SOMETIMES WE come across stories that seem important and connected, but we just can’t get our minds completely around them. Try these on for size. Lord James of Blackheath, whom… Read more »
THE MOST compelling news item of the week was the indictment of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky on charges that he sexually abused boys as young as… Read more »
13 CRYSTAL skulls were brought to New York City for an “activation gathering” on 10/10/10, just three days before the daytime UFO sighting over the Big Apple. The UFOs may… Read more »
CERN SCIENTISTS now admit that they hope the Large Hadron Collider will help them discover extra dimensions and parallel universes. If they can find the one with the Krispy Kreme… Read more »
ANOTHER DISTURBING story from Chandler, Arizona (which is right next to Gilbert): following last week’s news of a decapitation murder comes the story of a man who was stabbed by… Read more »
A WEEK doesn’t go by without a new lurid crime playing around the clock on the 24-hour cable news channels. So many of them involve children, like the Phillip Garrido alleged kidnapping of Jaycee Dugard, or Melissa Huckaby, who allegedly raped and killed 8-year-old Sandra Cantu.
William H. Kennedy has been researching occult and satanic crime since his days as at San Francisco State University, and he joined us to try to help us make sense of an insane world.
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.