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All things paranormal With your host Jennifer Shortridge & Joe Shortridge Brother and Sister duo Joe and Jen have been interested in all things paranormal since their childhood. We bring to you our personal experiences, news from the paranormal world and special guests.
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Aug 6, 2023

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It's finally happening...disclosure is real...they are among us and we are talking all about it today!

The recent testimony of high ranking officials is viral and we have all the updates for you here on the 370th episode of the 222 Paranormal podcast. 

WITNESSES:

    Ryan Graves, Executive Director, Americans for Safe Aerospace

    Rt. Commander David Fravor, Former Commanding Officer, Black Aces Squadron, U.S. Navy

    David Grusch, Former National Reconnaissance Officer Representative, Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena Task Force, Department of Defense

SCF Secure Compartmentalized Facility.

Dave Grush explained that He cannot give names under breach of federal law unless in a secure location. The congressmen asking the questions are not allowed in the SCF.

When asked if anyone was harmed, he said He and his wife. But he has said yes but cannot discuss in a public setting

He was asked if the government become aware of extraterrestrial evidence prior to Roswell. He said that ufo CONTACT PREDATES Roswell all the way back to the 30s.

 

(Ryan Graves ) During a test flight, the pilots saw a diamond-shaped formation. the pilots had their radar and FLIR goes down.

In 2003 Vandenberg Airforce base.at 8;45am  A large 100 Yard sided, red square floated over the water and hovered over one of the launch facilities for about 45 seconds before heading out over the mountains.

Rt. Commander David Fravor, tick tac video is over 15 years old

People listen to paranormal podcasts for different reasons, such as belief, curiosity, thrill-seeking, or entertainment. Podcasts also encourage the spirit of debate between skeptics and believers, and present personal testimony and scientific research on various paranormal topics. Are you interested in any specific paranormal topic? Let us know! Email us at 222paranormal@gmail.com.

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Jul 30, 2023

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Joining the show today is paranormal investigator, Allen Cornelison. His extensive research into the paranormal lead him to the journey of al lifetime. He shares his amazing true life encounters with ghosts who he knows and some he wants to forget. Allen finds himself too deep in the case of a lifetime. Allen's arrogance in understanding all that need to be known about supernatural activity challenges his 30 plus years of experience while investigating the Stagecoach Inn. Allenhas blindedhimself to reality, lacking a true understanding of what he thought he knew about The Dark World of paranormal phenomenon. Allen's seven year journey investigating the Stagecoach Inn can onlybe decribedas a slow-moving, methodical, evil dark river of expected and ever changing currents and undertows in it's black unforgiving abyss.As Allen sometimes refers to the inn, that place, is methodically anddiabolicall designed by whatever darkness lurks within this old historicallandmark's wall in Ida County, Iowa. Allen's investigation of this historical landmark is leaves him unaware of his spiritual and mental drowning in a dark river that he has ventured Inn Too Deep with little hope of swimming out.

I found that I could feel the energy of an investigation without setting foot into the location. Upon reading Inn Conflict, I felt I was walking with Allen as he traversed the Stage Coach Inn, a building embedded in his soul forever. I have 37 years of experience in the paranormal, doing investigations and professionally reading as a medium. It is a gift I have had since I can remember. My education is a Ph.D. in Health Sciences after I diverged from clinical psych and decided to teach rather than diagnose psychiatric patients. My lifetime has been spent in these situations; the excitement leads to the investigations, the heart-racing adrenaline of standing somewhere in the dark, not alone, and the realization that something has attached and followed you home. It is a life of dedication to finding out the who, what, where, and when of unknown energies, and Allen encompasses all these feelings in Inn Conflict...

People listen to paranormal podcasts for different reasons, such as belief, curiosity, thrill-seeking, or entertainment. Podcasts also encourage the spirit of debate between skeptics and believers, and present personal testimony and scientific research on various paranormal topics. Are you interested in any specific paranormal topic? Let us know! Email us at 222paranormal@gmail.com.

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Jul 23, 2023

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This espisode we are joined the the lovely and talented author, paranormal investigator, founder of Tri-County Ghost Hunters Society Nicole Beauchamp. Growing up in Bay City, Michigan Nicole's formitive years were spent with a grand fondness for the paranormal. From an Early age, she began to dabble in scary and spooky endevors. As she grew up she started her own tour and investigation group. 

With years of experience under her belt, she used her talents to begin writing her now famous book, Haunted Bay City, Michigan which later lead to her releases of Haunted Detroit. And soon coming another haunted book, Haunted Bars and Inns of Michigan.

Detroit, the largest city in the state of Michigan, was settled in 1701 by French colonists. It is the first European settlement above tidewater in North America. Founded as a New France fur trading post, it began to expand during the 19th century with American settlements around the Great Lakes. By 1920, based on the booming auto industry and immigration, it became a world-class industrial powerhouse and the fourth-largest city in the United States. It held that standing through the mid-20th century.

The first Europeans to settle in Detroit were French country traders and colonists from the New Orleans (the La Louisiane) colony. They were joined by traders from Montreal and Quebec; all had to contend with the powerful Five Nations of the League of the Iroquois (Haudenosaunee), who took control of the southern shores of Lakes Erie and Huron through the Beaver Wars of the 17th century. Also present and powerful, but further to the north, were the Council of Three Fires (Anishinaabe). (in Anishinaabe: Niswi-mishkodewinan, also known as the People of the Three Fires; the Three Fires Confederacy; or the United Nations of Chippewa, Ottawa, and Potawatomi Indians) is a long-standing Anishinaabe alliance of the Ojibwe (or Chippewa), Odawa (or Ottawa), and Potawatomi North American Native tribes. The Three Fires Confederacy (Anishinaabe) was often supported by the French, while the so-called League of Iroquois, or Five Nations (Haudenosaunee) was supported by the English and Dutch.

Listen in as we talk to Nicole about her ventures into the paranormal.

 

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Jul 16, 2023

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Cryptozoologist Shetan Noir, author and owner/publisher of Squatch GQ Magazine stops by to give us some new updates on the lore and legends of The Great Lakes monsters. She researches strange and unusal reports and sightings in and around the Great Lakes Regions in North America, document many of these in her books.

The Water Monster of Lake Erie

Lake Erie is home to many different monster tales, all of which have been told by multiple people. One of the most famous water monster sightings has happened in Lake Erie in the south bay area. Bessie, who is also called South Bay Bessie because of the location of the sightings, has been seen multiple times since the 1800’s. It is said that she is covered in gray scales, has a large head, and is around 30 to 40 feet long. Once, in 1992, a supposed attack from Bessie left three people dead with one survivor. He had quite the story to tell, I’m sure. He has even mentioned that Bessie’s head was the size of an average car. Could you imagine seeing that up close and personal?

