened at NASA needs to tell us about. Let's go to Bob in Montana. Welcome to the show. Hey, bob. Go ahead. George. I just wondered if anybody besides me ever see that seem to meter UFO's that are shaped and trying to put together like sugar too. So I was out at about one thirty two o'clock in the morning those cared for by wife. She had multiple sclerosis. It finally took her, but I just cared for her got her to sleep. I went outside and I smoke about this time. I think it was about this time of year forty two below zero. Thanks to a Craig radio. I do the ceiling was fourteen feet. Temperature was minus twenty two degrees. And I saw seven approximately beater. They look like sugar cubes with light setup. They were performing stunts that or just absolutely beyond. Anything of physics to explain they square off with each other charge, each other stop instantly or right? It's a boy to bit packed. They would take off about a forty five degree angle. Or a ninety degree angle rather, stay still or are. They both take off angles. They'd sweep around able to each other bis. On a day finally dissipate. Bob, how they how they take take off to tell you the truth. They didn't I watched for fifteen minutes. You're the one who probably ended up leaving. I was. Stole packs, and they look like Sugarcubes, you know, I gave it the past that the light diffusion, but I'd grab my coat and I have a pair of field glasses. And I looked out through the field four power pill glasses at all. Look like was great bigger was bigger Sugarcubes. They had the glittery surface all them. Surface. What do you think of that Paula? Well, the only person I know that photographs something, and it was a movie that photographs this is an Tony Z. If you go to look at his website, he has movies of these kinds of craft and all kinds of graft in he's out of me Llano. He's at Milan in Italy. And is a contact. He and has has similar footage and Israel last name is. I'm Tony you are like the gun like the assault rifle. How? Yeah. Yeah. And he's he's a he's working with nemo fan right now because his full film footage is during the day up close close and personal you actually see the craft. It's movies. It's not they're not photograph. So and they're amazing. I'd like to bring him to the United States is an example of film footage. You that's a standing next up. We've got Jay Louisville Kentucky. Welcome to the show. Jay, go ahead. George. George. I have no doubt. Flies. But I I can't glance blasts. So important that the government will be what they know about life aliens that what what are they hold back for? What what do you think? Paul of the real reason is governments hold back from telling us the truth. Well, there's a lot of reasons. One of them. You know, I think one could be there. They can't explain it. They can't control it. They they don't know like, we don't know the whole agenda. But the main reason I think is the economic reason I think we have had back engineering from crashes, and that that this technology is in the military industrial complex is the money making technology, and they're not about to talk about what they did in the past. And how they back engineer these things and how the industry is using them. We go to Joe in the Bronx Joseph. Go ahead. Good. How are you ready? Good. Paula. Hilliard was a guest on oh back on coast to coast, and he mentioned medical advancement, which was a scalpel that could cut on one side and quarter is when you flip it over you could quarter alone famously, do you know of any medical advances that can be tied or linked to extraterrestrial involvement. Well, this this Paul hell, you're talking about Colonel courses testimony. And I did a lot of interviews with Paul how he read court shows book, and actually I gave Paul Hallier a letter the course road to a doctor about this scalpels 'cause the doctor wanted it. And of course, told me that the Russians had it that that that this back engineered technology was like a pen could cut in a suture. And but we're talking nineteen. I if this is what Roswell. Nineteen forty seven. So we're talking sixty years ago. So yeah, I think there's stuff out there like that. We just don't know about it. The stuff you were talking about earlier about Sikora New Mexico was at the one that included Lonnie some more of