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Taken from first-person accounts and historical documents, this book chronicles more than 300 examples of alien encounters, conspiracy theories, and the influence of extraterrestrials on human events throughout history. Investigating claims of visits from otherworldly creatures, aliens living among us, abductions of humans to alien spacecraft, and accounts of interstellar cooperation since the UFO crash in Roswell, this discussion of the theories and mysteries surrounding aliens is packed with thought-provoking stories and shocking revelations of alien involvement in the lives of Earthling
Hearing voices? P.J. has witnessed a horrific accident and has subsequently retreated into himself in apparent shock. He barely talks or interacts; in fact, P.J. barely knows who he is. He continually hears voices and doesn’t know whether he is losing his mind, or if he ought to just “listen” to them and follow through on what they seem to be asking of him. P.J. is ultimately hospitalized and there the resident doctor tries a number of ways to get through to him, even asking P.J.’s bitter ex-girlfriend to help. At the same time, the doctor is also struggling with his own personal “demons” and challenges from an out of touch superior who wants to see P.J. permanently institutionalized.
This is the plot of actor/producer Howard Nash’s latest film, “PJ, "Journey of the Heart"” http://www.pjthemovie.com. Haunted America Tours recently spoke with Nash about his work in the film and about the film’s - as he described it - “subtly paranormal” plot.
The P.J. Footage + Trailer. Directed by Russ Emanuel (in his feature film directorial debut) and starring John Heard (Cutter's Way, Home Alone), Howard Nash (Children of the Night), Vincent Pastore (The Sopranos), Patricia Rae (Maria Full of Grace), Robert Picardo (Wonder Years, Star Trek: Voyager), Hallie Kate Eisenberg (Bicentennial Man, Pepsi Commercials), Glynnis O'Connor (The Boy in the Plastic Bubble), Eddie Malavarca (Oz). A PJ Pictures LLC film. DVD is available at Amazon, Netflix, Blockbuster online.
“Spiritual, might be more accurate,” said Nash, on the phone from New York City, “because it is really not a ghost story.” At least, he continued, “not the usual kind.”
The journey of P.J. (portrayed by Nash) is a kind of “everyman” journey through intensely personal changes. These changes, life altering in every regard, cannot help but alter anyone who must experience them, and this is certainly the case with P.J. whose challenges are the direct result of his shock at witnessing so intimately an episode of human tragedy in the car accident. His shock at this event is the catalyst for everything else that happens to – and around him – in the remainder of the film.
From an occult perspective, there are many instances where individuals find themselves continuously experiencing interaction with the world of the unseen. Many of these encounters seem to have no rhyme or reason, i.e. they are not personalized and have a random quality about them. It has long been thought that these kinds of “haunted people” are extremely sensitive to the spirit world that exists adjacent to our own reality and that they go through life almost constantly encountering spiritual interactions – most harmless, others frightening, some needful or purposeful. Nash agreed that this phenomenon accurately reflects the challenge P.J. faces.
“Up to the point where he witnesses the accident, P.J. feels as if he has no purpose in life,” Nash explained. “For someone in that condition, experiencing something of an unexplainable of paranormal nature can often be the last straw, the thing that pushes that person over the edge. In some instances, encounters with a paranormal (unexplainable) presence can be encouraging.” It can put the person on the path to discovery.
"Howard Nash and John Heard prepare for a scene"
When P.J. is finally hospitalized for what is apparently a mental illness, he is fortunate to come under the care of a compassionate and understanding doctor, played in the film by actor John Heard. Although initially Heard’s character is inclined to go along with everyone else’s assessment of P.J., that he is mentally ill and possibly a candidate for permanent committal, something in his patient causes him to look with less callous eyes. His perspective thus altered, the doctor begins to experience a catalyst in his own life where he is struggling with his own issues of remorse, regret, and disillusionment. Soon P.J. finds himself at the center of a crucible of change as his condition begins to affect everyone around him, touching each life in a unique way.