The Kingstie Monster of Lake Ontario

Lake Ontario spans between the United States and Canada, and this particular tale happened in Canada in 2004, though it dates back to the 1930’s. The Kingstie Monster was seen by two fishermen who were enjoying their day just off the coast of Kingston, Ontario, Canada. What they saw was a hoax created by some people in 1934 by using empty bottles for a flotation device and attaching a head that resembled a dragon. Why they did, it is hard to say, but the fishermen were given quite a scare and decided to name it “Kingstie” after their location. This story is a bit more relaxed than some of the others, but even the hoax put quite a scare into many people’s lives, especially if they aren’t expecting to see a “sea monster” under their boat while fishing.

The Siren of Lake Erie

Lake Erie, as I’ve mentioned before, is home to several monster stories. This one is particularly chilling since it revolved around a demonic siren. This legend centers around a siren called the Storm Hag. She lives at the bottom of Lake Erie, and she is often blamed for the disappearance of many ships in the area. She is said to have yellow eyes, green teeth and skin, and long, sharp, and poisonous fingernails. Her teeth are also extremely sharp, and her eyes are said to have a demonic glow to them. Her voice is said to carry over the lake just before a storm comes, and when the storm arrives, she attacks the ship, kills the sailors, and brings this ship back to her home in the bottom of the lake. This is one of the most mysterious stories surrounding the Great Lakes. It’s pretty creepy, right? 

 

THE GREAT LYNX WATER MONSTER OF LAKE HURON
The Ojibway legends say there is a giant reptile, or serpent creature with large horns that rules the waters of Lake Huron. They call it "Mishebeshu" which means 'great lynx' and it dwells in an underwater den at the mouth of the Serpent River. There are many tales of this creature and if you visit the area, you wouldn't have any problem finding some old-timers to tell you about their - and others - experiences with this creature

Read More: Creatures, Giants, and Monsters Hiding in the Great Lakes | https://99wfmk.com/great-lakes-monsters-2020/?utm_source=tsmclip&utm_medium=referral
THE GREAT LYNX WATER MONSTER OF LAKE HURON
The Ojibway legends say there is a giant reptile, or serpent creature with large horns that rules the waters of Lake Huron. They call it "Mishebeshu" which means 'great lynx' and it dwells in an underwater den at the mouth of the Serpent River. There are many tales of this creature and if you visit the area, you wouldn't have any problem finding some old-timers to tell you about their - and others - experiences with this creature

Read More: Creatures, Giants, and Monsters Hiding in the Great Lakes | https://99wfmk.com/great-lakes-monsters-2020/?utm_source=tsmclip&utm_medium=referral
THE GREAT LYNX WATER MONSTER OF LAKE HURON
The Ojibway legends say there is a giant reptile, or serpent creature with large horns that rules the waters of Lake Huron. They call it "Mishebeshu" which means 'great lynx' and it dwells in an underwater den at the mouth of the Serpent River. There are many tales of this creature and if you visit the area, you wouldn't have any problem finding some old-timers to tell you about their - and others - experiences with this creature

Read More: Creatures, Giants, and Monsters Hiding in the Great Lakes | https://99wfmk.com/great-lakes-monsters-2020/?utm_source=tsmclip&utm_medium=referral
THE GREAT LYNX WATER MONSTER OF LAKE HURON
The Ojibway legends say there is a giant reptile, or serpent creature with large horns that rules the waters of Lake Huron. They call it "Mishebeshu" which means 'great lynx' and it dwells in an underwater den at the mouth of the Serpent River. There are many tales of this creature and if you visit the area, you wouldn't have any problem finding some old-timers to tell you about their - and others - experiences with this creature

Read More: Creatures, Giants, and Monsters Hiding in the Great Lakes | https://99wfmk.com/great-lakes-monsters-2020/?utm_source=tsmclip&utm_medium=referral
THE GREAT LYNX WATER MONSTER OF LAKE HURON
The Ojibway legends say there is a giant reptile, or serpent creature with large horns that rules the waters of Lake Huron. They call it "Mishebeshu" which means 'great lynx' and it dwells in an underwater den at the mouth of the Serpent River. There are many tales of this creature and if you visit the area, you wouldn't have any problem finding some old-timers to tell you about their - and others - experiences with this creature

Read More: Creatures, Giants, and Monsters Hiding in the Great Lakes | https://99wfmk.com/great-lakes-monsters-2020/?utm_source=tsmclip&utm_medium=referral
Jul 9, 2023

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5 Powerful Signs You’re A White Witch

1. You transmute emotions and experiences into massive energy that creates change.

Your energy is so uncontainable, it’s a bit dangerous. Both your positive and negative emotions have the ability to affect others around you, creating massive social change as well as individual change. You can channel your experiences in such a way that it serves you and those of others, transforming traumas into miracles and fears into alchemy. You can move people to tears, uplift someone’s spirits and provide healing encouragement as much as you can strike down a malicious person with the destructive force of your anger which is akin to thunder.

2. Your connection to nature is unparalleled.

You are literally “one” with nature, its elements, the earth and its seasons. In fall and winter, you shed old beliefs, toxic relationships, and destructive patterns. In spring, you come alive again and feel the rebirth of your psyche.

3. Your magic, intentions and rituals always have some sort of powerful effect.

You’re capable of massive manifestation. What you desire, so long as it serves your greater purpose, usually always comes to fruition. Whether you engage in prayer, spellwork, meditation – whatever form your unique form of magic takes – you have the power to create new opportunities for yourself wherever you go.

4. Your ability to manifest and your natural confidence is astounding. As a result, you might be intimidating to others.

Even if you’re the sweetest little white witch around, you will make people nervous because you threaten every limiting belief about human power. And because you’re so grounded in your ability to change yourself, your life and the world, you challenge everyone around you to see their own divinity (something not everyone is willing to do).

5. You are a healer and your words hold massive power – so use them wisely.

As the great (albeit fictional) Albus Dumbledore once noted, “Words are an inexhaustible source of magic. Capable of both inflicting injury, and remedying it.” And indeed, your words could create new worlds if you willed them to. Be careful as a white witch what you say, because your words are a powerful outlet and source of creation, even if you don’t recognize it.

Jul 2, 2023

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Second week in Hell With Nadine..for the start of Season 8!

Thanks to Black Swamp Paranormal's Nadine for sharing more creepy and spooky tales from their ghost outings! 

Michigan Dogman

In folklore, the Michigan Dogman was allegedly witnessed in 1887 in Wexford County, Michigan, United States. The creature is described as a seven-foot tall, blue-eyed, or amber-eyed bipedal canine-like animal with the torso of a man and a fearsome howl that sounds like a human scream. According to legends, the Michigan Dogman appears in a ten-year cycle that falls on years ending in 7. Sightings have been reported in several locations throughout Michigan, primarily in the northwestern quadrant of the Lower Peninsula. In 1987, the legend of the Michigan Dogman gained popularity when disc jockey Steve Cook at WTCM-FM recorded a song about the creature and its reported sightings.

