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Paranormal Prep

A documentary, culture, society, science, fiction, education podcast from Joshua Karabatsos

From a very early age I have had paranormal encounters of all types…

My name is Josh, my entire life I have had inexplainable experiences involving the paranormal. I have set out and created an investigation and research team to study and teach about the paranormal and supernatural.

We have to start at the beginning and understand the roots and foundations of what makes a haunting and why ghostly encounters are possible.

We will compare and analyze equipment, theories, personal investigations, encounters and anything else we run into. With the paranormal and supernatural anything is possible.

So sit back, grab a drink, and lets talk about that haunted house of yours.

This is, Paranormal Prep!

“Now let’s go hunt those things that go bump in the night.”

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