Hunting In The Dark – Mar 4, 2010

Posted by shadows on Saturday, 6 of March , 2010 at 1:53 pm

Paranormal investigator Linda Zimmermann joined the show to talk about her experiences from over 15 years of hunting down ghost.

Linda shared some humorous and spooky stories. She also discussed some of the theories of what ghost are and why they are still here. Linda believes that each ghost has unfinished business and is usually tied down to a place that has meaning from their life.

As a historian, Linda finds it natural to search out the history of a location but says not all locations need the background check. She shared some amazing stories of how researching the history can aid in the investigation.

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I Believe – Feb 28, 2010

Posted by shadows on Tuesday, 2 of March , 2010 at 1:56 pm

A night of open lines with callers sharing what they believe in. Topics included music, meaning of life, politics, and more.

We were joined by Robert Damon Schneck and Shane Greer. Tina called in with her beliefs on 2012. Carol shared her thoughts and experiences on astral projection.

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Demons – Jan 24, 2010

Posted by shadows on Tuesday, 2 of March , 2010 at 1:50 pm

Demonologist Katie Boyd and Psychic/Medium Beckah Boyd joined us for a discussion on demons and what evil might just lurk around us without even knowing.

Katie and Beckah talked about some of the signs that indicate a demonic possession compared to what could be explained as a medical disorder. According to them, demonic cases are exrtremely rare but do happen. Beckah discussed her latest book she is working on that tackles the problem with medical disorders being mistakes as demons or other paranormal activity.

At one point the talk turned to demon fecal matter being thrown at the victim. These are in the from of a pebble. Though reported, Katie and Beckah expressed they haven’t witnessed this themselves. Of course saying a demon can poop brought up a lot of other questions and laughter.

During a extended hour of the show, Jeremiah discusses some of the issues that Shadows Media is experiencing and the plans to overcome these hard times. We want to say thanks to to all those who have supported us and continue to do so.

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Underwater Treasures – Dec 20, 2009

Posted by shadows on Tuesday, 2 of March , 2010 at 1:49 pm

Nelson Jecas has been hunting treasure for years, whether on land or underwater. He joined us to talk about his adventures and share some of the tricks of the trade.

Some of Jecas’s finds can be found in museums.

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Predictions 2010 and Egypt – Dec 17, 2009

Posted by shadows on Tuesday, 2 of March , 2010 at 1:48 pm

First hour guest John Hogue looked into the future at 2010 and shared with us the possiblities he saw. He latest book, Predictions for 2010, has just been released and is available in eBook form.

With a roller coaster global economy, a historical Unites States President, and war all around, there is good reason to wonder what the future may hold.

Second hour guest Stephen Mehler took on us on a journey to Egypt, where he recently came back from. Mehler, along with Sacred Earth Journeys, offers travels around the world to sacred and spiritual locations.

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A Good Man – Dec 6, 2009

Posted by shadows on Tuesday, 2 of March , 2010 at 1:47 pm

Author Larry Baker joins us to talk about his latest novel, life as a writer, and a bit of what is on his mind.

Synopsis:

Harry Ducharme is at the end of his rope. Booze and bad decisions have taken him from the A-list of talk-radio fame down to a tiny cinder-block station, WWHD in St. Augustine, Florida. He talks mostly to himself from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m., not sure anybody is listening, reading books and poetry that he likes, not caring if anyone agrees with him, playing golden-oldies from the Sixties, and wondering how he got there.

Then, as a hurricane pounds north Florida, with WWHD broadcasting to a town without electricity, Harry gets a visitor just as the eye of the hurricane passes over. An old black man who calls himself a Prophet wants to borrow a Walt Whitman poem that Harry read the night before. The Prophet wants “A Noiseless Patient Spider” to be the core of his next sermon, in which he announces the imminent arrival of a New Child of God. Harry is a bit skeptical.

A Good Man thus opens between the heaves of a hurricane and ends on Election night-2008 with the revelation of that Child. Or perhaps not. Still, Harry is there, in the parking lot of a football stadium, surrounded by thousands of pilgrims, as witness to and participant in one final act of death and redemption that might be a sign of the beginning, or the end.

The story weaves back and forth in time, revealing the history of an orphan named Harry Ducharme. From Iowa farm to Florida beach, Harry is finally surrounded by men and women with their own burdens to carry. Captain Jack Tunnel is the morning host, more rightwing than Rush, with a cranky co-host parrot named Jimmy Buffett, but also with a gentle secret life. Nora James is the mysterious “cooking woman” who broadcasts from her home kitchen, but whom nobody has ever seen. Nora cooks on-air and discusses women’s issues. Harry spends his first year in town trying to find her, only to discover that Nora’s whereabouts are a communal secret, revealed only to a select few. Carlos Friedmann has the 2–6 a.m. slot, a fourth-generation Jewish Cuban who cannot speak Spanish, but whose forte is to broadcast fake interviews with Fidel Castro. Friedmann’s great desire is to kill and cook the parrot Jimmy Buffett.

Harry had arrived in St. Augustine in November of 2000. Living in a America’s oldest city, Harry reveals profound insights into American politics and history throughout A Good Man. Eventually, his role in the New Child’s arrival becomes intertwined with contemporary politics, Iraq, 9/11, old-time religion, and classic literature from writers like Flannery O’Connor and Emily Dickinson, as well as the music of Harry Chapin.

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Paranormal Throwdown – Dec 3, 2009

Posted by shadows on Tuesday, 2 of March , 2010 at 1:46 pm

A night of Shadows in the Dark’s quiz show Paranormal Throwdown.

Contestants called in for a chance to win prizes.

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The Undead Part 2 – Nov 29, 2009

Posted by shadows on Tuesday, 2 of March , 2010 at 1:24 pm

Douglas Dietrich returned to continue his discussion of the Soviet Unions use of Zombies in labor camps. Douglas began with recapping what was discussed on his last appearance.

War journals from Chinese soliders referred to Soviet soliders who took on fire but keep charging, even after loosing body parts.

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End Times – Nov 19, 2009

Posted by shadows on Saturday, 28 of November , 2009 at 6:15 pm

Internationally renowned, award winning author, Dr. Alfred Adams has sold over 600,000 books prophesizing the last days. Using clues from the book of Revelations, Dr. Adams has pointed to significant modern day developments and discussed their relationship to Biblical prophecies. Now Adams brings his prophecies to DVD. Are We Living in the End Times? was released on September 29th by Celebrity Video Distribution, Inc. The DVD features a documentary in which Adams poses questions to Mardi Gras revelers on the streets of New Orleans. The partygoers were asked questions related to the RFID chip, The North American Union, cashless societies, and the Amero. Mixed in with “man on the street” interviews, are discussions with prominent theologians and news clippings from major news outlets discussing the same ideas.

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Across the Forest – Nov 15, 2009

Posted by shadows on Saturday, 28 of November , 2009 at 6:12 pm

In the mountains of Transylvania, ancient beliefs in the supernatural can still be found. These beliefs are quickly dying out as the world mondernizes aroudn the tiny village of Carpathains.

Justin Blair and Matthew Vincent journeyed across the forest to collect stories of vampires, werewolves, and forest spirits. Through conversations with the Romanian villagers, they take the viewer on a bizarre journey into the supernatural beliefs of a world that is rarely glimpsed and will never be seen again.

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