History

This creature was unknown to most of the modern world until very late in the twentieth century. It is said to have been stalking the area around the Manistee River since the days when the Odawa tribes lived there. Authentic sources for sightings made prior to 1987, however, have never been documented beyond Steve Cook's song, discussed below.

The first alleged encounter of the Michigan Dogman occurred in 1887 in Wexford County, when two lumberjacks saw a creature that they described as having a man's body and a dog's head.

In 1937 in Paris, Michigan, Robert Fortney was attacked by five wild dogs and said that one of the five walked on two legs. Reports of similar creatures also came from Allegan County in the 1950s, and in Manistee and Cross Village in 1967.

Linda S. Godfrey, in her book The Beast of Bray Road, compares the Manistee sightings to a similar creature sighted in Wisconsin known as the Beast of Bray Road.

Hell, Michigan

Hell is an unincorporated community in Livingston County in the U.S. state of Michigan. As an unincorporated community, Hell has no defined boundaries or population statistics of its own. Located within Putnam Township, the community is centered along Patterson Lake Road about 15 miles (24 km) northwest of Ann Arbor and three miles (4.8 km) southwest of Pinckney. The community is served by the Pinckney post office with the 48169 ZIP Code.

History

Hell developed around a sawmill, gristmill, distillery and tavern. All four were operated by George Reeves, who moved to the area in the 1830s from the Catskill Mountains in New York. He purchased a sawmill on what is now known as Hell Creek in 1841. In addition to the sawmill, Reeves purchased 1,000 acres (400 ha) of land surrounding the mill. Reeves then built a gristmill on Hell Creek which was powered by water that was impounded by a small dam across the creek. Farmers in the area were quite successful in growing wheat and had an abundance of grain. Reeves opened a distillery to process the excess grain into whiskey. Reeves also opened a general store/tavern on his property.

The tavern and distillery soon became a thriving business for Reeves. He built a ballroom on the second floor of the establishment and a sulky racetrack around his millpond. Reeves also sold his alcohol to nearby roadhouses and stores for as little as ten cents a gallon. His operation came under the scrutiny of the U.S. government in the years after the American Civil War. When tax collectors came to Hell to assess his operation, Reeves and his customers conspired to hide the whiskey by filling barrels and sinking them to the bottom of the millpond. When the government agents left the area, the barrels were hauled to the surface with ropes. As Reeves aged, he slowed his business ventures, closing the distillery and witnessing the burning of the gristmill. He died in 1877.

Reeves' family sold the land to a group of investors from Detroit in 1924. The investors increased the size of the millpond by raising the level of the dam, creating what is now Hiland Lake. The area soon became a summer resort area, attracting visitors for swimming and fishing. Henry Ford considered building some manufacturing facilities in the area but decided against it.

Jun 25, 2023

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The first half of a 2-week show. We love being able to catch up with previous guests. We talk all things paranormal. 

There are many reasons why people listen to paranormal podcasts. Some people listen because they believe in the paranormal and want to learn more about it. Others listen because they are curious about the paranormal and want to hear stories about it. Some people listen because they enjoy being scared or entertained by the stories. Paranormal podcasts cover topics related to the paranormal, such as UFOs, ghosts, Bigfoot, and the afterlife. Some podcasts feature interviews with experts, witnesses, or researchers in the paranormal field. Others present dramatizations, stories, or call-ins from people who have experienced the paranormal

Located 20 miles northwest of Ann Arbor, Hell has heard all of the diabolical jokes. And they’ve made up a fair number of their own. The result makes for a fun road trip to a town chock-full of devilish puns, year-round Halloween décor and, truth be told, a lovely rural landscape.
 
Surrounding Livingston County includes acres of idyllic hill country and sparkling inland lakes. All told, Hell offers a heavenly Pure Michigan getaway.

 

Jun 18, 2023

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Why do dolls get haunted? Why are they so popular with the spirits? And why does every haunted location have a doll in it? Listen in as we explore this phenmenon. 

Letta the Doll          

Letta the Doll also known as Letta Me Out is a doll moving alleged Kerry Walton moved from his home town in Wagga Wagga, Australia as a child. When he became an adult, he went back for his grandmother's funeral in 1972. It was here, during the 1970s, that a young man by the name of Kerry Walton decided to explore an abandoned house with his brother. The two men had always been inquisitive over the property, having heard countless stories of it being a haunted house as kids.

Annabelle

The story of Annabelle became infamous with the release of The Conjuring and Annabelle films. The real Annabelle is a Raggedy Ann doll that, while much less sinister in appearance, made quite a name for itself in the 1970s. Annabelle was given to a nursing student, Donna, by her mother. Donna, and her roommate Angie would often return home to discover that the doll had changed positions and or moved rooms. They’d also find handwritten notes scrawled onto parchment paper asking for help. In their book, paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren indicate that the behavior went on for nearly a year before they became involved and ultimately took Annabelle into their care. In late 2020, rumors began to circulate that Annabelle had escaped the Warren’s Occult Museum, a panic that was eventually assuaged when the Warren’s son posted a picture of Annabelle safely in her case.

Ruby

Ruby is a porcelain doll with a penchant for moving around from place to place. Currently residing with the Traveling Museum of the Paranormal and the Occult, she comes from mysterious origins. Her previous owners said she had originally belonged to a little girl in the family, who died while holding the toy. Following that tragedy, she was passed down through generations until coming to her current residence at the museum. Visitors often report experiencing an overwhelming feeling of sorrow radiating from Ruby.

 

Jun 11, 2023

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Today's episode we get a paranormal update from 111 Paranormal's Matt Sly~ We catch up with Matt at Ohio State Reformatory, Mansfield OH. Matt has been in the paranormal field for many years and have many spooky stories to share with us. With his years in radio, Matt brings a fresh perspective to the investigations he conducts. His knowledge of electronic equipment and how to communicate with the spirits have helped in his team's paranormal process.

Listen in to the episode #362 of the 222 Paranormal Podcast and enjoy!

According to data from Podcasthosting.org, 55% of Americans have listened to at least one episode of a podcast, and about 37% say they listen to a podcast at least every month. But have you ever considered exactly what’s going on in your mind as you listen to a podcast?

"Your brain is a complex organ," explains materials scientist and engineer Titi Shodiya, who hosts the podcast Dope Labs alongside molecular biologist Zakiya Whatley. "At any given moment, various parts of your brain are firing off different messages." Scientifically speaking, consuming information can activate your mesolimbic pathway, also known as the "reward pathway," releasing dopamine throughout the brain. This "feel-good" chemical is responsible for pleasure and lighting up your mind's reward centers. 

