Sunday, May 31, 2015

Terence Mckenna discusses death

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5 Strange Unexplained Miracles From Around the World




Free audio book:
https://www.audible.com/beyondscience

Do you believe in miracles??? Here are some of the strangest from around the world.

Video of the crying statue:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TNp38...

More on the Udumbara Flower:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8FXaP...

Mike gets hit by a truck(end of video):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSbtC...

Mike's food channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/strictly...

Instagram: @mikexingchen
Twitter: @mikexingchen
Snapchat: @mikeychenx
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Friday, May 29, 2015

Diabolic - Frontlines (Feat. Immortal Technique) {432Hz}

FourThirtyTwo Hertz

"So never desecrate the space on which I meditate
My thoughts rip through tank-armored metalplates
And start to resonate to the spot where Moses caused the sea to separate
The place that the Prophet Muhammad started to levitate
The exact moment that Jesus rose dead awake
And Siddhartha became the Buddha that regenerates"



http://genius.com/Diabolic-frontlines-lyrics/

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432 Hz Freq Ancient Tuning - Dew Drop Inn Podcast #9 - Scooter Barnes, Steve LaZar, Dewey Moffitt

Arnold Brown's Theory of the Lizzie Borden Case - Paranormal Evidence at Lizzie Bordon House

The Trial of Lizzie Borden

http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/LizzieBorden/bordenaccount.html

MondoLizzie

"The late Arnold Brown, author of "Lizzie Borden, the Legend, the Truth, the Final Chapter," believes that Andrew and Abby Borden were murdered by Andrew's illegitimate son William, even though Brown admits he has not proof to this effect."

Arnold Brown says he has no evidence that William was Andrew Bordon's illegitimate son. He does not say he has no evidence for his theory that William was the killer, as is implied in the video description. The evidence is clearly presented in the video.



Paranormal Evidence:

dracontas

This [EVP] was captured by aneaglesangel of Whaling City Ghosts. She was was on investigation with Spooky Southcoast radio show. Later, the History Channel wanted the moving camera footage. The history channel never used the clip. She was in the Abby murder room at the time. All investigators were in the room, the Lizzie house workers were all out for dinner and left them all alone in the house.



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Thursday, May 28, 2015

Alien Abduction & Visits from the Dead

UndebunkingUFOs.blogspot.com

TheTruthAmongstUs


Whitley Strieber, a well-known author, recounts his alien abduction experiences that eventually lead to his best selling book, Communion. This video does a fairly decent job of retelling his story with decent production values.



Close Encounters at Whitley Strieber's Cabin: 2 Witnesses Speak Out

TheManInTheDarkness

I believe that this interview is one of the most important, vital and fascinating interviews on the 'Visitor' experience and the Human condition as a whole that you are likely to hear.

I contacted Whitley to ask his permission to upload this edition of Dreamland from Friday November 18, 2011, which he kindly granted, as I think it needs a wide a circulation as possible.

Not only does it answer any critics of Strieber by documenting other people's encounters with the beings he writes about in his book COMMUNION and its subsequent follow -ups, but these testimonies from Lorie Barnes and Raven Dana show just how amazing, wonderous and many faceted the Human experience really is, giving credence to Strieber's assertion that 'normality is a filter'.

I have been a fan and supporter of Whitley & Anne Strieber since reading COMMUNION in the late 1980's.

I am a composer in the UK and have written a trilogy of music dedicated and inspired by Whitley & Anne and the great work they do in showing the possibilities of humanity and what we call reality.
You can hear my track; The Whitley Strieber Trilogy at; https://soundcloud.com/paranormalmusi...
To find out more about Whitley and Anne Strieber and their work, go to:
www.unknowncountry.com

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Orgonite and Tower Busting

WelcomeToHealth.blogspot.com

This video gives a good overview of orgonite. It doesn't matter if you believe crystals are alive or not! :)



www.orgonite.info
www.orgonelab.org
Trey's article about orgonite - www.tinyurl.com/7wpqf29
Some of Reich's observations have been replicated by other researchers. Stefan Müschenich, in his Master's thesis, demonstrated effects of orgone accumulators on test subjects in keeping with Reich's original descriptions, while subjects exposed to a known "dummy box" showed no such effects.[29] As of 2007, the National Institutes of Health database PubMed, and the Web of Science database, contained only 4 or 5 peer-reviewed scientific papers published (since 1968) dealing with orgone therapy.

