Saturday 20 February 2021
Tonight's guest was filmmaker
Legends of the Heartland: The Life and Crimes of Return Ward,
asked how Christopher how he got into the paranormal;
as with so many of us, he's been fascinated in the paranormal and cryptids such as Bigfoot, since he was a child.
Once out of high school he started investigations almost to the point of obsession.
He's caught some EVPs on investigations they'd not anticipated.
He's to the point he knows it exists; now he wants to know how it works.
Ceiling Cat Barbara Duncan
wondered whether heaven, hell, and our corporeal plane of earth may all be the Same Thing.
Working at whether paranormal activity exists in the microwave level, Christopher wondered whether audio voices may be heard within the head rather via the ear.
pointed out my having
a ghost whispering in my ear,
The Kitchen Ghost
as well as seeing ghost investigation videos in which investigators would hear a voice even the cameras were picking up.
CC spoke of an article or scientists being able to converse with people
while they sleep,
in their dream state.
He also spoke about the
which is quite haunted; regular people from outside would see whispy figures pacing in the diner.
We discussed Christopher's
Legends of the Heartland
video project, to which he has two other segments to be made.
Return Ward was a brutal man, unpredictable in his behaviour.
He married his wife Olive only after a few days.
The two fought constantly; she left him, returning only to retrieve personal items, but he struck her upside the head with an iron, and just stood there watching her bleed out for fifteen minutes.
During his unsettling confession he rather clinitically admitted to how he cut up his wife's body, almost as though he was simply describing how to field-dress a deer carcass.
His neighbours began to suspect foul play, based on his past behaviour, the black smoke from his chimney-stove
(and the smell of cooking meal);
outside in small doses he would drop bits of ash
(and ground up bones).
Ward also killed a man for his large amount of money, and then Ward framed a set of brothers for the crime, as the brothers were known to be burglars.
While technically clever, he did make one error that was his undoing.
With all the negativity, murders, and stress of the cover-ups, it was obvious such would create such an entheric imprint in the building.
CC reported tonight our having listeners in the US, England, Australia, and Canada.
After the break, Henry had Christopher discuss the second and third parts of the documentary series.
Christopher is certain Ward is still hanging around, that Olive is also there, running from Ward.
He works with
that he doesn't consider a psychic as much as an Intuitive; she can sense specifics such as smelling perfume, etc.
He and his group are focused on investigating Smaller Lesser Known places, such as
as one never knows how quickly some places could be demolished.
We closed with Christopher conveying that they're working on a
Legends of the Heartland
for local PBS.