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"john olsen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

12:33 min | 1 year ago

"john olsen" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"A hi. and we are back with John Olson his latest book stranger west is website linked up it coast to coast AM at dot com John what do you think the people love the paranormal I mean the show was driven by the paranormal it has been for years what do you think draws people to it you know it I think it's just the unknown the the belief that that you know there are things out there that we can't explain whether it's you know scientifically yet were whatever it is and whether you know with some people's passion are UFOs and some are big foot cryptids and just the fact that that there's you know questions out there that need to be answered and that that they're almost this feeling of magic still in the air that has people you know you know driving towards a goal and a lot of people when they have a paranormal experience whether it's a ghost or UFO or whatever it is and they want to understand what it was that happened to them they want to know you know what it is that that they've seen and I think that really drives people on I remember as a child room as the as a I guess a young adult and watching the show on fox about the magician that would show trick and then he would show how it was done and I remember being so angry as a kid because it seems like it almost wiped away the magic right the surprise the all who will get the on surprise of it but I think it's that that part that we all have inside of us that still you know like a kid inside that we want to we want to believe and we want to understand indefinitely with you know we all we all are going to pass through and and pass on we're you know none of us get out of this alive so it's it's that wanting to understand. you know that there is something after this life helps people as well and also the you know those of us who have long lost loved ones the stories help us to understand that that they may be physically gone but they're not completely gone and I think that brings comfort to people as well the calls with John Olson next hour in may in the perhaps even your paranormal stories is there a dark side to the paranormal and John yeah definitely there is and most of the stories that I write about are are generally people who have stumbled across something by accident and there are definitely things that you can stumble come across I I think for example I interview to a gentleman named Tyler and his stories in the book and him and his girlfriend Jill it was the early two thousands and he was not an outdoorsman but she'd grown up camping in so he promised to take her camping so they've gone they the live just outside of sparks Nevada and they went to the the Sierra mountains did you find a place to camp. and they did and they have a nice evening he said that was a really heavy scary feeling to it but he just attributed that the fact that he he never really camped before never spent the night in the wilderness and in the middle of the night he woke up to a strange sound of someone walking in the camp and they seem to have a heavy racks in the you know deep. he and not like an animal no not like an animal animal he said it was two on two feet when he went to grab a flashlight he knocked something off in the tent and and the creature ran a little ways off he was able to get a flashlight and open up the door and shine it around and his flashlight hit the beam hit this this person what he originally thought was a person standing about thirty feet from him facing away from him he said that running away where was standing there bracing itself against the tree he was a Macy aided skinny you could see is pale skin you could see all of the bones you know in his back and at first he thought maybe it was homeless person he called out to it and Hey what's going on and it turned over its shoulder to look at him and he said the aegis yes he is the branch just calm this throat because the eyes were sunken in this the lips were pulled back from like the cool or something yes exactly and his girlfriend side as well and they both jumped up and. through all of their stuff in the in the Congress even this campsite right now I am taking off I'm out of here and he was you know just even interviewing him so many years after just the fear in his voice you know it was something very out of the ordinary and in doing some research I I I believe they went ran into what what is called a Windigo which is a native American spirit creature that's created whenever an individual turns to cannibalism is their belief okay yeah and so definitely that in that case was something evil something just dark and an extremely scary what is it about the Colonel John that even the toughest person could break down like these people in one a high tail it out of there. you know I it's just the unknown and a lot of times especially in in this person's case they were come face to face with something they never imagined was possible something out of a movie out of it and you know a horror film and I think that you know it even takes your brain a few moments to maybe even it takes years for you to go through and and really break apart what happened to you and it can be an extremely scary situation. not good so no other cryptids of course we get a we get in you mentioned earlier big foot stories that happens and I get I guess that. western type part of the United States gets a lot of big foot storage to doesn't it does yeah I get quite a few big foot stories would you say thirty percent of your paranormal stories are big foot related I'm again I'm probably close to that yeah and there's a good and makes your but yeah cool for definitely on cryptids that the vast majority of those are our big foot as sightings in northern Utah seems to seems to be quite a few of those in northern Utah and again through the U. into mountains it seems to be a hot spot for him. John Olsen with this is we're talking about his work stranger west of of all the stories that you've uncovered which ones of course would you categorize as the weirdest. what kind of stories you know I probably would go back to either cryptids or again the glitches in the matrix some of those just that it seemed to make no sense whatsoever and they don't seem to be tied to anything where you could you know if it's a haunting you can tie that to a ghost the war if the decrypted you're gonna tie it to a creature or a spirit in the forest glitches in the matrix seem to be just abnormal things that that almost seem to to toy with your brain in it you know changing your memories or you know coming face to face with the doppelganger which has happened just really strange things like that can be seen to be able to turn your whole world up on on its nose and I I think that one is really hard to explain to people well I think so too now you know with some of these stories do you ever come across stories of the devil popping up anywhere. you know I I have not been done a lot of those like I said I have the interview people who have had experiences with we do boards and come across spirits that that pretend to be one thing but are in fact another I really run into very few demonic kind of things I find lately when I interview people because of some of the television shows or because of some of the media that's out there they automatically turn to believe all I've got a demon in my house when when I interview or help them you know it can be anything from just simple things to the house or even just a haunting which you know ninety nine percent of the time I believe is just somebody who's passed on and I have a right to I like to tell people that you know even though someone's past on it's just like meeting people on the street and nine out of ten are going to be in fairly good people it's that that tenth person that may be not the best person in the world that you want to be dealing with so what do you see the other side is like life after death you know I think that it's a closer than we think I think it's almost like there is a veil between us and and those that have passed on and. and in certain circumstances whether it's an that a loved one or someone who lived in the area or is attached to a certain object and it's pretty easy that we might come across and I definitely believe that there are those that are more sensitive to that and may have more experiences that way gifts if you would but I definitely think that they're out there and they're they're all around some helpful from now on well I think so too John Olsen again with us his books latest book stranger west Piramal true stories from western United States are you ever going to branch out to the east coast. you know I hope so I hope so like I said you know I'm still collecting stories and still going a I have a couple from Texas now and just recently so definitely going to be expanding a I think that the paranormal is all over and some of my favorite things to do is after I get a story whenever I can to travel to the area and get a feel for it on my own and so I definitely would love to travel even further through the United States and and just learn more and more about the paranormal in folklore which I believe goes hand in hand with paranormal stories things that that start out as activity or experienced people have and passed down through generations as folklore. normal aspects that you've investigated which is the one that you personally you would like to witness hi I would really like to see a Sasquatch are big for you what I would yeah that that something that I would love to do at growing up I was quite the outdoorsman and when I was in high school there you know can whenever my friends were skipping school to go to the the mall or out to dinner I was skipping to go fishing or hiking and so I've spent a lot of time up there and maybe I've been close but ultimately I would love to have that experience of of seeing a Sasquatch. would you want to see somebody who was departed. yeah I mean I I believe in my experience I have I've seen a full body operation in the home that I grew up in and yeah definitely wouldn't be alright with having loved one who's passed on come back in and and talk to me I'd be alright with that what do you think he teasing you who's really arja all that's a good question you know I think a lot of what we see our our governments and aircraft but that can't explain everything that we. it would be absurd to think that we were alone in the universe with everything in it that were learning about different planets and that life is probably not as rare as we originally font. I also believe that you know for a long time people thought they were probably so far away there's no way they could get here however I honestly.

