mainly friends of my mom's,
thought that I had this gift
because of these dreams I'd have.
I only had a couple,
a couple that
turned out to be prophetic.
One was about the church where I grew up, and
I had this dream about
this lady at the church that was in the choir.
I didn't know her.
She was older, maybe,
- 10 years older than my mom. - And how old were you?
I think I was eight.
this lady, Miss Louise,
is what we all
was standing at the front of the church, and
another lady came out from behind the door at the front,
and they looked almost like twins.
And they hugged each other,
and then I woke up.
I didn't think anything of it, but I told my mom about it.
And then a few days later, I remember the doorbell ringing,
and I remember my mom calling out for me
and asking me to come downstairs, and I came downstairs,
and Miss Louise was there at the door crying.
she hugged me,
and all she could say was thank you.
And she left.
My mom had told her over the phone about the dream,
and on hearing it, she came over immediately.
Like she put the phone down and drove over.
It, um, it turned out that
Louise's sister, who lived in Florida,
had recently died of cancer.
Was it her twin?
- No. - Still, wow.
And do you still have those dreams now?
When did they stop?
Well, after that one, I started telling my mom
and other people all my dreams, but,
only a couple meant anything to anybody,
and nothing was quite like that first one, so.
At some point, I just stopped
telling people about them.
And did you have other experiences with the
paranormal before joining the team?
I had questions.
If you're just tuning in, my guest is Sheila Garvin,
formerly of Smoky Mountain Paranormal Research.
Sheila, how can folks reach you
if they want you to do an investigation?
Well, I'm between teams right now,
so they could reach out to my old team, or
I guess they could email me.
My email is S- H- E- L- I- AGarvin@yahoo.com.
Would you consider yourself a believer,
or a skeptic?
I don't know.
I don't know what I am.
Today I'll be talking about the country of Denmark.
There are over 180 days of rain in Denmark every year.
That's every other day.
Famous Danes, or as I like
to call them, Great Danes,
include Hans Christian Anderson and Niels Bohr.
Denmark also has one of the largest proportions
of Nobel Prize winners in the world.
They also have...
- What's wrong? - No, it's...
Those are really interesting facts.
But it's supposed to focus on
one key thing about the country.
Yeah, I couldn't really decide on what to do.
So, I thought this would be more interesting.
It's probably fine.
You, you go.
For my presentation on Japan,
I will be discussing the Japanese tea ceremony.
Though, no one thing could possibly summarize
a nation or it's people,
particularly one with such a rich history,
the tea ceremony speaks to values
that have been a part of Japan for centuries.
- It's a tea set. - Yeah, it's cute.
Sorry, that, that's awesome.
The tea ceremony takes place in a chashitsu,
which is a tea room.
Guests are asked to enter a door
which is about half the size of a regular door,
allowing them to kneel into the room inspiring humility,
bringing everyone to an equal level.
Today, my guest is paranormal investigator
- Sheila Garvin. - Hi.
- You know one of the things... - Owen?
I love about this show
is all the different types of people I get to talk to.
It doesn't sound like he's frightened by what's happening,
but my advice hasn't been comforting him.
I think the worst part for him
is he doesn't know if he's imagining things or not.
Like I said, I am between groups right now.
No, I understand.
So, should I reach out to the group you were working with?
Do you think this is for real?
Well, I think it's definitely real for him.
I mean, I, I guess I can talk to anyone.
This is Richard's phone number, email, and address.
Well, I'll see if I can help.
Thank you, again.
Can I ask
do you believe in ghosts?