In this episode,
Patrick talks to 2 local high school students for a research
project about the paranormal subculture. We also
dig into the Charlie Charlie Challenge phenomenon.
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- Where I’ve
been and what has changed!
- My meeting
with Rick and Daniel, and the Paranormal Subculture Interview
- “Tendencies” in
subcultures and further description of the Ethnography project
people and their thoughts about the paranormal
struggle Rick and Daniel went through to find help with their
- Where do
you fit into the paranormal subculture
- I shared my
“See Dorothy” EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomenon) from a past
investigation of a family residence
- One of my
very favorite EVPs - “It’s All Over Me”, captured on one of our
investigations of Friedens United Church of Christ in St. Charles,
Missouri. It was previously featured
6 of the podcast,
with detailed commentary. It's also explained in
Spirits.. and what happens to a ghost when a building is torn down?
What do you think? 17:30
- “Attachments” and my personal and very creepy
experience of “the hand”, first told and discussed at BigSeance.com in 2012, and
retold on Jim Harold’s Campfire podcast last year
- Thank you,
Rick, Daniel, and Ryan! I heard they got an A!
- What is the
Charlie Charlie Challenge?
- Is Charlie
Charlie just a publicity stunt? "The
- I may or
may not have experimented and tried the Charlie Charlie Challenge…
Is it just gravity?
- My final
thoughts on Charlie as a tool for spirit communication
- Have you
tried the challenge? I want to hear from you. What happened?
- Shout Outs! Thank you
Heatherlynn, Jeff, Rick, Daniel, and Ryan!
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