So how can listening to podcasts benefit your brain? A 2016 study out of UC Berkeley concluded that listening to narrative stories (much like podcasts) can stimulate multiple parts of your brain — so whether it's that adrenaline rush you get from true crime podcasts or a paranormal podcast that boosts your endorphins, there's truly something out there for everyone. 

Podcasts encourage the spirit of debate, and paranormal reports couldn’t be more suited. Skeptics and believers will argue about the existence of Bigfoot, UFOs, ghosts, and demonic presences until the end of time. Personal testimony and scientific research make the case for the validity of paranormal accounts. If you can’t believe it with your eyes, maybe you will with your ears.

Paranormal podcasts are popular for several reasons. According to a post on Student Assembly, some people listen to paranormal podcasts because they enjoy feeling scared in a safe wayOthers listen because they are curious about the paranormal and want to learn more about it 1Paranormal podcasts also encourage debate between skeptics and believers about the existence of Bigfoot, UFOs, ghosts, and demonic presences 

How or why is your choice, but we are grateful and thankful you chose to spend your time with us!

The 222 Paranormal Podcast is currently in its 7th season. They encourage listeners to check them out on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. This podcast is 100% self-supported, so please help by sharing the show, sharing posts and telling others to listen, these only cost a second of you time and helps immensly! 

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Jun 4, 2023

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Jason McLeod is a paranormal investigator, spiritualist, and empath. He has spent the last 28 years helping individual families deal with both the human spirits who linger in their lives, and the inhuman spirits who seek to ruin them. His training and experience began by following in the footsteps of his close personal friends and mentors – the late Ed Warren and his wife Lorraine, bestselling authors, and movie consultants -- who started the modern ghost-hunting craze that thrives today. He conducts engaging presentations on the subjects of spirituality, consciousness, quantum physics, meditation, metaphysics, paranormal investigation, and demonology on radio blog broadcasts, and at paranormal conventions, spirituality expositions, in churches, and at New Age events throughout the world. His book, The Siege, is required reading for Bishop James Long's demonology course.

Listen in to the episode #361 of the 222 Paranormal Podcast and enjoy!

According to data from Podcasthosting.org, 55% of Americans have listened to at least one episode of a podcast, and about 37% say they listen to a podcast at least every month. But have you ever considered exactly what’s going on in your mind as you listen to a podcast?

"Your brain is a complex organ," explains materials scientist and engineer Titi Shodiya, who hosts the podcast Dope Labs alongside molecular biologist Zakiya Whatley. "At any given moment, various parts of your brain are firing off different messages." Scientifically speaking, consuming information can activate your mesolimbic pathway, also known as the "reward pathway," releasing dopamine throughout the brain. This "feel-good" chemical is responsible for pleasure and lighting up your mind's reward centers. 

So how can listening to podcasts benefit your brain? A 2016 study out of UC Berkeley concluded that listening to narrative stories (much like podcasts) can stimulate multiple parts of your brain — so whether it's that adrenaline rush you get from true crime podcasts or a paranormal podcast that boosts your endorphins, there's truly something out there for everyone. 

Podcasts encourage the spirit of debate, and paranormal reports couldn’t be more suited. Skeptics and believers will argue about the existence of Bigfoot, UFOs, ghosts, and demonic presences until the end of time. Personal testimony and scientific research make the case for the validity of paranormal accounts. If you can’t believe it with your eyes, maybe you will with your ears.

Paranormal podcasts are popular for several reasons. According to a post on Student Assembly, some people listen to paranormal podcasts because they enjoy feeling scared in a safe wayOthers listen because they are curious about the paranormal and want to learn more about it 1Paranormal podcasts also encourage debate between skeptics and believers about the existence of Bigfoot, UFOs, ghosts, and demonic presences 

How or why is your choice, but we are grateful and thankful you chose to spend your time with us!

The 222 Paranormal Podcast is currently in its 7th season. They encourage listeners to check them out on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. This podcast is 100% self-supported, so please help by sharing the show, sharing posts and telling others to listen, these only cost a second of you time and helps immensly! 

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May 28, 2023

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In this week's episode, we return to the most haunted prison in Ohio. The Ohio State Reformatory in Mansfield Ohio. Home of ParaPsyCon 3023. Over the next 3 weeks, we bring you some amusing interviews. In this week's show, we bring your our interview with The Ohio Metaphysics and Paranormal Research Team. 

Ohio Metaphysics and Paranormal Research (OMPR) is a team that specializes in investigating potential home and business paranormal activity. OMPR is dedicated to helping people understand and coexist with what may be lurking in the shadows by attempting to bridge the gap between the living and the unknown. We do in-depth historical research to try to explain possible activities. It is the goal of OMPR to provide answers that may be needed.

OMPR approaches every investigation with care, integrity, and respect for our client’s privacy. We are committed to working side-by-side with other paranormal teams and investigators. OMPR also helps to support historical locations by donating our time to paranormal investigations. It is the goal of OMPR to assist our clients and communities while furthering our knowledge and experience of the paranormal. 

Amber

Founder, Case Manager & Lead Investigator

Amber Wellman grew up in Barberton, Ohio but moved to Cuyahoga Falls with her 2 children in 2005, where she still resides. She first became aware of the paranormal as a very young child, she didn’t just have the typical imaginary friend…. She had “the guys”. She has seen and felt and heard things others didn’t but it was chalked up to her imagination until she got old enough it was confirmed to be supernatural. She tried to make sense of it all. That is what fueled her interest in the paranormal further, the strange occurrences she was aware of but other people around her weren’t. She would see people standing nearby that others didn’t, or hear whispers in her ear at night while trying to sleep, or black shadows swirling around the ceiling. All these things made her wonder what more was out there. She wanted to learn more and not be afraid of the things happening.

She has been a paranormal enthusiast for years, searching for answers to the unknown, but professionally only since 2015 when she joined Ectovision Paranormal as a case manager. She has investigated numerous places from famous such as the Hinsdale House, Madison Seminary, and Monroe House to personal homes. She now tries to help others get answers and make sense of the paranormal, the unknown. She co-founded this team in the hopes of helping other teams, places, or homeowners find the answers they are searching for.

Her religious beliefs are from being raised in different churches growing up. Amber is an ordained minister and while she believes in God/Creator, she was also raised with native american beliefs. So while she’s not a religious person, she is spiritual. She believes that angels do watch over us all but you get back what you put out into the universe.

Chris

Lead IT, Spirit Counselor & Investigator

Chris was born in Ohio, but he has lived in many other places. He has learned spiritual nuances from the many places he has lived from northeastern Ohio to the Smoky Mountains of Georgia; a reservation in South Dakota to Amish country in western New York and points in between. He currently resides in Summit County, Ohio with his wife and children.