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"john olsen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

07:18 min | 2 years ago

"john olsen" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"We've got a nother great paranormal investigative based show tonight with John Olsen coming up. He is an investigator. He's written a couple of books that chronicle strange occurrences in western part of the country. And we're going to talk about the books. We're gonna talk about his investigations and his experiences. But did you hear this new story out of Florida? We often talk about and we have people on the program that are part of the church of Satan. That that that discussion. There's a lot of controversy when it comes to that. And we offer bring this stuff up. But fortunately doesn't happen as often as people might think it does. But it happened or it almost happened today. Two girls in a I think it was a middle school. Who consider themselves Satan worshippers plotted to kill at least fifteen of their fellow students in this particular middle school in Florida. According to police middle school girls who believe themselves to be Satan worship. We're there. We're their parents. I know I know they brought knives to school. They were going to do this with knives. In the way, they were going to do it was they were going to stay in the girls room in the bathroom. And as girls would come in one by one they were going to kill them with knives. Is wrong with people they were sixth and seventh grade girls and at one thirty pm yesterday, the Bartow police school resource officer which was assigned to the school. Was called into the principal's office because a teacher had discovered the girls basically, the teacher saw them with a couple of strange objects not knives, but made the teacher suspicious enough to look a little bit more closely and in their backpacks. They had these a butcher knife data pizza cutter they had a knife sharpener. They had a bunch of other various utensils and knives. And and they admitted their plot. They were going to sit there and wait till kids came in and they were going to wait for the smaller ones to come in. So that they could overpower them and make them their victims. What has what what is wrong with the world today? I don't know. I mean, these kids were eleven and twelve years old. I mean, he reminds me of the of the case of the two girls that were supposedly influenced by slender man and ended up stabbing one of their very very close friends as a tribute to slender, man. Fortunately, the girl survived. But man, and this goes a little. Further because the according to police these girls intended to slay these victims, and then they were going to drink their blood that was their plan. Now, let me do you think that it's non-involvement from the parents? I mean, my children never really had any issues with them, especially no, no, violent issues like this or or just strange things of that nature. We've always been very involved in their wives and very open discussion. And it just it really makes you wonder doesn't it? Well, I, you know, I often think that too. I feel the same way I'm close to my kids, and I've always been a big party. Oh. Admit to I've always been a big part of their everything they do whether they like it or not I've been a big. And and you know, so we've grown close there. They've grown up close that way. But you know, and so you assume that the kids that stray in this particular way, their parents aren't paying attention. But then again, I hear stories of and maybe it's just the way it's portrayed. But I hear stories of kids that do similar things that have a an ideal family life, and you in which makes you scratch your head even more. How how can they be in a very very loving, comfortable, home and still stray that way? So I suppose it's not isolated to those that aren't being paid paid attention to other parents, but you'd have to think that the more apparent is involved, the more likely that they would avoid these types of things. And that was the thing when we when I involved in TV, and unanimous, Jim you, and I started hanging out very shortly. After the whole the whole thing was I never wanted to miss a holiday a birthday, a family thing. I never missed a father daughter dance. I was I was here all the time for everything of any importance. I was here for all the kids games. And and you name it and. Still staying involved because that was always a fear. You you hear about a lot of these celebrities out there who spent all his time away from their family their families fall apart the kids get involved in drugs us at the other thing, and it was a terrifying thought for Chris. And I and we've always been just we've made sure we've always been there for everything. And and you've always been the same. And that's why I think this why our families have always gotten together. So well, we've gone on family vacations, together and everything. I don't know. It's but yeah, you do here. Sometimes, you know, people are still involved in the kids lives and just something business mentally unstable with that child and one final point here. The police say that they don't think the parents had any knowledge of this. I can imagine that would be true of they probably would have intervened. But you know, you got to keep an eye on your kids stay involved in their lives. And when you see something, you know, some antisocial behavior or anything that might give you a tip to the fact that they might be straying in some way, you gotta step in in in. If you need professional help, you gotta get that as well. On a lighter note. Share believes Sonny Bono comes and visits. Her on a lighter note share. The friendly ghost of Sonny Bono visits. Share according to her now Sonny Bono. Didn't he crashed into a tree ninety five? Yeah. In one thousand nine hundred ninety was yeah. He was skiing somewhere ski was a congressman at the time. Wasn't he? Yes, he was. Yeah. He was actually nothing coming up and coming politician. He's often portrayed as kind of a of the full of the group. You know, if you ever saw the teen show they had that variety show they had for while which was popular in the seventies. He's always kind of the the bumbling fool the comedic member of the team, but he was actually kind of the brains behind Sonny and Cher. He wrote some of their music managed, their business affairs. And he went on. He was looked like he was going to have a great political career and the niece obviously, couldn't avoid the tree going down a slope. Which is why I don't ski by the way. And even even after when they got divorced. They were always still close but share claims that sometimes she'll walk into one of the many rooms in her Malibu house and. Look at our chandelier in the lights are on. But she's absolutely sure that she didn't turn them on. In fact, the power switches still flipped off. She also knows house can't be haunted by earlier inhabitants either because she built it herself. Instead, she sure about this. She claims her ex husband Sonny who died in a skiing accident nineteen ninety-five. He's not haunting her he's messing with her. He's playing she told TMZ, it's a total totally peaceful thing and she likes it. It's sunny the friendly ghost. And if anybody's ready for Halloween this year, of course, it's share she claims that she loves ghosts. And she that's what she told recent Reddit AMA, I prefer ghosts to some people. Did you did you hear did you hear the new song? They're going to release. Oh god. What I got boo. Babe. Oh. Thanks. Hey,.

