A FAMILY TORMENTED BY PARANORMAL ACTIVITY TAKES A POSITIVE STEP
Episode Six - The McCauley family was victim to spirits that inhabited their
home for years. But worse than the pain of this ghostly torment was the lack of
support they found in family and friends, so they started VOPPS (Victims of
Paranormal Phenomena Support) so that others like them could discuss their
experiences in a non-judgmental environment; after being struck by lightening
in 1970, one man developed amazing powers of remote viewing which he now uses
to assist the military in locating missing persons and downed aircraft; Robert
Morning Sky's final lecture was the most important of his life. He told of how
his grandfather and five other Hopi youths nursed an extraterrestrial back to
health and in return were given the hidden history of mankind. He believes the
Hopi people have a special connection with the "celestial beings" and that what
they have been taught can help our entire planet; Frank Bender has a very
special, albeit unwanted, gift. He can see the faces of victims of horrible
crimes and re-create them in clay. He uses his abilities to help the police
solve missing persons cases, and although this volunteer work helps give peace
to many families, this is a gift that Frank wishes he did not have; Betty Hill,
the most famous UFO abductee, finally goes public with her film of UFOs flying
above her house. Although she knows the UFO abduction phenomena to be very
real, in her new book she states that most claims are false and are merely the
fantasies of the alleged abductees. This episode of "The Paranormal Bordertine"
will air TUESDAY, April 16 (9,00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT) on UPN.
TOWARD HEALING THEIR EMOTIONAL SCARS, AND A HOPI INDIAN
PROFESSOR REVEALS THE LINK BETWEEN HIS PEOPLE AND
EXTRATERRESTRIALS ON "THE PARANORMAL BORDERLINE"
AIRING TUESDAY APRIL 16 (9:00-10:00 P.M. ET/PT) ON UPN
Jonathan Frakes ("Star Trek: The Next Generation") hosts.