THE DARK and disturbing stories we’ve seen in the news in 2012–for example, more than a dozen incidents in the U.S. alone of crazed, naked assailants trying to eat their… Read more »
HOW ARE we supposed to make sense of the senseless? The shootings at the premiere of the new Batman movie in Aurora, Colorado is shocking, but sadly not unique. How… Read more »
AT LEAST 11 police officers around the U.S. have been shot since Sunday. Some law enforcement officials believe that officers are being targeted. Also: Obama officials caught lying about WikiLeaks;… Read more »
TWO YEARS ago, a BBC cameraman caught a bizarre scene on tape: twin 40-year-old sisters from Sweden walking along the shoulder of the M6 motorway who deliberately ran into traffic… Read more »
STUDIES SUGGEST that lucid dreams where we control the action are on the rise. Are we actually dreaming more vividly more often, or are researchers just taking note more often? … Read more »
FIRST, AN important announcement about the West Coast Conference on the Paranormal: Sheila Broughton has decided to cancel the conference rather than risk things not coming together the way they… Read more »
AFTER YEARS of research and writing, Russ Dizdar’s long awaited book The Black Awakening is due for release. While this may cover old ground for long-time P.I.D. Radio listeners, we think it’s good to revisit his work, which puts a human face on the supernatural war we’re in — whether we realize it or want to accept it.
NO, HEARING voices definitely isn’t a good sign. After learning about the horrific story of Angelo Mendoza, the man who’s accused of biting out the eyes of his 4-year-old son, we noticed a low-level meme running through the news: literally dozens of stories in recent weeks about crimes from murder to rape to arson to suicide allegedly committed by people who claim to hear voices. Our belief is that at least some of these people really are hearing voices, and those voices aren’t coming from beings loyal to God.