Chris is an ordained minister who has spent his life interested in and studying the supernatural. He is an empath and both an excellent listener and observer. He suffered from night terrors as a small child, and always searched for a meaning behind why they happened to him. This led him to a deeper study and research of the paranormal and psychology, how it affects life, and how life affects it. Chris also has experience as an investigator and production hand with EctoVision Paranormal. Where he investigated and assisted in filming investigations for private residences and historical sites including places such as The Monroe House, and the Hinsdale House.

Chris is actually quite skeptical about most paranormal activities, and yet open possibilities both mundane and supernatural. As a student of both psychology and parapsychology, he has a clear understanding that the world is more than we see, hear, feel, and often understand, but this also means he is always looking for the best answers. 

Robin

Researcher & Investigator

As a youngster I grew up hearing my elders whisper about my maternal; great-grandmother and her " cards" and her "gift", how she has lived a gypsy lifestyle, running away and joining the circus at 14 years old. It wasn't until I was older that I figured out what all the talk was about. I was gifted her "cards" which turned out to be a deck of tarot cards. I have fond memories of playing "cards" with my great-grandmother, little did I know, she was reading my cards! It was a few years later that I learned that she was a clairvoyant, it was then that I became interested in the metaphysical and spirituality. Upon moving out and feeling free to explore, I began reading and learning about my interest. 

Upon my father's passing, is when I became interested in the paranormal. I had several experiences where I felt his presence before he crossed over. My experiences lead me to further research about paranormal activity and I have spent years reading, talking, and learning about the world of paranormal activity. I have gone on to have many paranormal experiences. which has kept me interested in learning how I may be of help to others.

I have lived in Cuyahoga Falls, Summit County since I was 7 years old. I am a history buff of sorts and familiar with folklore and urban legends regarding the area. I am a mother, grandmother, sister, and friend to many. My motto in life is " The day you think you know it all, is the day you need to throw in the towel"

Justine 

Researcher & Investigator

I have had an interest in the paranormal & metaphysical world for as long as I can remember. Most of us had an imaginary friend, I believe I had a spirit. Most often when a child has a spirit it gets shrugged off as an imaginary friend. Back when I was a child no one talked about it the paranormal, they would believe you were crazy. I see and sometimes feel the energy around me. In regard to the metaphysical world, I have accumulated several stones, gems, and practices. My sister and I go out late a night to places to just sit and see if we connect with anyone. It is really great to share this with my sister by birth. She feels and does not see. A lot of the time we are just called sisters.

Listen in to the episode #360 of the 222 Paranormal Podcast and enjoy!

According to data from Podcasthosting.org, 55% of Americans have listened to at least one episode of a podcast, and about 37% say they listen to a podcast at least every month. But have you ever considered exactly what’s going on in your mind as you listen to a podcast?

"Your brain is a complex organ," explains materials scientist and engineer Titi Shodiya, who hosts the podcast Dope Labs alongside molecular biologist Zakiya Whatley. "At any given moment, various parts of your brain are firing off different messages." Scientifically speaking, consuming information can activate your mesolimbic pathway, also known as the "reward pathway," releasing dopamine throughout the brain. This "feel-good" chemical is responsible for pleasure and lighting up your mind's reward centers. 

So how can listening to podcasts benefit your brain? A 2016 study out of UC Berkeley concluded that listening to narrative stories (much like podcasts) can stimulate multiple parts of your brain — so whether it's that adrenaline rush you get from true crime podcasts or a paranormal podcast that boosts your endorphins, there's truly something out there for everyone. 

Podcasts encourage the spirit of debate, and paranormal reports couldn’t be more suited. Skeptics and believers will argue about the existence of Bigfoot, UFOs, ghosts, and demonic presences until the end of time. Personal testimony and scientific research make the case for the validity of paranormal accounts. If you can’t believe it with your eyes, maybe you will with your ears.

Paranormal podcasts are popular for several reasons. According to a post on Student Assembly, some people listen to paranormal podcasts because they enjoy feeling scared in a safe wayOthers listen because they are curious about the paranormal and want to learn more about it 1Paranormal podcasts also encourage debate between skeptics and believers about the existence of Bigfoot, UFOs, ghosts, and demonic presences 

How or why is your choice, but we are grateful and thankful you chose to spend your time with us!

The 222 Paranormal Podcast is currently in its 7th season. They encourage listeners to check them out on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. This podcast is 100% self-supported, so please help by sharing the show, sharing posts and telling others to listen, these only cost a second of you time and helps immensly! 

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May 21, 2023

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Established in 1835, Wolfinger Cemetery is one of the oldest in the county. And by all accounts, it also seems to be one of the most haunted.

Do a Google search for Wolfinger and you won't find much. Well, you will, but it's pretty much all the same information, word for word in most cases.


The most haunted metro park in Ohio, and it has a cemetery in it. Ghost kids playing with visitors and do you know what a tree tombstone means? All in this week's episode. The legend of Wolfinger generally goes something like this,

Inside Wolfinger Cemetery, the graves of two parents and their three children line the wooded edge. They all died within days of each other. Ghostly children have been seen playing around the graves, particularly one girl who is about ten or twelve years old.

And, that's pretty much all there is to it. This location seems interesting enough to put it on my "Places To Visit This Summer," but a little too vague to discuss here in any great detail.

Listen in to the episode #359 of the 222 Paranormal Podcast and enjoy!

According to data from Podcasthosting.org, 55% of Americans have listened to at least one episode of a podcast, and about 37% say they listen to a podcast at least every month. But have you ever considered exactly what’s going on in your mind as you listen to a podcast?

"Your brain is a complex organ," explains materials scientist and engineer Titi Shodiya, who hosts the podcast Dope Labs alongside molecular biologist Zakiya Whatley. "At any given moment, various parts of your brain are firing off different messages." Scientifically speaking, consuming information can activate your mesolimbic pathway, also known as the "reward pathway," releasing dopamine throughout the brain. This "feel-good" chemical is responsible for pleasure and lighting up your mind's reward centers. 

So how can listening to podcasts benefit your brain? A 2016 study out of UC Berkeley concluded that listening to narrative stories (much like podcasts) can stimulate multiple parts of your brain — so whether it's that adrenaline rush you get from true crime podcasts or a paranormal podcast that boosts your endorphins, there's truly something out there for everyone. 

Podcasts encourage the spirit of debate, and paranormal reports couldn’t be more suited. Skeptics and believers will argue about the existence of Bigfoot, UFOs, ghosts, and demonic presences until the end of time. Personal testimony and scientific research make the case for the validity of paranormal accounts. If you can’t believe it with your eyes, maybe you will with your ears.

