Have of spectrophilic Valentine’s Day?

From Jeff Topper & Dan Piraro, Link: http:/

After appearing in the TV pilot Ghostly Lovers on The Travel Channel on February 11, 2011, a friend and writer for the entertainment industry, Jeffrey Topper, was wondering how these three women on the show are celebrating Valentine’s Day?

Did any of these women receive apported (matter paranormally appearing out of nowhere) flowers or candy?  If they did and subsequently eat said candy, did they gain weight from it?

As comical as these questions appear, they are not without merit, as most spectrophilic cases encompass far more paranormal phenomena than sexual contact.  My book Aliens Above, Ghosts Below: Explorations of the Unknown, delves into a number of these cases wherein the amount of experienced paranormal activity is often of high magnitude and frequency.

The question here is what exactly is affecting these women? Is it truly a disembodied personality or might it be something even stranger? I have received many calls and emails asking how men could contact the three women appearing on the show, and it motivated Jeffrey to suggest that they could be found on “Ghost”    Have a happy Valentine’s Day whoever and whatever you really are.





By Dr. Barry Taff

Dr. Barry Taff, who holds a doctorate in psychophysiology with a minor in biomedical engineering, worked as a research associate at UCLAs former parapsychology laboratory from 1969 through 1978. During his 41-year career, Dr. Taff has investigated more than 4,000 cases of ghosts, hauntings, poltergeists, and he has conducted extensive studies in telepathy and precognition which led to the development of the original protocols and methodologies for what was later coined remote-viewing. He is the author of Aliens Above, Ghosts Below.

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