Paranormal the New Normal

Paranormal the New Normal

Paranormal the New Normal

[00:00:00] Jeremiah: Hello, my fellow, terrestrials coming to you from an RV deep in the Carolina mountains. Welcome to the what if their wrong podcast, the podcast that wants you to question everything, your reality is about to be shattered.

Hello, this is Jeremiah from the, what if the wrong podcast I’m joined today by Jeremy and he is with the paranormal, the new normal podcast. So we’re gonna talk today about paranormal other French topics. Probably get into some aliens, UFOs, stuff like that. Uh, find out his, take on it all. Uh, I’ll introduce him now.

Hello, Jeremy.

[00:00:57] Jeremy: How’s.

[00:01:00] Jeremiah: It’s going, how are you other than smoking

[00:01:03] Jeremy: diet on some good green smoke, but you know, other than that break, other than that pretty good sore, but,

[00:01:12] Jeremiah: well, yeah, thank you for coming on and, uh, talking with me and the audience and, uh, I’m sure we’ll be able to talk about some good stuff here.


[00:01:20] Jeremy: I’m sure we’ll go down. Plenty of worm holes.

[00:01:24] Jeremiah: so I’ll start with, um, have you yourself had any paranormal events happen in your life or have you witnessed anything?

[00:01:35] Jeremy: Um, yeah, until recently the answer to that was always no, but recently I, in the last year or two, I’ve had a couple UFO sightings basically where they just look like stars, but they’re moving faster than fast enough that the human eye can make out the difference and no star can move that fast.

So they’re definitely more UFOs. Which given what the government has told us recently, I’m not surprised at all, but, and I also live in a house with the two, the two spirits of the couple that originally lived here. So yeah. That’s interesting. Yeah. It’s uh, interesting. I, I was actually interviewing a medium this past Thursday, I wanna say.

When we got done recording, she basically told me that one of my grandfather’s spirits it’s behind me. Oh, wow. Oh, she didn’t tell me that at first, but after some deductive work of who it could be, that’s what we figured out. Yeah.

[00:02:42] Jeremiah: That probably, uh, gave you some goosebumps. Maybe

[00:02:46] Jeremy: that, that that’s actually, how I found out is I told her after I stopped recording, Since we’ve been talking, I’ve had chills down my back and I’ve had like a feeling in my brain, in the back of my brain that I cannot push away.

Like, what is something around me? She immediately was like, her eyes went wide and she’s like, yes. I was like, seriously, like apparently it was standing right next to me. Couldn’t, I can’t, I couldn’t even, I couldn’t see that it could sense it, which leads me to want to start trying to study ways to open up my spiritual side, to see if I can maybe even be a medium myself.

Maybe, maybe I do have the gift. I just never realized it.

[00:03:29] Jeremiah: Yeah. Maybe you just haven’t tapped into it or like focused on it.

[00:03:33] Jeremy: Yeah. I mean, yeah. Don’t know. Was always one of those people who wanted to see things, but never could. So I mean, you know, those who want to see, can’t see, that’s usually how it goes.

[00:03:50] Jeremiah: Yeah. Yeah. I’ve noticed a lot of, uh, mediums that I’ve come across or interviewed and they all say like, they didn’t really choose to have that gift or to go down that path. It was kind of just there. Oh,

[00:04:04] Jeremy: they’re born with it. They’re a hundred percent born with it. Usually if they have it, you can’t just go figure out a way to do it yourself.

But I mean, maybe there’s ways, which I’m gonna explore that route by talking to all the mediums. I have lined up for interviews about it. But until then, I’m saying keep getting creeped out and having cold sweated on my back.

[00:04:25] Jeremiah: Yeah. So, um, has anything happened in your house that made you, like think that you had spirits or ghosts

[00:04:32] Jeremy: in there?

Well, when my now wife then girlfriend, when her and her father were up here fixing the house for a weekend, she walked into the bathroom and like a white Misty cloud flew past her. which nobody has the shower wasn’t even set up yet. So no one has showered at the house yet, so it couldn’t have been steam or anything like that.

Then her and her, her and her dad kept hearing like noises all throughout the night. They couldn’t explain cuz nobody was using anything. They, we didn’t move in. It was just a empty house with a couple chairs in it. But, and fast forward to that was October-ish of last year. So fast forward to November after we moved in, my sister-in-law was up here for Thanksgiving and she was up, she she’s at night owl.

So she sees up to like early hours and at like two or three in the morning, she saw a shadow person walk down my hallway, into my kitchen and then back and forth, back and forth and it would, and then it would stand in the hallway and just stare at her. While she was in the kitchen, it there’s a door that goes out to the basement garage area and it looked like someone was in the other side trying to open it.

according to her, but everybody else was sleeping. So it couldn’t have been anybody human.

[00:05:49] Jeremiah: Yeah. That’s definitely creepy. I say to, uh, my previous guests and stuff, I’m not one to try to like go places that are haunted or cuz I’m kind of a scaredy cat, but I like hearing about the different tales and hearing other people’s experiences.

[00:06:09] Jeremy: I’m kind of the same way. Or at least I used to be more that way now I’m kind of at the point where I want to go out and start investigating east coast. Paranormal was just in my town a couple weekends ago, doing a investigation on a mansion in garden or where I live Gardner Massachusetts. Wanted to go so bad, but I couldn’t afford, I, I really couldn’t afford ticket.

I mean, if I contacted the woman from, and I interviewed Christina Westerville, I might have been able to, you know, get in for free, but it was just a bad night. It was a bad, it was a busy day anyway. I just. Couldn’t do it. I was so disappointed cuz I mean, after living with spirits and my wife’s house that she lived in before she lived with me was in the Bridgewater triangle.

So her house is creepy as hell. So I mean, since dating her, I definitely am more open to going doing things. Nothing really scares me anymore. well short of short of running into a Dogman in the middle of the woods, but

[00:07:05] Jeremiah: you know yeah. I think I would do like a Sasquatch hunt or something like that before I would do ghosts or haunted houses

[00:07:14] Jeremy: or I would love to do a Sasquatch hunt.

I would love to, but I feel like unless you are with like small town monsters or something, you can’t get into the areas where you’re actually gonna find them.

[00:07:28] Jeremiah: Yeah. It’s usually like deep woods and uh, you really have to be savvy or you’ll probably get like lost or injured or.