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"john olsen" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"john olsen" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Eight four four six eight seven seven six six nine love to hear your paranormal occurrence or someone that you know, this is Mike calling from zuri. Hey, Mike, welcome to the program. What's up guys? You want them the show? Yes. So I'd say about thirteen fourteen years ago. I was riding four wheelers with my buddy on his farm. His grandfather was right there. And we had this track that we grow through. And then also go up and around and neighbors bar and we did like time trials. So I was going pretty fast. And as I'm topping the hill coming up towards the barn. Not even out on my peripheral just kind of off to the left right in front of the barn. I see this trial. I'd say he's about twelve thirteen years old. And he was wearing blue overalls. And I mean, he was solid. It was there was a person there. And so I go around the bar, and like we normally do and I cut the engine and I holler just to see, you know. Hey is anybody on the track? Because I you know, I didn't want him playing on the track or whatever if if we're coming around and they're going fast, and I didn't get a response. So I start the motor back up and I start heading down the hill. And I'd probably say about twenty five yards in front of me. Huge. I would say like ten twelve point buck shoot out of the woods right on the path right in front of me. And I have to slam on my brakes. I he I mean, I barely missed him. And I, you know. And I go back up nine hop off the four Wheeler, I tell my friend. It's your turn and. You know, he doesn't understand what's going on. I'm just like almost almost and later, I got the whole story outcome or whatever. And you know, he didn't know the neighbor too. Well, and I'd ask them family friends about it or whatever if anybody new like that property, and if there had ever been any tragedies, and no one could say anything about it. But what I can tell you is when I went back there. It was like it was like in the evening it wasn't dark yet. But it was getting dark. I went back there the next morning. And there was nothing blue around that bar. I mean, there was a one rusty tractor. And I mean like a power would. And that was it like there was nothing blue that could have mistaken for blue overalls like this kid was there. And I don't know if it was a ghost. I don't know if it was a guardian angel, but I truly believe that if that kid hadn't shown himself to me. I would have been right here. And I mean it to this day. I really think he saved my life. Because I think we we weren't we weren't just scooting around on that thing we were going fast. So I mean, that's that's my story. And I mean, that's my only story that I would say that goes through any kind of apparition or anything that I've ever seen. But I mean it terrified me at the time. But now looking back on it. I I really think I think that kids they've my life. Yeah. I think you've got a lot to be thankful and grateful for their and we're thankful that you shared that story with us, Mike. That's that's pretty interesting. Absolutely. All right. So we're gonna take a quick break. Then bring our guest John Olsen back in Perelman investigator, we're discussing we'll paranormal investigating his experiences stories has his great books and so much more. You're listening to Jason and JV beyond reality radio. We'll be back after this. Attention all.

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"john olsen" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"john olsen" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"We're gonna get to more of your phone calls in just a few minutes. So if you're waiting and hold please be patient. We will get to those calls a reminder that tomorrow night. Tom hat says we'll be with us Tom's been on the program before he's a psychedelic historian and educator. He'll be talking microdosing harm reduction science and magic all that stuff will be on tomorrow night's program. Of course, Friday will be a best of and next week's going to be a lot of fun because we're getting into Halloween week. Yes, we've got Mr Lobo mysterious host of the late night movie program cinema, insomnia. He's gonna be hanging out with us, and as a Macias tunes when we talk about pretty much all just bad movies. Well, he says they're not just bad them. Just misunderstood. I dunno man. Some of them are just bad, which makes them fun. Yeah. It does a lot of cases it does. It does make them fun. I gotta give it that before we bring our guest John Olsen back in. I just want to mention that. We just ran out of time with our caller in the last hour kief, and there's a couple of things that need to be said about that. First of all is that if if if you still listening, you you really should seek some help to at least get some verification as to what you were saying. Is actually what's going on? And you said you were you were working with some officials or some mental health officials, and he should certainly continue with that and explore all options. Here we didn't mean to cut you off. But we just we just ran out of time. So we had to take the break, and you can find that just go to do all either the Atlantic paranormal society dot com or taps, family dot com. And that a list all the groups across the country. And I know we've got one in your area, so contact them and see if somebody can come out there and try to verify what's going on. All right. So before we take some more calls. Let's bring John back in by the way, John is the author of stranger bridge Lind and beyond stranger bridge land in his website is stranger bridge land dot com in jump. I don't know if you had anything you wanted to add as a follow up to Keith's phone call in the last hour before we take another call. No, no Mississippi. I just wanted to reiterate what you did. Definitely you want to try and get some help. With the people that you work in west and. And tax group. Verifying help you out anybody else that might be struggling with something like that. Yeah. You don't have to struggle alone. Finding someone to help you. To not feel alone in that situation. As you're writing the first book stranger bridge Lind, how long of a period of time where you collecting stories to before you published. Some of those went back. When I was seventeen eighteen when I started interviewing people from then all the way up close to. What I did was kick for the first book. I take some of my favorites in some all that. I definitely had the permission from people to do in in just a moment. My favorite ones in enrolled way. I. All right. Let's go to Karen Karen is calling from the Buffalo New York area..

