Remember the Dybbuk Box? Famed director Sam Raimi (the Spiderman movies, the Hudsucker Proxy) is developing a film based on the story of the Dybbuk Box, we?­re revisiting the whole disturbing and fascinating story. So listen as the original and current owners compare notes on the effects of this demon-haunted artifact from prewar Poland. What’s trapped in the Dybbuk Box…and what might happen if it gets out Then Linda Howe reveals evidence that the small metallic particles often found in crop circles have some very strange properties indeed.

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A marvelous interview with Fred Alan Wolf, the star of “What the Bleep do We Know” about–guess what–time travel! The first question he asks Fred comes from Fred’s book ‘Dr. Quantum’s Little Book of Big Ideas’ where he says that work on memory can lead to remembering not only the past but the future. Whit asks him, “Explain that.” And the show takes off like a rocket! Don’t miss a word. Then Linda on the incredible, explosive crop circle season unfolding in the UK.

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William Henry and Stephen Mehler interview Egyptian Ab Del Hakim Awyan, whose family has retained priestly knowledge from the time of ancient Egypt. Then Linda Howe finds out about a series of extremely strange satellite photographs from document expert Ryan Wood.

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Fresh from his epic legal battle with Dan Brown, author Michael Baigent (Holy Blood, Holy Grail) tells the story of the Jesus Papers, the outcome of years of research into the many secret archives that he gained access to as a result of writing Holy Blood, Holy Grail. The show leads off with a completely unexpected discovery that Linda Howe has made: there is a researcher who has found indications near the ruins of Babylon that a great wooden ship once came to rest there, in a region that in Biblical times was called Ararat.

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