the police officer, you know, the one that I'm talking about with an actual crash one month after the atomic bomb. Lonnie's more was a little bit later was a couple of years later, and that was the landing with actual being the came out of that lending, left, lending traces. But it was very close to San Antonio where this happened. Great case, wasn't it. Yeah. And Nick actually did that case. Yeah. That was real. He was a police officer some of these people are so credible. I don't know why we would question them. Let's go next to Mary and snowflake Arizona. Hi, mary. Good morning. Good morning, and thank you, George and policy for your. Franken. Honest, disclosure, bell Elvis. It's really reflect your at your and country flake is worked. Travis live. Yes. Yes. It is. Well, I seventy four headed period unusual experience at Manchester when I was quitting college up in Ashland about thirty of us went down to a centennial thing they have there. And you know, we were just college kids going to look at party right there. And you know, there was just a huge Bill people and groups everywhere, and you know, fires going and things like that sun was going down and are groups there were some some. Fryers I guess you'd call them that were walking around, and, you know, kind of like old priestly outfits, and they were called the brotherhood of the light. I still have this like business card. They ended up to us that had a chance on it about life in London and Thiessen tower may Christ returned to earth and the sun was going down. And we all saw it. Remember, it's hundreds of people their families, and this and that, and we all saw Tun was going down looking up at mount Shasta just from the trees, it was it was only shadows from the trees as the sun was going down. You can see the word Christ almost at the top about while. It was just the shadows from these trees, and you could see a perfectly. I mean almost like a billboard. You couldn't mistake. What it said or anything? I mean, it was phenomenal everybody just stopped. And no matter what condition your in. Everybody's mad. Else? Just popped open. And we were all Mr. Cole senior around with this priest and seen this son that he gave to us on this car long as it wasn't cool by everybody the whole area around the lakes top didn't start and they said grace. Like that Paula at what point does science start to mingle with what you do to get this done. Well, it started a long time ago with quantum physics started a long time ago when the lettuce with dean ratings work within tangle with quantum, you know, quantum theory. So science has already been working on this for a long time. It's just so we don't know about it in in advance science as already figured out a lot of things. So. And we shouldn't divorce this from science. This is a little kernel personal called the new science. Let's go next to Helena in Los Angeles. Hi, Helena, high high George. Hi, paula. I actually exchanged a couple emails with you years back maybe eight years ago when Michael horn of Billy Meyer, same gave me your Email because well, I was in in France in Paris in nineteen seventy two I was involved in a metaphysical a group that was visited by Sicilian farmer named Siracusa. Who had he he's an Italian? Coosa? Yeah. Right, right. You told me that he was still alive. And he's in his no he died in ninety two though. Oh, he did die. Okay. But the whole orientation of that metaphysical group shifted that very day that he came and interacted with us and showed us drawings. He didn't have any photos. It was like they each is people channeled pictures or visions of no he actually met the beings, and he was on the island of Sicily. He was our a damn ski, and he actually met the people from Venus, they were physical people. And this is why in the fifties have happened in Italy. What happened in southern California? Okay. I had the good fortune to go to big rock and the Integra Tron and so forth. I just wondered, and then you told me that you visited that group in Busia because Sean Pau pal he was the leader. Like how Vietnamese and half French and that you had been invited to visit them they're living on both. Yes, that's the Voyager into dementia know, my life is very strange. They invited me to do a lecture on the island of visa their contact..