Some psychotherapists and psychologists practicing various kinds of Body Psychotherapy and Somatic Psychology have continued to use Reich's proposed emotional-release methods and character-analysis ideas,[29][30][31] but use of orgone equipment is rare, limited mainly to therapists who have been trained in "Reichian" institutions such as the American College of Orgonomy.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orgone#cite_note-Muschenich-29

On the Above Top Secret forum a poster presented a video of an orgonite device giving off readings an EMF detector as, "Proof that orgonite does NOT block EMF, but creates it."

Forum member "AllisOne" responds:
Her experiment was not very scientific.

Although I don't subscribe to the orgonite theory, I have read a lot about it. I don't ever remember reading that it "blocks EMF". Ive only read that it "weakens the EFFECT of EMF radiation". However, I'm sure errors in semantics have spread across the net by now.

If you think about it... if you are getting an EMF reading from it then it is:

A: Creating EMF
or
B: Absorbing and Reflecting EMF

I doubt it is A. If it was A, then it would be an overlooked "free" energy source (not likely).

It is most likely B. If it is B, then I think the object is working as advertised.

If it is absorbing and reflecting EMF, then that means it IS attracting very small amounts of EMF away from your body. Instead of the EMF going to you, it is absorbed into the orgonite, and then emitted back out at a different (lower less harmful) frequency.

It would also mean it IS capable of making EMF transmitters output a fraction less EMF. If you put that thing next to a RF transmitter it would probably interfere with a small portion of the output. Almost like the human body effecting the signal of a FM radio.

She might have just proven herself wrong..
How to Make Orgonite Tower Busters



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Biocentrism by Robert Lanza - book review by Richard Anderson

Published on Apr 17, 2015
richard anderson

Brief review of my 5 star book, Biocentrism by Robert Lanza. Fabulous book about the cosmos and our place in it. A must for the bookshelves of any curious person, whether interested in science, spirituality, mysticism.....

For more about me and my work as a life/awakening coach, please visit www.richardandersoncoaching.co.uk

[Lanza's full bio here... U.S. News & World Report Cover Story: “…his mentors described him [Lanza] as a genius, “renegade” thinker, even likening him to Einstein.”]



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Dr. Masaru Emoto's Water Molecule Experiments

If this research has merit, it would almost certainly have implications for human health, being that we are in large part made of water.



In this first photo is regular water from the Fujiwara Dam in Japan.




















Next is the same water after receiving a blessing from a Buddhist Monk.




















In this program, David Wilcock takes on Dr. Emoto's critics.



















We all know that water is essential for life as we know it. But, scientists are just now learning how we connect with this life giving substance through our consciousness. This notion is not readily accepted by the science community at large, but droves of evidence are making believers out of skeptics. David Wilcock introduces us to the effect of consciousness upon the crystalline structure of water through the works of Dr. Masaru Emoto and Professor Kenneth Libbrect in this presentation originally webcast May 11, 2015. - See more at: http://www.gaiamtv.com/video/113-mind-over-water#sthash.Pl3EQTZL.dpuf

Wisdom Teachings: [#113] Mind over Water (May 2015)

Season 15, Episode 3
Available worldwide
38:56

4.806765

Monday, May 18, 2015

Four Stages for the Acceptance of New Ideas in Science


"In science, the acceptance of new ideas follows a predictable, four-stage sequence. In Stage 1, skeptics confidently proclaim that the idea is impossible because it violates the Laws of Science. This stage can last from years to centuries, depending on how much the idea challenges conventional wisdom. In Stage 2, skeptics reluctantly concede that the idea is possible, but it is not very interesting and the claimed effects are extremely weak. Stage 3 begins when the mainstream realizes that the idea is not only important, but its effects are much stronger and more pervasive than previously imagined. Stage 4 is achieved when the same critics who used to disavow any interest in the idea begin to proclaim that they thought of it first. Eventually, no one remembers that the idea was once considered a dangerous heresy." - Dean Radin,
Author of The Conscious Universe

Related:

"Science and the taboo of psi" with Dean Radin

Friday, May 15, 2015

Esoteric Christianity

"A talk given by Stanton Stevens at the Theosophical Library in Seattle, WA on June 10, 2012. Based on the teachings of Henry T. Laurency.

