This week on The Gralien Report Podcast… has the Loch Ness Monster finally been captured on film? Also, probing a bit deeper into the nature of paranormalia… why is this program largely ignored by the “paranormal mainstream?” Is it because we don’t buy into the stereotypical ideas and notions present within the fields of parapsychology, UFOs, and other areas of the unexplained? If we’ve surmised correctly, then we will proudly continue to be your weekly escape from “the usual”… and if this trend continues, perhaps “the unusual” just as well!

The Gralien Report Podcast for August 6, 2012

Also, during hour two we continue to ask “just what do we really know” in our interview with author Kingsley Dennis, whose new book The Struggle for Your Mind delves into areas where our minds are controlled by external forces, and influenced by things we otherwise might not notice at all… and of course, for those further willing to free their minds in communion with our ethos prescribed here, we’ve included show notes below for the faithful of heart:

Skipper claims he’s photographed the Loch Ness Monster

Parapsychology comes to Durham, North Carolina

Tulpas and Conjuring: Check out the latest from Tony Morrill

Controversy surrounds “The Immortality Project”

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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

3 Replies to “The Gralien Report Podcast for August 6, 2012

  1. Due to his complete lack of psychic skills, by the powers vested in me I hereby strip Micah Hanks of his station as Ambassador of Cosmic Love.

    Return and your badge, uniform & CDs of Florence & The Machine to the Cosmic Love HQ, please.

    That is all.

  2. for what its worth, I correctly guessed the card you were holding when you asked the audience to retroactively focus on what card it was. though obviously it didn’t help Chris at all, and I didn’t get any of the other ones right…

  3. I found that last bit of a discussion quite interesting. Maybe some kind of researcher can eventually move us past the point of everything being assumptions as it is now? That’d be great.

    In regard to an afterlife person showing up in a straightforward manner, I just hope it isn’t the kind of thing that happens but only with wide gaps in time. Because the thought that all those answers were plainly given but we just happened to miss them because of when we are really bums me out.

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