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"john olsen" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"john olsen" Discussed on KNSS

"Awesome JV Johnson. We're gonna get to more of your phone calls in just a few minutes. So if you're waiting on hold please be patient. We will get to those calls a reminder that tomorrow night. Tom hat says will be with us Tom's been on the program before he's a psychedelic historian and educator. He'll be talking about microdosing harm reduction science and magic all that stuff will be on tomorrow night's program. Of course, Friday will be a best of and next week's going to be a lot of fun because we're getting into Halloween week. Yes, we've got Mr Lobo mysterious host of the late night movie program cinema, insomnia. He's gonna be hanging out with us and as a Macy itunes when we talk about pretty much all just bad movies. Well, he he says they're not just bad just misunderstood. I don't know that some of them are just bad, which makes them fun. Yeah. It does mean a lot of cases. It does make them fun. I gotta give it that before we bring our guest John Olsen. Back in. I just want to mention that. We just ran out of time with our caller in the last hour kief. And you know, there's a couple of things you need to be said about that. First of all is that if if if you're still listening, you you really should seek some help to at least get some verification as to what you were saying. Is actually what's going on? And you said you were you were working with some officials or some mental health officials, and you should certainly continue with that and explore all options. Here we didn't mean to cut you off. But we just ran out of time. So we had to take the break, and you can find that just go to either the Atlantic paranormal society dot com or taps family calm, and that a list of all the groups across the country. And I know we've got one in your area, so contact them and see if somebody can come out there and try to verify what's going on. All right. So before we take some more calls. Let's bring John back in by the way, John is the author of stranger bridge Lind and beyond stranger bridge land and his website is stranger bridge, land dot com and jump. I I don't know if you had anything you wanted to add is a follow up to Keith's phone call in the last hour before we take another call. No mississippi. I just wanted to reiterate what you did. Definitely you want to try and get some help. On continue to will like you said with the people that you're working with and and find that tax group come in. And maybe verifying help you out anybody else that might be struggling with something like that. Yeah. You don't have to struggle alone. Finding someone to help. You definitely helps out to not feel alone in that situation. As you're writing the first book stranger bridge Lind, how long of a period of time where you collecting stories to before you published. Oh, some of those went back as far as when I was seventeen eighteen when I started interviewing people from then all the way up close to that time. What I did was kick for the first book. I took some of my favorites in some all that. I definitely had the permission from people to do in in just gathered up, my favorite ones and enrolled way I punk. All right. Let's go to Karen Karen is calling from the Buffalo New York area. Hit. Karen, welcome to the program. Karen? I have an actual story. Short story. I wrote to during my head about paranormal. Just to just to be clear here. This is this something that happened to you or something you dreamed? Something I dreams. Okay. All right. Okay. It says I arrive at a very.

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"john olsen" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"john olsen" Discussed on KNSS

"But the phone number's eight four four six eight seven seven six six nine. And so if you've got something that's occurred to you the course of your life or some or someone else in your family would love to have you share that story with us because our guest John Olson's into this and it's getting towards Halloween. We need some scary story. Yeah. We really really do need to be titillated. With some scary stories. It was a big word when I chose specifically for the moment to hey, John general since our guest tonight, he is a paranormal investigator, he's the author of a couple books. One is called stranger bridge ruined. And the other is beyond stranger bridge will end and his website is stranger bridgier, Lind dot com. John welcome to beyond reality radio. Great to have young tonight. Hey, thank you guys so much for having me on and talking about some of the strange things gone on thanks for coming on. We look forward to this. So you're from northern Utah. Now, nothing strange ever happens in Utah doesn't. You know, you'd be really surprised I know that, you know, wherever you're thrown if you do some searching and digging there's there's there's stuff that goes on. But. There's been a lot that has happened. Both in my life. Age people that I you know, been able to interview and talk to help out. It's it's really kind of a strange place. And you've actually started your path of years ago. In fact, your childhood was kind of influenced by some of these types of occurrences. Tell us how you you developed your interest in the paranormal. And growing up. I grew up in a small town in northern Utah and the home that I grew up in was well over a hundred years old was built in about eighteen eighty roughly. And I remember about the age of eight years old. I started recognizing things going on in my house that didn't happen to my friend's house. And I have an older sister. She's older than me and a younger brother who's a year younger than me. And we started talking about it around that time and the experiences we were having they included stairs that go from the main floor up to the second floor. There were often somebody running up and down the stairs. And nobody being there, and you would catch voices or conversations going on. There were things that would go missing. And not show up again for a month or a couple of days or just a lot of different strange things like that that went on that really piqued my interest in my sister's interest, and we tried to talk to my parents about it. But they were very adamant that we don't talk about that with other people. I think that well, I know that there for the time being from a small town, you're worried that people are going to start thinking, you're crazy. And you know, now understanding what was going on. And at the time back, then it's it really wasn't talked about as much. Openly I guess paranormal experiences. So we had to keep it to ourselves for quite a while. I remember how I got into investigating and actually interviewing people when I was in my teens. I would have friends over and they would actually have experiences of their own in the house just visiting. And I remember one time I was upstairs in the friend of mine, and I were studying for a test and all of a sudden she threw her book down, and she stared at me, and I stopped what I was doing. And I looked at her. And I said, what's what's the matter? And she said what's going on? And I was like I'm not sure what you're talking about. And she says in the in the thirty minutes we've been here something has come up and down the stairs three times. But there's nobody on your stairs. That's going on. And you know at that time after it's happened for so long. It kind of becomes background noise. And I hadn't even really registered. But I finally, you know, said, well, you know, my house is haunted, and she found that interesting and fascinating and before long when I was out with brain or party, and they have. One of my friends would say, hey, John's house is you gotta have him tell stories about his house. And so I started sharing movies, and before long people started coming to me and saying, hey, you know, I heard that you had experiences. I wanna share my experience with you. And at that point. I started writing them down and talking to people and collecting these experiences, and as I grew up and got older, it kind of grew into even being able to help some people that we come to me and saying, you know, my my house. Worried about this and worried about that and just kind of going into and trying to help people out who were having experiences. And that's and that's what it's all about. But we're going to get into a lot more that we have to take a hard break, John. But are we're talking with John Olsen paranormal investigator about paranormal investigating his experiences stories and much more. You're listening to Jason and JV beyond reality radio. We'll be back after this. on Phil let me tell Pollino in..

