Space Out Radio: It’s Freaky and Creepy and Will Make You Think
Paranormal media has become big business. From blogs and podcasts to video and radio channels, paranormal groups from all corners of the world are flooding the internet with programming, often ignoring quality and content in favor of calling themselves broadcasters. Amid the rehashed topics and “ums” and “ahs” of inexperience can be found Spaced Out Radio. With its polished sound and fresh take on both old and new ideas, Spaced Out Radio looms large over the competition.
Spaced Out Radio’s founder and week night host Dave Scott brings 10 years of experience as a Vancouver sports broadcaster to a genre often lacking in media or communications professionals. His expertise at seamlessly guiding topics and guests keeps the show fresh and easy to listen to. Add to this his personal UFO and paranormal experiences and the show feels like an open and accepting discussion among friends.
The audience drawn to Spaced Out Radio is smart and Dave does not pander to them. Understanding that they are listening to hear his guests more than him, he allows them to relate their experiences while probing for the forgotten and overlooked details, creating compelling narratives of life changing events. Avoiding the fear mongering of much of the alternative media and expecting the credibility and honesty often lost by main stream outlets, Dave treats his topics and guests with a respect and integrity typically not given to ideas often considered “fringe”.
While Spaced Out Radio is available to download, it is not a podcast and the live interaction and emotional connections between Dave, his guests and the audience are important components of every show. Each listener becomes part of the family. Some, like a Missouri Department of Corrections employee, tune in to remind themselves that there are people who suffer like they do. Some listen to hear scary tales in the middle of the night and others tune in searching for knowledge of the unknown and misunderstood. Drop in to the SOR Space Travellers group on Facebook and you will find yourself joining a unique pool of listeners like Gail, Joe and Claudia, contributing comments that propel the show in fun and interesting directions while never losing sight of the original topic.
Spaced Out Radio can be found on many streaming services but the best way to listen is through their website, www.SpacedOutRadio.com. Here you can find news from the paranormal world, file a report of your own experience as well as read blogs from Dave Scott and other members of the Spaced Out Radio team. Sign up to become a member of the Space Traveller Club to get access to exclusive newsletters, features and guest interviews that just might answer the question “Are you experienced?”