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DOWNLOAD (Free Version): Gene and Randall present a return appearance by Kevin Killen, an experiencer and empath whose book, “Ghosts and Me,” covers a lifetime of paranormal encounters. During this episode, Kevin recalls a number of strange experiences over the years that occurred to him and those around him, including a former girlfriend who was also a witch. Growing up in Northern Virginia, he found his passion for writing and the paranormal. many of his early experiences take place in his childhood home in Falls Church. His book covers over 15 years of paranormal experiences, ranging from phantom footsteps to shadow people. Kevin hopes this book can help others understand the paranormal, and to give insight into what others are experiencing.
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After The Paracast: Available exclusively to Paracast+ subscribers: Gene and Randall are rejoined by experiencer and empath Kevin Killen for an interview that began on the July 12, 2020 episode of The Paracast. Gene leads off the discussion by talking about some of the TV shows he recommends for folks who are spending most of their time at home during the coronavirus, focusing on police procedurals and mysteries, plus a mini-series that stars someone who might be an ideal candidate for the next James Bond.The author of “Ghosts and Me,” Kevin talks about more of the ghost encounters he has experienced or heard about over the years. You’ll hear about the possibly haunted car he once owned, along with phantom whistlers, phantom basketball players, and other unusual events that reportedly occurred at the rehabilitation center at which he works.