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"john olsen" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"john olsen" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Seven seven six six nine. And so if you've got something that's occurred to you over the course of your life, you'll or some or someone else in your family would love to have you share that story with us because our guest John Olson's into this is getting towards Halloween. We need some scary story. Yeah. We really really do need to be titillated. With some scary stories as a big word when I chose specifically for the moment to hey, Judd. General since our guest tonight, he's a paranormal investigator, he's the author of a couple books. One is called stranger bridge ruined. And the other is beyond stranger bridge Lind and his website is stranger bridgier, Lind dot com. John welcome to beyond reality radio. Great to have you on tonight. Hey, thank you guys so much for having me on and talking about some of the strange things going on thanks for coming on. So you're from northern Utah. Now, nothing strange ever happens in Utah doesn't. You'd be really surprised. I know that you know, wherever you're thrown if you do some searching and digging there's there's there's stuff that goes on. But. That has happened both in my life. Eight people that you been able to interview and talk to it. It's really kind of a strange. And you've actually started your path of years ago. In fact, your childhood was kind of influenced by some of these types of occurrences. Tell us how you've developed your interest in the paranormal so growing up. I grew up in a small town in northern Utah. The home that I grew up in was well over a hundred years old built in about eighteen eighty roughly. And I remember about the age of eight years old. I started recognizing things going on in my house that didn't happen to my friend's house. And I have an older sister. She's older than me and a younger brother who's a year younger than me. And we started talking about it around that time and the experiences we were having. They included stairs. Go from the main floor up to the second floor. There were often somebody running up and down the stairs. And nobody being there. And you would catch voices or conversations going on. There were things that would go missing. And not show up again for a month or a couple of days or just a lot of different strange things. Like that that went on. That really piqued my interest, and my sister's interest, and we tried to talk to my parents about it. But they were very adamant that we don't talk about that with other people. I think that well, I know that there for the time being from a small town, you're worried that people are going to start thinking, you're crazy. And you know, no understanding what was going on. And at the time back, then it's it really wasn't talked about as much. Openly I guess paranormal experiences. So. Keep it to ourselves for quite a while. I remember how I got into investigating and actually interviewing people. When I was in my teens, I would have friends over and they would actually have experiences with their own in the house just visiting and remember one time I was upstairs in a friend of mine, and I were studying for a test and all of a sudden, she threw her book down, and she stared at me, and I stopped what I was doing. And I looked at what's what's the matter? And she said what's going on? And I was like, I'm I'm not sure what you're talking about. And she says in the in the thirty minutes we've been here something has come up and down the stairs three times. But there's nobody on your stairs. That's gonna God. And you know at that time after it's happened for so long. It kind of becomes background noise. And I hadn't even really registered. But I finally said, well, you know, my house is haunted. And she found that interesting and fascinating and before long when I was out with brain or party. And evidently, one of my friends would say, hey, John's house is holiday you gotta have him tell stories about his house. And so I started sharing the stories. And before long people started coming to me and saying, hey, you know, I heard you had experiences. I wanna share my experience with you. And at that point. I started writing them down and talking to people and collecting these experiences, and as I grew up and got older, it kind of grew into even being able to help some people that we come to me and saying, you know. Worried about this and more to walk that and just kind of going into and trying to help people out who were having experiences. And that's and that's what it's all about. But and we're going to get into a lot more that we ought to take a hard break, John, but we're talking with John Olsen paranormal investigator about paranormal investigating his experiences stories and much more. You're listening to Jason and JV beyond reality radio. We'll be back after this..

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Could your DNA help solve a cold case?

24 Hour News

04:47 min | 2 years ago

Could your DNA help solve a cold case?

