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I like mysteries. I like ones that are eventually solved and those not yet solved. I prefer real life mysteries but do enjoy a good fictional one now and again. However to feed my love of real life ones I listen to many podcasts and these are among those that answer that interest.
Jim Harold’s podcasts often are mysteries without answers. Were as The Mystery Show answers life’s little mysteries that are often not so little to answer.
The Paranormal Podcast by Jim Harold – I have listened to this podcast since 2008. I enjoy how Jim allows his guests to tell their point of view. Sure many times neither Jim nor I buy it but often they do give us points to ponder. He takes on things from all aspects of the paranormal from ghosts to UFOs to aliens to time travel to conspiracies to demons and angels. It is here I met some in this field I enjoy hearing interviewed from Nick Redfern to Linda Godfrey. If you have an interest in these types of things and are open to hearing many points of view explain themselves then this is a podcast for you.
Jim Harold’s Campfire True Ghost Stories – Due to my enjoyment of Jim’s orginal podcast above I’ve listened to this one since it debuted and suscribe to his pay podcasts since that started. Here is a call in show where people tell their personal tales of their brushes with the strange. I even called in with one of mine. It’s truly like sitting by the campfire and exchanging experiences. Sure some might call in with stories they made up but some will be real brushes with the strange. Either way they are short and enjoyable making many walk of mine pass quickly.
Mystery Show – This show tackles those odd life mysteries all of us have. One is a belt buckle found on the street by the person when they were a child returned to the original owner. Another is what happened to that video store where one day a woman rented the video and the next when she went to return it, it was gone. Or the writer who had a poorly selling book spots a celebrity carrying it in a paprazzi photo and wonders how they got it and if they read it. Yes all these mysteries are solved. At times she goes to extra ordinary efforts to answer the questions but in the end the answers are found. While I enjoy the answers I think I enjoy the journey to the answer much more. If you want solved mysteries of the everyday kind – this one is for you.