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Steve Ward: The Van Meter Visitor Festival

Coming August 14th 8pm eastern

Steve Ward has been fascinated by the unexplained for over half a century. There were two major events that inspired his interest in the unexplained.

Growing up in Michigan, the March 1966 UFO flap occurred virtually in his backyard.

The following November a winged humanoid chased two couples down a lonely country road near Point Pleasant, West Virginia. The legend of the Mothman was born.

Steve would be chasing the Mothman the rest of his life. Influenced primarily by John Keel and Jacques Vallee, his views on UFOs became unconventional and moved more toward a more paranormal explanation.

Steve’s main area of research is, what some call “high strangeness” or “window areas” (as Keel dubbed them) where disparate types of paranormal phenomena all seem to occur in the same location, and he believes that studying these paranormally active locations may be the key to understanding what the origin behind these manifestations are.

He has his own podcast on this same Network called The High Strangeness Factor.

He is also coauthoring a book which will be called, “Parallels and Patterns: A New Paradigm for the Study of Paranormal Phenomena.

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