[00:07:37] Jeremy: you have to know how to go downwind.

You have to know how to walk without making sound. Otherwise it will just evade you the whole time you’re looking for if it’s out there. So what,

[00:07:46] Jeremiah: um, switching topic, I guess, but what’s your view on the whole Bigfoot phenomenon? Like some people say like, they’re just left over, what are they called? Uh,

[00:08:00] Jeremy: gigantic or, yeah, I never, I never, I never could pronounce it.

Right. But yeah.

[00:08:05] Jeremiah: Yeah. Like hoed and, um, other people are like, well, they might be more interdimensional or something of that nature. So what’s your whole take on the thing?

[00:08:18] Jeremy: I mean, I don’t, I have heard both sides and I’ve heard, I mean, I personally heard the theory. I love the most, which I highly doubt is true, but I love it the most I heard this years ago, I don’t remember from where.

I heard this theory basically goes that earth is a prison planet for species of aliens that other aliens have determined. They don’t want living among them. So that theory would explain Bigfoot. It would explain T cobras. They would explain dog men possibly. I mean, it could explain a lot of weird phenomenon.

We have, I mean, Thunderbird slash Tarda slash tarts. Like it could, it could explain a lot of things that on this earth that we can’t explain sea monsters. I mean, the, basically that the that’s one of those encompassing theories where everything gets put into it kind of,

[00:09:16] Jeremiah: yeah, definitely heard of earth being a prison planet, but it was more about like souls, souls related instead of creature related.

Like we

[00:09:26] Jeremy: like, so like Scientology belief,

[00:09:29] Jeremiah: I guess. Yeah. I don’t know much about Scientology, but, um, Yeah, kind of like our souls are trapped on earth and we have to like pay to play basically. We have to try to escape from the prison or else we get, keep getting reincarnated on this planet. ,

[00:09:50] Jeremy: that’s basically what Scientologists believe they believe that one alien species dropped off the souls of a bunch of different alien species on earth.

That’s what the human soul is, is. You have to move up in their levels to get off earth. I mean, that’s how they make money, but yeah. That’s so, yeah, I mean, if you never heard, if you don’t know much about Scientology, I suggest watching the south park episode or one Lei, uh, documentaries about it.

Yeah. I definitely

[00:10:19] Jeremiah: need to check that out cuz um, like I’m not into Scientology at all, but it would be interesting to like research. .

[00:10:28] Jeremy: I never knew a thing about it until I was a kid and I saw the south park episode about it and they actually, it says right when they’re doing it, like Scientologists, believe all of this when they tell the story and, um, and it’s a hundred percent accurate to what they believe.

Like they, they actually just did a really good job of that. Yeah. I’m gonna have

[00:10:45] Jeremiah: to watch that too, but I’m my personal belief and opinion is that that’s a whole cult and

[00:10:53] Jeremy: oh, uh, yeah. I mean, just one example of someone who got out it and talks about it is Leah Ramini. I mean, I, from, from king of Queens, when she was doing that show, she was in Scientology and paying them a shitload of money to get higher levels.

But then eventually someone made her realize it’s all bull crap. She got out of it.

[00:11:16] Jeremiah: Yeah. It’s like a multi-level marketing scheme.

[00:11:20] Jeremy: Oh, it’s a pyramid scheme. Yeah. A religion all thrown into one. It’s ridiculous.

[00:11:24] Jeremiah: Yeah. I think it’s based off of that guy. That he’s L L Ron hubber. Yeah, he’s just a science fiction writer.

He is nothing special. I know. It’s I don’t get it, but people fall for

[00:11:36] Jeremy: the, well, I mean, that’s just the BA that line right there just describes religion in general. Yeah.

[00:11:42] Jeremiah: but, um, it’s funny, you said something about tactle cuz I never really tell anyone this story, but I guess it’s important for now, but, um, cuz people probably think I’m crazy.

But when I was younger, probably like in high school, maybe ninth, 10th grade, we would always go down to this place called hell’s funnel. It was in like is their Pennsylvania. There was supposedly like this haunted house there and this lady that haunted the house and um, I’m not sure if it’s still there or not, but at the time it was so we went down there and there was like a bridge and there’s a bridge that goes over this Creek to get to this haunted house.

We were parked in my car and I swear on everything that there was a tactle that flew over my car and everyone in the car was like, what the heck was that? It was like bigger than any bird you could ever think of, like wingspan wise. We were like, what the heck was that? Tactle and we kind of joked it off cuz we were young and, and weren’t into this kind of stuff, but just made me think about it.


[00:12:53] Jeremy: that’s actually very interesting. You say that, cuz you said Pennsylvania, right? Yes. I just interviewed the other day, um, launch Strickler he’s a author, he’s written a lot of books about crypted and he’s a investigator and he’s from Pennsylvania and he actually was telling me that he’s done a lot of investigating of uh, flying crypted sightings, including dragons in Pennsylvania.

so tactal are not outta the realm of PO of possibility for Pennsylvania. I mean, all those caves and all those minds in the woods of that state could lead to who knows where? Yeah, it was

[00:13:34] Jeremiah: definitely a wooded area. A small town called Strasberg. If you drove like 10 minutes out from it, there was like all these woods.

Then this place called Hells funnel. I don’t know the real name of it, but that’s what

[00:13:52] Jeremy: we called it. Strasberg. Is that ne is that near the New York border? Uh,

[00:13:59] Jeremiah: no, I think

[00:13:59] Jeremy: Charlesburg oh, okay. I mean, I had friends in college at, lived in Pennsylvania and I went, we went to college like a half hour away from where they lived in New York.

So I just was like, that name sound familiar for some reason. I, I don’t know

[00:14:13] Jeremiah: why. No, this was more inland, but I was just like, oh, okay. I was like, it just made me think of that incident where we were like, what the heck was that? We’re like, there’s no way that was a goose. That was way too big of a shadow going over the

[00:14:27] Jeremy: car.

Yeah, there’s other logical, there’s other real logical possibilities for what it could have been. Cranes and all that, but I don’t like the, I hate playing the skeptic. I hate it. That it’s just not in my nature to be a skeptic to anything paranormal, but on my show, I am the skeptic when I need to be, cuz someone has to be sometimes just to ask the questions to make sure they know what they’re talking about.

