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Old 04-18-2018, 01:13 PM
 
Location: Western USA
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Midnight in the desert is where art bell went and then had to stop because some nutter was shooting at him. Now heather wade does the show for art. They have some good guests.
Fans of the late great Art Bell can find plenty of his classic shows rebroadcast 24/7 via TuneIn Radio over the internet:

https://tunein.com/radio/The-Very-Be...oorg)-s198244/
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Old 04-19-2018, 10:52 AM
 
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A wealth of streaming internet paranormal radio programs can be found at:

KGRA Digital Broadcasting



Category Archive for "LNM Archives" | LNM Radio Network

Shows like Jimmy Church's "Fade to Black" and Linda Moulton Howe's "Phenomenon Radio" on KGRA are top flight entertainment.

The late Art Bell's "Midnight in the Desert" on the Dark Matter Network carries on in his producer Heather Wade's capable hands.

Michael Vara's "Late Night in the Midlands" is also a wonderful program. All these networks offer a broad variety of programming, so it's advisable to sample and enjoy.

For those who like podcasts perhaps the best program out there comes from Australia - "Mysterious Universe":

http://mysteriousuniverse.org

The hosts have great chemistry and inquiring, skeptical minds. The free version of the podcast is over an hour each week. Plus members get even more content.

Enjoy!
didn't know about these. Great suggestions! (except I'm not crazy about LMH)
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Old 04-21-2018, 03:02 PM
 
Location: Western USA
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Linda has that reedy warble to her voice, but her co-host John Burroughs has a great voice.

The thing about Linda is that she's Stanford educated and does hard science news as the medium to grade the paranormal.

Her work on cattle mutilations is classic investigative reporting and the interviews she posts are always transcribed on her
earthfiles.com website so you can avoid the voice and concentrate on the material as you choose.

One of the other shows that's worth listening to on KGRA is Don Ecker's Dark Matter program.

Dark Matters Radio Show | KGRA Digital Broadcasting

Don Ecker is the Director of Research for UFO Magazine. As a medically retired law enforcement officer, he puts a skeptical and honest eye on UFO and paranormal subjects. Ecker hosted the critically acclaimed radio programs UFOs Tonite! and Strange Daze for six years, interviewing the important personalities in the UFO and paranormal fields and related areas. Later, along with his close friend, television and film star Dwight Schultz of The A-Team and Star Trek fame, he hosted Dark Matters on the Reality Radio Network. Currently, Dark Matters can be heard on KGRA Digital Broadcasting.
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Old 04-22-2018, 02:33 PM
 
Location: bend oregon
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The higherside chats is a good one that I've been listening to for a few months.
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Old 04-28-2018, 09:04 PM
 
Location: Clovis Strong, NM
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Seems like the YT streams are pretty much the only place where one could find programs that are strictly directed towards the "ghosts, spirits, and hauntings" variety. Official radio programs like coasttocoastam and such were pretty good. But then again, they seemed to encompass all variety of paranormal and out-of-this world topics and just never stuck to strictly ghosts and hauntings.

There were a few times that coasttocoastam would have a "ghost-to-ghost" special every Halloween or so. But with all due respect to the late Art Bell, there would be times where a caller would chime in with an "out of season" ghost story. He'd shut them down pretty quick and tell them to save it for "ghost-to-ghost" season instead.

Now if one could get a syndicated, weekly radio broadcast that was similar to "realghoststoriesonline"(run by an actual, former radio DJ who was quite familiar with the old school, coasttocoastam), then I would definitely tune into that.
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Old 05-05-2018, 05:14 PM
 
Location: Western USA
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Seems like the YT streams are pretty much the only place where one could find programs that are strictly directed towards the "ghosts, spirits, and hauntings" variety. Official radio programs like coasttocoastam and such were pretty good. But then again, they seemed to encompass all variety of paranormal and out-of-this world topics and just never stuck to strictly ghosts and hauntings.

There were a few times that coasttocoastam would have a "ghost-to-ghost" special every Halloween or so. But with all due respect to the late Art Bell, there would be times where a caller would chime in with an "out of season" ghost story. He'd shut them down pretty quick and tell them to save it for "ghost-to-ghost" season instead.

Now if one could get a syndicated, weekly radio broadcast that was similar to "realghoststoriesonline"(run by an actual, former radio DJ who was quite familiar with the old school, coasttocoastam), then I would definitely tune into that.

Well you may be in luck then, ever hear of Jim Harold?

He tells masterful ghost stories.



https://jimharold.com/category/jim-harolds-campfire/

Podcasting since 2005, Jim's free podcasts include The Paranormal Podcast (interviews with experts on the supernatural), Campfire (true ghost stories as told by real people). Over 31 Million downloads to date! Jim's paranormal podcasts are among the top 2% of all podcasts. (Source: Libsyn) Over the last few years, Jim has added true crime and classic TV podcasts to his repertoire. Jim has released 5 best-selling books of supernatural stories & an adult coloring book based on his Campfire series. Enjoy the shows & stay spooky!

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Old 05-07-2018, 01:54 PM
 
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There are several YouTube channels that function like paranormal radio shows, in that they have guests and do interviews.
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Old 05-08-2018, 02:59 PM
 
Location: Western USA
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And a brief plug for Toronto's Richard Syrett who does have a youtube channel:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMN...iuzEeadDlg3GjA



I really enjoy his style and skepticism, a fine interviewer who doesn't let the guest get too far out there without a reality check.
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Old 05-13-2018, 12:59 PM
 
Location: stowmarket UK
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Originally Posted by wycoyote View Post
A wealth of streaming internet paranormal radio programs can be found at:

KGRA Digital Broadcasting



Category Archive for "LNM Archives" | LNM Radio Network

Shows like Jimmy Church's "Fade to Black" and Linda Moulton Howe's "Phenomenon Radio" on KGRA are top flight entertainment.

The late Art Bell's "Midnight in the Desert" on the Dark Matter Network carries on in his producer Heather Wade's capable hands.

Michael Vara's "Late Night in the Midlands" is also a wonderful program. All these networks offer a broad variety of programming, so it's advisable to sample and enjoy.

For those who like podcasts perhaps the best program out there comes from Australia - "Mysterious Universe":

http://mysteriousuniverse.org

The hosts have great chemistry and inquiring, skeptical minds. The free version of the podcast is over an hour each week. Plus members get even more content.

Enjoy!
Mysterious Universe is the one , great show
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Old 05-16-2018, 09:06 AM
 
Location: Western USA
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Mysterious Universe is the one , great show
Aaron and Ben have been at this for over a decade and their chemistry is perfect. You get the right amount of wry humor to balance some of the more "woo woo" guests and subject matter.

I've heard them mention that they have a sizable government audience who like to check in on the paranormal happenings.

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