See this and more on Stanton's site at http://onepurelove.com.
All the Laurency writings are available to read and download free at www.laurency.com/."

This is a good talk on esoteric Christianity, the basic premise is that Jesus is a literary character, but based on two real individuals. Neither was crucified, one was stoned to death though.

A lot is said to have been added as a control mechanism by a Roman authority and the Old Testament "god" of destruction, is not viewed as the same God of love that the Jesus figure spoke of. The idea of the crucifixion is said to be based on an Egyptian story of the man crucified on the wheel of time.

In esoteric Christianity it is the "Christ consciousness" that rises in the individual. It's not a literal return of Jesus from the dead.
Esoteric Christianity refers to the occult study and the mystic living of the esoteric knowledge related to what adherents view as the "inner teachings" of early Christianity, seen as a Mystery religion. The term is originally associated with the Essenes and later with the Rosicrucians.

Modern-day scholars believe that the foundational teachings of Esoteric Christianity were held secret by the Essenes and the early Christians until publicly presented to the world in the early 20th century in an effort to establish a future universal religion as mankind, with a more developed mind and will, walk forward to the understandings of universal Brotherhood. Its central aim is to aid each human being in his/her task of developing the "Golden Wedding Garment": the Christ Within that must be born.

The Christ Within is defined as Paul of Tarsus' "soma psuchicon", meaning soul body, needed by each individual in order to be able to enter and permanently live in the next Sixth Epoch's etheric environment (new heavens and a new earth): the New Galilee.

These teachings are also believed to enable each individual to understand the mystery of life, that is, the mystery of death, eliminating the fear of it and are preparing human beings for in due time, as the Sun enters Aquarius by precession, to start seeing among themselves their true inner being.
http://www.thenazareneway.com/mysticism/esoteric_christianity.htm

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Scientific Proof of Reincarnation by Dr. Ian Stevenson

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Spiritual Revolution Film Clip

Full film is available on the Netflix streaming service.

moxietype's channel

2Pac & The Tibetan Book of the Dead & Tips on Skipping Reincarnation in Favor of Paradise

The Tibetan Book of the Dead  has made been an interesting appearance in popular culture over the past couple years. I think many people fear death because of not understanding it. People want to know what happens after death, so a book like the Tibetan Book of the Dead naturally becomes a source of curiosity. The Tibetan Book of the Dead is well known for describing in detail the sometimes pleasant and other times horrifying visions that are described during the transition time between death and the next life, know as the bardo.

My first exposure to this book actually came through one of my favorite rap artists when I was in high school. I went through a list of books that 2pac Shakur read while he was in highschool, books that he read during his leisure time. The Tibetan Book of the Dead was one of the books that he read. In his songs, he constantly made allusions to his only fear of death was being reincarnated. In a funny indirect way, that put the book on my radar. 
http://clearemptymind.com/2011/09/23/the-tibetan-book-of-the-dead/
The Tibetan Book of the Dead is one of the texts that, according to legend, Padma-Sambhava was compelled to hide during his visit to Tibet in the late 8th century. The guru hid his books in stones, lakes, and pillars because the Tibetans of that day and age were somehow unprepared for their teachings. Now, in the form of the ever-popular Tibetan Book of the Dead, these teachings are constantly being discovered and rediscovered by Western readers of many different backgrounds--a phenomenon which began in 1927 with Oxford's first edition of Dr. Evans-Wentz's landmark volume. While it is traditionally used as a mortuary text, to be read or recited in the presence of a dead or dying person, this book--which relates the whole experience of death and rebirth in three intermediate states of being--was originally understood as a guide not only for the dead but also for the living. As a contribution to the science of death and dying--not to mention the belief in life after death, or the belief in rebirth--The Tibetan Book of the Dead is unique among the sacred texts of the world, for its socio-cultural influence in this regard is without comparison.

