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|Posted: 27/May/2009 at 8:32pm | IP Logged
|Wednesday’s at 10pm PST: Pat Wheelock and Brian Patton, clearly two of the most obnoxious fat guys on radio today. If they’re not busy picking on each other, they’re picking on the guests and listeners. Their honesty is blunt and very abrupt and if they don’t have an answer to your question, they’ll admit it and do their best to find the real answer. A rude awakening from other paranormal talk shows.
This Wednesday (May 27th): on the Pat and Brian Show: The Fat Duo will discuss the BIM Team's appearance on "New York Goes To Work - Ghost Hunter" on VH1. At 10:30, Eddie Benitez joins P&B for the latest update on his experiences, concert info, etc... And P&B discuss a very interesting email from "mental health blogradio's Jacqueline Forman" and what appears to be a money scam... You won't want to miss this show. It's all here on K-BIM Paranormal Talk Radio: "The Pat and Brian Show"!!! www.beyondinvestigation.com
Listen in to a wide variety of paranormal, horror, psychic and bringing back some of those Old Time Radio Shows from the 30’s, 40’s, 50’s and so on that scared so many. Also being added, Conspiracy Theory corner and the CT Market Watch, and bringing back the horror film greats ( Vincent Price, Borris Karloff, etc…).
source: FPRWant to learn why the paranormal shows on TV are fake? Want to learn what the equipment they use in REALLY capable of doing? Want to know how to pick out the fakery? Listen to K-BIM Paranormal Talk Radio (featuring music from Midnight Syndicate and legendary latin jazz guitarist Eddie Benitez).
“The Pat and Brian Show” crosses the line in so many ways. They are referred to as the “Bad Boys of Paranormal Talk Radio”, Pat and Brian turn the learning process into slapstick hilarity. You won’t even realize you’ve learned something until your done laughing and the abdominal soreness fades. Pat and Brian from Beyond Investigation Magazine (www.beyondinvestigation.com) and K-BIM Paranormal Talk Radio/HVRN. The BIM Team is known to be brutally honest in their investigation process, and possibly the first to broadcast their investigations with live video and audio years ago, the team maintains a highly technical background. Beyond Investigation Magazine started out as a printed magazine and has since changed formats to DVD to include video, audio and full imaging to its readers. www.beyondinvestigation.com
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