Pop Odyssey Radio to interview Psychic Remote Viewer Aaron C. Hanson
Airs Tuesday night October 4th, 2011 at 9:15PM EST on Pop Odyssey Radio Network streaming live at http://popodysseyradio.com/.
October 4, 2011 21:15 EST - Join hosts R. Gary Patterson and Stephen Wren with their guest Psychic Aaron C. Hanson for an in-depth analysis on the year of the Serpent Bearer (2012). The Presidential elections of 2012 will also be discussed along with the world economy and what could emerge from this quagmire, non-local communications, and the evolutionary influence of viruses.
ABOUT Pop Odyssey Radio (Hosts Stephen Wren & R. Gary Patterson) - If you’re one of those talk radio enthusiasts that enjoys listening to the strange and unusual, take a moment and check out Pop Odyssey Radio with hosts R. Gary Patterson and Stephen Wren. Every Tuesday and Thursday night Patterson and Wren broadcast another live segment, bringing to their listeners an array of fascinating and compelling topics in the areas of the paranormal, rock and roll, pop culture, and general entertainment. Many of these shows dig into the unsolved side of stories and they rehash the events and bring on special guests and celebrity icons to interview as they explore and investigate for themselves the fact and fiction behind some of pop culture’s most famous cases. With such a wide variety of topics and discussions, one thing is for sure: there’s never a dull moment at Pop Odyssey Radio if you have an interest in any of the related subjects. Pop Odyssey Radio airs live at 8p Central, 9p Eastern, and 2a GMT and may be accessed at www.popodysseyradio.com. Airing Monday & Thursday Nights 11e/10c/8p!
ABOUT R. Gary Patterson – Host R. Gary Patterson is no stranger to the microphone. In addition to being an accomplished author of three books through Simon and Schuster, he serves as the regular “go to” guy in everything rock and roll related on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory. He’s appeared on a vast number of international radio shows in the US, Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom. His face is commonly seen on US television in segments of E! Doomed to Die: 13 Curses and on VH1 Confidential where he was not only speaking as an authority on the subjects, but he also served as a consultant for the television networks.
ABOUT Stephen Wren - Host Stephen Wren has authored a couple of fiction books on the subjects of pirates and the paranormal. He served as the producer for another paranormal radio network in the US for four years and he also founded the organization TN Paranormal. With his background in radio and paranormal, Wren commonly sets up the shows on Pop Odyssey that explore the areas of the unknown, famous haunts, demonology, and much more.
ABOUT Aaron C. Hanson - Aaron is the psychic and remote viewer who was featured on the TV Documentary, “In Search Of…”(remake), in the episode on Psychic Spies. Aaron demonstrated that he could precisely locate a person at a remote location using only his remote viewing skills. He has been featured on such television shows as “SOS” of TV Asahi in Japan, mainstream radio broadcasts such as Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell, George Noory, and others. He was filmed in a major motion picture “Suspect Zero” where he also served as technical assistant. Since then he has been investing using his psychic talent with a higher degree of documented success.
Aaron has done multiple radio broadcasts, and keeps a popular blog on his Facebook, Myspace, and Live Journal pages. You can also contact him on Twitter and various other popular websites where he occasionally reveals winning lottery numbers for specific areas of the world. His most shocking lottery success was posted on November 5th, 2008 for President Obama’s home state of Illinois marking his first in a series of postings. Aaron predicted 666 as this number and in fact, that was the winning number! Aaron's recent documented success with three digit lottery systems in Japan (Tokyo), Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New York is simply unmatched by any other psychic.
“Clearly, there can be no such thing as precognition but with access to non-historical systems of information, there exists the possibility of influence.”
-Aaron C. Hanson
Credit to Pop Odyssey Radio Network for content contributions.