Paranormal podcasts are popular for several reasons. According to a post on Student Assembly, some people listen to paranormal podcasts because they enjoy feeling scared in a safe wayOthers listen because they are curious about the paranormal and want to learn more about it 1Paranormal podcasts also encourage debate between skeptics and believers about the existence of Bigfoot, UFOs, ghosts, and demonic presences 

How or why is your choice, but we are grateful and thankful you chose to spend your time with us!

The 222 Paranormal Podcast is currently in its 7th season. They encourage listeners to check them out on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. This podcast is 100% self-supported, so please help by sharing the show, sharing posts and telling others to listen, these only cost a second of you time and helps immensly! 

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May 14, 2023

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Shrouded in mystery, rumors of a large black object that has orbited for over 200 years is floating around. Claims say this phenomenon has been sending intense signals towards planet earth. For years scientists tried to unravel the meaning. And now these signals have been decoded. If this is true, then it's been watching us for 13000 years. This terror known as The Black Knight.

Nicola tesla. Built a large tower to study anicteric Electricity and free power. His lab was in Colorado Springs. One evening in 1899 tesla was shocked to receive a signal. He believed it was artificial because he never sent out anything. He was receiving numbers in a regular pattern. He believed they were coming from High in the atomizer. Turns out he was wrong, it wasn’t coming from earth it was coming from space. He was quoted in a newspaper saying “I believe numbers are being used for communication because numbers are universal”.

A few years later Guglielmo Marconi inventor of the wireless radio picked up the same signal also. Then Jorgen Halls  a radio engineer sent out signals and he received the same signals back a few seconds later.  

Now this isn’t anything unexplainable this is called radio echoes. These usually accor 1?7th of a second after there sent. These were taking 15 seconds. These are now known as Long delay echos

May 4th, 1954 2 years before Sputnik newspapers reported that one or two satellites were circling the earth. This was reported by Donald Keyhow he was the founder of NICAP.   The base out of white sands was tracking one or two satellites. They were 400 and 600 miles above the earth.

Listen in to the episode #358 of the 222 Paranormal Podcast and enjoy!

According to data from Podcasthosting.org, 55% of Americans have listened to at least one episode of a podcast, and about 37% say they listen to a podcast at least every month. But have you ever considered exactly what’s going on in your mind as you listen to a podcast?

"Your brain is a complex organ," explains materials scientist and engineer Titi Shodiya, who hosts the podcast Dope Labs alongside molecular biologist Zakiya Whatley. "At any given moment, various parts of your brain are firing off different messages." Scientifically speaking, consuming information can activate your mesolimbic pathway, also known as the "reward pathway," releasing dopamine throughout the brain. This "feel-good" chemical is responsible for pleasure and lighting up your mind's reward centers. 

So how can listening to podcasts benefit your brain? A 2016 study out of UC Berkeley concluded that listening to narrative stories (much like podcasts) can stimulate multiple parts of your brain — so whether it's that adrenaline rush you get from true crime podcasts or a paranormal podcast that boosts your endorphins, there's truly something out there for everyone. 

Podcasts encourage the spirit of debate, and paranormal reports couldn’t be more suited. Skeptics and believers will argue about the existence of Bigfoot, UFOs, ghosts, and demonic presences until the end of time. Personal testimony and scientific research make the case for the validity of paranormal accounts. If you can’t believe it with your eyes, maybe you will with your ears.

Paranormal podcasts are popular for several reasons. According to a post on Student Assembly, some people listen to paranormal podcasts because they enjoy feeling scared in a safe wayOthers listen because they are curious about the paranormal and want to learn more about it 1Paranormal podcasts also encourage debate between skeptics and believers about the existence of Bigfoot, UFOs, ghosts, and demonic presences 

How or why is your choice, but we are grateful and thankful you chose to spend your time with us!

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May 7, 2023

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In this episode, we talk about Oceanic Legends and monsters.

Facing the open ocean can be terrifying. Miles from shore across storm-tossed seas, with nothing but water in all directions--including straight down--a sailor or fisherman cannot help but wonder what lurks in the depths. When the oceans were still unexplored, these fears often took the form of imaginary monsters.

Many sea monsters include features from living animals. A large tentacle becomes part of a monstrous sea serpent or many-armed kraken: The eye sees a fragment; the mind fills in the rest. A blend of tall tales, mistaken identity, and resonant cultural symbols, stories of sea monsters often reveal more about the minds of the imaginers than they do about the natural world.

According to sea monster myth and legends, the sea bishop or bishop-fish was caught and taken to the King of Poland, who showed it to a group of Catholic bishops. When the bishops released the creature, it made the sign of the cross before disappearing back under the waves.

The bishop-fish is a type of fish that looks like a man—specifically, like a Catholic bishop—while other variations include legends of the sea monk, a fish that looks like a monk. Later experts came to the conclusion that the sea monk was probably actually an Angel shark, a type of shark that is also known as a monkfish.

The bishop-fish made an appearance in the fourth volume of Conrad Gesner’s Historiae animalium, an “inventory of renaissance zoology,” as well as Johann Zahn’s Specula physico-mathematico-historica notabilium ac mirabilium sciendorum, and has been associated with the imagery of the half-human, half-fish sages known as Apkallu in ancient Mesopotamian mythology.

 

In Japan, these sea monsters were pure nightmare fuel for sailors who believed in the myths surrounding this creature. Umibōzu is a giant, shadowy, humanoid-like monster who terrorizes sailors who are unlucky enough to cross paths with it during a voyage. Upon encountering the creature, what was once a beautiful day with calm waters immediately turns into thunderous chaos with harsh waves and never-ending rain.

According to Japanese mythology, when an Umibōzu appears, they will either immediately attack a ship and drown its crew, or ask for a barrel from the ship’s supply as an offering. If the crew complies with the creature’s demand, sometimes the Umibōzu will spare the ship. But in order to ensure a safe travel away from the sea monster, sailors say that giving the Umibōzu a bottomless barrel will leave the creature confused, giving the ship and its crew an opportunity to flee before the Umibōzu realizes it has been tricked.