"Cold case investigator pole holes pursue a final gamut using an alias. He submitted the killers DNA to an obscure public database called jed match popular with genealogy enthusiasts and good at finding family members. If we can't find him can we find somebody related to him and then work our way back to him. And ultimately, that's what we did. And it worked after months of research and investigation the twisted strands of family DNA lead them to the doorstep of one of their own a retired police officer my detectives arrested, James. Joseph Di Angelo seventy two years old living in citrus heights. Thirties had served tissue obtained a fresh DNA sample from the Angelo. And according to the arrest warrant, it was an identical match to that of the Golden State killer. Cincinnati very first case in April local law enforcement agencies around the country. If used the technique to make arrests in at least eleven other cold cases, all of them would still be cold. If it weren't for Curtis. Rodgers retired octogenarian in lake worth Florida who runs the largest public DNA database in the US out of this really room bungalow. This is our headquarters for jed match. This is it this is it. It was built nineteen twenty five how many employees do you know, Rogers, retired Quaker Oats executive in genealogy. Buff distorted jed match eight years ago is a hobby along with his partner, John Olsen and accomplished computer engineer in Texas. These are all first cousins they wanted to. Provide a free open source website where people could upload their DNA file in search for relatives. And ancestors, did you know the police were using this to solve crimes not at all? There was an Email from one of our users to said jed match was involved and find the Golden State killer. That was the first I knew of my world turned upside down at that point. In what way by the time? I got to work. There were satellite trucks up and down. This little narrow street that were on you see that yellow house over there with the blue shutters. There were reporters knocking on the door. It was you know, what do I do? We were upset. Oh, yes. Oh, yes. About what about whether we're invading our user juicers privacy, in some way, that they had no expectation of it being invaded jed matches policy statement, which had already cautioned that the public site might be used for purposes. Other than genealogy notified it's a community that people could withdraw their file if they didn't want their DNA used by police to solve crimes. So the blue indicates that there's match there while it's office in Florida is spurting it's computer servers in an Oregon data center are not they can compare six hundred thousand separate

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"john olsen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"john olsen" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Twenty five. How many employees do you? Rogers, retired Quaker Oats executive in genealogy. Buff distorted jed match eight years ago is a hobby along with his partner, John Olsen and accomplished computer engineer in Texas. These are first cousins they wanted to provide a free open source website where people could upload their DNA file in search for relatives. And ancestors, did you know the police were using this to solve crimes? There was an Email from one of our users to said jed match was involved and find the Golden State killer. That was the first I knew of it my world turned upside down at that point. In what way by the time? I got to work. There were satellite trucks up and down. This little narrow street that were on you see that yellow house over there with the blue shutters. There were reporters knocking on the door. Was you know, what do I do? We were upset about what about whether we're invading our user juicers privacy, in some way, that they had no expectation that being invaded jed matches policy statement, which had already cautioned that the public site might be used for purposes other than genealogy notified its community that people could withdraw their file if they didn't want their DNA used by police to solve crimes. So the blue indicates that there's match there while it's office in Florida is spurting computer servers in an Oregon data center are not. They can compare six hundred thousand separate locations in one person's DNA to those of its one million users and determine family matches. It just four to five hours listing as many as two thousand distant relatives with the closest ones at the top of the page along with their contact information. And then you have the the Email address of the people that it belongs to correct? So if you want to call them, twenty Milam, you can just you can Email genealogy is a is a contact sport. You want to contact people at Rogers says jed matches not in the business of finding criminals are solving crimes. He says it can be used by law enforcement to develop initial leads. But it's just the first step in a long process that requires special skills to turn hundreds of possibilities into a handful of suspects law enforcement can't do this. It takes an expert Genealogists that sees she is the best of the best. He's talking about CCC more genealogy is a small world. She has spent most of the past decade, working alone out of her home near San Diego, helping people identify their birth. Parents putting names on the unknown debt a precursor to our latest calling when I would be asked to what do I do say professional genetic Genealogists and people just look at me blankly like what is that people are just beginning to find out more is now the lead genealogist for a pair bond. Nanno land a small DNA.

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"john olsen" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"john olsen" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"And welcome back to coast to coast let me tell you about John Olsen and then we'll have him, tell. You more about himself lives in lewiston Utah after experiences as a child, growing up in a purer normally active home, he hasn't been collecting his own true stories spend thirty years interviewing investigating and, searching out stories of the paranormal in strange and he spends his time. Writing photographing and speaking about his paranormal work he's got, a couple books out, beyond, stranger bridge Orland and then stranger. Brother Lynn true paranormal stories. From northern Utah John welcome to. The, program. I'm looking forward to this tonight thanks Georgia I'm so honored to have you let me. Come on and talk to you about this you had. Quite a life as a child. Growing, up tell me. About these paranormal experiences well it's it's, interesting I grew up in in northern Utah, like you said in the cash valley area, which, is a small valley It's about eighty miles north of Salt. Lake City actually a great place. To, grow up if. You love the outdoors was only about, fifteen twenty minutes, from skiing or fishing hiking, or anything like that but Hong that I grew up in was actually built in eighteen eighty two coal that's a red flag right. There Yeah and it was, one of the older home oldest homes in the small town that I grew up in but like I said I was I was born and raised there and it wasn't until I was about seven or eight years, old that I started recognizing that there were saying in. My, home that, really weren't happening in my friends homes and and that's when. I started bringing it up to I my sister I have a sister that's about four years older, than me we would talk about some of our experiences and then we would attempt to speak to my. Parents but they were, really of the mindset that we shouldn't talk about it to anybody outside of. The family and and my dad He really didn't want to talk about at all But some of the strange experiences that we. Had, one of the first ones that I remember yeah Yes in the middle of the home there's a steep staircase that goes from the, main floor up to the second floor where there is a couple of bedrooms. And a sitting area and at any time. During the day didn't even have to be at, night it could be any time during the day you would be upstairs where my, room was downstairs and you could hear somebody that would run up the stairs or down, the stairs or you could hear heavy footsteps from boots going up the stairs or down the stairs and there would be nobody there and, because that was one of the first things that I recognized, and and talk, to my sister. About, we actually kind of coined, the phrase that we called it the stair monster whatever was happening we we attributed to despair monster but we. Had a lot of different things that occurred to us as we? Were growing up in that house what do you think what was so unusual John about that. House You know I I know sure other. Than the fact that it was old and had quite a history Of The land was originally taken by the government and given to the railroad as part of the payment for the railroad was being built through. Utah and then the railroad is eventually sold it off to farmers who would moved to the area some of the original pioneers that had moved to cash valley and other than just being really. Old I'm not exactly sure what made it such a hotbed for paranormal activity Let's talk a little bit more about this steer monster what did it. Look like exactly well I remember when I was about eleven years old I come home from school and I had a routine I always came home and through my book bag and I. Made a sandwich and then, went into the front room where the TV was and and plopped down. And started eating my sandwich and watching TV and on this particular day I sat down, and something caught me from the corner of my, eye and at that point I..

