Paranormal events are purported phenomena described in popular culture, folk, and other non-scientific bodies of knowledge. The existence within these contexts is described as beyond the scope of normal scientific understanding. Notable paranormal beliefs include those that pertain to extrasensory perception, spiritualism and of ghost hunting. The term Paranormal can cover a much broader aspect but we will keep this page to those subjects.
This page will focus on the spiritualism, ghost hunting and extrasensory perception. We will talk to Investigators about what they think is going on. We will ask them what equipment they use and like the best. Then we allow the live listener to call in or chat questions in the chat room.
ESP is the ability to receive and process information independent of our five senses. Hence, why this phenomenon is often coined a “sixth” sense.
Spirituality is a broad concept with room for many perspectives. In general, it includes a sense of connection to something bigger than ourselves, and it typically involves a search for meaning in life. As such, it is a universal human experience—something that touches us all.
Ghost hunting is the process of investigating locations that are reported to be haunted by ghosts. Typically, a ghost-hunting team will attempt to collect evidence supporting the existence of paranormal activity.
The Paranormal history surrounding Tennessee’s haunted plantations and Antebellum homes is soaked in blood and mistreatment. The shadow this time left behind on the United States will never truly fade away.
Located just off Big Elm Road in Kingsport, Tennessee. There are rumors of murder, death and satanic rituals surround the tunnel. The locals feel that it is a place of evil, that should be avoided at all costs.
On February 16, 1981, 40-year-old landlord Alan Bono was stabbed to death with a 5-inch pocket knife by 19-year-old Arne Cheyenne Johnson. After the two argued outside of a dog kennel in the small town of Brookfield, Connecticut. Reportedly, the only witnesses to the crime were Johnson’s two younger sisters, and his girlfriend.
Green Eyes is rumored to be a man who lost his head to a cannonball, frantically searching the battlefield at night for his dislocated body, Tinney said. “History says ghosts in the battlefield such as the Green Eyes tale began happening soon after the war in 1863.
Home to the dead bodies in the Bubonic Plague, the Poveglia Island is located between Venice and Lido in the Venetian Lagoo, northern Italy. The scary island is divided into two separate parts by a canal. The island first appears in the historical records in 421, and in 1776 the island was used to separate the unhealthy from the healthy.
Summerwind, formerly known as Lamont Mansion, is a ruined mansion on the shores of West Bay Lake in Vilas County, Wisconsin. Located on private land, its ruins are closed to the public. A number of urban legends and ghost stories in popular culture have contributed to its reputation as a haunted house.
Hy-Brasil is a mysterious island appearing on maps from 1325 to the 1800s. In Irish myth, it was said to be clouded in mist except for one day every seven years, when it became visible but still could not be reached. Stories about the island have circulated throughout Europe for centuries.
Mike Ricksecker is the author of A Walk In The Shadows: A Complete Guide To Shadow People, the historic paranormal books Ghosts of Maryland, Ghosts and Legends of Oklahoma, Campfire Tales: Midwest, Ghostorian Case Files, and the Encounters With The Paranormal series.
Robin Goodfellow, more commonly known as “Puck,” is a spirit that haunts the British Isles. Depending on the myth, he is a fairy or goblin or sometimes a demon. Puck’s origins are shrouded in the mists that once hung in the rich British forests, but we do have some clues as to where he came from.
Elementals, what are they and what is their purpose on Earth.” This will include the subject of bigfoot, which we briefly touched on in the last show. Some of that species are here as elementals.
David & Jason talk with Renee Dykes about her paranormal experiences. She studies demonology as a way to protect herself. Renee has seen spirits since she was 10 years old.
Throughout its history, the two-story log building, which was originally owned by John Carmichael, served as a residence, stagecoach stop and railroad inn. It served as a stopping point for stage coach travelers from Nashville, Knoxville and Chattanooga.
Rose Hall Plantation – better known today as Rose Hall Great House – in Montego Bay, Jamaica is considered one of the most haunted houses in the western hemisphere. It has such a notorious reputation that the famous American singer and songwriter, Johnny Cash, wrote a song popularizing the legend created by Herbert de Lisser who immortalized Annie Palmer.
David and Jason talk about the paranormal with Adam Head.Adam is the founder of Dark Specter Paranormal Research. He is also a guide for Lynchburg’s Haunted Home in Lynchburg Tennessee.
David And Jason talk about some ghost stories from the Vietnam War.