But I mean, it’s funny cuz we just, on my other paranormal show I do with two other people, sometimes three other people, uh, global strangeness. That was our episode. We did live this past Friday was McClay and Bebe and other living dinosaurs. Of course we covered tear dactyl and. The Raptors in south America and all that.

The giant snakes that had been seen in Africa.

[00:15:18] Jeremiah: Yeah. Like the Lochness monster. Um, you hear a lot about that obviously, but there’s other creatures.

[00:15:27] Jeremy: We were actually, we’re saving sea monsters in lake monsters for another episode cuz you, you can’t combine those in one episode, that’s just, that’s unfair to lake monsters and, and see to any water monster.

Like they deserve their own special episode cuz there’s so many awesome ones.

[00:15:41] Jeremiah: Yeah. A lot of people wanna like just shoe it off and say it’s all fantasy. But the there’s so much of our ocean that we have not even explored yet.

[00:15:54] Jeremy: I mean, forget the ocean even. I mean look at Lockness or Lockness yeah.

I ha I am actually interviewing next month. A woman named Katie Elizabeth. She is the head of the international Dragonology Alliance. She spends all her time in L at Lochness, trying to catch her footage and some of the pictures that she’s put on Facebook and everything. I see something. I don’t think it’s a freaking log.


[00:16:21] Jeremiah: It’s hard to tell. And, I was just in Peru, on vacation and, uh, we were at lake Titicaca and I know it’s a funny name.

[00:16:32] Jeremy: always, ever since I was a kid, that name still makes me laugh. It’s so

[00:16:35] Jeremiah: funny. But our tour guide, he lived he’s from the one of the islands on the lake. So, he’s been there his whole life and we asked him like, forget your tour guide stuff that they tell you have to say, we’re like, has anything strange happened on this lake?

He went in to say like, yeah, we see all kinds of light and things that I would call UFO. Other stuff like that. They said they even have. Tales of like mermaid type creatures and stuff like that, that he got told from his like grandparents and stuff. So, yeah, you never know.

[00:17:17] Jeremy: Oh, I mean, lake Titicaca, as much as I love the name and it’s, it’s funny, it’s it, it seriously is a huge hotbed, a paranormal activity as it’s well known as a UFO site.

It’s, it’s one of those weird things where, I mean, we still can’t fathom why UFOs are going into water unless they’ve had underground bases or underwater bases, I should say on earth for who knows how long. That’s just where they go when they come to earth to meet with their brethren that stay on earth.

I think, cuz there’s definitely aliens on earth in some kind of way, whether it’s alien spirits that go into humans. Like a couple of the people I talk to in my podcast have said, or if it’s just men in black movie style aliens where they wear disguises.

[00:18:07] Jeremiah: So, um, I guess we’ll switch topic again.

Uh, what’s your whole take on the whole like UFO slash alien alien abduction phenomenon,

[00:18:20] Jeremy: aliens, a hundred percent exist in my mind. Nobody can tell me different. I’ve had many people that have confirmed my belief that aliens exist and they say they talk to aliens, mental, like telepathically, telepathically.

Yeah. That’s psychopathic way but, but yeah, telepathically, they talk to aliens. I mean, I had a star seed to my show and the medium I was telling you about, I interviewed on Thursday, she says that alien energy do come through when she’s talking to spirit sometimes, and she could tell the difference. So, and she’s actually the one who told me that alien energies are, are on earth and they go into people’s bodies and she thinks that people who are just like rude or obnoxious or.

They think they’re better than everybody else. I forget the exact word she used, but it, it, it made a lot more sense with that, but she thinks those are new alien spirits who have, haven’t been on earth that long and are kind of like learning how to act human. She thinks a lot of the famous people on earth throughout the last century, or couple centuries may have been alien spirits in human’s bodies, but they’ve been around long enough to know how to get away with no one thinking they’re weird or annoying.

They have advanced knowledge for be from being from an alien species so they can help us develop new inventions throughout time, which they might have. I mean, I, I read books about, I read books about that idea when I was a child. I mean, if people are thinking about it back in the nineties and they’re still thinking about it, then maybe there’s something to it.

You can’t, it’s one of those things I can’t just throw away the idea of

[00:20:00] Jeremiah: yeah. A lot of. Like people who claim to have been been abducted, they really don’t try to seek fame or fortune, or like a lot of ’em are scared to talk about it or scared to get hypnotized, to like remember their experiences and they just don’t want to deal with it, or they don’t want to be looked at as crazy and

[00:20:24] Jeremy: a hundred, a hundred percent.

I mean, just look at, look at, well, look what happened when Barney and Betty Hill got hypnotized. Look what happened with Travis Walton when he got hypnotized to tell what happened to him. I mean, there’s so many cases out there where these horrible memories come back once you’re hypnotized and you just don’t want to go through it again.

I mean, Barney hill died of a heart attack because he couldn’t get over the memories that the EISM brought back up.

[00:20:53] Jeremiah: Yeah. Their case is very fascinating and. I, I have to say, I believe it a hundred percent cuz all the testing that they did on them and in uh, interrogation and their stories and the HYP hypnosis, like it just, how can you say nothing happened there?

[00:21:13] Jeremy: I mean Betty Hill to her dying day in the nineties, I think she died to her dying day. I mean she was, she was on coast to coast of art bell. She was on all these other crypted call in radio shows and paranormal radio shows that cuz that’s the only place you could find this information back in the nineties and she would call, she would talk to the mall and say that they were telling the a hundred percent honest truth.

She never changed her story as far as I know. So I mean I have to believe them. I mean, Travis Walton, that’s another story. He’s I’ve heard stories by him coming out and like rebuking a lot of the stuff he said earlier, but that could just be because he doesn’t want the attention anymore. I’m not sure.

[00:21:53] Jeremiah: Yeah. There’s certain characters in the like UFO alien abduction scene that rub people the wrong way. like, I think, um, oh, what’s his name? He has glasses and he is kind of slimmer. But anyway,

[00:22:15] Jeremy: uh, off the top of my head, I can’t think of it,

[00:22:17] Jeremiah: but is it Steven Greer or something that sounds familiar.

I forget his name, but yeah, a lot of, I’ve seen a lot of comments where they’re like, oh, I think he’s just out for money. He acts real arrogant and so that’s the

[00:22:32] Jeremy: problem. A anything paranormal it’s like Jerry Springer back in the day, like the usual people with deformities would come on regularly just cuz they wanted the money.

