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Greg Lawson - Paranormal Detective


USI Calgary

J. Randall Murphy
Staff member
7244 Greg Lawson has traveled to over 40 countries visiting some of Earth's strangest sites to conduct his own investigation into their paranormal history. He's a 26-year law enforcement officer, professional investigator, police academy instructor, college educator, and former expert witness for investigative procedures. He also researches and investigates human paranormal experience and locations known for spiritual or unusual activity. He has authored two books on the subject and specializes in providing alternative perspectives to explain human experience.

Greg is also a 10-year military veteran with the US Army, Navy, and Air Force, and is currently a lake patrol and underwater recovery team sergeant in Central Texas. He uses the thousands of hours of training he has received through his profession and his experience as a detective along with his Masters Degree in Education to study paranormal human experience and physical anomalies.

Millions of people have reported having some sort of paranormal experience, but often dismiss them as misunderstandings. Still others hastily attribute them to ghosts, spirits, hauntings, the paranormal or the supernatural. Greg's aim as a paranormal explorer, researcher, and lecturer, is to uncover the true nature of these events.

Greg's Website:
The Paranormal Detective
 

USI Calgary

J. Randall Murphy
Staff member
Met him several times, great guy. He posed with my plushie at an event.
Cool :cool:. This interview left me pleasantly surprised. One thing the field can always use is a level headed approach, and guys like Greg are a credit to the field. Thanks again to @TDSR for setting this one up!
 

blowfish

Whittingham
Will have a listen and sounds refreshing. Just watched the last episode ? Of the U.S. TV series Project Blue Book good drama and the flyover Wahington D.C. was the best episode.
 

PsyChris

Paranormal Novice
Oh Cool, I take it you mean this Podcast episode where Greg and I discuss a few topics, mostly how Authors vet their witness/experiencer stories. Greg is a great interview and I agree, a real credit to the field of paranormal research.
 

ProphetofOccam

Paranormal Adept
I started listening to the show again after a few years. It was interesting to hear that Randal has become the cohost, which I’m guessing grew out of those forum episodes they had.

You’re doing a good job, Randal. I prefer when the episodes are more conversational, and you handle that approach pretty well.

Good stuff.
 

blowfish

Whittingham
Excellent show and found him to be a great guest. The fact some suggests Roswell was some form of Soviet ops doesnot answer the other events occurring on other locations in the West unless the Soviets ruled the skies during the Cold War. Remember speaking to a scientist who was at the locations where they had flyovers during testing it was not Soviets . Nick Redfern versions of Roswell sounds more plausible during the event and the real folks dont spill the beans as the saying goes loose lips sink battleships.
 

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