This fourth edition features a new foreword, afterword, and suggested further reading list by Donald S. Lopez, author of Prisoners of Shangri-La: Tibetan Buddhism and the West. Lopez traces the whole history of the late Evans-Wentz's three earlier editions of this book, fully considering the work of contributors to previous editions (C. G. Jung among them), the sections that were added by Evans-Wentz along the way, the questions surrounding the book's translation, and finally the volume's profound importance in engendering both popular and academic interest in the religion and culture of Tibet. Another key theme that Lopez addresses is the changing nature of this book's audience--from the prewar theosophists to the beat poets to the hippies to contemporary exponents of the hospice movement--and what these audiences have found (or sought) in its very old pages.
From the book Lifetimes - True Accounts of Reincarnation by Frederick Lenz, PH.D:
Fifteen persons with whom I have spoken claim to have recalled the passage of their soul through the nonphysical worlds. In these cases a person had a remembrance in which he experienced full participation in one of his past lives. But instead of his remembrance terminating during some point within that lifetime, he believes that he reexperienced his death at the end of that lifetime, he believes that he reexperienced his death at the end of that past life, the passage of his soul through the higher worlds after his death, and his rebirth in his next incarnation. In each of these cases of between-life remembrance, people experienced similar phenomena to note that although none of these cases persons were familiar with the Book of the Dead prior to their remembrance, their descriptions of both the order and nature of their experiences are strikingly similar to the descriptions of death and rebirth process found in the Tibetan Book of the Dead.
From The Death and Afterlife Book: The Encyclopedia of Death, Near Death, and Life After Death by James R. Lewis (Writing in regard to the Tibetan Book of the Dead):
The consciousness of the departed has an ecstatic experience of the primary "clear light" at the death moment. Everyone gets at least a fleeting glimpse of the light. The more spiritually developed see it longer, and are able to go beyond it to a higher level of reality. The average person, however, drops into the lessor state of the secondary "clear light."

In stage two, the departed encounters the hallucinations resulting from the karma created during life. Unless highly developed, the individual will feel that she is still the body. The departed then encounters various apparitions, the "peaceful" and "wrathful" deities, that are actually personifications of human feelings and that, to successfully achieve nirvana, the deceased must encounter unflinchingly. Only the most evolved individuals can skip the Bardo experience altogether and transit directly in the paradise realm.
  The Bardo of Death
The Tibetan Buddhist tradition has concentrated more attention on helping the dying person cross the borders of death than any other living religious tradition...

Following the process leading up to death, the person's experience of the bardo of death commences. However, for most individuals, it passes by in a split second and goes unnoticed. Only those who have undergone training in and practiced meditation, contemplative prayer, and similar spiritual disciplines will likely even be aware of the bardo of death.

One description of the kind of meditation done by advanced practitioners consists of a conscious effort to "dissolve space into light", which if successful will propel the dying soul into an a state of light and bliss beyond the continual cycles of birth and death to which most souls are subject. For those less familiar with such formal meditation practices, the act of remembering very bright light (such as, for example, remembering an experience of staring into the sun) and seeing that light as a source of pure awareness or divine love could produce a similar effect. A series of meditations and understandings that can be helpful as one enters or prepares to enter the bardo can be found on our Death Meditations page. 
 ...
In Dream Yoga and the Practice of Natural Light, Chögyal Namkhai Norbu gives instructions for developing clarity within the sleep and dream states. He goes beyond the practices of lucid dreaming that have been popularized in the West by presenting methods for guiding dream states that are part of a broader system for enhancing self-awareness called Dzogchen. In this tradition, the development of lucidity in the dream state is understood in the context of generating greater awareness for the ultimate purpose of attaining liberation.

