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"There's a war raging between good and evil. Rev. Shawn Whittington and Ghost-b-gone have been fighting the good fight for over 40 years. The time has come to make a choice. Choose to tune in to Vegas Supernatural. Learn how to be on the right side and fight that battle"!

Join Shawn Whittington as he explores the supernatural every Monday at 5 PM PST | 8 PM EST. With Shawn's many years in the field as well as his contacts within the paranormal this will be two hours of great digital radio. Join Shawn as well as his guests Monday night at 5 PM PST | 8 PM EST. Vegas Supernatural the new standard for paranormal radio!

Shawn Whittington         

Rev. Shawn Whittington is a devout Catholic and an Ordained Exorcism-Deliverance Minister. His wife Sharon is a certified Stephen Minister through her Lutheran faith, a near death experience survivor and a Sensitive/ Intuitive. They both are survivors of extreme demonic attacks. They are a husband/ wife ghostbusting team with 40 years combined experience. The team is fully equipped to perform a thorough paranormal investigation if needed. But, Ghost-B-Gone strives to go one step further than just ghost hunting. We specialize in getting rid of that extra unwanted guest in your home.

Ghost-B-Gone has helped many Las Vegas families over the years get their lives and their homes back. Trouble of a paranormal nature can be quite disturbing, and unless you have gone through it yourself, you can't quite know what it is like. Therefore, all inquiries are confidential, and we do not charge for our services, but donations are welcome to cover out of pocket expenses. To reach us here, go to our contact us page, e-mail or fill in your information, or feel free to call us at (702) 416-6288.

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February 19, 2018
Nancy Garcia Tumbleweed
Indian Grounds Paranormal Research 

NDN Grounds Paranormal Research was created by Founder Nancy Garcia who wanted to bring a Native American perspective to Paranormal Investigations. Our research is to find the foundation in keeping a balance with the spirit world and the living , As a Native friend once said we walk in” their” world. With this in mind we have a continuation of the historical willingness to respect our ancestor’s burial grounds and to help the aspects of “haunting” whether they are apparitions, spiritual attachments or residual energy. In our ways we share common ground with the living and dead and in our investigations we try and find balance to a situation that can be beneficial; to others in understanding of coexisting in both worlds as one , as we say “all my relations” , We are not here to exaggerate our identity but have a strong foundation to the way we approach situations from our cultural teachings. We understand that paranormal investigation can be dangerous endeavors and don’t want to provoke or disrespect the land and the ones who walked here before us.. We both have taken part in other investigation with other groups and have found that sometimes it is better to be with the familiar ways we share as natives. By doing it this way it lessens the egos and ban wagon ghost hunters and thrill seekers, therefore we are able to get down to what really matters, helping and understanding only comes to those who are quiet and listen.

“I cannot think that we are useless or God would not have created us. There is one God looking down on us all. We are all the children of one God. The sun, the darkness, the winds are all listening to what we have to say .” Geronimo .

February 26, 2018
Lopaka Kapanui   

Lopaka Kapanui is a native Hawaiian storyteller, writer, actor, kumu hula, cultural practitioner, former professional wrestler, husband, father and grandpa. Sometimes known as "The Ghost Guy," Lopaka makes a business of leading guests into some of the darkest, spookiest places on the island of 'O'ahu.

Lopaka Kapanui, Mysteries of Hawai'i, Oahu's Original Ghost Tours Born and raised on 'O'ahu and spending his childhood summers on Hawai'i Island and visiting Maui frequently with his family, Lopaka grew up hearing all the old legends and ghost stories from his kupuna, his elders.

His family’s legends, history, customs and protocol were passed down to Lopaka in the traditional Hawaiian way, through mo'olelo, from mouth to ear, sitting at the foot of his Mom and his Aunty as they related the lessons to him. He learned of the night marchers who only appeared during a particular moon phase. He learned why it is important to never share food with anyone while walking through a haunted place. He also learned the significance of the proper prayers to offer in ceremonial blessings, to enter or leave a sacred place, to ask for protection or forgiveness, or before gathering greenery in depths of a Hawaiian forest, and the importance of intent. Additionally, he was taught that the responsibility which would come with what he was going to inherit would have to, one day, be passed down within his own family.

"E mau ana ka 'ike," was what his mother and aunt would always say at the end of each lesson, "The knowledge must continue."

In March 1994, Lopaka followed a friend's recommendation and went on a ghost tour with famed historian and author of "Obake Files" and the "Chicken Skin" ghost story series, Glen Grant. At the time, he had no idea that he was about to meet his future mentor. Lopaka quickly realized that the stories that Glen told were the same tales of legends and history that his own kupuna shared with him.

Glen was the original creator of 'O'ahu's first ghost tours, setting the stage for the future of all other ghost tours in Hawai'i. Glen was adamant about researching every story, every fact and instilled this ethic in Lopaka as well, accepting nothing less than excellence.

"If I make a mistake or get something wrong, it's not that bad because I'm 'haole.' People expect me to make mistakes," Glen said, "But you, Lopaka... you're Hawaiian, you're from here and you're not allowed to make those same mistakes."

After Glen's passing in 2003, Lopaka carried on the business at The Haunt for a short time and then created his own tour business, first as Ghosts of Old Honolulu as a tribute to Glen and then Mysteries of Honolulu. It is through Mysteries of Honolulu that Lopaka followed in the footsteps of his close friend and mentor and honors the man who meant so much to him.

Inspired by Glen's constant encouragement to do more and be more, Lopaka began writing, chronicling the supernatural experiences of himself and others. Lopaka's business transitioned into Mysteries of Hawai'i, expanding his storytelling and tours to the neighbor islands, encompassing the legends and mystery of this island state.

After acquiring the trade name Chicken Skin, Lopaka, along with his wife and business partner, Tanya, look to share the legacy of Hawai'i on an even greater level.

Having been in the storytelling business for more than 20 years, hundreds of people have come forward to share their own stories with Lopaka as well, making him a repository of sorts for some of our islands' spookiest tales.

Sharing more than just Hawaiian ghost stories, Lopaka shares his knowledge of the history and legends of 'O'ahu and Hawai'i.


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