Science is Hard Even on a Hollow Earth

In 1947, the esteemed Admiral Richard Byrd (yes, the guy from your History book) returned from Antarctica and was told by the government not to discuss what he saw.

And what does Byrd say that he saw?

Byrd said he was transported to the center of the earth by UFOs and he encountered the civilization of Agartha. He met The Master and he was told that the Hollow Earth people were interested in what we were doing on the surface of the earth.

Sounds a little incredible?

That’s just one of the theories we discussed this week on TCKP. We also looked at the possibility of multi-universes. It would help explain why NASA isn’t seeing more UFOs in outer space. Maybe these craft are jumping from one dimension to another. Something to think about if you’re a searcher.

It doesn’t matter if you believe or not, it’s fun to explore and that’s what Jenni and I did this week. That’s what’s we do every week on the podcast.

Tomorrow, March 5th, we start a fun month of paranormal murders. We’re calling this month Murder March and we’re starting it off with murders by inanimate objects. Yep, that’s right. We’re discussing cursed objects that may cause deaths. Jenni is discussing the infamous Annabelle doll and Karen (me) is talking about the Busby Stoop Chair or the Dead Man’s Chair. Both of these items are in museums today but both have a creepy history. You’re not going to want to miss this episode.

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