With Covid 19 quashing any plans we had this year, paranormal conventions have shifted online. We have had to adapt to new ways to deliver and receive information from our peers. While there are a few conventions out there, I decided to record a talk I had prepared almost 3 years ago for a Paracon event that was canceled at the last minute. I did eventually get to deliver a modified version on the talk in a smaller setting, however I was going to revive this talk at another convention this year. Covid 19 said no way and of course that convention was also canceled. I am starting to think I am not meant to talk at conventions as they keep getting canceled!
Anyway I have recorded the talk for YouTube and I plan to do a lot more. I am still getting my head around how to do things so the videos will only get better as time goes on and my nerves won't get the better of me.
Anyway sit back, grab a drink and here is a paranormal talk just for you! The best part is there are no flights, accommodation or entry charges. It is all free!
There is only so much I can cram into a 45 minute video, remember talks are designed to go for around 45 minutes with 15 mins for Q & A so there was a lot of ground to cover. If you want to learn more about the experiments and theories I have spoken about in a lot more detail, you can check out these articles:
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