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"john olsen" Discussed on Let's Talk About Cars YO!

Let's Talk About Cars YO!

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"john olsen" Discussed on Let's Talk About Cars YO!

"Right, what were we Newport? Guinea PHR's was like, you guys should get one of these urges and making it an offroad vehicle was die responsible. My response was don't worry John. Awesome. We'll do it. Yeah, you're right. You're abs-. I mean, in a bad way. I barely. I don't know who the guy is. Absolutely, right. I'm John Olsen has already said he's to. I can't wait. I'm pretty sure I can't wait to see that dude. I kept going to be so yeah, I like these off roading machines now I really enjoy seeing anything that you can transform into putting me into all terrain and all that sort. I'm sorry, just go back to company. Would you really big? I'm sorry because we're a little. My medication is kicked in MSL. I would. You got here. So one I would have British accent, so that's that's dope, right, right off the bat. Hold on. I don't understand how sudden you picking a job title changes your accent because I have been England doing this. How can I get you a special edition and I've been working on my. What do you like about? Why would you pick mccleary on a serious note? Yes, they take shit serious and it's not like they'll take anyone's money to do anything you want to add this thing. No problem. Let me engineer it out in the. Instead of like, sure, we'll make this a grown chrome, plated gold plated, armrest our, we'll do this. We'll do that. There's a monkey business. Okay. It's all purposeful. I totally agree with the people I'm dealing with, not the people that I'm dealing with that are like, can you make this can start like this and put a here? What do you say? You don't want to deal with me. What about you buddy. Even though farce out of the manager of impact. So you still wouldn't be able to MSN. No down by the way, I'm not getting fired because I'm not losing jobs. Damn. It am not losing that and the accent. I'm gonna. I'm gonna maximum. All right. Speaking of other cars, I would be the special editions manager of Bugatti. Godley Bugatti. They make the same car with different paint jobs. He, he literally would have one job. One car your car got to work on does he's. He's gonna get high on a, what's it called. DMZ him colors, and he's just going to start growing after he gets high on that and go like, here you go, here's here's a new. Gotti man, like you're just doing one car. That's it. But hold on a on a serious question though. Like doesn't take a lot of your like passion and whatever. Right? Like you still want to do that. It's kind of like an autopilot job. Look, I'll be doing that, but I get to do other things like I gotta travel and show the car that he can eat nights, booze. Because you guys know food. Now you're coming to see you. We're talking about special edition guy. If you came out, he cut you. One hundred percent would be the special. Okay. If I couldn't do guy, I would definitely go a special editions of Rolls Royce and then deal with him because then because then you You don't. don't go from doing one special edition car to now doing like twelve special edition, the same The car. same damning today we're going to a shooting star. So what if we could do the Milky Way? I just paint these blue instead of yellow and call it the blue sky, four hundred and fifty thousand dollars..

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"john olsen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"john olsen" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Quote, NBC sports. And golf channel announced the two thousand eighteen British Open earned a five, point zero overnight, rating the last, time the same Termine earned a five was two thousand six that's the year woods, won his last open at Royal Liverpool the last time. A British Open got better ratings that would be two thousand when woods won Saint. Andrews, to complete his career grand slam into quote sporting news? Headline Tiger Woods gives NBC best British Open ratings in eighteen years quote Tiger Woods thrill, golf fans worldwide by taking the? Lead at one point. During the final, round of the British Open although would ultimately. Fell short against Frencesco Molinari of Italy he helped drive NBC, sports to the. Best open overnight ratings in eight teen years now why would that be Here's a personal color who from what I can. Tell whenever I've seen any pictures of his girlfriends or let girlfriends I haven't seen. Any, black ones have you Now what did Johnny Cochran tell us, during the OJ Simpson case the. Big taboo The reason that Mark Furman planet a glove and tried to convict otherwise innocent man is. Because OJ was once married to a white woman and Mark Furman didn't like, that, so therefore he planted evidence to convict OJ Simpson because. Johnny, Carson told us quote race plays a part of everything in America into photo Really There is zero tolerance for anti black, racism John Olsen eleven former editor. Of national review let's put it this way White racism exists but. It's social power is weak The social power against it Overwhelming That baseball, pitcher Josh, hater Turns out when, he's sixteen seventeen years old he. Tweeted some racist homophobic tweets. They've now come to surface he's now twenty four, years old And he apologized to his teammates apologized. To the fans apologized that I was young I was dumb now what is, Trevor Noah's excuse he was twenty. Six twenty seven twenty eight. When he made those antisemitic jokes He. Was in his late twenties when? He made the joke putting down the looks. Of aborigine women was his excuse The player apologized Here's black teammate weighed in every single one of his teammates supported him and. Accepted his apology But racism remains a major problem in America How about all those motorists over the last few, weeks that literally made up charges against officers All that's. Coming up and Elizabeth Warren. Says come on I'm a capitalist really Larry elder don't leave town Larry will be right back Two.

