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Guest Suggestion Thread?


GlitteringBadger

Skilled Investigator
Not sure where (if anywhere) this goes, but is there a place to suggest guests for the show? Chris Wolford is an experiencer who has some very interesting tales to tell. He's also a vocal supporter of the TTSA thing. Might be interesting to get a take on that whole situation from more of a ground level perspective. Here's an article about Wolford: Chris Wolford's DIY take on Ufology
 

USI Calgary

J. Randall Murphy
Staff member
Not sure where (if anywhere) this goes, but is there a place to suggest guests for the show? Chris Wolford is an experiencer who has some very interesting tales to tell. He's also a vocal supporter of the TTSA thing. Might be interesting to get a take on that whole situation from more of a ground level perspective. Here's an article about Wolford: Chris Wolford's DIY take on Ufology
Thanks for the suggestion. I'll check out the links and pass it along to Gene. It's got to be at least as interesting as vampires. A cursory review of one of his podcasts however reveals that at least one of the assumptions he considers to be a verification of his experiences, specifically the absence of smell in dreams, appears to be inaccurate.

"49 men and 115 women completed a battery of questionnaires and kept a home dream diary for two to three consecutive weeks. Retrospective responses to the questionnaire indicate that approximately 33 % of men and 40% of women recalled having experienced sensations of smell or taste in their dreams. A total of 3372 dream reports were collected and scored for unambiguous references to auditory, olfactory, and gustatory experiences. Auditory experiences were reported in approximately 53% of all dream reports." SOURCE
 
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