Australia is known for its beautiful beaches, colorful marine parks, unique wildlife, and burning hot sun. There are countless souls trapped in historic buildings, par lands, and underground caverns waiting for their chance to scare the living daylights out of visitors.
Demonic possession involves the belief that a spirit, demon, or entity controls a person’s actions. David and Jason talk about demonic possession and cases of possession. Listen and Follow.
In Central European folklore, Krampus is a horned, anthropomorphic figure described as “half-goat, half-demon”, who, during the Christmas season, punishes children who have misbehaved.
David and Jason host a terror filled night of ghost stories, with special guest Brian Weaver from GhostQuest.net and Sherry Perry and Matt Perry from Appalachian Spirits, Haunting and Folklore.
Why do children dress in costume and knock on strangers’ doors to ask for treats on Halloween? The practice can be traced to the ancient Celts, early Roman Catholics and 17th-century British politics.
Beware: These scary ghost stories are certainly not for the faint of heart. Even those who love creepy Halloween movies and dive right in to frightening stories with witches or vampires will get chills from these tales.
From witches to zombies , the season’s scary legends all formed from decades to centuries of lore.
For most, the concept of possession comes from what we see in movies and books. But for those poor souls involved, the forces at work were frighteningly real. From super strength and speaking in tongues to levitation, here are four real exorcism stories and cases of demonic possession.
Stargate Project work primarily involved remote viewing, the purported ability to psychically “see” events, sites, or information from a great distance.
Astral projection is a term used in esotericism to describe an intentional out-of-body experience. This assumes the existence of a soul or consciousness called an “astral body” that is separate from the physical body and capable of travelling outside it throughout the universe.
When Waters first called in to the program he claimed to have found a hole that by his calculations, was greater than 80,000 feet. Waters then claimed that the hole had the ability to restore life to dead animals, relating a story of a man’s dead dog that was thrown into the pit, and then found walking around alive soon after.
David and Jason talk about strange and unusual disapperances
David and Jason talk about some stories of Reincarnation.
David and Jason talk about some of the most haunted places in Tennessee.
David and Jason Discuss the strange island in mexico filled with dolls hanging from the trees.
David and Jason discuss the hottest paranormal location in the USA.
Unearthing the Supernatural definitely has a plethora of topics and discussions to talk about and share. Like their experiences with the paranormal (having over 15 years experience), Native American beliefs and philosophies (being a Native American Paranormal Group), and some interesting happenings and evidence since stepping into the limelight. They have been featured on Ghost Adventures “Disturbed in Wickenburg” on DiscoveryPlus. Where they captured a ghost using a Full-spectrum still camera that appeared to be holding a rifle
The Most Haunted Places in Chattanooga
Not many people realize that Chattanooga is one of the most haunted cities in America! While it doesn’t get the press that other haunted Tennessee cities get, like Nashville, Chattanooga is one seriously haunted city!
The Samuel Cleage House dates back to around 1826. Local residents know it colloquially as “The Clegg House.”
Locals gave accounts of noises and voices that have caused the inability to hold tennants in the past
Some speculate that the White Screamer is an exotic animal that escaped when a traveling circus was passing through town. Others say it is a banshee that emits the horrible cries.
Spring-heeled Jack is an entity in English folklore of the Victorian era. The first claimed sighting of Spring-heeled Jack was in 1837. Later sightings were reported all over the United Kingdom and were especially prevalent in suburban London, the Midlands and Scotland.
Constructed from 1905-1913 primarily to hold back the whirlpools along the Tennessee River, the Hales Bar Dam in Tennessee was the nation’s first hydroelectric dam. According to legend, War Chief Dragging Canoe cursed the land after the Treaty of Sycamore Shoals was signed.
David and Jason talk with June Lundgren about her gifts and experiences! She a psychic, medium, demon seer, healer, animal communicator, international author and nurse. She has appeared on such shows as Coast to Coast Am, Midnight in the Desert, Jim Harold’s Paranormal Podcast, Ground Zero and the television show Ghost Adventures.
Among nautical myths and legends, few are as famous as the Flying Dutchman. Many have claimed to see the ghostly vessel of Captain Hendrick van der Decken (the Dutchman) since it sank in 1641. It is because of his brash attitude in the face of God’s stormy wrath that Captain van der Decken and his crew are said to be cursed to sail the high seas until doomsday.