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"john olsen" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"john olsen" Discussed on No Agenda

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"john olsen" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"john olsen" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"By using black china so i'm just gonna have the right to refer you on this when because i don't see what could have been so bad about black china's lactaid by what he almost you not a pornstar expected more don't go away all came from a regular pacing me have expectations that what goes on in the bedroom i don't have expectations when nobody during the better examples to be in nobody's bedroom we've all may 16th superiority thousand jobs uh i haven't made a sec oh i want you about me and my wife makes it 'cause i've normal i think when you're and came a you going free i should have got i will pray i'll pay top dollar this is sixty begin putting in nine and a half minutes dealing with that is all i need our retired radio after that as it esso abou agrifood at greatest show ever and i retire that doesn't exist pillow who this trash somebody called you out this morning drive that you here called me out no i didn't i didn't hear it he was so mad that you mention your relationship ambience easily says have been a sale he leinna utan ally we'll if they are topic drive the question is who gives better you call lewis obliged starkly is what was words verghese nastily at the butt black china 60 oh black time is big veteran's veteran liv is doors i can't believe how disappointed her am i really love it be heard after this needs some concentrate because he wanted to be a room and then job with us she waited on meets the no reason you had a lot of meet dr ward back did you know that look like a lot of work maybe that was it there were reason worlds uber when you back again gave be no problem who said that hotel black john olsen pipe was sex god is not respected her game to be a lot better ashes they said appointed i said the same draft but they give a call by that jazz have said all let me you'll know what to do he okay hello this is from a diet from columbus ohio less abro was whereas fergie's national anthem oblak china sixty eight may listening it will definitely ferki flash.

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"john olsen" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"john olsen" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

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"john olsen" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"john olsen" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Early thirties episode found by the time but trump is they got older none of the women say that more force them let me read this none of the women say more force them into any sort of relationship perceptual conduct says one woman said she was fourteen working as a sanders help learn and gadsden mall when more first team when he asked her on dates which are mother forbade and then debbie ouessant gibson says she was seventeen when more spoke to a high school class civic slice abdallah outta what was the first to several dates that did not progr beyond kissing in other woman says she was eighteen a cheerleader when more plan telling her on dates include submit j wine the legal drinking age is nineteen she was eighty of the poor women the youngest that the corp men who says she uh says uh who is the only says she had sexual contact with more that went beyond kissing she says they did then you go to more statement allegations false a desperate political attack by the national democratic party in the washington post in this campaign by the way the post reported the democratic is opposition in this campaign the post as a matter of fact you know was deadset against them anyway now this woman anyway none of the women donated the campaign said is true it's the garbage 2 goods garbage the definition of gbp knows none other women donated morse campaign at cetera cetera jewish york's servers presentative at a payday loan business and she says she voted republican in the past including donald trump uh containing more personally for years almost came forward publicly during his first campaign uh john olsen decided against that are two children still in school three divorces messy financial history might undermine our credibility one here that doesn't know that i'm not an angel she said referring to her hometown of gadsden alabama she.

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"john olsen" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"john olsen" Discussed on KOMO

"And act that unique programs like artwork lloyd program where people may want to get a degree or never back i won't break pay up ninety five wickets we that work ramped up guy okay so what's the best way for people here in seattle or around the country perhaps maybe i have a relative back in new jersey that i want to tell about this out bald yet you got that relative any irving or what have you ever got com crack god it requires an equally grow online at it will open up under and brought it right and even online an epic battle area we've got a doctor happening in front an and local people more than welcome in amman down what we've got grain are we've got water and at great time come down all right well with temperatures in the ninety th stood a nice ice cream sounds really really good that's an enticement in and of itself i agree that a good prime john thanks again good luck sounds like a great endeavour and thanks so much for joining us back without john olsen from amazon komo news time nine nineteen the twelve alabama jail inmates who tricked a rookie detention officer into opening the door to the outside world are now all back in custody abc's jim ryan says the last sk be was recaptured last night it's nearly eight hundred miles from jasper alabama to to quest of florida late yesterday law enforcers north of miami had a man in handcuffs and one more time well net harnett 24yearold drug suspect pretty kilpatrick who along with eleven other inmates escape from the jail in walker county alabama sunday back and jazz spur word spread of his apprehension as good never gotta the inmates used peanut butter to obscure a cell number convincing a jail or to open the wrong door at allowing them to run free jim ryan abc news koa news time nine twenty for the propel insurance business updates a destination many of us have.

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"john olsen" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"john olsen" Discussed on WWL

"You her credit cards you name it and phone lines are four we have one line left if you want to grab it a two six o one eight seventy and again you can be absolutely anonymous when you call charlene if in fact that is you real name you have a question for john olsen i do i got a good record of the week credit agricole fico gore earn every knock on a quote or the only there are the eight or way while or at i and all this if your mortgage in fact we're adnoc or pick up forty point guy girl to eight hundred now realize it's no good though harvard set up here where we heading off a mortgage fat i argue ethnic i hit or my credit walked that seems to me bass akkoord pardon language exactly check it recently at a down for like eight on three let's tell you because you the reason are under the pairing it what is that armed it does not not revolving whoa or that i don't have enough lippard hype caught it well let that again seems crazy john you dig in you tell us what happened and the rationale elle behind yet though that discovered by i opted of cover program got you really is that you really good um if for super those people were looking for free access to their fico scores on a monthly basis if you already have eight of governor card then you can get one by this going to europe online statement and eat it bit the even apple on i founded it's fantastic and really easy to fierce horror on an ongoing basis yet so there's a lot of in part thin and credits worth so if if i'm likely you're score dropped only because you paid off a mortgage loan and the balance went two zero and eat the credit system fitter doug them have different attributes.

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