Posted Thursday, February 23, 2023
By Squatchable.com staff
Are you ready for a spooky and mysterious report? This one's for you. Recently, we stumbled upon a podcast that caught our attention. The video, entitled "Death in the Smokies Paranormal Rangers," is from the Creep Geeks podcast, hosted by Greg and Homie.
The podcast episode starts with a new intro that the hosts have chosen for the seventh season of their show. They then move on to talk about their experiences with the paranormal, UFOs, Bigfoot, and cryptids. In this episode, they discuss the Paranormal Rangers, a group of Navajo Rangers who investigate paranormal and supernatural phenomena. They also touch on their own experiences and encounters in New Mexico, a state known for its strange occurrences.
The Paranormal Rangers have recently resurfaced on Netflix's "Unsolved Mysteries" series, and the hosts discuss the criticism that the show has received for focusing on a narrow cultural niche. However, they argue that many people are familiar with the Paranormal Rangers and the other supernatural phenomena that they investigate. The hosts even had the chance to meet the Paranormal Rangers at the New Mexico Paranormal UFO Forum and chat with them after their presentation.
The Paranormal Rangers are not your average ghost hunters. As Navajo Rangers recognized by the federal government, they have a set of criteria to meet, including training in Georgia, to handle everything from protection to biological threats. They also have a no-touching rule, which one of the hosts tried to break during their conversation.
The podcast offers a fascinating insight into the world of paranormal investigation and the strange occurrences that can happen in the wilderness. As always, we encourage our community to keep an open mind and continue exploring the mysteries of the world around us.
So, Bigfoot enthusiasts, witnesses, and researchers, what do you think of this possible paranormal encounter? Let us know in the comments. And if you have any other mysterious videos or encounters to share, feel free to reach out to us at any time. Keep searching, and happy hunting!