On episode 47, Tom and Jenny are returning to their fun recaps of “A Haunting” episodes, and this time around, they’re discussing one of the more unusual ones: “Hungry Ghosts,” which was the fifth episode of season two. The wealthy Bishop family move to a company-owned mansion in Taiwan after dad Dennis is given a promotion, but almost from the moment they set foot in the place, creepy things are afoot. Leaky walls, big-ass spiders, footsteps, voices, doors opening by themselves…it’s enough to make mom Candace summon a Taoist priest to rid the gigantic, window-heavy showplace of its pesky spirits. Don’t forget to pack up a picnic basket of fruit, incense, and cash to leave on the front lawn for the unquiet ghosts before tuning in for the latest haunting episode of 13 O’Clock.
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A few posts back I gave some links to some radio shows and podcasts I’d been on recently, and just as I promised, right here is part two of the interview I did on Where Did the Road Go with Seriah Azkath. There will also be a part three up soon, plus an extra interview with me was recorded for their Patreon supporters, so go support the show and get some extra content from yours truly. Thank you, and keep it creepy. 🙂
For those of you out there who simply can’t get enough of me talking about poltergeists and generally making a nuisance of myself, here I am talking about my latest book The Unseen Hand on the Conspirinormal Podcast with Adam Sayne, here I am on Me & Paranormal You with Ryan Singer, and here I am discussing the same book on Where Did the Road Go? with Seriah Azkath. Keep in mind that I also recorded a part two and three for the Where Did the Road Go show, plus some extra stuff for their Patreon listeners, so if you’re so inclined, you will be able to listen to me talk until the heat death of the universe. Enjoy!
Just recently, I was a guest on the wonderful podcast Real Paranormal Activity with Aaron Hunter, discussing my new book The Unseen Hand among many, many other topics. Have a listen right here, if you would. Thanks! 🙂
Yep, I’ve been making the rounds of the paranormal podcasts again, promoting my new book The Unseen Hand. In case you missed it, click here to listen to me on End of Days Radio and right here to listen to me on Beyond the Darkness. I’m also going to be on the Jim Harold show in the very near future, and I will post a link when the show goes up. Happy listening!
Yes, paranormal people, you will be able to listen to me live on the End of Days radio show with host Michael Decon, tonight (April 15th) at 11pm EST. I will be discussing my newest book, The Unseen Hand: A New Exploration of Poltergeist Phenomena, among many other things, so be sure to tune in!
Heads up, poltergeist pals! My latest tome, The Unseen Hand: A New Exploration of Poltergeist Phenomena, is now available from Amazon in print, ebook, AND audio book formats! It’s an exhaustive compendium of over one hundred recorded poltergeist cases throughout history and across the globe, summarized and analyzed for your spooky reading pleasure. Please obtain a copy tout suite, and if you’d be so kind as to write a review if you like it, I would be most appreciative. If you’re still not convinced, read the blurb below the cover art and then just tell me you don’t want to read it. YOU WANT TO READ IT.
Rapping on the walls. Mysterious rains of stones. Furniture moving around by itself. Phantom voices. Unexplained fires. Invisible assaults. The symptoms of poltergeist activity are well known, but what is a poltergeist, really? Is it some type of demon, or an angry spirit whose only mission is to cause mischief and destruction? Is it the unconscious energy of a troubled living person, somehow affecting the environment from a distance? Or could it all be simply fraud or misidentification? In this comprehensive book, well over one hundred cases of poltergeist activity, from the first century to the present day, are summarized and examined. All the best-known cases are presented, from Borley Rectory to the Bell Witch, from the Great Amherst Mystery to Gef the Talking Mongoose, from Rosenheim to Tina Resch, from Enfield to the Entity. A large selection of fascinating and lesser-known accounts from all over the world are also included, and all contain testimony of the most eerie and extraordinary events. In addition, the book contains in-depth discussions of distinct patterns, stages, and theorized causes of poltergeist phenomena, drawing from some of the best research in parapsychology, neuroscience, and quantum mechanics, as well as a skeptical perspective to provide a grounded overview. The Unseen Hand is the ultimate, one-stop shop for readers interested in poltergeist disturbances throughout history and the theories behind what causes them.