So many people are fascinated by the paranormal. Ghost, spirits, monsters, and shadow people I guess; what makes them so interesting? I have to admit, I myself find myself intrigued by the unexplainable. Let’s talk about the mysterious, the spooky, and the maybe unexplainable? I know I know we’re a day late, but still. It’s still kind of Halloween. Join hosts Shanti and Danny as we talk about the paranormal and what science can and cannot explain.
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