Jul 16, 2019
By Valerie Massie
In a brand new segment to be heard the second Sunday of every month, Richard welcomes the discoverer of Reverse Speech who will discuss how he discovered reverse speech and how it can be used to uncover deceitfulness. He will play several audio clips from newsmakers and then will play the reversals to reveal whether these speakers were being truthful or not.
GUEST: David John Oates discovered Reverse Speech in 1987. Since then, he has dedicated his life to research and promoting it across the globe through lectures, training shows and media appearances. He also uses it in his private therapy practice to help people breakthrough their emotional challenges. He is the co-host of Reverse Speech Radio, a podcast dedicated to revealing the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.
Richard speaks with the organizer of a paranormal and occult event held on a 61-acre campground in Grey Country, Ontario who discusses the line-up of presenters at this year’s conference. He’ll also share some of the numerous paranormal episodes occurring at his home, a haunted stone farmhouse built in the 1860s.
GUEST: Khaman Mythwood has always been interested in the occult, sacred geometry, magic, myths, ancient history, and polytheistic religions. He continues to study to improve his medium, clairvoyant, clairaudient, claircognizant and empathic skills. With his wife Alyx, Khaman is also owner and operator of Mythwood Campground, a unique sacred space where history, polytheistic paths, and nature come together. He is the owner and producer of OCCULTICON 2019 happening September 13th -15th
IN SEARCH OF THE SASQUATCH
Richard speaks with a journalist and travel writer about his journeys into the remote Great Bear Rainforest region of British Columbia, where he collected stories of Sasquatch from the First Nation indigenous communities and others.
Guest: John Zada is an author, journalist and photographer based in Toronto, Canada. An interest in adventure travel and remote regions have taken him to some far-flung parts of the world. John’s work has appeared in such publications as the Globe & Mail, Toronto Star, The Guardian, The Telegraph, Travel + Leisure, BBC, CBC, Al-Jazeera, New York Post, Explore, Maisonneuve, Montecristo, Los Angeles Review of Books, Toque & Canoe and Canadian Business.