This revised and expanded edition includes additional material from a profound and personal Dzogchen book, which Chögyal Namkhai Norbu wrote over many years. This material deepens the first edition's emphasis on specific exercises to develop awareness within the dream and sleep states. Also included in this book is a text written by Mipham, the nineteenth-century master of Dzogchen, which offers additional insights into this extraordinary form of meditation and awareness.
http://therainbowbody.blogspot.com
My plan at death is to focus my willful intent upon going to the realms of pure 100% light or the highest frequency there is. I believe this will take my soul beyond the prison of the physical plane as well as the astral plane where the soul is lured to the impure light which is in a sense a false or counterfeit light because it is not the hihest vibration of the pure light of the true God. The near death experiencers and mystics have said our souls are made of light. I believe our souls are divine light that originally came from the true Source which the Gnostics called Ineffable Father. In order to guarantee my soul can reach that highest vibration I am on a path of spiritual alchemy, turning my heart or spirit into pure "gold" which may be achieved by treating people with altruistic love and compassion.
http://www.trickedbythelight.com/tbtl/index.html

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From The Death and Afterlife Book: The Encyclopedia of Death, Near Death, and Life After Death by James R. Lewis:
Ian Stevenson's credentials and careful research methods have led to acceptance of his work by colleges who would dismiss other psychic researchers out of hand. He was president of the international Parapsychological Association in both 1988-89. His publications include Telepathic Impressions (1970), Twenty Cases Suggestive of Reincarnation (1974), Cases of the Reincarnation Type (in four volumes, 1975-1983), and Children Who Remember Previous Lives: A Question of Reincarnation (1987).

Friday, May 8, 2015

Messengers from the Land of the Dead - Excerpt from 'You Cannot Die' by Ian Currie


Excerpt from You Cannot Die by Ian Currie:

According to Shakespeare, the land of the dead is one from whose domain no traveler returns. But with all due respect, the great bard was wrong---and spectacularly so. The dead do return. And because they are, in fact, so much like us, their reasons for coming back can, with a little effort be understood.

Death compacts

The British Society for Physical Research was founded in 1882. In the past century, it has collected in its files thousands of cases of apparitions of the dead. Of these, about one in twenty involves "death compacts." The motive behind such agreements is an understandable one---to find out if we survive death. Two people may arrange that, if the one who dies first finds himself still alive after the death of his body, he will attempt to appear to the other. As the S.P.R. statistics show, quite a number of these agreements have been fulfilled. Here is a typical example of such a compact:
I awoke ... and saw a brother who had been dead more than five years standing at the foot of my bed. He stood still, gazing at me earnestly.... I said, "Oh Arthur!" and jumped up to go to him, when he vanished.... My brother ... had said he would appear after death if possible.
And he did. So have a lot of other people, including a school friend of Lord Brougham, an English peer.

Brougham was traveling in Sweden with friends. Tired and chilled, they stopped at an inn for the night, where Brougham luxuriated in a hot bath before going to bed. Abs while in the tub, he had what can only be described as a remarkable experience. When at university, he and a friend, identified only as "G,." often speculated on the question of whether the dead survived, and whether, if they did, they could ever appear to the living. "We actually committed the folly," he says, "of drawing up an agreement, written in our blood, to the effect that whichever of us died first should appear to the other." After graduation, G. took a Civil Service job in India; the years passed, and Brougham had almost forgotten G's existence.
While lying in the tub and enjoying the comfort of the heat, after the ... freezing I had undergone, I turned my head round, looking toward the chair on which I had deposited my clothes, as I was about to get out of the bath. On the chair sat G., looking calmly at me. How I got out of the bath I know not, but on recovering my senses I found myself sprawling on the floor.  The apparition ... of G. had disappeared. The vision produced such a shock that I had no inclination to talk about it ... it ... was too vivid to be ... forgotten; and so strongly was I affected ... that I wrote down the whole story, with the date, 19th December... Soon after my return to Edinburgh, there arrived a letter from India, announcing G.'s death, and stating that he had died on the 19th of December.
Mrs. Arthur Bellamy of Bristol, England, made a similar agreement while still a schoolgirl with a friend, Miss W. Years later, Mrs. Bellamy, who had not seen or heard anything of her former school friend for many years, learned that she had died. Remembering their agreement, and becoming nervous, she confided in her husband, who had never seen a photograph of his wife's friend, nor heard any description of her.
A night or two afterwards ... I ... awoke, and saw a lady sitting by the side of the bed where my wife was sleeping soundly. At once I sat up ... and gazed so intently that even now I can recall her ... features ... I remember that I was much struck, as I looked intently at her, with the careful arrangement of her coiffure, every single hair being most carefully brushed down. 
After some minutes, the lady disappeared. When his wife awoke, Mr. Bellamy described their mysterious visitor.
I described here, ... all of which exactly tallied with my wife's recollection of Miss W. Finally I asked. "Was there any special point to strike one in her appearance?" "Yes, my wife promptly replied: "We girls used to tease her at school for devoting so much time to the arrangement of her hair."

