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November 24th, 2010

vick_selfridge_gun.jpgIn 1983 I took a radio job in Vicksburgh Mississippi and stayed there for 2 years.  Let me say this, I missed home.  Michigan, to be exact.  A friend of mine kept wanting to show me the Civil War park that exists in Vicksburgh, I had no interest, I'd rather drink beer.

About 5 years ago I started getting a really strong feeling that I lived during the time of the Civil War.  Maybe 2 years ago I started to think that is was somewhere in the south.  Also 5 years ago I started to think that I had lived as a native American but it was somewhere back in the 1700's.  I don't know how I knew but I just knew.  I've pretty much always believed in reincarnation, I don't know why, it just rang true to me. 

A couple of months ago I heard about a woman who lives in Detroit and claims to have this ability since she was a child to pick up on someone's past lives.  Now does this all seem crazy to you?  Maybe it is.  I am only relaying what I feel deep inside without concern what others would think.  I truly don't care, there was a time when I wouldn't have said or done what I'm doing now, I was too afraid and wanted to fit in.  Anyway, I talked to Theresa Grigsby and a few things fell in place, or at least they seemed to.  Have you ever felt you were drawn to a certain time period?  Is there possibly a reason beyond what you think it may be?


The case for reincarnation:  We come back again and again in order to learn.  What do we learn?  To me there is only one answer.  Love.  How many of you believe this body we are in is not our true state?  If not, then what is?  Does this explain why people are so drawn to certain things, like those that reinact civil war battles. 

Charging for service.  My guest charges $30 for a 30 minute reading, she doesn't get rich doing so.  She holds down a regular full time job.  Now some will be quick to point out that that she is a phony, how can you make that judgement so quickly?  There is a really interesting story that I would consider validation from someone I know who has dealt with Theresa, she works right here in our building.   Right or wrong, Theresa strikes me as being passionate in her beliefs.

To contact Theresa:  theresagrigsby@sbcglobal.com


November 17th, 2010

ADM_Cover.jpgHave you ever watched a movie or read a book and felt the director or author were trying to tell you something more than what appeared on the surface?  My guest this week considers himself a history buff who has had some paranormal experiences that have influenced his writing.  His name is Gerald J Kubicki, he grew up in Long Island in a house that had ghost activity.  It was witnessed by the whole family.  Gerald also has a great interest in World War 2 and, like myself, believes that history can repeat itself if we do not heed the warning signs.  So while this is a fictional book mixed with some fact, what is Gerald trying to accomplish?  I think he is trying to get a message out and sometimes no one listens if you come out and just tell them, sometimes you have to lead the horse to water but the decision on taking a drink still lies with the horse.  Maybe the horse will look in the water and see his reflection and realize that there is more going on here than just quenching it's thirst.  Huh? 

Gerald now calls Las Vegas his home.  He strikes me as someone who is passionate about history and giving credit where credit is due.  He also is a first hand witness to the paranormal and it made him a believer.  Please welcome Gerald Kubicki this week. 



November 11th, 2010

WW1VETERANS.jpgI'm guessing most countries in the world have a day they set aside to honor those who were willing defend their nations beliefs.  So on this show I honor all of you regardless of where you live.  But, since I live in America obviously I am going to be talking mostly about American Vets.  Now, this is not a blanket statement.  I'm sure there are and were some Vets who were not very good individuals, I don't honor those.  The people I talk about in this show are just average folks who are pretty amazing in my eyes. 

My son Ryan served in Kuwait and Iraq and came under some fire a couple of times.  It's what he didn't do that inspires me.  If you hate Americans, perhaps you should listen to the story.  Aren't we all connected?  One thing I didn't mention which I wanted to was that my son loved the people of southern Iraq.  They were really appreciative and became friends with the American soldiers.  To me it proves that most of us are all the same on the inside, if we could just realize it perhaps there would be no more wars. 

My friend Mike served in Vietnam and was exposed to Agent Orange, life has not been so good for him, his story needs to be told.

Finally, like in almost all of my shows, I find a way to fit some paranormal into the show.  A pretty good friend told me some things that are officially off the record, but since I'm not using his name or location I feel I can share some of it.

Also, I almost forgot, after I close the show I talk about something really remarkable that happened to me in the last week of October regarding my mother who's been gone since 1997.  It was truly uplifting.  So it was added at the end if you want to hear it. 

Thanks to all veterans, but also to all who help others and give unselfishly.  Today you are not taken for granted.


November 3rd, 2010

ForgottenTalesFrtCover.jpg There was a time when newspapers reported everything that went on, I mean everything.  Some of these stories were quite simple, like a gathering for a picnic.  Some were more complex, some were downright bizare!  What was cool was that nothing was left out, imagine if we did that today.  I know, most of you wouldn't want to read about it.  But, what about all of the unusual events that go unpublished, mainly because today we are leary of speaking our truth.  Also, the publishing business has changed (like other forms of media) to promote more negative or attention getting stories.  It also (in my opinion) seems that newspapters and all media refuse to report on something that doesn't fit into the norm.  What changed in our country?   When did it change? 

Lisa Shiel has been on my show several times and you can go back and listen to some of the shows we did, usually they were about ufo's and a bigfoot connection.  Huh?  Yeah, a little strange, but Lisa dug up some reports from eyewitnesses and took a scientific look at the possibility of these things existing.  In this book she totally went back and looked at newspapers from the late 1800's into the early part of the 20th century.   Events that happened roughly a century ago.  This book is a collection of very short stories.  One, this is a good example of how life was back then.  Two, you will find some unusual accounts that may support some of what would be considered paranormal, or unknown. 

nessie.jpgIn one of my earlier shows I joked about seeing this when I was kayaking down the Autrain river, which connects to Autrain Lake and Lake Superior.  Maybe I didn't realize how close I was to the truth!  What?  In Lisa's book there are tales of these kinds of sea creatures being seen in the great lakes, and even one in Autrain Lake.  Really?  Not just one report, but several.  Gulp!  But where are they now?  I don't know, but it does seem possible.  Also there is a really strange story about shapeshifting.  Shapeshifting?  It was believed by some back then that people could shapeshift into an animal and many times it wasn't used for the greater good.  I remember reading out of book years ago about a man riding home one night back in the 1700's, or 1800's, and encountering a cat that attacked him.  It scratched him and his horse quite severly before he was able to beat it off with his riding whip.  He had to beat the animal pretty intensely in order to get it to leave him alone.  The story went that they found an old woman half beaten the next day and believed her to be a shapeshifter that had transformed into the cat.  Strange?  Yes.  A similar story is told in Lisa's book.  Some of the stories involve ghost reports, some involve what was termed wildmen of the woods.  These were manlike beings that were spotted by the locals and some turned out to be unexplainable.  Others were just sighting of guys that flipped their lid and ran off into the woods.  Also we talk about earthquakes, yes there have been some earthquakes in the U.P. believe it or not.  Lisa left nothing out, to me it's very interesting to hear these tales.  This week I welcome Lisa Shiel from Jacobsville Michigan. 



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