On this episode of THE Q.PSIENCE PROJECT, Penn State research writer MATT SWAYNE returns to the show to discuss his new book, Haunted World War II: Soldier Spirits, Ghost Planes & Strange Synchronicities, lending a critical eye to the European and Pacific theaters as well as historic locations in the US where the spirits of the dead are unable—or unwilling—to let the past go.
From accounts of wizards and witches in England casting spells to hold the Germans at bay, Dion Fortune and the Fraternity of the Inner Light working magic in support of the Allies, and Aleister Crowley waging a psychic campaign to capture high-ranking Nazi, Rudolf Hess, this book offers a journalistic window into the high strangeness and haunted aftermath of the most devastating clash of nations in living history.
In the last segment of the broadcast, DR. MICHAEL LENNOX stops in to resume his quarterly Astrology updates
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ABOUT MATT SWAYNE. Matthew L. Swayne(State College, PA) is a journalist who currently works as a research writer at Penn State. Matt has worked as a reporter and as a music reviewer for several newspapers and online outlets, such as CentreDaily.com and Music.com. He was a regular contributor to the recently revitalized version of Omni Magazine, called Omni Reboot. He writes the Anti-Matter column, which looks at fringe science and the paranormal, for the online magazine. He has also worked on writing projects with Paranormal State's Eilfie Music. Balancing skepticism with an open mind, Matt uses his experience in journalism and interest in both ghostlore and the paranormal to collect and tell stories about the supernatural.