Strange Transmissions is an independent podcast documenting stories of ghosts, spirits, energy, the metaphysical world, paranormal activity, and other phenomena that are all around us, whether we choose to acknowledge them or not.
We produce these stories in our free time, after our day jobs, pulling pennies from our piggy banks because we think it's about time we start talking about the strangeness of things.
Curiosities or stories to share? Send us a transmission.
I edit sound, collect sound effects, and write and record the music for Strange Transmissions. I grew up surrounded by the unexplained and have spent a lot of time trying to figure it all out, so I want to give people a place to talk about things we don’t understand.
I don’t believe in much. They send me to haunted houses, energy healing sessions, shamanic meditations, and other strange places to see if I change my mind. Even though I approach most things as a skeptic, I like new adventures and hearing people’s stories.
Kelsey Lynn Lundberg
Director of Getting Things Done
I find people to talk to and listen to a lot of audio. I also put our butts to the bull's horns to keep things moving. Ultimately, I believe giving people a place to share their meaningful, weird experiences is important.
Suzanne is an energy practitioner and healer who specializes in balancing energy in people, animals, homes, buildings, and the land. Growing up as the daughter of a mortician, she accepted death and dying as a normal part of life at a young age. Her openness and acceptance attracted a lot of strange happenings, which naturally progressed into a career helping people understand their experiences.
Phoebe is a gifted medium who channels ghost and spirit energy. She’s been seeing auras ever since she was a little girl, and has continued to nurture her intuitive skills working closely with her mom, Suzanne. When she’s not communicating with dead people, she spends her time studying near Lake Superior, caring for guinea pigs, and sleeping at the cabin. Hear Phoebe explain more about what she does.