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On The Show - John Olsen

USI Calgary

J. Randall Murphy
Staff member
JohnOlsen-01a.pngJohn Olsen has spent the last 30 years interviewing and documenting first-hand accounts of those who have witnessed all kinds of strange and unusual phenomena in the western United States. He also had his own firsthand experience growing up in an active paranormal home in Northern Utah.

John has traveled and interviewed people who have faced the unknown. The Stranger Bridgerland series contains firsthand accounts of everything from ghosts, monsters and hauntings, to glitches in the matrix, Sasquatch and UFO’s.

Stranger U.S. is the latest release in the Stranger Bridgerland book series.


Website: Paranormal | Strangerbridgerland

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The show will be recorded Friday August 28, at 2:00pm MDT.
Post any questions or comments for discussion below.
 

USI Calgary

J. Randall Murphy
Staff member
I'd be curious what his take would be on Keel's idea of 'window areas.'
We talked a lot about portals and rifts before I got to your specific question. He didn't have much to add, but we definitely got into the subject. One thing we got into a little bit is why they seem to be prevalent in rural or wild areas as opposed to urban centers, but then again there are haunted houses in practically every city, so how do we define a "window area".
 

marduk

quelling chaos since 2352BC
We talked a lot about portals and rifts before I got to your specific question. He didn't have much to add, but we definitely got into the subject. One thing we got into a little bit is why they seem to be prevalent in rural or wild areas as opposed to urban centers, but then again there are haunted houses in practically every city, so how do we define a "window area".
Finally got around to start listening to the show - Randall I'm curious about your experiences in Invermere & the valley. We've been spending quite a bit of time out there since the lockdown. Saw some lights in the sky that could have been anything, but nothing else major.
 


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