Thursday, May 27, 2010

Binnall & O'Conner on The Other Side of Truth

In the summer of 2007 I was visited here in Nova Scotia by my friend Tim Binnall, host of the Binnall of America podcast. While he was here, we took the opportunity to attend the annual Explore Oak Island Days festival / conference on the province’s south shore, near the legendary island of alleged buried treasure. Tim and I pitched a tent at a nearby campground, hung out, drank a lot of beer (and I mean a lot), and talked about all sorts of esoteric and paranormal subjects. I had a DV camera with me to conduct some interviews and film some lectures at the conference, and one afternoon when we had nothing better to do, I decided to ask Tim a few questions. I’ve included that exchange in this episode, as well as a couple of excerpts from an interview I conducted with Oak Island researcher D’Arcy O’Connor, who wrote The Secret Treasure of Oak Island: The Amazing True Story of a Centuries-Old Treasure Hunt.

Paul Kimball

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Greg Bishop on The Other Side of Truth podcast

Early in the morning on May 26, 2010, I recorded this interview with my good friend Greg Bishop. In a true “coast to coast” episode (I was in Halifax, on the east coast of Canada, and Greg was in Los Angeles), we discussed remote viewing, including Greg’s own experience back in the 1990s, the paranormal in general, free thinking, skepticism, Carl Sagan and the way that science can inspire, and the “thought box” that we have allowed ourselves to be put in (I refer to it as “intellectual suicide”). I think we also managed at least one reference to baseball as well.

All this, and so much more… only on The Other Side of Truth!

Paul Kimball