In addition to Nash and Heard, “P.J.” also stars Vincent Pastore (The Sopranos), child star Hallie Kate Eisenberg (How To Eat Fried Worms), and Robert Picardo (Stargate Atlantis, Smallville) who plays John Heard’s doubting, cynical supervisor.
Nash also spoke excitedly about his upcoming project, a Sci-Fi epic entitled “The Legend of Nethiah.”
“It’s a really excellent film,” he said, “and the visuals are superb.”
“The Legend of Nethiah” tells the story of a young boy Jared Young whose parents are going through a bitter divorce and who receives hope and encouragement through the powerful stories of his grandfather (Picardo, again). The stories take the boy on an incredible inner journey and from them – and his relationship with his grandfather – he is able to draw strength to face the inevitable challenges which lie ahead.
Written by screenwriter Emilio Iasiello, Nash describes the story as “extraordinary” and the film, “visually stunning.” It will have certain appeal with the sci-fi/fantasy crowd as well as anyone who enjoys “a good story.”
“The Legends of Nethiah” is currently in post-production and is slated for release in 2011.
On a personal level, Haunted America Tours noted with enthusiasm that, although a New York native, Nash is Romanian by birth and traces his roots to the Varod region of Romania, otherwise known as Transylvania. When asked about his interest in the paranormal, Nash confirmed that it is “very strong” and that the idea of paranormal film-making is something that greatly appeals to him. Currently, he said, he is very impressed with the much-lauded film “Paranormal Activity” and especially liked the “raw, back-to-basics look and execution of the film.”
Nash agreed with the suggestion that, like “The Blair Witch Project” before it, “Paranormal Activity” may be just the “re-set” button needed to send the field of paranormal film and documentation in an entirely new direction. “What we see on TV and in most films has been way overdone,” he agreed. “It’s time to get back to basic film-making,” and accuracy should replace celebrity.
“The paranormal, ghosts and hauntings – it’s definitely a direction I would like to go in,” Nash confirmed. He already contributed to the genre with 1991’s vampire tale “Children of the Night,” and we at Haunted America Tours hope he will respond to the call of the unexplained in many upcoming projects.
Howard Nash is a film-maker and actor of definite vision and plans and is definitely a man to watch in the field of paranormal film!
P.J. (Howard Nash), has witnessed a horrific accident and subsequently retreats within himself. He barely talks, and doesn't even know who he is. He is brought to a hospital where the resident doctor (John Heard) tries to get through to him with the help of his assistant (Vincent Pastore) and P.J.'s bitter ex-girlfriend (Patricia Rae). All the while, the doctor is fighting his own life's demons and an out-of-touch supervisor (Robert Picardo) who wants P.J. permanently committed. Relevant questions of God and faith are tackled in this dramatic, yet inspiring film based on Mark McQuown's award-winning play.
Traumatized and suffering from amnesia after witnessing a terrible accident, a man who calls himself P.J. (Howard Nash) is admitted to a hospital, where psychiatrist Alan Shearson tries to get him on the path to recovery. But Dr. Shearson's boss wants to hand over the patient to the state mental ward, and the man's bitter ex-girlfriend is reluctant to help. Relevant questions of God and faith are tackled in this dramatic yet inspiring film.
Peter Aykroyd spent his childhood watching his family’s parlor séances through the crack of a basement door. Here, for the first time, Aykroyd tells the strange and delightful story that inspired his son, Dan, to make the mega-hit, Ghostbusters. Part history, part family legend, A History of Ghosts starts in 1848 in upstate New York, where the spiritualist craze first began. Aykroyd introduces the reader to notable mediums while telling the story of the development of spiritualism, interweaving a personal history marked by a fascination with ghosts and spirits with the larger narrative about the role the paranormal has played in our culture. Such legendary figures as Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Harry Houdini appear and vanish.
Everyone loves a good ghost story. Successful TV shows such as Medium and Ghost Hunters are proof that our national obsession with ghosts is here to stay. Millions of Americans believe in the paranormal—and even skeptics have heard a bump in the night and suspected it might be something supernatural.
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