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April 20, 2014 (DOWNLOAD!): The Paracast is a paranormal radio show that takes you on a journey to a world beyond science, where UFOs, poltergeists and strange phenomena of all kinds have been reported by millions. The Paracast seeks to shed light on the mysteries and complexities of our Universe and the secrets that surround us in our everyday lives.

Join long-time paranormal researcher Gene Steinberg, co-host Christopher O’Brien, a seasoned field investigator, and a panel of special guest experts and experiencers, as they explore the realms of the known and unknown. Listen each week to the great stories of the history of the paranormal field in the 20th and 21st centuries.

On this week's show: Gene and Chris present special interviews with James Fox and Tracy Torme, who have teamed up to produce a feature film tentatively title "701." This figure represents the number of unexplained cases in Project Blue Book. James is best known for his films "Out of the Blue" and "I Know What I Saw." Tracy was chief story editor for "Star Trek: Next Generation," and is credited for developing the "Holodeck" concept. He also created, wrote and produced the TV series "Sliders," wrote and produced the film about the Travis Walton case, "Fire in the Sky."


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Download NOW PLAYING! April 20, 2014 — James Fox and Tracy Torme

Gene and Chris present special interviews with James Fox and Tracy Torme, who have teamed up to produce a feature film tentatively title "701." This figure represents the number of unexplained cases in Project Blue Book. James is best known for his films "Out of the Blue" and "I Know What I Saw." Tracy was chief story editor for "Star Trek: Next Generation," and is credited for developing the "Holodeck" concept. He also created, wrote and produced the TV series "Sliders," wrote and produced the film about the Travis Walton case, "Fire in the Sky."


Download April 13, 2014 — Listener Roundtable with HoJack, Sentry and Ufology

Gene and Chris conduct a special listener roundtable, featuring three regular listeners of the show whom you might recognize from our forums. You'll hear from HoJack (Howard Jackson), Sentry (Curtis Collins) and Ufology (J. Randall Murphy). This will be a wide-ranging discussion about personal experiences, the impact of UFO abductions, the state of the field and a lot more.


Download April 6, 2014 — Chris Rutkowski

Do you think UFO sightings are at a low ebb? Not so, and not widely publicized outside of Canada is the fact that there was a wave of UFO sightings in that country in 2013. So we've asked long-time investigator Chris Rutkowski to come on The Paracast and cover the key cases and his latest research into the subject. You'll learn about some of the most compelling reports and how they disprove claims that the UFOs are mostly no longer being seen.


Download March 30, 2013 — “Stalking the Herd” Special with David Perkins

Getting the goods on the cattle mutilation phenomenon, as Chris presents his long-time mentor/researcher/friend David Perkins. Perkins, who does not normally do any radio shows, was one of the first mutilation researchers back in the mid-1970s. He was Linda Howe's cameraperson for the filming of A Strange Harvest in 1979 and wrote the foreword to several books from Chris. Are cattle mutilations caused by cultists, individual pranksters, or some alien entity? We'll be focusing on Chris O'Brien's book, "Stalking the Herd," and you'll hear about some of the classic cases, and the classic theories.


Download March 23, 2014 — Phyllis Galde and Jerome Clark

We present a special episode profiling the oldest U.S. magazine about the paranormal — Fate — founded in 1948 by Ray Palmer and Curtis Fuller. It has gone through several ownerships, and has a long, storied history of presenting articles about the strange and the unknown to a general audience. This episode features Phyllis Galde, the editor and publisher, and UFO historian Jerome Clark, a former editor of Fate. You'll learn about the highlights over the years, and how the magazine is coping with the new online technologies.


Download March 16, 2014 — Rosemary Ellen Guiley

Gene and Chris welcome long-time paranormal researcher Rosemary Ellen Guiley, author of "Dream Messages from the Afterlife." So are some dreams the result of contact with the dead? According to the blurb from Rosemary's latest book, "We can have contact with the dead, and the most common and powerful way is in dreams. This book is a ground-breaking validation of dreams that reach into the afterlife for reunions, messages, and previews of what lies beyond earthly life." This discussion surely takes us in a direction that's out of the normal comfort zone for The Paracast.


Download March 9, 2014 — Dr. Joseph P. Farrell

Gene and Chris present the yet another wide-ranging discussion with prolific paranormal author and commentator Dr. Joseph P. Farrell, author of such books as "Saucers, Swastikas, and Psyops." This time, the bill of fare includes such topics as the possible mysterious suicides of prominent bankers, the reported looting of the banking system by so-called "banksters," a possible "Manhattan Project" to build a flying saucer, the growth of a secret space program using black project funds, and other amazing mysteries and conspiracies.


Download March 2, 2014 — Gene & Chris Present “Shop Talk 2014″

It's "shop talk" 2014, as Gene and Chris present an episode where we catch up on recent developments in paranormal research, and we give you our own unvarnished opinions. We'll be answering your questions about our favorite cases, researchers and books, along with future plans for the show. This is the sort of episode we like to do every few months so we can speak directly, from the heart, and tell you what we really think about a variety of issues.




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