So with anything paranormal people who say they have proof can come on just to keep going on the talk show circuit to get the money they want. They could change their story like five years later, just so they can get more money. I mean, it’s sick. It really is. Cuz people who take this seriously, like you and me are just, we we’re trying to find out the truth and these people are making a mockery of it all.


[00:23:06] Jeremiah: exactly. That’s one thing I like about having this show is I can have people on with different backgrounds, different upbringings and different stories. It kind of just in a space where it’s not like, like you said, being a skeptic or one of those people who just shoot everything down without looking into it.

[00:23:31] Jeremy: yeah, I mean, that’s, that’s, that’s what made me want gay in the paranormal. Podcasting is, cause I heard people like Derek Hayes on monsters among us podcasts. Like he plays all these listener called in stories of paranormal experiences. Sometimes, I mean, he plays a skeptic more than I ever would, but.

He sometimes he’ll try to like point out something obvious then he’s just like, oh, that must be what happened. But a lot of the times he’ll just strip say, I can’t explain that. He’s like, I, anything I could think of is immediately blown away. I can’t explain this at all. Which I like that. That’s what made me wanna be a paranormal podcaster.

Yeah. It

[00:24:08] Jeremiah: definitely has been fun. It’s been fun interviewing people like you and some of the other people that I’ve interviewed and the fact that it can branch off into so many different areas. At the same time, a lot of it can tie in together. So it’s not like, you know, you have to pick one path or the other.

It could be two things that merge into one.

[00:24:35] Jeremy: Yeah. I mean a hundred percent. There’s so many, as I said earlier, there’s so many worm holes. You can go down with paranormal that you could literally sit and talk someone about it for five hours and you’ll look down the clock and be like, oh my God, it’s spend that much time.

[00:24:49] Jeremiah: so doing your show, what’s been like one of your favorite, uh, things that you’ve uncovered or spoke about on there.

[00:24:58] Jeremy: Well, I use this example every time someone asks me this question, but it’s just the truth. Well, first of all, you know, my buddy Glen Ralph, right? Oh yeah.

[00:25:08] Jeremiah: Me and him talk for a while.

[00:25:10] Jeremy: yeah.

Glen Glen’s episode, which is the third episode, I believe of my show or the fourth actually. Yeah. It’s the fourth episode of my show. Synchron synchronicities and fate with Glen Ralph. That his story definitely the threw me for a loop because it’s so it’s paranormal, but it’s so almost plain paranormal, like nothing freaky that it’s just, it’s so believable because why would you make this up?

Like, especially when, I mean, especially when it’s about hit the story he told, which I’m not gonna give way details, but it was about death in his family. You’re not gonna make something like that up about a death, like in your family. That’s just not the way it ha stuff works. But the episode that truly stuck out to me the most, and I always say, this it’s called you mean the devil make three with Christopher Susi.

And, he is a military veteran and he has been a paranormal investigator his whole, since he was a kid, basically. He has had three run-ins with the devil, he believes and nor I’m agnostic. So normally I don’t believe in any religion stuff, at least not too easily. I have to have really have proof or just get a feeling for it.

But his stories about how he’s met the devil and heard the devil. He met the devil three times and one of the times he actually heard the devil and at least that’s what he believes and the way he tells it, I could not help, but believe it, like I could not help, but think he’s not lying. He can’t be.

There’s too much detail in this. Like it just, and he’s not his he’s keeping a straight face the whole time. It’s not like he’s laughing, trying, trying not to laugh when he is telling it. So it’s, it’s, it’s so eerie that it’s fascinates me to this day and it is one of my higher listen to episodes. So apparently a lot of people feel the same way.

[00:27:08] Jeremiah: Yeah. I interviewed a lady, Kathy. I can’t remember her last name. McDaniel, I think. Yeah. Kathy McDaniel. She had a near death experience where she went to hell or a hellish realm. Then after series of events there, she ended up in like a heavenly realm and was shown like a book that had like her life in it, I guess.

It was not completed yet. She wanted to stay in the heavenly realm cuz her friend who had passed away was there, but he told her it’s not her time. Then she came back, uh, and was like, I guess, resuscitated. So that, that was super interesting for me cuz um, I’m really into like the whole near death experience thing and what people

[00:28:02] Jeremy: experience.

I’ve had one N D E I show so far Kefler I put, says name. Okay. You know who I’m talking about? Yeah. Yep. Yeah. He was on my show about a month ago almost. I, I think I have another NDE scheduled, which is why, when you said that name, like I went my messenger real fast to see if I talked to that person.

Cause I’m like, that sounds familiar, but I haven’t, I must have just heard it somewhere else, but I actually did have another guest though, who was, who got a glimpse of hell without dying. She was just in the, she was in the woods as a teenager doing bad stuff. She had a, she had a full glimpse of hell.

Like it was just. The way she describes it and the way she believes things work is just completely different than I ever heard. That’s the one, that’s the one thing I hear the most is on my show is people telling things that I could never imagine, and I could never think of even.

[00:29:01] Jeremiah: Oh yeah, definitely.

Like you said, when they tell the story, well, most of them anyway, or the ones I’ve talked to, uh, you can kind of sense that they at least believe it. It’s not like a made up story. Like even if it isn’t true. Yeah. They believe it wholeheartedly. That’s what they’ve

[00:29:24] Jeremy: experienced. Yeah. That’s, that’s why I love about it.

I mean, that’s why I love talking on video too, cuz I don’t know how Glen does it when he does it on like his phone cuz to me that’s I wanna see the person’s face when they’re telling me these stories so I can see their emotions behind it. Cuz that’s what truly makes me tell right away. If it’s gonna be a great experience listening to this or it’s gonna be a so, so experience.


[00:29:47] Jeremiah: yeah. I always tell people, like, I, it, my podcast is only a audio, but I do video when I record cuz I like, like you to see the other person’s reactions, see their emotions. Um, I interviewed Adrian who claims to have been abducted while she was pregnant. She, um, you know, she was crying at a couple times and I could just tell by looking at her, like she was in pain over this whole, her whole situation.

Uh, she was not to my knowledge. She was not making it up. Cuz why would she put on an act like that and the crying and the, it was like not crocodile tears either was the real deal.

