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Jason Hawes & JV Johnson welcome Dr. Craig Bauer to discuss his book Unsolved! - which examines some of the worlds most puzzling and notorious unsolved ciphers and codes. What secrets lie behind them, and what can we learn. From the Zodiac killer's ciphers, to encrypted treasure maps, there are many yet to be discovered. 12/21/2017 - Beyond Reality Radio with Jason Hawes & JV Johnson
Jason Hawes & JV Johnson talk with Lisa Smartt from the Final Words Project about the transition some people undergo as they approach their final moments. Much of that transition is evidenced by deathbed speech that references or is directed to unseen entities. Lisa shares many examples of this phenomenon and offers some explanations for its origin. 5/2/2017 - Beyond Reality Radio with Jason Hawes & JV Johnson
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Jason Hawes & JV Johnson talk with guest Terral Croft about the dark star that is making its 3600-year return to our solar system, and the devastating effects it will have on life as we know it. As an imploded binary twin of our sun, this dense mass has the potential to destroy most life on Earth. 4/18/2017 Beyond Reality Radio with Jason Hawes & JV Johnson
10/26/2016 - Beyond Reality Radio with Jason Hawes & JV Johnson discuss the series finale of Ghost Hunters on SyFy and the 12 years of episodes & investigations. Also, guest William Keegan joins to explore the truth vs fiction of Christopher Columbus' voyage to the New World. And, your calls.
08/18/16 - Beyond Reality Radio - Ghost of Maryland, Ghost & Legends of Oklahoma, and more with Author/Researcher Mike Ricksecker; The Haunted Housewives discussed their upcoming events; and of course, listener calls.
TSA confirms it is using canines to pre-screen passengers in various airports.
A federal government decision to allow a Wyoming tribe to kill two bald eagles for a religious ceremony is a victory for American Indian sovereignty as well as for long-suppressed religious freedoms, the tribe says. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service granted a permit March 9 to the Northern Arapaho Tribe allowing it either to kill or capture and release two bald eagles this year. Do you think this is the right decision?