Apr 30, 2023

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Terrified, frightened, shook and that's how I was watching the episode...I can't imagine how it must have been for our special guests. Joining us today on the 222 Paranormal Podcast are Courtney Buckley from the hit show Scared & Alone and her bestie G.G. from Paranormal XL podcast. These brave investigators share with us their incredible true-life experience with the very recent taping of the show Sacred & Alone at the infamous Villisca Axe Murder House. Turn on the lights for this episode 356, it's about to get real scary!!
Scared & Alone is a livestream paranormal investigation where you get to experience what it’s like to be in one of the world’s most haunted locations. 
Look for livestream episodes of Scared & Alone on Saturday nights at 9PM Eastern Time on YouTube, or @ScaredAloneLive on Facebook, Twitter and Twitch!  Join the investigation and help us explore these mysterious and exciting locations. Hosted by Dean Haglund (The-X-Files, The Lone Gunmen), with “Ghost Bait” Courtney Buckley, Author and Investigator David L. Sloan (Robert the Doll), “The Paranormal Princess” Miss Haley Michelle, “The Gentleman Psychic” Richard-Lael Lillard, Todd Bonner (Detroit Paranormal Expeditions), Tammie Merheb-Chavez (Hollyweird Podcast), Patti Negri (Ghost Adventures, TFIL Overnight), and YOU!

 

Apr 23, 2023

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As paranormal investigators, we seek the secrets and truths of what happens on the other side. Are we constrained to one area? Can we communicate with our loved ones? Will we see and know all? This week's guest is helping us to understand the process and has spent years researching these very questions. In this episode 355, the 222 Paranormal Podcast talks to Nicole Strickland about her experience in researching the afterlife and the mysteries that abound.

Nicole Strickland is a well-respected afterlife & paranormal researcher, author, podcaster, and speaker from San Diego, California. She is the founder, director, and case manager of the San Diego Paranormal Research Society. Nicole is the Ghost Research Society's California Coordinator and is a consultant to other investigative teams. Since 2011, she has co-hosted the “Spirits of the Adobe” tours at the iconic Rancho Buena Vista Adobe.

Blending her love of history, paranormal studies, and writing, Nicole has written several books, including Field Guide to Southern California Hauntings, The Haunted Queen of the Seas: The Living Legend of the RMS Queen Mary, Spirited Queen Mary: Her Haunted Legend, RMS Queen Mary: Voices from Her Voyages, San Diego’s Most Haunted: The Historical Legacy and Paranormal Marvels of America’s Finest City, Spirits of Rancho Buena Vista Adobe, Max and Kayli: Two Remarkable Felines Forever Imprinted on My Heart and The Afterlife Chronicles: Exploring the Connection Between Life, Death, and Beyond. She is also a writer and contributor to Paranormal Underground Magazine.

Nicole gives presentations about a variety of paranormal topics at conferences, events, and libraries. She has presented at some of the best-known conventions, such as the Oregon Ghost Conference, Port Gamble Ghost Conference, Troy Taylor’s Haunted America Conference, Maritime Ghost Conference of San Diego, Preston Castle Benefit Paracon, Ghost Fest IV aboard the Queen Mary, and Strange Escapes, among others.  She is represented non-exclusively by RK Entertainment.

Nicole has been featured in a myriad of media outlets discussing her work as a paranormal researcher. These include several local San Diego newspapers and magazines and news programs, such as Good Morning San Diego, San Diego Living, KPBS Evening Edition, and Channel 8 Evening Edition. She has been interviewed for nationally televised programs, including My Ghost Story: Caught on Camera, Travel Channel’s Ghost Stories, and Famously Afraid; has been further interviewed on hundreds of radio shows and podcasts.

Nicole co-hosts Haunted Voices Radio, one of the longest-running radio programs featuring a plethora of guests from all areas of the supernatural.  In late 2020, she debuted her radio show The Afterlife Chronicles, which was selected by Feedspot as one of the top 25 programs on the afterlife.

 

Apr 16, 2023

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One of the most interesting buildings in Manhattan is certainly a landmark, though it doesn’t come up as often as many of the others. Possibly because this building is a landmark not for its height, or its grandeur, but because of the darkness that surrounds it. Built between 1880 and 1884, the Dakota started off as a building alone in what was, at the time, an empty area of the island of Manhattan. Today, we call that area the Upper West Side, and it is far from empty.

The most famous story of Lennon’s ghost appearing at the Dakota was told by Yoko Ono. As the story goes, Yoko, who lived in the Dakota for 20 years after Lennon’s death, saw the spirit of the musical god sitting at his piano. Lennon turned to Yoko and said “Don’t be afraid. I am still with you,” before vanishing. The first reported sighting of Lennon’s ghost was in 1983 when Joey Harrow and Amanda Moores spotted the Beatle standing at the entrance of the Dakota. Harrow claimed that Lennon was surrounded by an ominous light, and Moores said that she almost walked up to Lennon, but the look on his face suggested he wasn’t in the mood to talk to strangers. I suppose being shot in the back five times by a stranger would make you wary.

Before his death, John Lennon claimed to have had his own paranormal experiences in the Dakota. Lennon told tales of seeing a spirit he called The Crying Lady walking the halls of the building. The going theory is that Lennon, and others who have seen this Crying Lady, are seeing the ghost of Elise Vesley, who managed the Dakota through the 1930s, 40s, and 50s. Elise, who was way into the paranormal herself, believed that she had psychokinetic powers and was a major player in the Vedantist movement. As is often the story when it comes to ghosts, Mrs. Vesley suffered a great tragedy when her son was hit by a truck outside the Dakota. The boy died, and by all accounts, Mrs. Vesley was never the same again. She took to being extra nice, and extra protective of the children that lived in the Dakota.

Apr 9, 2023

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The Comte de Saint Germain (French pronunciation: 1691 or 1712 – 27 February 1784) was a European adventurer, with an interest in science, alchemy and the arts. He achieved prominence in European high society of the mid-18th century. Prince Charles of Hesse-Kassel considered him to be "one of the greatest philosophers who ever lived". St. Germain used a variety of names and titles, an accepted practice amongst royalty and nobility at the time. These include the Marquis de Montferrat, Comte Bellamarre, Chevalier Schoening, Count Weldon, Comte Soltikoff, Manuel Doria, Graf Tzarogy, and Prinz Ragoczy. To deflect enquiries as to his origins, he would make far-fetched claims, such as being 500 years old, leading Voltaire to sarcastically dub him "The Wonderman" and that "He is a man who does not die, and who knows everything".

His real name is unknown while his birth and background are obscure, but towards the end of his life, he claimed that he was a son of Prince Francis II Rákóczi of Transylvania. His name has occasionally caused him to be confused with Claude Louis, Comte de Saint-Germain, a noted French general.

Apr 2, 2023

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The Cannons shot out, piercing the night like thunder....

162 years ago the Civil War literally divided our great nation.  Brother against brother, cousin against cousin, north vs. south fought some of the most deadliest battles on American soil. Blood spilled into the ground, as young men and seasoned soldiers gave the ultimate sacrifice. But some sentinels are still on duty. The battle continues for the ghosts and spirits caught in a never-ending war. Battle cries and rhythmic drums still fill moonlight nights across fields and battle sites. Ghost soldiers still are on duty, some showing up on camera and in photos for the brave ghost hunters and some who are not even trying to connect with the dead.