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Dr.Dean Radin: The Extended Mind, Past, Present and Future

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Dr. Dean Radin - Science and the Taboo of PSI

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Supernormal Science, Yoga, and the Evidence for Extraordinary Psychic Abilities by Dean Radin:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I8WeqweS-_c

Exploring Non-local Consciousness: http://debunkingdeath.blogspot.com/2015/05/exploring-non-local-consciousness.html

Graham Hancock questions Richard Dawkins on psychedelics and challenging his world view

GrahamHancockDotCom

Dr Richard Dawkins, author of books such as The Selfish Gene (http://amzn.to/NjmDZ8) and The God Delusion (http://amzn.to/NdfGdY), is famous for his materialist views about the nature of reality and his belief that "the supernatural... can never offer us a true explanation of the things we see in the world and the universe around us." On 3 November 2011, Dr Dawkins visited the British city of Bath to promote his new book The Magic of Reality (http://amzn.to/NdfMm5) and gave a reading at the Bath Central Library. In the Q&A session following the reading Graham Hancock, author of books such as Fingerprints of the Gods (http://amzn.to/x7PNY3), Supernatural: Meetings with the Ancient Teachers of Mankind (http://amzn.to/thGLVP), and Entangled (http://amzn.to/sKUGuR), pointed out to Dr Dawkins that many traditional hunter-gather cultures believe there are other realities -- spirit worlds and so on and so forth -- and concrete techniques, such as the use of psychoactive plants, to access them. "As a scientist," Hancock asked, "have you ever seriously engaged such techniques to have first-hand experience of what they're talking about, and perhaps even to challenge your own concept of what is real?"

In view of Dr Dawkins' influence and importance as a shaper of public opinion his reply, given before an audience of several hundred, is a matter of public record and public interest and shows him to be more open-minded than many of his critics might allege.



"Fingerprints of the Gods" author Graham Hancock explains why all politicians should drink Ayahuasca 10 times, the gruesome Aztec history behind his new book "WarGod", why he took Ibogaine to gain closure with his late father, and how Joe Rogan is just an all-around cool dude.

Friday, May 1, 2015

Exploring Non-local Consciousness

Exploring Non-local Consciousness with Dean Radin (Senior Scientist at IONS), Neil Theise (Professor of Pathology and of Medicine), Julia Mossbridge (Cognitive Neuroscientist), John Hagelin (Quantum Physicist), Menas Kafatos (Quantum Physicist) and Rudolph Tanzi (Professor of Neurology, Harvard University), moderated by Cassandra Vieten (President of IONS) This superstar interdisciplinary panel will engage some of the very latest thinking and evidence for why it is becoming increasingly impossible to reduce consciousness to brain processes alone. We will ask questions like: How is it possible that we can access information at a distance and into the future? What is the relationship between unconsciousness processing and nonlocal consciousness? If our mind is locked inside of our skull, what accounts for mind-matter interactions? And what are the boundaries of the body anyway? And how can we learn to “use our brain” instead of having “our brain use us?”



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One Step Beyond Classic TV Series Full EpisodesOne Step Beyond Classic TV Series Full Episodes

Classic TV Shows

Produced at the same time as the more well-known Twilight Zone, this series fed the nation's growing interest in paranormal suspense in a different way. Rather than creating fictional stories with supernatural twists and turns, this program sought out 'real' stories of the supernatural, including ghosts, disappearances, monsters, etc., and re-creating them for each episode. No solutions to these mysteries were ever found, and viewers could only scratch their heads and wonder, "what if it's real?"