[00:30:39] Jeremy: yeah. I mean I do, I do my show as live now for the last. Uh, basically about a month and a half, almost a month and a half now I’ve been doing him live on para host para post network.

I inter I interviewed AJ Capasso from Coventry circle paranormal, and he has, he has his own show. I forget what it’s called. Oh. Talking with the source. He was so he had so much fun on my show that he got me onto para post network, cuz he wanted me to be on there cuz he thought my podcast to be a great addition to it.

It’s basically just a paranormal network where it’s hundreds of podcasts of paranormal origins that live stream on there. So I live stream three outta the five podcasts I’m on live on there. So it’s it’s cool. I like, I like seeing people comment on stories we’re telling and stuff like that. It gives the guests, it gives the guests more of an, an like more, it gives ’em questions.

Maybe couldn’t think of, so

[00:31:37] Jeremiah: yeah, true. Like a, almost like a question and answer .

[00:31:41] Jeremy: Kind of, I mean, and I really haven’t had any bad commenters yet where there’re like any negative people just coming out there being like, oh, this is bullshit. Like I haven’t had any of that yet. So, I mean, I think that’s partly because it’s a good network to be on.

I mean, anybody can go to the network and watch a video. You don’t have to be a member. You don’t have to be a editor on it to go on it. So anybody can go and watch as many paranormal videos as they want. They’re all saved on there too. So,

[00:32:06] Jeremiah: so I have to ask, cuz it’s one of my like focal things is in your own viewpoint and your own opinion.

What do you think the whole alien abduction thing is about? Like what are they trying to accomplish and stuff like that?

[00:32:26] Jeremy: Uh, I mean, I think at first, like back in the Barney, Betty Hill days, or even back to ancient times, it was more of a experimentation just to figure out what kind of species we are. I think it was all.

Purely extraterrestrial scientific test on us to see what we do. That’s why like with Barney and Betty Hill, they were very interested in the reproductive systems. But since then, I can truly believe to some degree it had to evolve to them, trying to make a hybrid of some kind.

[00:32:55] Jeremiah: Yeah. I think, I think there’s definitely a hybrid program going on now what the end goal is.

Maybe I don’t wanna know

[00:33:05] Jeremy: but I wouldn’t want to cuz I mean the only the end goal is could only really be to infiltrate. I can’t think of another reason they would do it honestly. Cuz why else would you do wanna make hybrids? I mean, do you wanna send ’em back to your planet and just have everybody think they’re freaks or put ’em in a zoo and like an exhibit on your planet.


[00:33:28] Jeremiah: weird. Yeah. Either that or they wanna wipe us out eventually and repopulate with these hybrids.

[00:33:35] Jeremy: It may have race started.

[00:33:36] Jeremiah: Yeah. Maybe. Then also, uh, I’m almost positive that aliens or what we call aliens are in cahoots with our governments. oh,

[00:33:49] Jeremy: I mean, since I believe since ancient times they’ve been dealing with pharaohs and Kings and leaders of wherever they, wherever the local nations called their leaders.

They’ve been dealing with ’em since ancient times. Cuz, I that’s all the Egyptian gods, all the Greek gods, all the Aztec gods. I mean, I think they’re all, I think if not all, if, if not all, most are aliens and they just, that’s why the Egyptian gods looked like animals cuz they were a certain race alien.

That’s why the Aztec gods looked like different set of animals, which is maybe been the same species. But that’s why the Greek gods looked human because they were, they were north aliens. If no one knows what they are. North aliens are aliens that look like Swedish or

[00:34:38] Jeremiah: Finland, Indian people.

Yeah. The Nordic aliens. Um, yeah. Yeah. I definitely think that, like you said, that gods of old might have been aliens or like the hybrid of whatever they were doing. Cuz I heard a lot of theories about the pharaohs of Egypt were actually like hybrids of aliens and people

[00:35:02] Jeremy: make, I mean, would make sense and I mean, hell even assassin creed, put that into their game play because they understand it’s such of like a very close theory to what could have happened.

I, it just makes sense and it completely makes sense. I forget where I, oh, I mean, and if you move forward to like, even when Eisenhower was president the Valiant Thor incident where supposedly an alien named Valiant Thor who was a Nordic alien. Weeks and months in the Pentagon, in the white house with Eisenhower, right.

When we were starting to get big into nuclear power and nuclear arms, and they, and he was trying to talk Eisenhower outta using them ever, because it’s, he said, you’re gonna lead yourself. You lead your world down a road. You can’t come back from. I believe Eisenhower’s daughter even came out years later and said, this is all true.

I’ve met. I met this Valiant to, it was all true.

[00:35:59] Jeremiah: Yeah. There’s definitely something with the UFOs and like nuclear plants and UFOs at war time. I think there’s even a book called like UFOs at war time. So, they definitely seem to have, you know, an interest in our combative nature and

[00:36:21] Jeremy: well, cuz we’re hanging into space soon.

We already have heading into space supposedly and we’re hanging into space soon again. Ma I’m guaranteeing, they’re concerned. This little dirtball planet. If they get to space with these weapons, they’re just not gonna destroy their own planet. They’re gonna destroy our plants too, if we make ’em mad.

[00:36:41] Jeremiah: Yeah. I’ve also had her theory, um, that Mars used to be inhabited and that there’s a possibility that some of us humans actually descend from there and that they actually wiped out their planet. Our planet is like the new planet.

[00:37:02] Jeremy: yeah. I mean, I’ve seen that meme on Facebook that says like AONE Eve came from Mars.

They were last two people while of a dying race. But I mean, I definitely believe Mars once was inhabited. I mean, even recently they had that picture of what looked like a wild boar on Mars, which I don’t know how true that picture was, but it could have just been a shadow of something else it could have been, but Mars definitely wasn inhabited.

At one point it had to be, I mean, The structures that we see in the pictures of it are man are creature made. They’re not made naturally they’re not natural made structures. I mean, there’s no way.

[00:37:40] Jeremiah: Yeah. Plus you see the evidence of like, uh, rivers and, uh, ocean beds and stuff like that. So at some point it had to have had water on it.

[00:37:52] Jeremy: yeah. I mean, the aliens that live there could have all evacuated, cuz they could have been more scientifically advanced and they could be some of the ones that still visit earth because maybe they stay on another planet closest to Mars that they could live on. Or, there is some of them on earth and there has been since prior to the beginning of time and they just, maybe they’re the geniuses of our planet.

