paradigm symposium

paradigm symposium
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Monday, April 14, 2014

Paranormal Geeks Radio at ScareFest Road Trip.

 Paranormal Geeks Radio Host, Jim Heater with Ghost Hunters/Ghost Hunters International Kris Williams.
 Paranormal Geeks Radio Host, Jim Heater with Paranormal State's Katrina Weidman.
Paranormal Geeks Radio Host, Jim Heater with Ghost Hunters/Ghost Hunters International, Dustin Pari.

700 Year Old Coin

In Scotland, archaeologists have uncovered a 700-year old coin that might have belonged to a defeated English soldier at the Battle of Bannockburn.

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

The Dendera Light

Ancient power source or a depiction of the Hermopolitan myth of creation - what are your thoughts?
The Dendera light is a particularly controversial topic since it is not exactly an artefact of potential ancient technology, but the possible depiction of an artefact on a wall of one of the best pres

Monday, March 31, 2014

The Murder Castle of H. H. Holmes

Did you see this one? Great group to join.

The Murder Castle of H. H. Holmes

May 8, 1896 Herman Webster Mudgett is hanged
Moyamensing Prison (now the Philadelphia County
 Prison). It is a slow death...

The Mystery of the Carpathian Sphinx and the Origins of Man

Stonehenge Facts

Stonehenge is one of the oldest sites in the UK as well as one of the most talked about between people as to why it was built and how in that day and age. Whilst the evidence of how this was built is now being shown, it is still one of the most mysterious places to visit...
Here's some fun facts for you, Ancient Explorers:

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Tonight on Paranormal Geeks Radio

October 26, 1881

The walk to destiny-- as portrayed in 1957's Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (top), and in 1994's Wyatt Earp-- made by Doc Holliday and the Earp brothers in Tombstone, A.T., on October 26, 1881. The quartet gathered near the intersection of Fourth and Allen streets, outside Hafford's Corner Saloon, walked north on Fourth Street to Fremont Street. They turned left, walked just about three-fourths of a block, and confronted the armed and belligerent cow-boys in the lot next to Camillus and Mollie Fly's photo studio. The rest is history, and a legend that will live forever.