2.8.8: Larry Flaxman on BoA:Audio preview
THIS WEEK : Larry Flaxman from The Arkansas Paranormal and Anomalous Studies Team
BoA:Audio enters the ghost genre with Larry Flaxman, founder of the Arkansas Paranormal and Anomalous Studies Team (ARPAST). We'll discuss the ins and outs, creation and evolution, and research methods of the ARPAST group. We'll get Larry's critical thoughts on EMF meters, EVPs, orbs, and some of the problems with today's ghost hunting groups. Plus, we'll have lots of big picture discussion on the ghost hunting field, its explosion in popularity, and the plusses and minuses of the rapidly growth of that esoteric genre.
It's a new area of coverage for BoA:Audio, but we manage to retain our same flavour of in-depth esoteric discussion.
NEXT WEEK : Cristo Louw from South Africa's UFO Resource
An ultra-ambitious episode of BoA:Audio, as we call nearly 8,000 miles away to Cape Town, South Africa for the first American interview ever by Cristo Louw, head of South Africa's UFO Resource (SAUFOR). Cristo shares a variety of fascinating UFO stories that have happened in South Africa over the last century or so, including key cases like the 1989 UFO shoot down over Botswana and the Bainbridge Incident. We find out about famous South African contactees like Elizabeth Klarer and Carl van Vlierden. We also discuss the history of UFO studies in South Africa and how it compares to its American counterpart. Looking at big picture influences on the field, we discuss the role of the government, the military, and the media in shaping the UFO culture in South Africa.
It's a tremendously educational edition of BoA:Audio featuring a ton of international UFO material from a continent often overlooked in the global UFO picture.