Peer Beyond The Veil

Finding the soul behind the story – Jim Perry

Before we drop off the cliff into the murky waters of season 2, we step outside for a breath of air and to analyse what draws us all to be here, and to allow ourselves to appreciate that we are all just simple humans, all on our own journeys. In this small but varied community,…

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Explorations in the dark – Paranormal Encounters UK

The county of Lancashire in northern England has a long and varied history of the paranormal and the unusual. An ancient place, wrapped in centuries of toil and warfare. The buildings, many of them as old as time, still stand in places, holding the memories of what has been. A place of witches, spectres, ghostly…

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Parapsychology vs the Supernatural – Randy Liebeck

When the Society for Psychical Research was founded in London back in 1882, it provided a hub for scientists and scholars of multiple disciplines to meet and study the fields of the paranormal, as it was then quite recently termed. It studied hypnotism, telepathy and spiritualism, and gathered them into what would become known as…

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The Enigma of Consciousness – Micah Hanks

In the mid-19th Century, as paranormal research groups and organisations sprang up across the continent and into the new world, the great library of such study began to amass on the dusty shelves, each ruffled old page taking us one tiny step closer to a perceived truth, a new enlightenment, a greater understanding of what…

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Whispers from beyond – Eve S. Evans

There is much to be discussed about what it is that makes certain people more prone to experiencing the paranormal than others, and it is something that we have indeed touched upon in previous episodes. Cynics will argue that those are the people with heightened ‘agency-detection’, the mechanism that allows you to be aware of…

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Acknowledging the cover-up – Andrew Johnson

The glimpses of the truth, the reality, the secret, that we civilians occasionally stumble onto are kept hidden away at all costs. When information leaks, it is always deliberate. They tell us that there is disclosure, that they are willing to share information, but either it is intentional misinformation or their hands are otherwise forced….

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The Terror of Devil’s Den – Terry Lovelace

This world that we all obsess over, this world of paranormal and spiritual and extra-terrestrial research is filled with stories and anecdotes that either verify or nullify our beliefs. Many are hearsay, tales that are passed on from sources unknown, the details around them fluttering and changing like the winds. It is often hard to…

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Paranormal roads, forests and other hot-spots – Peter McCue

Many of us, perhaps too many, approach the wide-ranging fields of paranormal research with a little too much paranormal and too little research. A huge element of subjective belief and influence goes into it all, and as there is often no scientific explanation to support or validate it, science often falls at the wayside. My…

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Tracking and trailing hidden beasts – Richard Freeman

Scientists discover many new creatures each year, and they’re not all tiny bugs and sea worms, there are big lizards, monkeys and lemurs and sloths, dolphins and rays and species of deer and in 2010 a new species of clouded leopard. All of them existed in our world and we mostly had no idea they…

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Skinwalking the 37th Parallel – Chuck Zukowski

Most nations of the world have their own paranormal hotspots, sites and locations that seem to attract weirdness, Some are prone to repeated hauntings, places where ghosts and spirits and demons frequent. Others are seemingly home to bigfoots or black cats and dogs. Yet others seem to be highways and byways for the strange things…

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