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Joshua P Warren discusses all things paranormal
Jason Hawes & JV Johnson welcome prolific paranormal writer and investigator Joshua Warren to the show to talk about his latest work. 3/8/2018 - Beyond Reality Radio with Jason Hawes & JV Johnson
at paranormal investigator tonight obese spending most of the conversation on paranormal hurricane stories. For the first time since hurricane Maria. Slammed into Puerto Rico. Joshua will give us a live report from the island there will be talking about a number
Phenomenon here. And I left Puerto Rico. Just weeks before. The devastating hurricanes hit last September. This place was hit by two hurricanes . The first and was Irma September 6 which hit part of the island and then of course via the really terrible and was Maria and that Maria just out. Right through the island and it was just it was the worst hurricane in all of recorded history here Puerto Rico. And delight just returned. About a month ago and now that I'm back. Not only in my. Sort of you know surveying the landscape and and sort of figuring out what this part of the world looks like now but I'm also just dispelled that. By the amount of amazing the paranormal experiences that people have been telling me about. That happened before work. During and since the hurricane and that's one of the things that I want to share with you in the audience tonight because this is not something as being covered by the mainstream media. Yes and you'll definitely get into that I mean numb and I'm excited to hear these stories but to use mentioned in your first comments there that you left the island a few weeks prior to other hurricanes hitting was a bolsa most of them or want one of them in particular that you left prior to -- Was a trial the timeline work there. Well the first one hit September 6 in the second when he hit about two weeks later on September 20 and I left the island in August and hit it left. Either one. So my question was going to be did you have some kind of I don't think the models had the hurricanes signal that accurate that far out to did you have some kind of information to paranormal source may be that you knew.
here but I am telling Syria to displace gets hit by another hurricane . In the season starts back. He it's it's going to be bad so. I'm I'm very happy to say the area were I am here in Boca Iran. Which is opposite of sand on the capitol. What sort of shielded. By those mountains as a hurricane came through so I'm actually in one of the better parts of the island. That's fortunate now is the is the effort to restore the services is that a repair effort early reboot of reconstructing in other words may be burying power lines that kind of thing and to make them more hurricane resistant to the next one. Well you know you you know hope that that's the case but there are a lot of
Nick Redfern discusses the Slenderman
Jason Hawes & JV johnson talk with Author Nick Redfern about the Slenderman - from an internet contest creation to a real manifestation. 3/7/2018 - Beyond Reality Radio with Jason Hawes & JV johnson
can remember losing power for this long period. Was in 1985 during hurricane glory real and when to decimated the air but what's dubious that this is missiles to show about power grids but what's
join us he's a paranormal investigator. We're gonna talk about paranormal work hurricane stories and hacking reality and I bet moved into the wish machines to which we haven't even used yet there's still sitting
City to beef up security at Katrina-damaged venue
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Christmas trees dropped in wildlife refuge to deter erosion
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City announces new use for former VA hospital
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