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"hallier" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:58 min | 2 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Point of impact they would take off on a forty five degree angles. Or ninety degree angle rather? Stay still or are. They both take off all angles. They'd sweep around able to each other bis. On a day finally dissipate. Bob, are they are they take take off? To tell you the truth. They didn't I watched him for fifteen minutes. You're the one who probably ended up leaving. I was. Stole packs. They looked like Sugarcubes, you know, I gave it the past that the light diffusion, but I'd read my coat and I have to have a pair of field glasses. And I looked out if the field four power field glasses at only looked like was great bigger, bigger Sugarcubes. They had to get the glittery surface of them the surface. What do you think of that Paula? Well, the only person I know that photographs something, and it was a movie that photograph system, I'm Tony Losey. If you go to look at his website, he has movies of these kinds of craft and all kinds of graft and he's out of Milano Milan in Italy. And is a contact. He and has has similar footage is and Israel. Last name is. Until you you are like like the gun like the assault rifle. Yeah. And he's he's a he's working with tiny my son right now because his film, but he just during the day up close close and personal you actually see the craft. It's movies. It's not they're not a photograph. So in their amazing I'd like to bring him to the United States. This is an example of film footage. Should it's astounding next up. We've got j w in Louisville Kentucky. Welcome to the show. Jay, go ahead. George george. Know enough allies that I I can't grasp what's so important that the government would be what they know about life aliens that what what are they hold back for what what do you think? Paul of the real reason is governments hold back from telling us the truth. Well, there's a lot of reasons. One of them. You know, I think one could be there. They can't explain it. They can't control it. They they don't know like, we don't know the whole agenda. But the main reason I think is the economic reason I think we have had back engineering from crashes, and that that this technology is in the military industrial complex. It's the money making technology, and they're not about to talk about what they did in the past. And how they back engineer these things and how the industry is using them. We go to Joe in the Bronx. Hey, Joseph go ahead. Good. Good poorly. Paul Hilliard was a cast on a while back on coast to coast, and he mentioned and medical advancement, which was a scalpel that could put on one side and quarter is when you flip it over Duke, a quarter rise alone seamlessly do you know of any medical advances that can be tighter linked to extraterrestrial involvement. Well, listen, this Paul hell, you're talking about credit courses testimony. And I did a lot of interviews with Paul Hallier. He read court shows book, and actually I gave Paul hell your letter the course of world to a doctor about this scalpels 'cause the doctor wanted it. And of course, so told me that the Russians had it that that that this back engineer technology was like a pen could cut in a suture and the we're talking nineteen. This is Rodman's nineteen forty seven. So we're. Taking a sixty years ago. So yeah, I think there's stuff out there like that. We just don't know about it. The stuff you're talking about earlier about Sikora, Mexico was at the one that included Lonnie Samora the police officer. You know, the one that I'm talking about was an actual crash one month after the atomic bomb. Lonnie's more was a little bit later was a couple of years later, and that was the landing with actual being the came out of that lending that left lending traces. But it was very close to San Antonio where this happened. Great case, wasn't it. Yeah. And high Nick actually did that case. Yeah. And that was real he was a police officer some of these people are so credible. I don't know why we would question them. Let's go next to Mary and snowflake Arizona. Hi, mary. Good morning. Good morning, and thank you, George and policy for your Frank and honest, disclose your bowl Elvis. It's really replace driver's Welton country. Snowflake is Travis live. Yes. Yes. It is IT nineteen seventy four period unusual experience at Manchester when I was quitting college up national and about thirty of us went down to a centennial thing they had there. And you know, we were just college kids going to look at the party of the lake there. And you know, there was just a huge people in groups everywhere and fires going and things like that. The sun was going down and are groups there was some some Fryers. I guess you would call them were walking around. And you know, kind of like old free, sleet outfits, and they were called the brotherhood of the light. I still have this business card. They ended up us that had a chance on it about life. Love and peace and tower may Christ's return to earth and the sun was going down, and we all saw hundreds of people their families, and this and that, and we also have son going down looking at the mount Shasta just from the trees it was. It was only shadows from the trees at the sun was going down. You could see the word Christ almost.

