Category Archives: Science

Paradelphia Radio: Operating Theatre, Ep. 88

In the early 1800's monsters existed in America. All over the world, really. Conjoined twins, gigantic tumors, exotic diseases causing deformities so severe that those afflicted were rendered social pariahs. Enter into this world of misfits a doctor who was, by way of his unusual empathy, patience and genius, himself an anomaly. This week Cristin O'Keefe...

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Paradelphia Radio: Thrill of the Hunt, Ep. 87

Jeff Scott Cole, author of Ghostly Encounters: Confessions of a Paranormal Investigator stops by to talk about how he went from paranormal TV fan to full fledges paranormal investigator. Having explored some of the country's most notorious haunted locations, Jeff describes best practices, equipment and some of his most unnerving experiences. Paranews includes an ancient...

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Paradelphia Radio: Dream Team, Ep. 86

It's something we all do every night but rarely remember. Dreaming. What are dreams? Why do we recall so little of them? Do our passed loved ones really visit us as we sleep? Can you actually take control of your dreams while you're having them? This week we are joined by dream interpreter/Reiki master/artist Mary...

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Paradelphia Radio: Newsday, Ep. 85

As the chill of fall turns to the cold of early winter the Paradelphia crew gathers to wax poetic about the latest paranormal news including how what comes out of black holes might be debris from other dimensions, a perpetual energy machine, how the US government poisoned Prohibition era booze and Doug explains his obsession...

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