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Don’t Mock The Dybbuk Box with Jason Haxton

Ghost Magnet with Bridget Marquardt

Today’s guest is Jason Haxton.  Jason is the former Dibbuk Box owner and is the  Director of the Museum of Osteopathic Medicine in Kirksville, Missouri. He has studied American antiques and ancient artifacts for the past 26 years, collected and researched Mayan pottery for his thesis in the humanities, and has lectured on art history, paranormal & ancient art for 6 years at a mid-size liberal arts university. After he bought the dybbuk box, he launched a website that consolidated claims about the cabinet called "dibbukbox.com" that reportedly received hundreds of thousands of hits and created what has been described as an "internet legend". In 2004, Haxton sold the rights to the story to a Hollywood production company. The subsequent film The Possession, produced by Sam Raimi, was released in 2012. In 2011, he wrote a book about his experiences called the Dybbuk box and Haxton later gave the cabinet to Ghost Adventures star Zak Bagans to display in his museum. In 2018, rapper Post Malone claimed a string of bad luck was caused by his contact with the cabinet. So, How and why did Jason acquire the dybbuk box? What happened to him while he had it? What does he have to say to those who call it a hoax?  Does he have any other haunted artifacts? All this and a brand new Ghost Report from Lisa Morton on this week's episode of Ghost Magnet! #Dybbuk #JasonHaxton #ThePossession #SamRaimi

1hr 7mins

3 May 2021

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Episode 41: Jason Haxton M.A., DO (h.c.) Director of the Museum of Osteopathic Medicine

D.O. or Do Not: The Osteopathic Physician's Journey for Premed & Medical Students

Welcome to the first episode in our series highlighting physicians for  Osteopathic Awareness Month. T oday we interview Jason Haxton, who has been awarded an "honorary D.O." because of his role as the director of the museum of osteopathic medicine in Kirksville, MO. for the past 20 years.  Today he will share with us some of the fascinating history of osteopathy.The collections of the Museum of Osteopathic Medicine include more than 80,000 objects, photographs, documents, and books dating from the early 1800s to the present (focused mainly on 1870–1940). The core of the collection consists of artifacts from the founder of osteopathy, A. T. Still's professional and private life, most of them donated by Dr. Still's daughter and members of her family.Since the founding of the Museum in 1934, other family members, DOs, and Museum supporters have donated many additional artifacts that reflect the ongoing history of the osteopathic profession. The research collections of the International Center for Osteopathic History (ICOH) also include many former holdings of the A.T. Still Memorial Library, for which the Museum assumed responsibility in 1997.  Of note, when we interviewed Dr. Darnita Anderson Hill last month, author of Blacks in Osteopathic Medicine, An idea whos time has comes, she found the resources of the museum invaluable to her writings.  We hope you enjoy this episode.

35mins

6 Apr 2021

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Where The Scary Things Are Episode 8: THE DYBBUK BOX with Special Guest Jason Haxton

Where The Scary Things Are

In this Episode Muse and MonsterMash Ken interview Jason Haxton. Author of The Dybbuk Box. Jason was one of the few to have possession of the ACTUAL DYBBUK BOX. Truly terrifying story that he tells us. We also review the movie The Possession. Muse gives her Sinster 6 most cursed items. Promote Horror's 666 news run down and Creature Feature of the Week with Chris Zisi: Flesh Feast. Join the conversation and leave us a voicemail at (732)786-3354Support the show (https://linktr.ee/WTSTA666)

1hr 38mins

19 Aug 2019

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The Dibbuk Box Interview with Jason Haxton

The Ænigma Project

Hey Everyone and welcome. This is an interview that I did several years ago with Jason Haxton the care-taker of the Dibbuk Box (this box is what the movie The Possession is based on). Jason discusses how he came to be the care-taker of the box, what sorts of paranormal events he has witnessed from it, and why he believes it was created. This was an amazing interview with a LOT of insight and knowledge into the phenomenon. Check it out. You can find out more about the Dibbuk Box and Jason Haxton at www.dibbukbox.com. Paranormal Witness also did an episode on the box based on Jason's book. This is a truly amazing topic.

57mins

28 Apr 2019

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March 8/19 - The Dibbuk Box with Jason Haxton

Spaced Out Radio

One of the most haunted items in the world is discussed, as guest Jason Haxton joins us to discuss the Dibbuk Box. This is a 100 year old wine box said to be cursed by a malicious spirit that is unleashed when opened. Is it that troublesome? Come find out!

2hr 54mins

9 Mar 2019

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Oct 30 The Dibbuk Box and Jason Haxton – Halloween Special

Shadow Nation

Return with us now to the most paranormal radio interview and investigation Shaun and Nathan ever encountered when author Jason Haxton, owner of the Dibbuk Box, returns to the Shadow Nation! -Download Here-  

1hr 52mins

4 Nov 2016

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Paranormal Underground Radio: Jason Haxton - Author of The Dibbuk Box

Paranormal Underground Radio

Visit us at www.paranormalunderground.net to read ParanormalUnderground magazine! In this episode of Paranormal Underground Radio, we talkwith Jason Haxton, author of the book The Dibbuk Box and current owner of theinfamous Dibbuk Box. Jason is also the museum director at A.T. StillUniversity. About The Dibbuk Box Book: A darksecret slowly unravels when a wine cabinet sells at an estate sale in Oregon.It is soon sold and resold on eBay’s Internet auction, and each new ownerbecomes desperate to get rid of the box along with the health problems,accidents, or death they claim came with it. The curator of a medical museum ina small Missouri town learns of the mysterious cabinet and is intrigued by itas an artifact to be studied and researched. Jason Haxton places a bid on eBayand he, too, wins and soon finds himself the proud owner of the dibbuk box. Butas he carefully investigates and records everything he can about this unusualitem said to be possessed by a Jewish spirit, he discovers far more than hebargained for. In this true account, a dark past comes to light, a past thatbegan at the time of the Holocaust and seems to have come full circle.. Air Date: February 5, 2015 Topic: Dibbuk Box, The Possession Movie, Paranormal Activity Guest: Jason Haxton Hosts: Karen Frazier and Chuck Gotski Producer: Cheryl Knight

1hr 56mins

5 Feb 2015

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Sep. 7th with Jason Haxton and the Dybbuk Box

Shadow Nation

Shaun and Nathan face the Dybbuk curse when the interview author and owner of the Dybbuk Box Jason Haxton. Jason tells us how he got the box, what has happened since he became the owner and why he keeps it. Follow up – at the end of the interview Nathan and Shaun wrap up so Nathan […]

1hr 28mins

10 Sep 2014

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The Dibbuk Box-Interview with Jason Haxton

The SEPS Paranormal Podcast

Hey Everyone and welcome to the latest SEPS Paranormal Podcast.  On this eipisode I interview Jason Haxton the care-taker of the Dibbuk Box (this box is what the movie The Possession is based on).  Jason discusses how he came to be the care-taker of the box, what sorts of paranormal events he has witnessed from it, and why he believes it was created.  This was an amazing interview with a LOT of insight and knowledge into the phenomenon.  Check it out. You can find out more about the Dibbuk Box and Jason Haxton at www.dibbukbox.com.  Paranormal Witness also did an episode on the box based on Jason's book.  This is a truly amazing topic. Paul www.sepsparanormal.org

57mins

11 Jul 2013

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The Dibbuk Box - With Jason Haxton

Paranormal Mondays

An interview with Jason Haxton author of The Dibbuk Box.

49mins

11 Dec 2012

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