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  1. Merlian News Interviews: Dr. Hans Holzer

    Merlian News Podcast Interview with The Leading Authority In the Paranormal, Dr. Hans Holzer

    Professor Hans Holzer Ph.D.is a leading authority in the field of the paranormal. He has earned his Ph.D. from the London College of Applied Science.

    Professor Hans Holzer is a writer/producer and on camera personality for the popular NBC series, “In Search Of…” as well as several other documentaries on the paranormal.

    Dr. Holzer has written 143 books. You can find his books on the shelves any mainstream bookstore.

    In this interview Dr. Holzer talks with Merryn Jose about reincarnation, ghosts, UFO’s and other paranormal experiences, during his long and prestigious career as an author and parapsychologist.

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  2. Historian of the Strange‘ Robert Schneck June 29, 2020

    BoA’s Summer of Strangeness welcomes ‘for a conversation about his latest research into bizarre accounts from the past including weird deaths, odd crimes, and curious incidents that defy description. We begin by talking about how Robert wound up becoming the Historian of the Strange and his experiences working with local archivists in uncovering details of weird small town events. We then spend a considerable amount of time discussing his research into accidental autoerotic asphyxiation deaths, specifically how these then-mysterious events were ‘explained’ by baffled authorities who offered all manner of elaborate and strange scenarios to account for what had occurred. And we wrap up the program with some talk about serial killers, Bigfoot, and paranormal conferences. Altogther it’s a fun and informative conversation covering topics you’re unlikely to hear explored on very many paranormal podcasts.

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  3. Robert Schneck: collector of strange-but-true tales September 10, 2017

    Author and collector of strange-but-true tales from American history, Robert Schneck, makes a long-overdue appearance on the program as we continue our series of first-time guests here on Season X. Kicking things off, we reflect on the International Cryptozoology Conference which was held in Portland, Maine over Labor Day weekend and featured Robert giving a presentation and Binnall hanging around in attendance. Following that, we get the bio / background on Robert Schneck and find out how he wound up collecting and writing about strange-but-true tales.

    Next we discuss how one of Robert’s stories wound up being turned into the film Bye Bye Man, learning how he found out it was even happening, a somewhat surprising aspect of how involved he was in the process, his rather hilarious story about attending the film’s ‘premiere,’ and whether or not he became fabulously wealthy from the movie.

    Beyond that, Robert discusses the ‘Phantom Raiders’ which plauged one Massachusetts town at the height of the witch trial hysteria as well as the 1924 story of ‘Ape Canyon,’ which has become an infamous tale in cryptozoological lore, but may have been something altogether different. Plus, of course, tons more as we ventured down a number of sideroads replete with a ton of laughs.

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