Annie Wilder, author of House of Spirits and Whispers and Spirits Out of Time, will be a featured guest on My Ghost Story this Saturday, 04/16/11. My Ghost Story is the Biography Channel's paranormal documentary series that features ghost stories and eyewitness accounts from a person's own paranormal experiences. Annie will be sharing some of her paranormal encounters while living in her century-old haunted house.
New episodes of My Ghost Story currently air on the Biography Channel Saturday nights at 10pm Eastern. Check your local listings for channel information.
Musician Sammy Hagar's autobiography Red hit the shelves last week, and in the book, he states his fascination with UFOs. This is no passing fancy for Mr. I Can't Drive 55. In the book, Sammy details a dream that he had where he was in an alien spaceship, and the aliens were tapped into his brain by some wireless connection. Even though all the events happened in a dream, Hagar said it happened.
The spaceship dream was not the first contact that Hagar has had with aliens. When he was four, Hagar saw a floating car with no wheels that was kicking up a dust storm in the desert. He remembers throwing rocks at it, but has no recollection of what happened after.
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Philip Imbrogno, author of Ultraterrestrial Contact, Night Siege, Files from the Edge, and Interdimensional Universe, and co-author of the new Vengeful Djinn.
We know this ancient race of beings as genies, but in the Middle East they are known as Djinn or Jinn. While tracking down the mysterious Djinn in Saudi Arabia, a very old and wise Muslim holy man said to me, “There are no UFOs, there are no ghosts, no demons, nor fallen angels; there are only Djinn!” He was trying to tell me that what we call the paranormal is actually manifestations of these elusive beings.
The word Djinn can be traced to the Persian word Janna, which means
Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Rich Newman, author of The Ghost Hunter's Field Guide.
When Nikola Tesla first created the device that’s now known to paranormal investigators as the "Tesla Radio," he stated, “The sounds I am listening to every night at first appear to be human voices conversing back and forth in a language I cannot understand. I find it difficult to imagine that I am actually hearing real voices from people not of this planet. There must be a more simple explanation that has so far eluded me.”
Much like his fellow scientist Thomas Edison, Tesla fully believed in the validity of conversing with the dead—to him, it was simply a matter of