Listen in as the 222 Paranormal Podcast explores the Civil War, tells ghost stories and shares some cool paranormal sites you can visit.

Mar 26, 2023

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In this episode, we visit Jason and talk about some of his paranormal experiences. We catch up with people and places we have in common. Although our internet connection was lost at the end of the interview you will be intrigued at the information Jason has brought to us. With the amount of investigations Jason has been on you will enjoy his stories.

Founder of BLUE paranormal which stands for Beyond Living Unique Experiences.

Also, part of Dead People See Me group/show. Jason Wilkerson has been investigating for 22 years with over 500 locations residential included.

Most notable locations were: The Conjuring House, Ancient Ram Inn, Waverly Hills, Moundsville Penitentiary, Binions Hotel, Poasttown Elementary,  Hales Bar, Central State Hospital and Indiana Beach Amusement Park. Jason also is Specializing in EVP'S.

 

Mar 19, 2023

 

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Mystical as Tarot Cards are, so is our guest Katrina Marie. Her famous tarot readings take her to an unknown realm as she will explain in our interview. She shares her own near-death experiences that will leave you in shock as well as her triumphant story of overcoming some great personal hurdles. 

Most popularly used tools of divination in the world today. While not as simple as some other methods, like pendulums or tea leaves, the Tarot has drawn people into its magic for centuries. Today, cards are available to purchase in hundreds of different designs. There is a Tarot deck for just about any practitioner, no matter where his or her interests may lie. Whether you’re a fan of Lord of the Rings or baseball, whether you love zombies or are interested in the writings of Jane Austen, you name it, there’s probably a deck out there for you to choose.

Although methods of reading the Tarot have changed over the years, and many readers adopt their own unique style to the traditional meanings of a layout, in general, the cards themselves haven’t changed much. Lets look at some of the early decks of Tarot cards, and the history of how these came to be used as more than just a parlor game.

 

Tarot as Divination

In both France and Italy, the original purpose of Tarot was as a parlor game, not as a divinatory tool. It appears that divination with playing cards started to become popular in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth century, although at that time, it was far simpler than the way we use Tarot today.

By the eighteenth century, however, people were beginning to assign specific meanings to each card, and even offer suggestions as to how they could be laid out for divinatory purposes.

 

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Mar 12, 2023

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In this episode, we return to the mysticism of the Ouija board. What powers does it hold? Can it activate Poltergyst activity? We received an email that took us back to talking about the Ouija board and the feelings associated with it. It is one of the most requested topics we get emails about. Some of the stories we will be reading to you are. 

The open circle

When Vince, now 30, was a child, one of his friends goaded him into playing with an Ouija board in his basement. Young Vince didn’t expect anything unusual to happen, so he went along with it. Once they started to play, however, the lights began to flicker, the air around them grew cold, and a spirit began to communicate with them through the board. The spirit spelled out a Russian name and claimed he had been murdered.

 

“We took a break to make some pizza rolls,” Vince says, “but we forgot to close the circle when we were done.” (If you’re new to Ouija board stories, that’s a giant no-no!) “After returning to the basement, the energy was much heavier, and books and things were sprawled out on the floor.” And yet, the board remained perfectly still in the center of the room, just how they had left it. “Upon looking at a mirror that we had nearby, the eye of the Ouija board was moving sporadically in its reflection.”

 

Solo play

Most people play with a Ouija board in groups, or at least with one other person. But Ossiana wanted to try to use it on her own. She put her hands on the pointer and asked questions, but nothing happened. She took her hands off of the pointer and was about to put the game away when the planchette began to move around on its own. “I’ll never try that again,” says the 30-year-old from New Jersey.

 

A haunted housewarming

“The first time I used a Ouija board, I was about six or seven, and I was with my mom and older sister, who was about 15 at the time,” Paige, now 24, tells Reader’s Digest. The family had just moved to a new house, much bigger and much older than the one they lived in previously. That night, Paige, her mother, and her sister were eating pizza on the living room floor since they didn’t have all of their furniture set up yet, and they put on a fire to ease the chill of the fall air. After dinner, her sister pushed her mom to let them play with their old Ouija board

“As we were using it,” Paige recounts, “a box in the living room that had some books in it literally flew across the room.” Shortly after that, the fire inexplicably went out, and their mother was so shaken that she took the girls to their grandmother’s house to spend the night. If this story doesn’t convince you to skip the Ouija board and opt for one of these Halloween movies for kids instead, we don’t know what will!

Mar 5, 2023

A rare phenomenon has some children born unto us as gifted in what we call Indigo Child or Rainbow Children. But what does this mean? What abilities do these children possess? How can you tell if your child is one? How can you tell if you are one? The 222 Paranormal Podcast has researched for you! We talk about the signs and meanings of this incredible talents.

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Feb 26, 2023

Do you ever feel like you got a fresh start? Have you ever had a feeling of being renewed? Have you ever felt like you are a completely different person? If you have it could be what we call a soul transfer. In this episode, the 222 Paranormal Podcast explores the phenomenon called walk ins and soul transferring. 

Is it possible? How does it happen? when does it happen? We will explore all these questions and more, stay tuned and listen in!

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In this episode, we talk about the phenomenon of Walk In's. Also known as Soul Exchange. 

A walk-in can only occur when one soul is ready to leave their earthly life and agrees to give the body over to another. Souls decide to leave earth for many reasons, but for walk-outs the most common reason is the desire to cut a life short due to suicidal feelings that won't subside. In some other cases, their Life Plan may be complete, their karma for that lifetime complete, or because they are unable to learn or grow in that particular life any further. The person's Higher Self may have plans for them in a new, better lifetime, and so withdraw the essence from the body. With the case of suicide, the soul is saved the need to harm their own body in order to leave it, for the walk-in soul requires a healthy body. So, an agreed upon switch is made, leaving a healthy body that another soul can utilize.

Feb 19, 2023

Can you hear that Evelyn? It's time for me to go....the faint whistle of the train is heard upon the wind. The train arrives yet no one is at the helm. The ghost train is always on time.

One of the most mysterious ghostly happenings, one shrouded in fog and the night are phantom trains. The metal screeching of the brakes against the clanking of the rails, a conductor yelling all aboard, the sound of an engine crashing off a long since abandon Trestle. These are some of the most prevalent paranormal happenings involving phantom trains.

In small towns to abandon tunnels sightings of rail workers and passengers on their forever voyages replay the derailments, crashes and horrifying accidents that they never thought could happen to them. The 50,000 tons of steel balanced only on two rails moving across the lands, someone their first journey, others who traveled the night owls for all their lives met with a fate only the gods would understand.

Travel with the 222 Paranormal Podcast onto some of the most haunting sightings of phantom trains, haunted rail cars, and famous train tragedy's.

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