J.B. Coates talks about the paranormal experiences she has had. As well as the books she has written. When she’s not busy completing a book, she is at Old South Pittsburg Hospital leading investigations.
In January 1971, the Perron family moved into a 14-room farmhouse in Harrisville, Rhode Island, where Carolyn, Roger, and their five daughters began to notice strange things happening almost immediately after they moved in.
Dean McMurray—“The Military Medium”— is an internationally acclaimed psychic, medium, healer, dowser and ordained minister. His story, so powerful and so authentic, is unlike any other psychic medium out there, and it’s why people from all across the globe are drawn to him for readings and personal guidance.
In the 145 years since the accident, strange occurrences have been repeatedly attributed to the spirits of the girls. One story involves a relief Lighthouse Keeper living in the home in the 1950s who reported hearing footsteps upstairs.
Brian Weaver of GhostQuest.net joins us. He has compiled the largest online resource for paranormal researchers and enthusiasts! So far he has published 3 books in his The Ultimate Folklore & Haunted Locations Guide series.
Lori Hines talks with David and Jason about portals, vortexes and ley lines and how such energy could be the cause of missing persons and other mysterious circumstances. If we have time, Lori might be doing some mini-readings on spirit animals or past lives.
David and Jason talk Demonology with Joseph P. Laycock. He is an author as well as an associate professor of religious studies at Texas State University. He teaches courses on world religions, religion in America, new religious movements, and the intersection of religion and popular culture.
The coroner found that Pearl Bryan was pregnant when she was murdered and that she had been drugged with cocaine. Jackson and Walling were found guilty and sentenced to hang.
Lori Hines introduces the Project Dark Corona audience to Spirits Guides & Angels.
The Slender Man is a being (male in appearance) who looks like a man with extremely long, slender arms and legs. He also appears to have 4 to 8 long, black tentacles that protrude from his back. Though different photographs and enthusiasts disagree on this fact.
Watch out for the Kallikantzaroi, the holiday demons. These uninvited festive guests may sneak into homes through the chimney or by using the front door.
October 18, 1871 – it is known that Nina Craigmiles was riding in a buggy with her grandfather when it was struck by a train. Dr. Gideon Thompson was apparently ejected from the buggy upon impact and survived. Seven-year-old Nina did not.
Hidden deep within the bowels of the earth and ruled by the god Hades and his wife Persephone. The Underworld was the kingdom of the dead in Greek mythology, the sunless place where the souls of those who died went after death.
For a few years now, a collection of strange stories about black eyed kids has been bouncing around the Internet via paranormal forums and supernatural chat rooms. These stories have a single originating point–a creepy experience reported by journalist Brian Bethel on January 16, 1998.
Day of the Dead is an interesting holiday celebrated in central and southern Mexico during the chilly days of November 1 & 2. Even though this coincides with the Catholic holiday called All Soul’s & All Saint’s Day, the indigenous people have combined this with their own ancient beliefs of honoring their deceased loved ones.
The tales that have grown over generations around reputedly haunted places can take on a fantastic life of their own in folklore, and the stories that surround a place can influence our experiences of them.
The Winchester Mystery House® is an architectural wonder and historic landmark in San Jose, CA that was once the personal residence of Sarah Lockwood Pardee Winchester, the widow of William Wirt Winchester and heiress to a large portion of the Winchester® Repeating Arms fortune.
Edgar Cayce was an American clairvoyant who claimed to channel a “Source” to answer questions. On subjects as varied as healing, reincarnation, dreams, the afterlife, past-life, nutrition, Atlantis, and future events. While in a self-induced sleep state.
Thirty miles outside of New York City, nestled in the Long Island town of Amityville, stands the house forever linked to the Amityville Horror phenomenon. On November 13, 1974, the estate was the scene of mass murder. Using a .35 Marlin rifle, 23-year-old Ronald J. DeFeo Jr. murdered his entire family while they were asleep, which included his parents and four siblings.
We are told from a young age that we are all individuals. That no-one is quite like us, we are special. But what if that’s not true. There is plenty of modern day evidence that would suggest we all in fact have at least 1 likeness out there somewhere in the big wide cosmos
David and jason talk paranormal locations with GhostQueat.net founder and creator Brian Weaver, special in studio guest Roger Bob and Jeff Reagan.
David and Jason talk about the Dyatlov Pass incident.
David and Jason talk about the show Skin Walker Ranch.
David and Jason explore the possibilities of life after death.