Darcy Weir will discuss his new film on cryptocurrency, including interviews from industry professionals who are working in different areas of crypto business. Topics will include blockchain, bitcoin, a history of currency, smart contracts, NFTs, DEFI, gaming, the metaverse and the future. We aim to demystify the crypto world for the masses.
Darcy Weir is a documentary filmmaker who has chosen to work on some of the more fascinating subjects that are discussed today. He has completed over 10 feature-length documentaries which are all available through Tubi TV and Amazon Prime. He recently completed a new documentary based on the history of Bitcoin to date, as well as the nebulous cryptocurrency market. From Main Street to Wall Street, Darcy spoke to industry professionals who are working in different areas of crypto business. Using comedy, each chapter is designed to give educational information in an engaging and easy to understand way.
Richard William Smith – The Moor, the Mason and the Alien
Richard Smith will discuss his passion and study of the lost knowledge of our human origins throughout the cosmos, including extraterrestrial life, ancient astronauts, current affairs, and the human being’s place in the scheme of things.
Richard Smith‘s talks take the audience on an educational and riveting journey through our evolving global society and the ever-vigilant galactic community as it relates to the human condition. His presentations allow the audience to explore ancient and modern narratives that have brought humanity to its present global state of critical mass. Using the cosmology of our solar system as a platform, topical subjects relating to diversity and inclusion, as well as racial and gender equity, are discussed to raise conscious awareness of our health and well-being as caretakers of the planet.
David Metcalfe – UFOs, Cosmic Consciousness and the New Age of Psi
David Metcalfe will be discussing how the UFO reshaped psychic research in the 20th century and beyond.
David B. Metcalfe is a researcher, writer and multimedia specialist focusing on the areas where creativity, culture, and consciousness collide. In 2011, he established the Liminal Analytics: Applied Research Collaborative to focus on building multidisciplinary lines of communication through applied scholarship, digital media and social network development. Metcalfe is currently the Scholar in Digital Residence for the Windbridge Institute and Editor-in Chief for the Windbridge Research Center’s Threshold: Journal of Interdisciplinary Consciousness Studies.
Brian Allan and Barry Fitzgerald – The Deception of Gods and Men
Brian Allan and Barry Fitzgerald offer an alternative view of interdimensional beings and their purpose gleaned from ancient manuscripts and teachings our ancestors left behind.
As a result of a very early close encounter with the otherworld when he was three years old, Brian Allan has had an abiding interest in all kinds of paranormal and occult phenomena throughout his life. Although he had initially confined his interest in the subject to a passive role, involving study via books, etc., it is only in the past 45 years or so that he actually became involved in an active “hands on” basis. During this period of time, he has witnessed at first hand some genuinely remarkable phenomena and has also met some truly remarkable and talented people. He has written 14 books, all dealing with various aspects of the paranormal in one way or another, and he is currently the editor-in chief of the international online publication Phenomena Magazine. He has also been privileged to receive the Strange Phenomena Investigations prestigious Tartan Skull award for services to Ufology and the paranormal in Scotland. All back issues of Phenomena Magazine, which is absolutely free, can be accessed at www.phenomenamagazine.co.uk.
Irish-born Barry Fitzgerald has over 30 years of experience within the world of the supernatural, and it has taken him to new levels of intrigue and mystery. Appearing on all 56 episodes of Ghost Hunters International, he headed a team on the American NBC-owned SyFy network and explored a quandary of the paranormal and supernatural phenomenon around the globe. His natural progression led to the writing and publishing of books on subjects within his field of research such as The Complete Approach, The Influence, My Home Is Haunted Now What?, In The Mist of Gods, Banshee, Searching the Sídhe, a series of investigative stories into Irish mythology and folklore called Legend Seekers and a fictional trilogy The Council of Three. His most challenging cases drove him to explore the Mayan underworld in Belize known as Xibalba, leading a team into the furthest death’s of the Mayan version of Hell and hiking the Drakensberg mountains in KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa to investigate a cave associated with ancestral worship for the Zulu nation. Recently, however, his most challenging research comes in the form of the Irish mythology and its exceptionally confrontational and direct deities of old.
