The Gralien Report Podcast for December 10, 2013

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This week on The Gralien Report Podcast… It’s a quest for the Holy Gralien! Micah Hanks embarks on his own search for the mythical Holy Grail, and the meaning behind the concept, as well as its roots within the word “Gralien”. We also look at the curious continuation of stories of watches failing, stopping, and missing time altogether, as reported by our listeners.

The Gralien Report Podcast for December 10, 2013

Then during hour two, mysteries of the ancient past are on the table, including the oldest footprints in the United States, and the continued search for the lost colonists of Roanoke Island… will science and new data help us discover the cause of their disappearance? All this and more on this week’s Gralien Report Podcast. 

And below are show notes for those who wish to follow in the quest for the Holy Gralien… 

Remembering Colin Wilson and Lloyd Pye, gone, but not forgotten

Obama’s officially the first president to publicly mention Area 51

Have the Lost Colonists of Roanoke Island been found?

America’s Oldest Footprints date back more than 10,000 years

Giant Squid Prank Pulls the Leg of Thousands of YouTube Viewers


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The Gralien Report Podcast for December 10, 2013 — 1 Comment

  1. It’s interesting you mentioned Ted Bundy & the priest who performed a cleansing ritual. In one of the last editions of Binnall of America he had Bill Guggenheim, the co-author of Hello From Heaven & a researcher in after-death communication as guest. During the interview he mentioned the story of a woman who was obsessed with trying to channel the spirit of Ted Bundy –go figure– and apparently she experienced an episode of paralysis while she observed how a foul dark mass started to crawl up & enveloping her body.

    She fortunately was able to break the ‘trance’ & the dark shadow disappeared.

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