This week on The Gralien Report Podcast, we celebrate that most esoteric of all holidays, Groundhog Day, as we ask, Did Punxsutawney Phil See His Shadow? Elsewhere, the National Weather Service made their own predictions about what the weather might do in the coming weeks… and if you manage to work up an appetite in the meantime, back in the old days, just remember that Groundhog Day involved eating the groundhogbon appétit!

Before we wrap up hour one, Scotty Roberts joins us to discuss an exciting announcement: The Ancient Megaliths & Sacred Spaces tour of Ireland, this June 12 – 23, 2015. Is there more behind the many myths and legends of the Emerald Isle? Learn more about this exciting adventure at the Exodus Reality Tours website.

Finally in the last hour of this week’s trip, we change gears and delve into the realm of the supernatural… do ghosts exist, and if so, what are they? The Graliens share reports of ghostly happenings from our listeners, as well as personal experiences they’ve shared over the years, along with a look at humanity’s famous ghost stories from past to present. Is there anything more to ghosts and stories about them than pure myth? The many encounters we’ll examine here may leave you thinking so…


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Author: Micah Hanks

Micah Hanks is a writer, researcher, and podcaster. His interests include areas of history, science, archaeology, philosophy, and the study of anomalous phenomena in nature. He can be reached at

One Reply to “02.02.15. An Examination of Ghosts on The Gralien Report”

    I thoroughly enjoyed your recent show during which a wide variety of ghost stories were told. It was a refreshing change from your usual topics. I love your show, and would really like to see such a program once a month. Please, though, I’d rather you did not involve the listening audience, but rather do as you did on the show. Thanks!

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