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- April 07, 2017
Vance Nesbitt and Jennifer Ann join me to talk about a multitude of oddities.
I finally get a chance to talk to Vance about the highly strange encounter which included identical twins, and a disappearing school bus…just outside the Fermilab in Illinois, things seen by Jenn’s 3 year old daughter in their own home, Puckwudgies, where some of our favorite nursery rhymes come from and the dark truth behind them, apocalyptic situations, chosen haunt locations, dragons, and other random goodness.
Vance’s original call into the Skype Hotline can be heard on: iTF Auxiliary 14 Out of Place
Hear Jenn’s episode: iTF 48 Stranger Things in Oregon
Vance’s Acrylic Ranch Facebook Group
Beyond the Darkness with Dave Schrader and Tim Dennis
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