Heather Woodward reviews Hellier, a 5-part documentary about goblins in Kentucky. Also, she talks about her opinions on paranormal investigating, psychics and tarot.
From the Hellier Website:
In 2012, Greg Newkirk received an email from a man calling himself David Christie, who claimed that he and his family were being terrorized by unearthly creatures by night. After exchanging emails, David disappeared. For the next five years, the case only got stranger, as more connections and mysterious emails came in.
In 2016, Following three weeks of synchronicities spawned by a podcast episode about Greg’s Kentucky Goblins story, Karl Pfeiffer went into pre-production on Hellier, hoping to follow up on the cliffhanger of the initial story. After pulling together a team and all the “pro-sumer” camera equipment he had available, the team traveled to rural Kentucky, not knowing what they would uncover, or how deep they would discover the case might go.
Here we are, a year after the initial expedition. Hundreds of hours went into the post-production process, and we’re finally ready to unveil the months of hard work and dedication to you, at no charge:
Here, we have the formal first expedition to Hellier, Kentucky, and the full story of the strangeness that changed our lives.
Mentions in this Episode:
Hellier Review – Week in Weird
Traveling Museum of the Paranormal and Occult
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