Ghost Stories with Greg Williams and Brian Marren of Arcadia Cognerati
Is it possible for us to even see a ghost?
Ever work in your office late at night? No one else is there, it's quiet and suddenly there is an unexplained noise. You mind races to think of all of the horrible things that could be lurking in the dark. That's our brain's way of helping us survive, believe it or not.
Greg Williams and Brian Marren from Arcadia Cognerati share with us how the human brain works to keep us safe even though we are spooked. They also tackle the question if it's even possible to see a ghost in the first place.
Greg Williams is a decorated urban law enforcement professional and a decorated, military veteran with over 30 years of combined experience and expertise. Among many, many things, Greg was the architect of the world-renowned US Marine Corps’ Combat Hunter program.
If you’re familiar with the term staying “left of bang” then you know Greg’s work. General James Mattis referred to Greg as a National Treasure. Click here for more on Greg Williams.
Brian Marren is a decorated Marine, High Threat Protection security professional, and Subject Matter Expert on Human Behavior Pattern Recognition & Analysis. He has spent the last seventeen years conducting both real-world and training operations all over the United States, the Middle East, and both Central and East Asia.
While in the Marine Corps, Brian served as a Marine Scout/Sniper with multiple combat deployments. Brian holds a Masters of Science in Applied Psychology from the University of Southern California and a Bachelors of Science in Political Science from Arizona State University. Click here for more on Brian Marren.
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