Posted by shadows on Tuesday, 16 of November , 2010 at 11:23 am
Author Annamaria Hemingway joined us during the first hour to discuss her book Practicing Conscious Living and Dying. Dealing with death can be something profound in someone’s life. This was discussed along with Annamaria’s own experience.
During the second hour, we took a trip to the Funkyside with band Donna the Buffalo who was currently on tour. They shared their musical influences and discussed their rise to popularity in the music scene.
During the third hour, Jeremiah and Kelly talked about the state of things for Shadows Media, which included Mysteries magazine and Jeremiah Greer Live.
Posted by shadows on Thursday, 11 of November , 2010 at 5:16 pm
The night was filled with music, art, and a story of an FBI raid. Also, did Jeremiah discover he was actually an anarchist.
During the first hour, guitarist Caleb Smith from Balsam Range, talked about his musical career with the popular bluegrass band. He also played some live music that included Jim Croce’s Don’t Mess Around With Jim, Balsam Range’s Jack Diamond (written by Caleb), and Gordon Lightfoot’s Home from the Forest. (Click the song titles to view the video of these performances on YouTube)
Second hour guest Rodger Phillips shared the inspiration behind his alien sculptures, an idea given to him by his father. Each sculpture depicts aliens in somewhat of a historical but humorous setting. Only 100 of each were produced.
Third hour guest Elliot Madison’s home was raided by the FBI 14 months ago. At 5:30am, he was awakened by 30 FBI agents and two helicopters coming through his door. To date, only 10% of what was seized has been returned. This included his dogs toys, a pet Halloween costume, and even Buffy the Vampire Slayer DVDs.
Posted by shadows on Tuesday, 2 of November , 2010 at 3:36 am
A night of spooky tales and haunted houses. End the scariest night of the year with JGL as we try to scare your socks off. Guests Elliot LaChance and Barry Anderson joined us for some haunting Halloween discussion.
Our first guest, Elliot LaChance, joined us to share his story of a very violent haunting he personally lived through as a child. He also spoke of some of the other haunted locations that he has visited, including his recent visit to Haunted Wilkes.
Also dropping by during the show was Barry Anderson, a special effects artist with Ripley’s Believe It or Not! He continued the spooky tales by sharing his own experiences of growing up in a haunted house, before changing the topic to the various strange and unusual items he’s encountered during his time with Ripley’s.
Posted by shadows on Tuesday, 26 of October , 2010 at 11:44 pm
Jeremiah attended the Haunted Wilkes conference on the 23rd. While there, he interviewed many of the guest speakers and attendees. These interviews can be heard throughout the show. We also introduced our new mystery co-host, Kelly King, who has worked alongside Jeremiah for the past two months in the Camper Studio.
The legend of Tom Dooley was also brought up throughout the broadcast. Tom Dooley was a Confederate soldier who was tried and hanged for the Wilkes County murder of Laura Foster.
Haunted Wilkes interviews include:
– Heather Osborne & Larry Griffin, who discussed their newly formed group, 13th Hour Paranormal Research & Investigation. They also provided some little known details of the Tom Dooley story.
– RG Absher, author of The Ghosts of Yadkin Valley, continued the discussion about Tom Dooley and the history of Wilkesboro.
– Jonathan Watts & Vince Austin discussed the book Dead Speak: Paranormal Audio for Everyone and weareparanormal.com, a social media website where the paranormal community can connect.
– Georgina Thompson from Graystone Manor, a bread and breakfast in Wilkesboro, spoke about the haunts and history of the manor and the many historic art pieces found throughout the B&B.
Posted by shadows on Tuesday, 19 of October , 2010 at 1:20 am
In the first hour, we heard from guest Allen St. Pierre, who is the Executive Director of NORML, an organization that supports and speaks out on the legalization of marijuana for medical and personal use. He explained what NORML does, as well as reasons for reforming marijuana laws.
Green Deane from Eat the Weeds joined us in the second hour and discussed foraging, finding, and using edible plants. He spoke of many edible plants and their nutritional and medicinal properties. He also gave tips on which plants to avoid.
Third hour guest George LoBuono discussed his book Alien Mind – The Thought and Behavior of Extraterrestrials. During the discussion, he offered several theories and assumptions as to how aliens think and act within their societies and our own.
Posted by shadows on Tuesday, 12 of October , 2010 at 12:45 am
We celebrated our new name Jeremiah Greer Live with surprise guests, Dr. John Turner, Robert Heske, Beckah Boyd, Toppie Lincicome, and Robert Schneck, who dropped in throughout the three hour broadcast.
We also reflected on the past three years, listened to some of Jeremiah’s original poetry, and discussed the reason behind the name change.
Posted by shadows on Thursday, 7 of October , 2010 at 4:44 pm
We welcomed back Dr. John Turner along with Dr. Raymond Moody to discuss “near death experiences” and what lies on the other side. Dr. Moody just recently released a new book titled, Glimpses of Eternity.
We also discussed “shared death experiences”, a phenomenon that allows people in close proximity to a dying loved one, to experience a portion of the dying person’s near death experience. This can also include “shared deathbed visions”.
Posted by shadows on Wednesday, 1 of September , 2010 at 9:06 am
Ben Abba joined us for the first two hours to discuss his search for the oldest living person. No, it’s not someone just over a hundred years old. You would be surprised to how old exactly. Also discussed were his upcoming book, Secrets of an Immortal, and some commonalities for longevity like diet, exercise, and spirituality.
During the 3rd hour, horror author Eric S. Brown joined us to discuss his new book Bigfoot War and some upcoming releases including The War of the Worlds, Plus Blood, Guts and Zombies. Also explored during the hour were comic books and super heroes.
Posted by shadows on Monday, 9 of August , 2010 at 11:18 pm
During the first hour of the show we played some Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams. In hours two and three we were joined by author, publisher, and consultant, H. Michael Sweeney.
Sweeney, who is also known as The Professional Paranoid, spoke about a variety of discussion topics including the Bilderbergers, government controlled viruses, and the New World Order. During the break, we heard Armageddon Machine – Anthem of the New World Order, a song by H. Michael Sweeney.
In the final hour of the show, Sweeney announced his new ergonomic book technology that will allow new authors to get into print without print on demand or rejection notices.
Posted by shadows on Monday, 2 of August , 2010 at 2:51 pm
Writer, teacher, and intuitive Paul Selig joined us during the first hour to talk about his new book, I Am the Word – a channeled text about consciousness and self-awareness. He also spoke about his many abilities and some of the exercises which can be found within the book.
During the second hour we were joined by Brian Klein from The Ohio Paranormal Convention that will take place August 21st & 22nd, 2010. He spoke about many of the 18 guest speakers that will be at the convention, as well as some of the events that will be taking place throughout the weekend.
For the final hour we were joined by Jim Willis, who will be a returning guest speaker at this year’s Ohio Paranormal Convention. He shared with us details about some of his future projects, as well as some strange stories from his past.