Well, here on the outskirts of Orlando we were largely spared the worst of Hurricane Matthew (other than a power outage), but we’re all back to normal at the Hellfire household, which means it’s time once again for the hard sell. My first paranormal book, The Mammoth Mountain Poltergeist, written with the God of Hellfire and poltergeist experiencer himself, is now available as an audio book! Buy it right here, or, for a limited time, promise to write a review and I will message you a FREE download code for Audible.com. Sound like a deal? GET ON THIS SHIT. Oh, and by the way, if you’d like to hear a little supplemental chat about the case, the GoH and I featured it as the last episode of our 13 O’Clock Podcast. Enjoy.
Again, I am offering a FREE gift for only a small investment of your time, my minions. I have a limited number of FREE download codes for the new audio book of House of Fire and Whispers: Investigating the Seattle Demon House. I will give you one if you promise to write a review of it for Audible/Amazon. Sounds too good to be true, doesn’t it? I assure you that it IS true. If you would like a download code and promise to write a review, please message me here or at firstname.lastname@example.org for your code and instructions on how to use it.
By the way, I still have a couple of codes left for the audio book of The Rochdale Poltergeist as well, so let me know which one you want (or you can have both, if you’re into that and are feeling frisky enough to write two reviews). Same deal as above.
Thank you, and Goddess out.
I know I’ve been teasing this for a while, but it’s finally here! My newest book with Steve Mera, House of Fire and Whispers, about the infamous “Demons In Seattle” case, is now available in audio book form! Narrated by ME! Purchase it from Audible! And hey, just as before, if you don’t have an account with Audible yet, and you sign up for a free account and buy my book first, then I get a nice little bonus. So, again, it would be great if you did that. But even if you don’t, please buy, listen, enjoy, then please review on Amazon, if you wouldn’t mind. Reviews really do help. 🙂
And don’t forget, The Rochdale Poltergeist is also available in audio book, and I also still have a few free download codes that I can give to anyone who promises to review it on Amazon. Shoot me a message on here or at email@example.com if you want a free review copy, and I will get you taken care of. Thanks for all the support, paranormal pals!
Okay, listen up, people. I have a very limited number of FREE download codes for the new audiobook version of The Rochdale Poltergeist. I will give you one, but ONLY if you promise to review it for me on Amazon. Deal? If you want a code, message me for the code and instructions on how to use it. YOU HAVE TO WRITE A REVIEW, THOUGH. Thank you!
The Rochdale Poltergeist is now available as an audiobook (narrated by yours truly) for the paltry sum of $6.95! Get it from Audible.com! It will also be available on Amazon and iTunes in a couple of days. House of Fire and Whispers and The Mammoth Mountain Poltergeist audiobooks are coming very soon!
Oh, also…if you sign up for Audible.com and download my book as your first purchase, I get a bonus! So, y’know, it would be cool if you did that. No pressure, though. But seriously, DO IT. Thank you.
On the third episode of the 13 O’Clock Podcast, Jenny and Tom explore some of the stranger outposts of human memory. First, they discuss the so-called Mandela Effect, whereby many people seemingly remember certain historical facts “incorrectly.” Is the past changing in subtle ways? Are some people overlapping from alternating timescales? Is there a glitch in the Matrix? Or is human memory simply faulty and fallible in various predictable ways?
In the second segment, they delve into the eerie case of the Pollock Twins, sometimes put forth as solid evidence for reincarnation. Were these famed girls really the reborn iteration of their dead sisters?
In between, Tom and Jenny also digress into a few of their own amusing childhood memories, involving Evel Knievel, child drunkenness, and the possibility of being one’s own grandpa.
Download the audio file from iProject Radio here, or watch the YouTube version here. Also, don’t forget to follow the 13 O’Clock Podcast blog, subscribe to our YouTube channel, like us on Facebook, and follow us on Twitter.
Happy Wednesday, paranormal pals! If you listen right here, there is an interview with me on Jim Harold’s Paranormal Podcast, on which I discuss my latest book that I wrote with Steve Mera, House of Fire and Whispers: Investigating the Seattle Demon House. Please listen, share, and buy the book! Thank you, and keep it creepy, my friends.