Stephen Ellis: Explaining the Unexplained + Zombie Media Pandemic Cohost Jeff Mudgett

Published on June 3, 2012 by   ·   No Comments Church Of Mabus: Stephen Ellis Explaining the Unexplained +Zombie Media Pandemic Update Killer H.H. Holmes Cohost Jeff Mudgett
  Hosted by Jeffery Pritchett and Jeff Mudgett “Stephen Ellis’ search for answers to unexplained things began in 1…979. While visiting San Francisco, one night an image of a girl appeared before him in his room…a girl he later found out had been murdered in that room one month earlier. Shaking-off the natural tendency to disbelieve what he saw, Ellis began to research material on “ghosts”. He found that many people had ghostly experiences, but none had logical explanations for them. Ellis began to find that valid explanations existed, but had often been concealed by those seeking personal gain or distorted by some religious dogma. Explaining the Unexplained offers a no nonsense look at questions concerning reincarnation to ESP to ghosts. Ellis offers realistic answers to questions and events that, until now, have lacked rational explanation. Explaining the Unexplained investigates the world’s most captivating mysteries and supports its views with strong, empirical and circumstantial evidence. If you’re looking for answers, this book is a “must read.” Stephen Ellis is currently serving his fourth four-year term of office as a Referee for the Superior Court of California. He currently holds the following higher education degrees: B.A. – L.I.U.; M.A. – L.I.U. J.D. – Blackstone. Ellis has written columns for numerous newspapers including, without limitation, Daily News (L.A.) “One Teacher’s Voice”; Herald Tribune (L.A.) “The Ellis Commentary”; Daily Observer (L.A.) Just Ain’t So”. His articles have appeared in newspapers in California, New York, Ft. Lauderdale and Miami. You can purchase Explaining the Unexplained at Jeff Mudgett is the Author of Bloodstains is the startling tale of one man’s search for the truth after inheriting the personal diaries belonging to his great-great-grandfather who he discovers was America’s first and most notorious serial killer Herman Webster Mudgett. Better known by his alias H.H. Holmes.

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