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"hallier" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

10:14 min | 2 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Five. And welcome back to coast to coast Paula Harris with us our final segment here. Paula of everything you've done in this field. What for you has been the most satisfying? Probably the Latin American works that I'm doing right now. It's just a whole different ballgame down there because I don't have to vet the people as much there when I talk to people that a contact have contact. It's it's, you know, they're real they it they're they're emotionally. They give me an idea of what the agenda might be for the extraterrestrials visiting. I am very very happy to be working in Latin America, mostly now, I'm going to Chile I'm going to be in Perot. I've been to Argentina Colombia. And it's a whole other world down there, George, she'll that's the most satisfying. I think and then I wanted to tell you I think I'm a consciousness life, and you're going to be there too. Right. Sure. Shortly. So get to see you there in Emory. Is there Emery will be there to that? We can tell our listeners. Absolutely. These are exciting times, Paula they really are two thousand nineteen in spite of what's happening in Washington. We'll be pretty good for the people. What do you think? I think I think that there's some benefit to looking at what is happening in the world. We can see what we don't want. We kinda look at what we do what it gives us a mirror to humanity. So yes, I agree with you two hundred two thousand nineteen is going to be an amazing year back to the calls. Let us go to Joe in Long Island New York to get us started high Joseph. Any discussion. Arrest and extreme sports. Observer? You're breaking you're breaking up a lot. Then show. Let's see if we can get you back and we little bit. You're still there. Yeah. Paul I want to ask about your your meanings with the astronauts, and what type of personalities you were able to derive from them. And and terms of them being risk, takers. Well, you know, the takes a certain type of person to take a risk. Edgar Mitchell was was probably the closest that I was too. Also, did the Clark McLeod McClellan case where he was a ground crew astronaut, and he observed he said in space, a being a human type being talking to our astronauts in the payload of the shuttle, Clark, McCollum K cases, very famous. They're, you know, those that's where all this happens. If you ask me where the greatest cover up would be I should say think would be there because I'm sure when you're going out into space somebody's noticing. I'm sure that they've had all kinds of film footage. I mean, one time there used to be the NASA outtakes with all the UFO's. It used to follow the space shuttle and the different, you know, Apollo and Gemini missions. And so forth. So I think that a lot of what really happened at NASA needs to tell us about. Let's go to Bob in Montana. Welcome to the show. Hey, bob. Go ahead. Jordan. I just wondered if anybody besides be is ever see that seed to meter UFO's that are shaped bad trying to put together like sugar. So. I was out at about a one thirty two o'clock in the morning. I was cared for by wife. She had multiple sclerosis finally took her, but I just cared for her got her to sleep, no one outside and I smoke about this time. He I think it was about this time of year at forty two below zero. Thanks to ICU Craig radio. I do the ceiling was fourteen. Your feet at temperature was minus twenty two degrees, and I saw seven approximately to beater. They look like sugar cubes with lights at them. They were performing stunts that or just absolutely beyond editing of physics to explain they square off with each other charge, each other stop instantly or right at supportive packed. They would take off on a forty five degree angle. Or a ninety degree angle rather, stay still or are. They both take off angles. They'd sweep around able to each other bis. On a they finally dissipate. Bob, how they hardly talk take off. To tell you the truth. They didn't I watched him for fifteen minutes. You're the one who probably ended up leaving. I was. Stole packs, and they looked like Sugarcubes, you know, I gave it the past that delight diffusion, but I'd wrap my coat and I have to have a pair of field glasses. And I looked out through the field. Four power field glasses. It looked like it was great. It was bigger Sugarcubes. They had the glittery surface all of them. The surface. What do you think of that Paula? Well, the only person I know that photographs someday, and it was a movie that photographs this is an Tony Losey. If you go to look at his website, he has movies of these kinds of crafts and all kinds of craft and he's out of Milano. He's at Milan in Italy. And is a contact. He and has has similar footage and Israel last name is. I'm tony. You are. Like like the gun like the assault rifle. Yeah. And he's he's a he's working with nemo son right now because his full film, but he just during the day up close close and personal you actually see the craft. It's movies. It's not they're not a photograph. So and they're amazing. I'd like to bring him to the United States. This is an example of film footage. Should it's astounding next up. We've got j w with Louisville Kentucky. Welcome to the show. Jay, go ahead. George. George. I have no doubt flies. But I I don't I can't grasp why so important that the government will be what they know about life aliens that well, what are they hold back for what what do you think? Paul of the real reason is governments hold back from telling us the truth. Well, there's a lot of reasons. One of them. You know, I think one could be there. They can't explain it. They can't control it. They they don't know like, we don't know the whole agenda. But the main reason I think is the economic reason I think we have had back engineering from crashes, and that that this technology is in the military industrial complex is the money making technology, and they're not about to talk about what they did in the past. And how they back engineer these things and how the industry is using them. We go to Joe in the Bronx. Hey, Joseph go ahead. Good. How are you? Good. Yeah. Paula pull Hilliard was a guest on a while back on coast to coast, and he mentioned and medical advancement, which was a scalpel that could cut on one side and quarter is when you flip it over could quarterback. Alone seamlessly, do you know of any medical advances that can be tied or linked to extraterrestrial involvement. Well, this this Paul hell, you're talking about critical courses testimony. And I did a lot of interviews with Paul Hallier. He read court shows book, and actually I gave Paul Hallier letter. The course oral to a doctor about this scalpels 'cause the doctor wanted it. And of course, oh told me that the Russians had it that that that this back engineered technology was like a pen could cut in a suture. And but we're talking nineteen this Roswell. It's nineteen forty seven. So we're talking sixty years ago. So yeah, I think there's stuff out there like that. We just don't know about it. The stuff you were talking about earlier about Sikora New Mexico was at the one that included Lonnie Samora the police officer, you know, the one that I'm talking about with an actual crash one month after the atomic bomb. Lonnie's more was a little bit later was a couple of years later, and that was the landing with actual being the came out of that lending, left, lending traces. But it was very close to San Antonio or happened rape case wasn't it. Yeah. And how Nick actually did that case. Yeah. And that was real he was a police officer some of these people are so credible. I don't know why we would question them. Let's go next to Mary and snowflake Arizona. Hi, mary. Good morning. Good morning. And thank you, George in politics. You for your, you know, Frank and honest disclosure, bell Elvis. It's really report you're in trouble at your can country. Like is Travis live. Yes. Yes. It is Paul to Nigeria seventy four headed period unusual experience at Manchester when I.