Dan Baldwin, George Sewell and Lindsey Higgins – The Abduction of Lindsey Higgins
Tonight we are joined by Dan Baldwin and George Sewell, along with Lindsey Higgins, whose story was the subject of the Netflix series Haunted. We will be discussing her abduction, the UFO phenomenon, the spirit world and beyond.
Dan Baldwin is a professional writer, often a “ghost writer” for other professionals. He has written and co-written or ghosted more than fifty books and has won numerous local, regional and national awards. He is a certified clinical hypnotherapist, plays the Native American flute and is an expert pendulum dowser having used the pendulum to assist in finding missing persons for over 15 years.
George Sewell describes himself as a cognitive philanthropist. Active in all aspects of theatre, his undergraduate degree is Speech & Journalism from Northwestern State University (Louisiana) and a Master of Arts degree in Drama & Communications from the University of New Orleans. As a playwright, he has written plays for community theatre, college theatre, and dinner theatre. He was awarded the Louisiana Division of the Arts Fellowship in Theatre (Playwriting).
Vocationally, he is retired as a counselor (MA Counseling, Louisiana Tech, and Licensed Prevention Professional), program manager, and administrator in the field of addictive disorders, including problem gambling. He is author of Habits, Patterns, and Thoughts That Go Bump in the Night; A Gnome, A Candle, And Me; Just the FAQ’s Please, About Alcohol and Drug Abuse (co-author Dan Baldwin) and the novel The Krismere. More mischief can be found at his website Thoughts That Go Bump in the Night, www.georgeesewell.com. He resides in Bossier City, Louisiana.
Lindsey Higgins was born and raised in Shreveport, Louisiana, where she still resides. She has been happily married to her husband Timothy for six and a half years. They are proud parents of two loving, rambunctious, beautiful dogs Selina Kyle and Loki, along with a spoiled, “picture purrfect” purring princess kitty named Sabrina. Lindsey works in non-profit and is currently the Training Coordinator for a residential facility for people with intellectual and cognitive disabilities. In her spare time, she enjoys bowling, going to comic cons, listening to Meat Loaf and watching old Hollywood movies, especially anything with Gene Kelly.
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Peter Muise – Witches and Warlocks of Massachusetts
For over three hundred years, stories of witches, sea serpents, magical folk, and pirates have amazed and terrified residents of Massachusetts’s North Shore. Peter Muise joins us to discuss them, as well as exploring the legends, folklore and weird traditions of mysterious New England.
Author Peter Muise, with degrees in anthropology from Bates College and Brandeis University, has been exploring New England legends, folklore and weird traditions for 20 years. He’s been blogging at New England Folklore since 2008, and he is the author of Legends and Lore of the North Shore, and his recent work has also appeared in Sam Baltrusis’s 13 Most Haunted Crime Scenes Beyond Boston. Peter has appeared as a guest expert on the Travel Channel’s Mysteries at the Museum. BOOKS: Witches and Warlocks of Massachusetts
Dean Haglund, known for his role as “Langly” on the The X-Files and The Lone Gunmen, joins us to discuss his new show, where he gets the lowdown from the brave souls who’ve attempted the most terrifying renovation projects ever on haunted, cursed and possessed properties.
Dean Haglund is a Canadian actor, known for the role of Richard “Ringo” Langly, one of The Lone Gunmen on The X-Files. Haglund is also a stand-up comedian, specializing in improvisational comedy, including work with the Vancouver Theatre Sports League. WEBSITES: Hellacious Renovations Chillpak Hollywood Hour TWITTER: @DHaglund INSTAGRAM: @DeanHaglund
All music by The Rentals featuring special remixes from their album Q36.