Like maybe they’re the Socrates and the Platos and the gang cons, even the bad people too. I mean, maybe they’re just all these important people and they are more intelligent than the people at their time that they live. So maybe that’s why they can be in control and. Help or destroy.

[00:38:32] Jeremiah: Yeah. Cuz I’ve definitely heard that there’s like different factions of aliens and like some are good.

Some are bad, kinda like how some people are good, some are bad and uh, sorting it all out. But

[00:38:48] Jeremy: funny enough, not one person that I talk to about aliens has ever said that they think the reptilians are good.

[00:38:55] Jeremiah: Yeah. That seems to be a common thing that the reptilians are bad that they’re like are elites or whatever.

Like the people behind the politicians

[00:39:09] Jeremy: yeah. I mean hype. See, I don’t, I can’t just full out believe in the whole reptilian society thing and that they’re everywhere and they’re just trying to take over earth. I can’t believe in that. Just can’t. Can believe in a what, like. N w O or something like that.

Like some order of POL where all the politicians meet and they decide what’s gonna happen to the planet. I can believe that before I could believe reptil in society.

[00:39:42] Jeremiah: Yeah. It’s a hard one to, to like follow, I guess but I just remember hearing it like way back. I think David Hoke was the one who really pushed to say that like all our world leaders are reptilians and ,

[00:39:57] Jeremy: I mean, they could all be free masons or some other group like that.

They could easily be in a group where they track it, tour everything. They’re really friends, even though it seems like they’re enemies, but I just can’t believe the reptilian theory. I, I like to, but I can’t, it’s just, it’s too unrealistic. Somebody would have some proof by now. I mean, it’s been hundreds of years since someone first, like hypothesized that theory.

um, yeah, you

[00:40:27] Jeremiah: think there’d be some type of leak picture or leak something?

[00:40:31] Jeremy: Yeah. I mean, at least that’s why I think. I can’t.

[00:40:38] Jeremiah: So what do you think about the whole hollow earth theory that there’s like inner earths

[00:40:44] Jeremy: well, see that goes back to the McClay McKen bay and living dinosaurs theory.

Cause hollow earth. Can I believe in it? Yeah, I can give it some credence, maybe. I mean, I believe hollow earth a hell a lot more than I believe in flat earth, but hollow earth. I mean, the way I look at it is the whole east coast is full of cave systems. So is the west coast and these caves are endless. I mean, native Americans used to say as part of a pilgrimage, they would go through thousands of miles of these caves to prove their Manliness.

They would. Hunt, these creatures that didn’t live on the surface. So could there possibly be a hollow earth with like a Savage land for Marvel or like a land of a loss type thing in it? Maybe, maybe I don’t wanna say no. It would explain a lot of the weird creatures we see such as living dinosaurs and rakes or pale crawls, wherever you want to call them.

It could be how Bigfoot’s high. It could be where all these creatures could be coming from. I mean, I like how they described it in like the king Kong Godzilla theory. Antarctica also could be like a Savage land really. They could have got that Marvel comics could have came up with that.

Cuz maybe they heard it from someone in the government. It’s just the whole, there’s just too much. There’s reasons why nobody can go to Antarctica without a permit. Yeah.

[00:42:22] Jeremiah: I know the flat earth people. That, uh, whole thing where you’re not allowed to go to Antarctica without a permit, but like you said, maybe that isn’t because of flat earth, maybe it’s because they’re hiding that there’s an inner earth or some type of like cave system, like you said, that they know about, but they don’t want us to know.

[00:42:46] Jeremy: I mean, Willie mammoths have been seen in Russia Siberia for the last hundred years or every so often. So if you, if we’re seeing Willie man, Willie mammoths, I mean, who knows? I mean, they’ve been seen for the last hundred years, like, and it’s recent stuff too, where people see what they believe is a boy mammoth walking through a freaking plane.

Where could it have come from if it’s not a hollow earth theory? Cuz we wouldn’t noticed if there were still boy mammoth walking around. I’m pretty sure. Yeah. You

[00:43:17] Jeremiah: would think so. Also you hear ancient stories of like. an ant people coming and like taking people underground when there was like a cataclysm going on or like meteor shower.

So who knows, maybe that’s true. Then maybe there’s like an ant people underground. But

[00:43:39] Jeremy: I have heard theories about that. Like sparsely, it’s not a highly talked about subject anymore. I mean, but it’s the same thing as like the Loveland frog and how people have seen like frog, frog, men, lizard men, which I mean, yes, people do when they think lizard men, they immediately go to reptilian, but I’m, I think more like Kurt Connors lizard from Spider-Man when I think of that, but cuz that’s basically what they said.

It looked like the kid who saw it read comic books and he says, that’s what it looked like. But there’s all these creatures based on different animals. I mean there’s goat men, which were Saders as they were called thousands of years ago. There’s all these dog men and all these different creatures.

Which either they’re coming out out of from an underground society somewhere that we don’t know about the entrances to, or the people that do find it are the missing four 11, because they don’t come back or it, or they are all ultra terrestrial and they’re coming through dimensional rifts, and then they disappear just as fast as they come in.

[00:44:42] Jeremiah: Yeah. You, I guess we’ll never really know, but , it’s fun to fun to theorize and, and look into

[00:44:52] Jeremy: it is I love doing it on a show, man. I love doing it on my show. It’s always fun to theorize, but that is the hardest part about being a paranormal fan is you can, you’re never really gonna get answers. If I get answers to any of these questions in my lifetime, I would be shocked and amazed.

[00:45:10] Jeremiah: Well, what kind of shocks me is recently our government has been releasing UFO files and. saying that like, yeah, UFOs are real. We don’t know what the heck they are. Although, I think they really do know what they are, but

[00:45:27] Jeremy: oh, they do. They do the videos they release were just a distraction from COVID.

Yeah. That’s all. They were just anytime the government wants to all of a sudden tell you something that they known about for years, it’s just a distraction. They’re they’re, they’re, they’re doing slight of hand magic. That’s all they’re doing. I mean, thetic tech, UFO video and all that. Yeah. It’s awesome.

They released it. But guess what? There’s plenty of videos like that and YouTube already. Why does the government need to all of a sudden release this when most Americans who wanna believe in it do believe in it. Yeah.