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"hallier" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

Mysterious Universe

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on Mysterious Universe

"The first thing that we did is we posted them on Facebook. And we showed our friends anybody know what this is in. There were a lot of different people. You know, there were some wildlife experts some people might have been EMU. But most people said didn't make sense because they they had dermal ridges on the bottom. So those are notoriously hard to fake. They're basically like fingerprints for your feet. And it was the big foot hunters in particular that we were friends with who were especially intrigued because to them dermal ridges are humongous Steeler always talking about him. And so the conclusion everyone came to is they're probably real footprints. But no one could figure out where they came from or what made them no one had seen anything quite likes them off to this. This was about three months later, you'd totally lost contact with the God, he wasn't replying to emails he stopped sending information. So we'll see next course of action. We didn't really have one. We did as much recon as we could online. But there's there was really no information about Hallier. It's a very very small town a middle of nowhere. It's in the mountains coal mine town, it's not even saving town. It's not even it's not even designates town. It's so small Sweeney. They had like one centerpoint in town that was the ass station. But other than that there was there wasn't much. We could do and we were super worried about giving the case to somebody else. Because the there's tends to be a thing that happens when something like this pops up is eventually somebody gets hold of the case. And then everybody knows about it. And then the place was ruined. And we didn't want the place to get trampled or, you know, show up on a really bad paranormal TV show. Yeah. You have. Right. So the intriguing link with you and David is that hey said he reached out to you through a mutual friend. Someone who recommended you'll someone that you knew did you have a fund out who this guy was. So what was this connection? So the guy that he claims I knew or that we had had a mutual friend in was a guy by the name of Terry. His full name was Terry are wrist. So if that's not sound like a real name for terrorist terrorists. Exactly. It's funny. When I was watching the the episodes lost not that the previews I had because it was light at night, and I had a YouTube automatically adding subtitles, and whenever you would say, Terry wrist. It would come up as terrorists. Wow. Great. We're on a list. So obviously that stands out as a suspicious name. Okay. So someone's having a having a lawf-, you know, that's just another one of those details that made me go. All right. Is this real is somebody playing a joke on us? This is obviously not a real name. That was a really common thing. I mean at that point in time was we would get these tangible pieces of evidence, and then get kind of sucked further down this weird rabbit hole. And Terry wrist was sort of the first kind of tipping point into really really going into this weird weird rabbit hole. I mean, obviously, the the first thing I did is I took the name Terry are wrist, and I put it in in Google and just started googling around the only reference I could find to this name. There's only one and it was an a really obscure book about UFO's and the Colt by Alan greenfield came out in like nineteen ninety four called the. Secret cipher of the youth Annette's, and it I had never read anything quite like this before it was very fringe. It was all about how ultra terrestrial or creatures that were behind a lot of these types of sightings. Injured cold people like that would communicate using the book of the law that was dictated to Alastair Crowley..

