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The Grave Talks is the weekly paranormal interview show hosted by Tony Brueski from the wildly popular Real Ghost Stories Online podcast. The podcast hosts new guests each week who share their haunting experiences with ghosts and the spirit world. Stories that encompass all areas of the paranormal, supernatural, demonic, ghost investigations, haunted houses, possessions, shadow people, the unexplained and more. Please be sure to subscribe to our weekly paranormal interview show "The Grave Talks" and give us a review to help us grow! Check out our website for more episodes and behind the scenes images and videos from the show.
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The Ghosts of WWII | Part 1

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PART 2 – AVAILABLE TO GRAVE KEEPERS ONLY – LISTEN HERE In part two of our interview, available only to Grave Keepers, we discuss:

What kinds of objects seem to hold Ghosts of WWII?

How does society in Europe view ghosts of WWII?

Where do ghost tanks still roam the streets years after WWII?

Are there ghost planes still roaming the skies from the war?

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Who are the ghosts of WWII? WWII was one of the most defining times of the last century. Countless lives lost, families destroyed and mental sanity pushed beyond its limits. With so much mental anguish expelled in such a short period of time, is it any wonder that the areas physically affected by this time in history remain a hotbed for paranormal activity. Are there still soldiers spirits out there, unaware that the war has ended. Are the ghosts of WWII seen by the living today simply a residual replay of this horrific time in human history? Who are the ghosts of WWII and what do they want? Are they still fighting a battle, or do the ghosts of WWII have a message for the living? We discuss this with author Matthew L. Swayne.

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