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Afraid of Nothing Review

Just recently I had the opportunity to watch a new documentary film called Afraid of Nothing.

Created by independent filmmaker Robert Heske, Afraid of Nothing explores life and the afterlife through the eyes of a Shaman, Astronomer, Ghost hunter, Psychic, Past Life Regressionist, a Witch and other individuals. It had its world premier back in February at the Boston Sci-Fi Film Festival.

The documentary is produced and filmed in a way in which it lets you make up your own mind in what you think in regards to life, the afterlife and the paranormal.

The people in the film tell their stories and share their beliefs in a way that it is not biased, unlike other similar documentaries and TV shows which quite often are. These are simply real people sharing their stories and experiences in what they do.

One thing I really liked about this documentary is that with it including people from different backgrounds it gives different explanations to the paranormal and afterlife, from a spiritual side to a scientific point of view.

Afraid of Nothing is good documentary film, its different from many other paranormal tv/film documentaries as it presents different real life facts and leaves it up to the viewer decided in what that want to believe.

I really hope this film gets to become available on a TV network, but for now if you see it advertised at a film or sci-fi festival I would recommend you take time out to watch it.

You can find more information on Afraid of Nothing on the films Facebook page

*I was invited to watch Afraid of Nothing. This review is of my own thoughts and opinion.

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TV with no plug turns itself on inside an abandoned military building

Shocking footage captured a TV allegedly turning itself on in a powerless derelict house that once belonged to a serviceman.

Zenith Chien, a self-proclaimed seeker of paranormal activities often streams his adventures on Facebook under the online persona Yao Yao.

However, in his latest video, Zenith got more than he bargained for while exploring the home of a former Republic of China military man.

His late-night adventures took him to an abandoned residence in Daliao District on 29th September in Taiwan’s southwestern port city of Kaohsiung, where there is a large concentration of military dependents’ villages.

Mr Chien’s live stream, which lasted over 27 minutes, shows him exploring one of the homes last occupied by the widowed owner who herself passed away in 2016.

Most of the house’s furniture, appliances and even kitchen utensils had been left in their places.

He then comes across a switched-on TV, but it soon gets very creepy.

“F**k! Why is the TV on? No, really? Why did the TV turn on by itself? It turned on by itself.

“How is there even electricity in a place like this? There is no electricity!” he says, testing the light switches.

After walking over to the TV, he realises the plug to the has been removed.

The spooky happenings quickly heard Zenith saying: “Sorry, sir.

“You watch your TV. I’m leaving.”

He then ends the live stream by announcing: “That’s it. That’s all for today.”

How the television managed to turn on by itself despite the apparent lack of power is still a mystery.

Mr Chien said the incident severely traumatised him and left him with unusual red-eye for several hours.

He said he went to pray at his local temple after the scare.

The villages known in Chinese as ‘juancun’ were built by the Republic of China military in the late 1940s and 1950s as provisional housing for members of the armed forces and their dependents following defeat to Chairman Mao’s Red Army and the nationalist government’s retreat to the island in 1949.

As many of the former servicemen have now died, their former homes remain abandoned and often neglected by their descendants who see no value in maintaining the properties.

Source: Daily Star

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Levitating stones near the crystal mine were filmed on camera

A small private quartz crystal mine called Board Camp Crystal Mine is located in Arkansas, near the town of Mena Where Levitating stones were captured on camera

It was opened in 2008, and work on the extraction of quartz in it began in 2012. The owner of the mine is Orville Murphy, who lives in the city of Mena with his wife Cherill.

Everything went fine, but in 2017, strange things began to happen in the mine and next to it, which Murphy himself and his workers and visitors to the mine noticed – there are also guided tours.

Mostly, strange flashes of light were noticed, but there were reports of incomprehensible shadows and even about UFOs.

Quartz from Murphy's Cave Levitating stones
Levitating stones

Murphy decided to install a CCTV camera at the entrance to the mine, which reacted to the movement and took pictures every time something moved in the frame. And the camera captured something truly extraordinary.

The first inclusion of the camera recorded a stone hanging not very high above the ground, an ordinary stone that in many lay on the ground near the mine. The second inclusion of the camera occurred at the moment when this stone finally fell to the ground.

Quartz from Murphy's Cave Levitating stones
Levitating stones

And then it got even weirder, whence a bright light started to flash from above and it was so intense that at some point the camera simply could not stand it and stopped working.

When Murphy uploaded the video to the network, he was interested in ufologists from the organization MUFON. They even decided to come to the Murphy mine and personally inspect everything there. For their sake, Murphy closed the mine for a while and all work stopped there.

“They told us that our video falls under 3% of real evidence of something unusual, while 97% of all messages that come to them on the site, as a rule, have neither photos nor video confirmations,” Murphy said.

It should also be answered that Orville Murphy is a Catholic believer and was disturbed by unusual occurrences in the mine. He was afraid to be ridiculed or ostracized by local residents only for the assumption that his mine attracted aliens or ghosts.

Therefore, since 2017, Murphy has “sunk to the bottom.” His mine works as before, but now the owner avoids any talk of paranormal phenomena as if nothing had happened here.

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Award Winning ‘The Witching Hour’ to premiere on Manhattan Neighbourhood Network

Just in time for the Halloween season, Argos Paranormal is proud to announce that its award-winning series The Witching Hour will be airing for a new audience in Manhattan, New York, through the Manhattan Neighborhood Network’s  Lifestyle Channel (FIOS 34, RCN 83, and Spectrum 56 & 1996) on Wednesday, September 25, at 12:30 am EST.

Among other things, The Manhattan Neighborhood Network is known for distributing The Chris Gethard Show before it was picked up by truTV in 2017.

With new episodes of The Witching Hour being released on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday’s of every month, viewers will have the opportunity to experience what goes on during the most active part of the night at some of the East Coast’s most haunted locations.

The Witching Hour is an award-winning series which goes where no other paranormal show has gone before as the investigators of Argos Paranormal investigate the locations that the locals fear and no other paranormal show has ever dared to investigate.

These investigators will be pushing themselves to their max limits as they investigate locations at around 3 am, also known as the witching hour when paranormal activity is believed to be at an all-time high during the night.  The show was also recognized as the Best Non-Fiction Series during the 10th Annual Indie Series Awards.

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Argos Paranormal consists of a team of investigators, primarily based in Northern Virginia, with a background in media and journalism with the knowledge and experience in the occult and paranormal to help individuals discover whether or not their location is the site of paranormal anomalies.

Their collective background in media has provided them with the experience to use the proper AV equipment during their investigations while their knowledge in investigative journalism enables them to analyze their evidence from a perspective of proof and logic.

Their services include investigating small private residences to commercial sites while using the latest tools in the paranormal community to help them collect empirical data to help individuals figure out what goes bump at night.

Find The Witching Hour Online:
Website: www.argosparanormal.com/witchinghour
Facebook: Facebook.com/ArgosParanormal
Instagram: www.instagram.com/argosparanormal
Twitter: @ArgosParanormal
YouTube: www.youtube.com/argosparanormal

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