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"hallier" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"And so would it would there be any reason for bread to really jump to that other side? I feel like if he comes to the realization that the makeup of this I resume, that's what he can take on that side. The bottom of level six, be blunt about this also ever since his buddy Winston went, I feel like he did kind of fall down the totem pole, but then at the same time, he probably. Feels comfortable because he was up there with other level six members twice with saved both times. So he feels more comfortable with them right now also to add to that. I don't notice this in his DR tonight. Once you find case you now I know where my loyalties level six ally die. We got this. I feel like it was kind of he was riding in line and be event that they were going to get some kind of problems this week. You would have done what he needed to do for himself. But since it was fine, he was like, you don't have to deal with this moral. I'm up for other week. Many just clarify my point in that. I think that if that, if this had a strategic reason behind it, I could get behind it even if they're going back to their lines. Like he's so ridiculous. I can't believe I would make, or I can't believe she would make a final to like, for example, if he made a final two with Hallier with Scotty or someone like that, and that was to further their own game, and then went back to the group is like, I can't believe she's falling for this. However, with rockstar, it's like they're already planning on voting her out of the house. There's really no strategic benefit for doing this. It just makes rockstar look bad. It makes them look bad, true rockstar, once they vote her out and they see in the the goodbye messages that they're mocking her. I mean, it just there's no strategic benefit for it. So I could see strategic reasoning for doing it for other situations and I can get behind this one. I just I don't like it if there's nothing strategic and it's more just to mock the person. I don't like. There's a question from Tauran on Twitter, which was dumber a Bailey, exposing her power or rockstar telling Tyler. The answer. Melissa, do you have a strong take on this one. I think that Bailey exposing her power was just such a bad move. I think she was in such a good place before then. And you know it's, it was something that maybe she says, it's not intentional, but that was, I mean she told her about it and that came out of her mouth. And yeah, she wanted to suck it back in. But like you know, Rockstars thing was just checking the answer. It wasn't like Tyler. You're wrong, go down there and go fix it like you need to get the right answer and help really helping him. It was more just like, hey, is this right? What's going on here? Failures is more deliberate and she just just that was just so bad for Bailey. So I would say that definitely Bailey revealing her power was worse. I think that Bailey's game ended more prematurely because of mistake. Then I think that rockstar, I don't know if she was going. I mean, even if she delayed the inevitable bio week. I think that it didn't really change too much for the ultimate outcome of the season. Yeah. I feel like this is a situation where Bailey had a power up until eighth eight. She could've used this. You got to replace nominations with no one. Knowing she told the one person she told initially, we were kind of like, ooh, fancy offense. He kept it to himself. Then she went to someone on the other side and told them not even one of her other alliance members. So that was a red flag. I feel like she had too many opportunities to many things. You could have done with that and she did it. Whereas rockstar had a one in three chance at veto and still ended up being at the of one in two chance at Beato. So ultimately, all she really did was change your potential opponent from Tyler Haley, and that may have benefit or, but like you said, rob, it would have been a week maybe, whereas Bailey had win equity to some degree that you lost..

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"hallier" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"hallier" Discussed on Masters in Business

"Otherwise otherwise his trouble spy magazine called this logrolling yes exactly by the way dana thieves written by james stewart who's who's a legend and then barbarians at the gate was was at coauthored yup brian burrow and john hallier yup and and also to to rock star journalists out there fear do doing god's work hmm talk about so so you mentioned a handful of mentor is primarily laron grassi's legendary yeah and lots of those folks at the street dot com i went to the four winds and they're all running major i think the who is the see the head of usa today this like all you could find people everywhere air dave callaway dave callaway no he wasn't there but there was some agai dave kansas was who's longer he is is is no longer in journalism are unaware dave i haven't of lost touch them but i'm sherman of forget a million mentors of course of corneal when you do list like this but the um he was one let's talk about investors what investors influenced you're thinking about markets well you know it was interesting the what happened to me was that i was working for this obscure operation the street dot com your nobody's really talking to me um and psychotic naturally grabbed a the people would talk to me sure the kind of desperate weirdos and quirk say young cranks and and outsiders and most of them were shortsellers um and so you know and in context this is the 90s right right and the big bulls they have access to the new york times wall street journal cnbc they have access to all the regular media right and in the business journalism was i would argue even worse than it is today and i don't think i don't have a great i think hall very good a if you're selective.

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