[00:46:00] Jeremiah: Like you said, I think it’s a distraction and I think they use that to divert your attention.

Like, oh, inflation’s really high. Look over here. We got UFOs or COVID and yeah.

[00:46:15] Jeremy: I mean the next big, the next. Crisis America has all of a sudden, they’re gonna say, oh, here’s a video, but real Bigfoot. Yeah. We knew we’d known about it for about a hundred years, but we’re just keeping it a secret. So you guys don’t worry about it.


[00:46:30] Jeremiah: there’s definitely, I like looking into the Bigfoot phenomenon too, and I want to believe like a Fox molder. I want to believe

[00:46:42] Jeremy: oh, Fox molder is my hero. I mean, I I’m the same way I wanna believe cuz Bigfoot is just, there’s too much evidence for it. Not to be real. I mean the Olympic project out in the west coast of, I believe it’s Oregon like or Washington, I forget what state is, but I’m pretty sure it’s Washington, but small town monsters literally found Bigfoot nests there or what they believe to be Bigfoot nest than there’s so much proof out of that one little section.

That you know, there’s proof in other places there has to be. Yeah.

[00:47:20] Jeremiah: Um, you, that video, that famous video, I forget what it’s called. It’s escaped my brain, but oh, um, the one where it’s walking by the

[00:47:30] Jeremy: Creek, I know is that, um, I can’t remember, but that, but that’s,

[00:47:39] Jeremiah: it’s gonna annoy me now. but I was talking with a Bigfoot researcher and they were breaking it down and then, um, he’s not alive anymore, but Lloyd pie really got into it.

He has a lecture. You can watch it on, um, YouTube, but yeah, he breaks down the video and he is like, there’s no way. This is a fake

[00:47:59] Jeremy: pat Patterson, Gimlin film. Yes. That one I had to Google it. It was just gonna piss me off if I didn’t,

[00:48:06] Jeremiah: but yeah, like a film like that, like, and like I said, the guy broke it down and was like, there’s no way that this is a fake film.

[00:48:16] Jeremy: Yeah, it’s not, I mean, I’ve heard, I don’t think it’s Gimlin. I think it’s Patterson, but there was actually four guys there that day. Not just the two, those were just the two came forward with the video at first. But I believe I heard Patterson in an interview before he died. I mean, people have tr the two other men who are not named, they both try to come out later and say that, oh, we, yeah, we, we put on a gorilla suit, but then I think they got caught lying in a lie detector test later about it.

I mean, it’s just that video was too damn convincing. Cause I’ve seen it remastered into like 4k and everything else too. It’s it’s still too convincing to be fake. Yeah, for sure. Plus some of the stories I’ve heard about Bigfoot encounters. Yeah. Some of them could easily be fake the ones where you just see it walking up a hill or something from a long, a long distance away.

Yeah. You could be making that up, but. I literally heard a story on mantras among us about a man who fell out of a tree blind and was he broke his back basically. He was picked up and breastfed by a female Bigfoot while a male Bigfoot was in the background, hooting and hollering at the female to get outta there before the humans come.

Oh, wow. I mean, we assume that’s what, what he was saying. I mean, obviously it’s big F Bruns and whatnot, so you can’t really tell, but

[00:49:39] Jeremiah: yeah, I never heard of that one. I’ll have to look that one up.

[00:49:42] Jeremy: Oh. If, if I can remember what season episode it was, I would tell you, but I’ve, it’s on a bunch of them cuz he’s played it over and over again for different guests.

That’ve come on for like rewinds and everything. Cuz it’s just, it’s such a fascinating story. It’s from a guy named Mack that lives down in south America, south of the United States somewhere. I forget what state is. I wanna say Georgia or Alabama, but I mean it’s and the funniest thing is he said that the big foot milk was the w worst tasting thing.

He ever taste

[00:50:10] Jeremiah: in his life. yeah, there was another guy. I forget where he was from. I wanted to say California, but I could be wrong. He, he was like an older guy and he said that he came across a big foot and they like actually captured him and brought him to their like camp or whatever. Was able to escape.

Um, I can’t remember how he escaped, but it was kind of comical. Um, he ended up escaping and like, he wasn’t, he didn’t run off to go get like famous or like brag about it. He was just like a simple man that lived in a trailer out in the rural area. That story really like piqued my attention

[00:50:57] Jeremy: to, I think I’ve heard that story.

Was he dragged away in like a sack kind of by them? Yeah. Or, or he was in, or, or no, he was like in a sleeping bag or something and they just grabbed the sleeping bag and took it. With him. Yeah. I think

[00:51:12] Jeremiah: when he was out hunting or something.

[00:51:14] Jeremy: Yeah. I, I have heard that story. Don’t, I believe it’s on multiple different podcasts.

Heard about it, but it’s a, it’s a very convincing story too, as well. Cuz I mean, there’s also the whole bride of the woods theories that like Bigfoot actually takes female humans to meet with.

[00:51:32] Jeremiah: It could,

[00:51:33] Jeremy: yeah. I mean, I don’t know how much, but there have been women who came out and said like I was a bride to big boy and it’s not just in like those crummy, uh, dollar newspapers.

They used to sell gas stations back in the nineties and two thousands.

[00:51:49] Jeremiah: yeah. They’re kind of like forced into to doing it.

[00:51:55] Jeremy: well, if a big foot want you to do that, I don’t think you’re gonna have much of an option. They’re gonna, they can overpower anybody. So I don’t think you’re gonna have much, you could be a 400 pound human and a big foot will still overpower you.

So yeah. Good luck to you. That’s all I can say.

[00:52:11] Jeremiah: Yeah. So my personal belief for Bigfoot is that they are leftover hoed. So like there’s different kind of like when you see that chart of all the monkeys and then it turns into a human, um,

[00:52:24] Jeremy: yeah. The evolution

[00:52:25] Jeremiah: chart. Yeah. Yeah. I think they’re like a separate branch of, you know, how you see all those skeletons of like, oh, this is Lucy, this is Australian pit, the scene or whatever.

Yeah. Yeah. I think that if Bigfoot is real, then I think it’s just a, a descendant of some hoed that actually is still surviving and the deep woods and, uh, mountainous areas.

