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Occult Detectives - who are they and what do they do?
Jason Hawes & JV Johnson talk with spiritual counselor Judika Illes about her recent book - a compilation of stories featuring occult detectives. In addition we explore her work in witchcraft, and paranormal studies. 11/28/2017 - Beyond Reality Radio with Jason Hawes & JV Johnson
Communicating with the dead using the "Ghost Box"
Jason Hawes & JV Johnson talk with Christopher & Paulette Moon about their succes using the "Ghost Box" to communicate with the deceased. The device, also known as the "Frank's Box" has been controversial among paranormal investigators. 10/20/2017 - Beyond reality Radio with Jason Hawes & JV Johnson
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Tickets hard to come by for inauguration, presidential balls
because of that I get two tickets to the swearing-in, but nothing else," Barker said. "Our party has three members on the RNC , they get two tickets to everything; ball, parade, the swearing-in." To get the most sought-after tickets a person
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John Kasich Suspends His Presidential Campaign
Kasich and Ted Cruz, the Texas senator who ended his own presidential bid last night. The chairman of the Republican National Committee , Reince Priebus, said in a tweet last night that Trump will be the “presumptive” GOP nominee. Kasich
John Kasich Expected to Suspend Campaign Later Wednesday
defeating Kasich and rival Ted Cruz, who ended his own presidential bid Tuesday night. The chairman of the Republican National Committee , Reince Priebus, declared in a tweet last night that Trump will be the “presumptive” GOP nominee
RNC Delegate Candidates Campaign Hard, Spend Big to Get Elected
iStock/Thinkstock (WASHINGTON) -- In Tuesday’s Pennsylvania primary, Donald Trump wasn’t the only candidate whose ground game helped him win big. Several of the state’s 54 newly-elected unbound delegates staged their own elaborate campaign operations in the hopes of paving their way to what is expected to be a historic Republican convention in Cleveland in July. Pennsylvania's huge heap of unbound delegates is the biggest in the country. At a contested convention, these 54 people could make or break the nomination process for the next leader of the free world. Jim Worthington, a Trump supporter and newly-elected delegate from Pennsylvania’s 8th congressional district, said he spent more than $30,000 of his own money on his delegate campaign. “At no point did I have a budget,” said Worthington, who owns and runs a health club and lifestyle center. “We just kept thinking of things to do to get my name more out there.” Worthington used his company’s marketing department to help him ...