Author Archives: sharonkgilbert

Best of P.I.D. Radio: David Duncan — The New World Order Scam

WE HAVE company again in the bunker tonight and we spent the evening watching the Nicolas Cage movie Knowing. Sharon will have a review posted tomorrow. So we take the opportunity to bring back an archived interview that’s been offline for a couple of years. In December of 2005, we interviewed David Duncan about his belief that Christians were being set up by various groups to take the fall for most of what’s wrong with America, and thus the world. He called his theory the biggest double cross in all of history, “The New World Order Scam”.

VFTB: Taylor Kent — Christians and Conspiracy Theories

OUR SHOW tonight was recorded live Thursday, July 23, for Taylor Kent’s Snark Infested Waters podcast. Taylor is a fan of comics, graphic novels, games, and science fiction, and we’ve… Read more »

Best of P.I.D. Radio: Peter Goodgame — The Kabbalah and the Divine Council

BACK INTO the archives for a show that felt at least somewhat timely because of the opening audio clip. Last night, Paul and Phillip Collins referred to Nancy Pelosi’s use… Read more »

Best of P.I.D. Radio: Guy Malone — Roswell, UFOs, and End Times

AS DEREK recuperates from his strained back by applying heat, anti-inflammatory drugs, and muscle relaxants, we dig into the archives for a timely interview with our man in Roswell, New… Read more »

VFTB: Jason Offutt — Darkness Walks: The Shadow People Among Us

HAVE you ever wondered about those disturbing waking dreams in which you’re sure someone is in your room, someone who means to hurt you, and you’re paralyzed, unable to even call for help? Or have you seen something indistinct but person-shaped, possibly wearing a hat, that appears and disappears through solid objects like doors and walls?

Jason Offutt, author of Darkness Walks: The Shadow People Among Us, has seen them, too. He presents an easy-to-read analysis of the possible scientific, supernatural, and theological explanations for these ghostly apparitions.

P.I.D Radio 7/2/09: 2012 Minus 1260

FROM the director of The Day After Tomorrow and Independence Day comes 2012, a film about the end of the world in — you guessed it — 2012. If nothing else, those clever Mayans have provided fodder for another big-screen depiction of global CGI devastation.

Interestingly, back up 1,260 days — 3-1/2 years — from 12/21/12 and you arrive at July 10, 2009, which was the original release date for 2012.