[00:52:54] Jeremy: I truly believe it is possibly gigantic OUS. Did say it right that time. Yay. but I truly believe it is that’s that to me has always been the most logical explanation for Bigfoot.

If, if they thought human, if they thought homo sapiens killed out this group, maybe they just got better at hiding from humans because they didn’t wanna get killed. There’s even stories of native Americans trading with Harry humans. They called them. Yeah.

[00:53:25] Jeremiah: You get stories elsewhere. I think, um, I’m probably gonna get it wrong, but I think it was the Philippines or something, or maybe it was somewhere else, somewhere where the people don’t have a lot of body hair and they have stories of, you know, beings with a lot of hair that are like hoed, OID.

[00:53:49] Jeremy: Sorry. It could have been the Philippines. I’m, there’s a lot of different Asian countries where they, there are Bigfoot variants. I mean, there are, I posted this to my paranormal than a normal Facebook group about a month ago, but it was just AER with. Eight or nine different Bigfoot style faces on it, but it’s all the country.

It’s what it’s, what’s Bigfoot is supposed to look like in all the different countries that people I see. I mean, the yawe in Australia, the Yeti and the Himalayas. I hate the word bomb snowman. Cuz everybody thinks the freaking Rudolph cartoon. Oh yeah. but I mean, and uh, the little ones in China, I forget what they’re called now.

[00:54:35] Jeremiah: Yeah. I know what you’re talking about. I can’t think of the name though. Yeah. I, uh, YAG something. What’d you say? I think you might, I think they’re like the YAG or something like

[00:54:48] Jeremy: that. No, the Goway is a, uh, I believe that’s a south American thing. Oh, maybe I, I could be, I could be wrong though, but I forget what they’re called, but they’re like little mini bigfoots.

They look like E walks almost. .

[00:55:04] Jeremiah: But yeah, but yeah, there could be different, um, variations, different subspecies, I guess, than cause obviously they’re living in different climates, different areas, just like people. So, I

[00:55:16] Jeremy: mean, according to, I believe it was either the Japanese or the African Bigfoot looks like a baboon.

It has a face like a baboon. So same as human beings. If we did evolve from primates, which I always tend to believe that cuz Darwin made more sense than religion to me always. But if that is true, then why wouldn’t the Bigfoot evolve the same way based on where it lives. Cuz we evolved with different skin cars and traits to survive where we lived.


[00:55:47] Jeremiah: yeah, it would only make sense that they’re the same.


[00:55:49] Jeremy: mean, scientifically speaking it has to, if they, if they do exist, which I believe they

[00:55:54] Jeremiah: do. So, um, for your podcast, what’s like a, um, guest or topic that. Hope to get at some point, like kind of like a, one of your top ones that you want to talk about.

[00:56:11] Jeremy: Well, I actually am interviewing mark Maki from small town monsters this week, and anybody from small town monsters, he was definitely like, they were, they were right in top of my list of trying to get on my show and mark MACU ISS. The one I got on, I found on Twitter and I was able to get him to agree to come on and I’m hoping through him.

I can get Heather and Seth too, but, and I hopefully will be having Derek Hayes from monsters among us in August as well. Which that would be amazing. Cuz the man that got me back into the paranormal after gang for a few years, like I would love to have him in my show and just run things through his head.

But other than that, I mean, I, I would love to get like an actual dog man sighting person and I would love to. I mean I’ve yet to have a big foot sighting on my show and that’s something I so want is a big foot. I’ve had a couple people who said, they’re gonna recommend people who they know who have seen Bigfoot, but I get to have any of those leads come through.

I mean, a lot of stuff in my show so far has been more tele path, like medium psychic world type stuff, and a lot of religious stuff like seeing God and seeing angels like, like Kell’s story. But so I, I mean, yes, launch Strickler has investigated dog men settings as well. Pennsylvania, apparently it’s a big phenomenon in Pennsylvania, which I knew that already, but, and actually that, that, that is the last person I would love to get is the people who started the north American Dogman website.

Cuz I don’t know if you’ve ever been on there, but the map they have of sightings will make the skin in the back, your neck stand up. If, if 75% of those sayings are. Then, which I believe they are, then that’s scary that there’s, that made Dogman out there. It’s still an undiscovered thing. Yeah.

[00:58:08] Jeremiah: There’s a map that I saw recently of the United States that, um, it shows like specs on the map of all the missing people.

Then another map that shows all the cave systems and it like matches like perfect. I love

[00:58:26] Jeremy: that map. That map to me is just happiness. Cuz it brings the hollow earth theory, like right.

[00:58:32] Jeremiah: To mind with that. Yeah. I just thought of it when you said the map of the

[00:58:35] Jeremy: Dogman. Yeah. I love, I’ve seen that map a few times on Facebook and Twitter and I, every time I see it, I was like, this makes sense.

[00:58:44] Jeremiah: Yes all right. So, uh, if people wanna find you, where can they find you and your podcast and everything?

[00:58:54] Jeremy: Well, as IRA said, um, paranormal than normal Facebook group. I post every podcast I’m on there. Whether it’s a show, I’m a host co-host on. Or if it’s a show I guessed on such as what if they’re wrong, that when this episode comes out, it’ll be post there as well.

I, I am on bracket bastards to pop culture, tournament, podcast, paranormal, normal, my main paranormal podcast. I’m on maniacal music, musics, a album challenging podcast that me and one of my friends do. I’m on TBA. It’s a topical news podcast and I’m on global strangeness, which is a weekly dis paranormal discussion podcast with myself and two or three others and three outta five of those live stream on para post network.

So if you join para post network or follow them, then you’ll see when I’m releasing VI. When, when of my podcasts are coming out too, cuz I always advertise my videos at least a couple days before, if not a week.

[00:59:59] Jeremiah: all right. That sounds great. I’ll, uh, put your links in the show notes when this airs and that way people can find you easily.

Appreciate it. Well, thank you for coming on and speaking with us. We covered a lot of ground, a lot of different topics, and always fun to talk about for me, cuz there’s so much to dive into so much to uncover and look at

[01:00:26] Jeremy: oh, a hundred percent and I’ll have to get you on my show sometime too. So we can, uh, do the, all the ones on my paranormal creature list that I, that we didn’t even touch on.

there’s so much, there’s so much paranormal stuff. You can never run out conversation. That’s why I love it. Yeah. Sounds good.