The ability to communicate with the other side is something that we as humans have sought after since the very beginning of time. The shamans of the ancients, the mediums of old, and even today with the incredibly rapid growth within the ITC realm, communication with the other side has been a long and elusive quest. There are plenty of instances of what appears to be incredible pieces of evidence, however, there is always that…thing…that does not quite give it the validity from the general public, let alone anyone within the scientific community, that it so deserves. This week on The Malliard Report Jim welcomes Stéphane Allix to the show, who just so happens to be one of those fighting to prove the validity of the talking with the dead.
Stéphane Allix has always had a knack for digging into difficult and challenging things. Early on in his journalistic career, he found himself in the heat of battle in 1980s Afghanistan as a war reporter. He continued on this path for more than fifteen years, but eventually found his way out in 2001. With his fascination with the unusual (he holds a very strong belief that intelligent extraterrestrial life does exist somewhere in the cosmos) and his acuteness for journalism, Stéphane would go on to form INREES (Institute for Research on Extraordinary Experiences), host and write the French Television show Extraordinary Investigations, and author several books including The Test: Incredible Proof of the Afterlife.
Stéphane comes with a fantastic background into the field and has yielded some absolutely astonishing results. You can find his book The Test: Incredible Proof of the Afterlife on major online retailers and follow him on multiple social media outlets. (Instagram @alix.stephane Facebook Stephane Allix Official). Don’t forget to head over to malliard.com for all the latest in show news, newsletter signup, and so much more. You can reach out to the report via Twitter @Malliard. And of course do not forget our fantastic sponsor veriteesapparel.com for all of your conspiracy themed t-shirt needs.